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How Women Leaders Can Bounce Back from Covid-19
While both men and women may be struggling to balance work and family commitments during the unique challenges posed by the Covid-19 environment, the bulk of childcare and eldercare has tended to Read More...
Women: Regain Your Professional Footing
While both men and women may be struggling to balance work and family commitments during the unique challenges posed by the Covid-19 environment, the bulk of childcare and eldercare has tended to Read More...
Starting a Company When You Have a Day Job
You're gainfully employed with a steady paycheck, but you have a great idea for your own company. Should you quit your job to launch your venture? In this interview with EIX, "Third Shift Read More...
Students Need Entrepreneurship Courses Now More Than Ever
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is an updated version of an article that we first published in 2017. The author has updated it because it is especially relevant for the post-Covid-19 workforce.  Today’s Read More...
Category: Commentary
Making Entrepreneurial Decisions in an Age of Disruption
Entrepreneurs are accustomed to making decisions amid uncertainty. But sometimes that uncertainty can be compounded by prolonged, disruptive changes in the business environment. In this blog post I Read More...
Category: Commentary
Will Older Small Business Owners Finally Get the Pandemic Help They Need?
This article is part of America’s Entrepreneurs , a Next Avenue initiative made possible by the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation and EIX, the Entrepreneur and Innovation Exchange . While the Read More...
Category: Features
To Turn Your Art Into a Business, Learn to Manage Your Time
David Deeds is a professor in the Department of Entrepreneurship, the Schulze Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship and research director of the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship at the University of Read More...
Category: Features
Women Can Cultivate a Leadership Presence
Women are honing their business and technical skills in preparation for leadership, but many of them still struggle with how they communicate and present themselves. Despite their know-how they still Read More...
Why Many People Really Start Businesses in Retirement
This article is part of America’s Entrepreneurs , a Next Avenue initiative made possible by the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation and EIX, the Entrepreneur and Innovation Exchange.   Why Read More...
Category: Features
My Life as a Globe-Trotting Solo Entrepreneur
Entrepreneurship comes in different forms, and the experience of being a solo entrepreneur - or a “company of one” - is a form that’s attracting a great deal of interest today. In this Q&A Read More...

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