Entrepreneurship Made Easy
Startup Savant is TRUiC's startup destination simplifying entrepreneurship through founder interviews, tools, and guides.
Find the next startup to watch as well as the stories behind top brands and more in our Startup Center, a collection of everything you want to know about startups all in one place.
Get to know startups across a range of industries from greentech to AI and the stories behind the founders who launched them.
The Startup Savants Podcast
The Startup Savants podcast features a variety of insightful and empowering interviews with entrepreneurs who are currently making waves within their industries. Listen to the latest episode below!
Featured Podcast Episodes
Luís Valente, founder of digital health startup iLoF, joins the podcast to discuss smart money and how his startup is helping tackle Alzheimer's using health data.
Empower is a driver-first ride sharing platform that aims to decentralize rideshare, reduce ride costs, and make it easier for drivers to earn more.
Andrew Hoag, founder of Teampay, joins the podcast to talk about his journey from NASA to fintech founder and his several successful companies along the way.
Troy Bannister, co-founder of health tech startup Particle Health, joins the podcast to talk about his journey from EMT to founder and solving an industry-wide pain point.
Visit the Startup Savant YouTube Channel
Find real-world founder success stories, startup advice and tips, and startup highlights (broken down by industry) on the Startup Savant YouTube channel!
How to Start a Business in Your State
We built guides for starting a business in each state. Use the buttons below to bring your idea to life!
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- Washington D.C.
- West Virginia
Thinking about launching a company but not sure where to begin? Our guide on how to start a business walks you through everything you need to know to make your entrepreneurial goals come true.
Nonprofits are tax-exempt organizations that focus on furthering social causes rather than earning profits. In our guides, we show you how to form your own 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation in your state.
Also known as a trade name or assumed name, a DBA is a name that your business can operate under that isn’t its legal entity name. Our state-by-state guides can show you how to file a DBA for most types of business structures.
This LLC startup checklist will help you stay organized and get your business off the ground with ease.
Whether you’re starting a business or expanding an existing one, there are high-quality and affordable third-party services that can help to simplify the process.
We’ve researched and reviewed the best entrepreneurial services, including online business formation services, financial resources, business planning and branding tools, registered agent services, and more!
Forming an LLC or corporation? We’ve reviewed and ranked the best business formation services that will handle the paperwork and save you time and money.
Most states require a registered agent to accept legal documents on behalf of your business. Check out the best registered agent services to help your company stay compliant with the law.
Quickly learn about the 5 best business website builders in 2022 and see which one is right to bring your business idea to life.
Women in Business
The Ultimate Online Guide to Business Resources for Women
Explore our useful online guides for women in business, articles on money and finance, networking events, and productivity tips to help you become a successful businesswoman in the entrepreneurial and corporate world.
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Become a Certified Woman-Owned Business
For women, obtaining special certification for their business can help them discover professional opportunities and gain access to a variety of resources. Our guides can help female entrepreneurs become certified in each state.
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Featured Women in Business Articles
Going about the certification process for a woman-owned business can be tricky. If you’re a female entrepreneur in search of answers, we’ve gathered a list of resources to help you get started.
The WBENC is a resource hub for female entrepreneurs as well as a certification organization. Read on to learn more about the WBENC, their programs, and their process for becoming a certified woman-owned business.