The H-List Websites
It may be hard to try to stay on top of the latest news and information in the industry when it relates to starting up or sustaining your operation, so the Hub has compiled a list of websites relevant for the start-up or existing news venture.
Entrepreneur magazine has a robust section devoted to the start-up. The section has several helpful guides, a Q&A feature with entrepreneurs, stories about business owners and their start ups, videos, news and more.
Inc. magazine features a section for start-ups and for those running a business which include a variety of news articles, business tools, and how to’s ranging from how write a business plan to how to incorporate your business.
Harvard Business School Working Knowledge
The Harvard Business School is a resource for the news entrepreneur who is seeking to find out the latest innovations in leadership, strategic planning and the organization of a business. The HBS Working Knowledge website is unique because it features working papers and articles written by Harvard Business School faculty on topics related to business and entrepreneurship that have not yet hit the mainstream. Some articles are free to access other articles require a subscription.
Nieman Journalism Labs
A must-read website for the news entrepreneur, Nieman Journalism Labs tracks the most innovative journalism projects underway in the industry.
J-Lab is a helpful resource for the news start-up or existing news organization. The website features a variety of articles and learning modules and also gives awards/grants to news ventures.
This unique site features articles and advice for the entrepreneur who is under the age of 30.
The H-List Blogs
There are several bloggers out there who blog about venture capital, investing, entrepreneurialism, and starting up a business. It may be hard to choose which blogs to read. Here is a special selection from the H-List to add to your toolbox:
Stay tuned to a future blog post for another installment of resources from the H-List!