Reading online content is a great way for any start-up junkie or aspiring entrepreneur to keep up-to-date on business news, tips, and trends. Below you will discover 10 must-read digital platforms for anyone looking to start a company!
AllBusiness: This digital platforms for entrepreneurs contains a plethora of articles on topics from marketing to technology to human resources. With tips from business experts on how to start businesses, this resource is great for anyone looking to start a small company.
Entrepreneur magazine is for businesses owners, offering inspiration and information on marketing, management, technology, the latest trends and strategies. Their website carries news stories about entrepreneurship, small business management, and business.
Dutiee: A wonderful resource for social entrepreneurs, this website highlights posts about establishing non-profits and social brands, with an emphasis on ethical business products and practices!Write here...
Inc.: Inc. hosts a range business-related articles on everything any entrepreneur might need: learn strategies for developing your brand and improving leadership practices from listicles and how-to articles!
For Entrepreneurs: This website, named the #2 Website for Entrepreneurs by Forbes, was started by David Skok, who has a long history of establishing start-ups. Chock-full of advice for those looking to run small companies, these articles by Skok and his team answer questions you’ve always wanted to ask about starting a company, and provide detailed guides on trouble-shooting business models!
Junkie: This slang term originally refers to a drug-user. However, it has come to refer to anyone who is obsessed or deeply interested in a topic. For example, a “news junkie” is someone who loves reading the news.
Up-to-Date: Used to describe something (like a news resource, etc) that contains the latest and most recent information on a topic
Plethora: A large amount (of something)
Human Resources: Also known as “HR,” this term refers to the human workforce of a company. This term can additionally refer to the department of a company concerned with hiring, training the workforce of a business
Treasure-Trove: A term used to refer to a perhaps hidden collection of “treasures” (valuable or lovely things)
Social Entrepreneur: Someone who starts a business in an attempt to address social issues
Chock-Full: Refers to something that is filled/overflowing
(To) Trouble-Shoot: Refers to finding solutions to issues at organizations or companies
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Anna Deen is a student at Washington University in St. Louis studying English Literature, American Culture Studies, and Communication Design. In her free time, she enjoys hiking in the mountains, going to art museums, and eating ice cream.