Amy Cosper

Amy Cosper

Editor in Chief/VP
Amy Cosper is vice president of Entrepreneur Media Inc., and editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur magazine.
The Most Memorable Business Jargon of 2012
Growth Strategies

The Most Memorable Business Jargon of 2012

Our collection from the past year of the best new lingo you need to communicate in our ever-changing small-business world.

Inching Forward

Editor Amy Cosper's Note from the December 2012 issue.
How to Manage Fear

How to Manage Fear

Fear is a natural part of entrepreneurship--we'll look into how to make it drive you.
Why VCs Should Think Like Entrepreneurs
Finance

Why VCs Should Think Like Entrepreneurs

The world needs a more VCs who think like entrepreneurs -- ready to invest in the next great big idea.
Editor's Note: A Defining Moment
Entrepreneurs

Editor's Note: A Defining Moment

Bad things happen. Emerge from these times as a better version of yourself.
Editor's Note: Our Biggest, Baddest Branding Package
Marketing

Editor's Note: Our Biggest, Baddest Branding Package

Trust isn't a new concept in branding, but it's become more important than ever.

Editor's Note: The Zen Zone

In this issue, we take an in-depth look at leadership -- and what it means to entrepreneurs.
Editor's Note: Entrepreneurs and Defining an Era
Starting a Business

Editor's Note: Entrepreneurs and Defining an Era

The vision and actions of entrepreneurs are changing the world. And you're a part of it.
Editor's Note: The Joy of Geeking Out

Editor's Note: The Joy of Geeking Out

Entrepreneur Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Amy Cosper on reimagining technology.
Editor's Note: Lessons Learned, Opportunities Created

Editor's Note: Lessons Learned, Opportunities Created

Entrepreneur Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Amy Cosper reflects on 2011 as a turning-point year.
New Ways of Seeing

New Ways of Seeing

Editor-in-chief Amy Cosper digs into the idea of creative communities as an entrepreneurial economic force.
Editor's Note: The New Food Chain

Editor's Note: The New Food Chain

A head of lettuce from the farmers market isn't going to cut it anymore. Locally-sourced food is becoming a sustainable business.
Editor's Note: Opportunities in the Business of History

Editor's Note: Opportunities in the Business of History

Entrepreneur Magazine editor Amy Cosper on Mike Wolfe and how his passion for old stuff is fueling excitement in antiques and collectibles

A Head for Innovation

Entrepreneurs

The Other Office

Entrepreneur Magazine's editor-in-chief on outside-the-office meeting places.