Entrepreneur magazine is the trusted source for growing your business and offers surefire strategies for success. Whether you are just thinking of starting a business, have taken the first steps, or already own a business, Entrepreneur offers the best advice on running your own company
Are You Too Efficient? • It sounds like a crazy question, but optimization rarely leads to inspiration.
What Does It Mean to Be ‘Tough’? • If you think that success looks like ruthless competition, Terry Crews wants you to know there’s another way.
How to Manage a Misunderstanding • We’re always navigating differences—whether they’re rooted in opinions, personalities, cultural expectations, or communication styles. Here, six entrepreneurs share how they’ve learned to deal with discord.
Can We Build With Garbage? • That’s the big, eco-friendly idea behind ByFusion, which turns plastic waste into construction material.
When Teams Create Themselves • What happens when you allow employees to form their own teams and run their own projects? The answer: Innovation.
How the Heck Do You Sell Scent Online? • Otherland cofounder Abigail Cook Stone got a ton of noes while nosing her way around the challenge.
Faster, Better, More Productive! • These tech upgrades will get you up to speed—at home, in the office, on an airport layover, or out on the road.
Make Your Time More Valuable • You don’t always need to hire to grow your business. But you do need to rethink what makes you competitive.
Out There • What if the thing you’re trying to hide is actually your greatest asset? Walking Dead star (and restaurateur, book publisher, and TV producer) NORMAN REEDUS knows all about that.
The Armor of Positive Thinking • Why have so many entrepreneurs embraced spiritual, mystical, or straight-up “woo-woo” ideas? Because when you’re doing something this hard, you need all the help you can get. And just because it’s all in your head, that doesn’t mean it’s not real.
THE $2 BILLION LONG HAUL • KeepTruckin brought much-needed innovation to the trucking industry and achieved a valuation in the billions. But to keep growing, the company must rethink a core part of itself.
Grieving a Loss While Building a Legacy • When Victor Lewis passed away, he’d started the process of opening a Batteries Plus franchise. His wife and kids picked up where he’d left off and discovered just how resilient they are.
Failure Was Their Education • After flops as both a franchisee and a franchisor, this duo teamed up to found a franchise company that’s built for success.
How to Attract Diverse Owners • The old fixes aren’t enough. To diversify franchising’s ranks, we need to start rethinking big parts of the business.
Who Wants to be Franchisee No.1? • Being a brand’s test case requires a leap of faith. Here’s why some entrepreneurs are willing—and even standing in line—to go first.
The 150 Hottest New Brands • We rank the top franchises that have been around for five years or less.
The Greatest Work Shirt