In this infographic from Best Accounting Degrees, discover 10 entrepreneurs that went big and call nothing but the Valley home. Veterans and newbies alike rock the worlds of tech, social media, and business.
Can a Marvel superhero have a real-life counterpart? What do Tony Stark and Elon Musk have in common? This fun infographic by VCARS compares the two entrepreneurs.
This infographic from Tech-FAQ takes a look at some world-famous dropouts who have contributed to the development of modern technologies. People like Thomas Edison, one of the most prolific inventors who created the light bulb, motion pictures, and other devices. Or the Wright Brothers, who are known as the Fathers of Flight, creating the first airplane. These and others who did not have formal education are all featured below.
When we hear the word “entrepreneur,” we tend to conjure up images of tech magnates or other computer-based startup business owners. However, the process of small business ownership goes back much farther, with roots stemming as far back as the Middle Ages. To see how the field of entrepreneurship has changed throughout history – as well as what the startup culture might look like for future generations of enterprising business owners – check out the following infographic from Homestead
There are not many startups that made it to a billion dollar valuation, but here are the few that did make it. In the infographic below, Staff.com has included a quick look at companies that started in 2004 and onwards (the year when Facebook was founded).
Who doesn’t love the internet? However, if it weren’t for savvy entrepreneurs we wouldn’t have some of our beloved websites. This infographic presented by BestFinanceSchools highlights the five biggest internet entrepreneurs of 2012. Check it out below to learn more.
Being a solo entrepreneur has its challenges. When Batman decided to “go solo” and start his own crime fighting business, he knew he needed the right gear to get the job done. The infographic below by UniTel Voice covers some of the must-have business weapons every super solopreneur needs in their arsenal. And the good news is you don’t need to be a billionaire like Bruce Wayne to utilize these powerful small business tools.
America is known as the most powerful country in the world. While America has many large corporations and successful businesses, is American entrepreneurship still thriving? This infographic by Trinity Digital Marketing tells us just how American entrepreneurship has been performing over the last 30 years.
This infographic clearly shows how many business SMEs are optimistic about the future of their businesses in the next 12 months. SMEs from the UK, US, France, Germany, Spain, and the Netherlands gave answers that underline the financial health of each individual country. As a whole, 48% of SMEs were positive about the coming year. Just over a quarter – 27% – were pessimistic.
What is the state of entrepreneurship these days? There seems to be a lot of confusion regarding how people are starting their own businesses and if these new ventures are surviving. With all the inflated and often contradictory information going around, The Frugal Entrepreneur has decided to do some research in order to get a true snap shot of entrepreneurial activity today.
Successful entrepreneurs may be a rarity, but most successful entrepreneurs do share a few common characteristics with each other. If you’re worried that you don’t have all of these on the list yourself, that’s OK, many, if not all can be learned as you grow as a business person. So you want to be a successful entrepreneur? Review the following infographic and be on your way to your creating your own fortunes.