Like a Salon des Réfusés for Kickstarter, Selfstarter has provided the web tools needed to run your own crowdfunding campaign. Useful for those of us in Canada who still have no Kickstarter access. Selfstarter.
Category Archives: Entrepreneurship
http://www.indianpad.com/pics/616427/height-of-determination/ This guy is handier than I am, without having any hands at all. *shamed*
http://www.score.org/ An American entrepreneurial mentorship service, which matches new business owners to retired business owners for advice-giving and idea-bouncing-off-of-ing. So far as I can tell, there’s no such system in Canada. *jealous*
http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/profitcompleteseries.php Profit got the ax in America after merely four episodes as part of Fox’s mid-season replacement line up on Sunday nights in the spring of 1996. The show was a dark, noirish thriller about a psychopath working his way up through the ranks of a major corporation. It was a wildly ingenious mix of […]
http://disney.go.com/hotshot/hsb3/bizkit/index.html Wow, that was fun! Marketing, supply and demand, competition and product selection, done up in a very cute cartoon. A Disney-supported entrepreneurial game for kids, complete with (admittedly thin) bonuses upon completion, such as business card templates and classroom kits. Neat idea.
http://evhead.com/2005/11/ten-rules-for-web-startups.asp Some “rules” (along with a warning that one should be wary of rules) that should be read by any entrepreneur. Less hard-and-fast advice than mindset shifters; ideal for interpretation with one’s own endeavours.