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As Meat-Free Burgers Move Mainstream, Impossible Foods Scales Up

Impossible Foods' new production facility in Oakland, California, will scale its meat-free burger availability from eight restaurants today to over 1,000 by the…

4 Clean Technology Trends to Watch in 2017

Roy Wiesner, CEO of Hutchison-Kinrot, a global seed investor in clean-technology startups, says we should pay attention to these cleantech trends this year.

Austin’s New ‘Stationless’ Bike-Share Program Lets You Park Anywhere

A few dozen bike racks and a more lenient attitude about stationless bike-share investments could pave the way for more user-friendly community biking…

Startup Delivers On Future Tech’s Promise For the Disadvantaged

San Diego startup Veyo is using future-tech tools like big data and predictive software to deliver low-cost, non-emergency medical transportation for the economically…

This Vertical Farm Wants to Pioneer ‘Post-Organic’ Food

New Jersey startup Bowery Farming wants to change how you think about organic food -- starting with its definition.

How New Businesses Can Connect With Their Communities

Business leaders who actively engage with their community and its leaders earn more than money — they build the foundation for long-lasting success.

How to Attract Young Talent: A Guide for Startups

If your company can’t afford to offer lucrative salaries or benefits packages, you can still hire young talent positions on a competitive budget.

Will Equity Crowdfunding Accelerate Impact Investing in 2017?

This past May, a new law allowing equity crowdfunding opened a new world of possibilities for social entrepreneurs around the country. Whether or…

Entrepreneurial Innovation Is Driving Disruption in the Food Industry

If industry stakeholders continue to slowly trail entrepreneurs rather than expedite their own efforts, it will be at their own peril; those who…

13 Startups That Are Giving Back to the Community

These 13 startups are exceeding expectations, all while giving back to the community in the form of charitable and social work.

This Social Enterprise is Creating a ‘New Generation of Readers’ in Brazil

Nearly 30 percent of Brazilian adults are functionally illiterate. Former investment banker Danielle Brants turned this unsettling statistic into an opportunity to create…

This App Helps the World’s Largest Minority Group to Communicate and Thrive

Collectively, people with disabilities tend to experience greater degrees of workplace discrimination and economic hardship, especially when they can’t communicate orally. This app…

Silicon Valley Company Promotes “Made In America” Effort

BriteLab works with startup manufacturers to help them get prototypes built by seasoned American workers -- saving time, money and transportation costs.

Israel, the Detroit of E-Bikes & E-Scooters

Visit Tel Aviv and other cities across Israel, and e-bikes and e-scooters are almost as common as bicycles. And Israel's Startup Nation has…

Connecting Your Startup With Others to Help Your Business Grow

Nothing stays the same in the startup ecosystem, meaning survival is never guaranteed. But one way to better position yourself for the long…