Top 10 Internet Sites for Entrepreneurs
With so many options these days, the internet seems to be overwhelming when you want to get solid information relevant to your field. With Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and more, finding helpful information directly relating to your industry can become difficult.
Over the next few months, we will be posting a series of Top Ten places to look online for help finding inspiration and solid news for leaders, nonprofits, small business, and entrepreneurs.
Top Ten Internet Sites for Entrepreneurs
1. Entrepreneur Magazine
Advice, insight, profiles and guides for established and aspiring entrepreneurs worldwide. Home of Entrepreneur magazine.
2. Harvard Business Review
Harvard Business Review brings its readers original research and firsthand perspectives from leading business thinkers around the world.
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4. Alltop: Entrepreneurship
Alltop presents all the top stories from Entrepreneurship websites. Think of Alltop as an online magazine rack.
5. The Business Journals
The Business Journals‘ sites feature local business and industry news from 43 different markets. They even have special publications for women in business (http://www.bizjournals.com/bizwomen) and new businesses (http://www.bizjournals.com/beginners).
6. Start Up Podcast
The show follows Alex Blumberg, a 15-year veteran of This American Life and NPR’s Planet Money, as he builds a small business. Despite having no entrepreneurship experience, he’s able to teach about securing partnerships, finding a name, wooing investors, and so much more.
7. Forbes: Entrepreneurs
Readers can find a broader spectrum of business, top headlines, and start up coverage for entrepreneurs from one of the leaders in corporate news.
8. Lynda.com: Business
Lynda.com gives the entrepreneur workforce the latest high-quality training in software, creative and business skills on-demand. You can also learn helpful skills for Adobe products, video, and more to help a bootstrapping company thrive.
9: TED for Business
A collection of TED Talks (and more) on the topic of business and you can also find specialty topics on TED for presentations, body language, confidence boosting, creativity and more. All are very helpful for the budding business professional.
10. Small Business News | SmartBrief
A daily digest of news about small businesses. SmartBrief is a leading digital B2B media company. By combining technology and editorial expertise, SmartBrief delivers each day’s most relevant industry news to more than 5.8 million senior executives, thought leaders and informed industry professionals.
We know this list is not the end-all-be-all of nonprofit information. Therefore, we’d welcome what you are reading/searching/browsing/using for nonprofit information hubs as we develop this series. Please send us your suggestions here!
Jamie Rose is partner & COO of Momenta Creative. We nicknamed Jamie the “Fun Machine” at the office because of her infectious laugh and unending energy. Don’t let the sparkling personality fool you. Her sharp, plugged-in approach to communications is what landed her previous positions with companies like The New York Times and The Global Fund, and what makes her indispensable to our clients today.