A frequent question from potential investors is, “How much of your own money have you invested?” A question that kills many an entrepreneur who does not understand how to answer it.
A myriad of positive organizational effects, including strategic renewal, business revitalization, and new venture creation, have been attributed to intrapreneurship. If appropriately implemented, it is possible for intrepreneurship to help organizations gain a sustainable competitive advantage.
Is innovation just a convenient buzzword? Or, is it a paradigm-changing force that allows companies to compete on the global stage? The true answer might be a little bit of both.
Carl Schramm, President and CEO of the Kauffman Foundation, discusses his concept of expeditionary economics in this video interview.
This article culls the top 10 lessons for aspiring entrepreneurs, based on the author’s research and hands-on experience starting two companies.
What does it take to write a good business plan? What should entrepreneurs avoid? Should business plans be put on hold until the economy picks up?
An overview of owner-occupied, single-tenant commercial real estate, and practical advice on how to enter this potentially lucrative investment.
Ms. Hogan-Rowles discusses her work with the Community Financial Resource Center and providing economic tools to underserved communities.
2003 “Entrepreneur of the Year” Steve Bilt answers questions about being a young CEO, the dental industry, and forming strategic alliances.
Luis Villalobos, an angel investor, a former entrepreneur, and founder of the Tech Coast Angels, answers questions about how to attract an angel investor.
An investigation of how the Japanese economic system, which is beginning to show signs of revitalization, is changing to favor the emergence of female entrepreneurship.
Professor Chuck Morrissey interviews successful software entrepreneur Lacy Edwards about entrepreneurship and venture capital.
Small business owners can become “superior venture thinkers” by redirecting the focus of business finance to maximizing shareholder wealth.
George L. Graziadio, for whom the Graziadio School of Business and Management is named, passed away on June 6, 2002, after a battle with cancer.
Retired CEO of Trader Joe’s grew the store from $132 million to $2 billion in sales. He was voted the Master Entrepreneur of the Los Angeles Area in 1993.
“Buz” Knyal, President and CEO of Franchise Mortgage Acceptance Company, discusses entrepreneurship, leadership, ethics, and education.
Rigsby, President and CEO of Global Pacific Information Services, Inc., discusses breaking out of banking to start his own business.
GBR Editors discuss the importance of lifelong learning with George L. Graziadio, Chairman and Co-Founder of Imperial Bank and namesake of Pepperdine’s business school.