Carly Okyle

Carly Okyle

Editorial Assistant
Carly Okyle is an editorial assistant at Entrepreneur.com.
Entrepreneur Magazine Launches Special Coaching Program
Entrepreneur Media Inc.

Entrepreneur Magazine Launches Special Coaching Program

The partnership will officially kick off on March 18 with a Livestream event.
Which Entrepreneur Likes to Rap? New Comic Reveals Obscure Trivia
Comics

Which Entrepreneur Likes to Rap? New Comic Reveals Obscure Trivia

Learn more about the lives of well-known entrepreneurs in this new graphic novel.
Flow Hive, a Gadget for Beekeepers, Sets New Crowdfunding Record on Indiegogo
Crowdfunding

Flow Hive, a Gadget for Beekeepers, Sets New Crowdfunding Record on Indiegogo

This game-changer for honey harvesters raised $2.18 million in the first 24 hours.
From Bacon and Eggs to Parcels and Packages: Waffle House Joins Roadie in Sharing Economy Partnership
Business Partnership

From Bacon and Eggs to Parcels and Packages: Waffle House Joins Roadie in Sharing Economy Partnership

The ubiquitous diner has partnered with an Atlanta-based startup, offering its restaurants as a meeting place for the peer-to-peer delivery service's users.
The Credit-Card Survival Kit Your Small Business Needs (Infographic)
Infographics

The Credit-Card Survival Kit Your Small Business Needs (Infographic)

A credit card can be very helpful to a fledgling small business, if you know how to make the most of it.
Nestle Candy Products Will Get Slightly Less Junky This Year
Food

Nestle Candy Products Will Get Slightly Less Junky This Year

The company has committed to removing artificial flavors and colors by the end of 2015.
10 Student Discounts You Can Still Use After Graduating (Infographic)
Infographics

10 Student Discounts You Can Still Use After Graduating (Infographic)

When you're an entrepreneur, every penny counts. Recent grads looking to launch their own businesses can save a little money -- and still have a life -- by getting deals on everything from computers to movie tickets.
How a Ruined Valentine's Day Dinner Inspired a Business
Mobile Apps

How a Ruined Valentine's Day Dinner Inspired a Business

Kevin Yu created the app SideChef to help amateur cooks who need a hand in the kitchen.
6 Steps to Strengthening Company Culture (Infographic)
Infographics

6 Steps to Strengthening Company Culture (Infographic)

It's time to rethink company culture, and to treat it like any other strategic business initiative. This infographic can help.
Watch What You Say Around Your TV, Samsung Warns
Smart devices

Watch What You Say Around Your TV, Samsung Warns

To be fair, the company -- and George Orwell -- did warn us.
Happy Hour: Why Whiskey Might Be Your Next Go-To Drink
Alcohol

Happy Hour: Why Whiskey Might Be Your Next Go-To Drink

There's a noticeable resurgence of bourbon and Tennessee whiskey in the alcoholic beverage market, as mass-market beers and vodkas decline in sales.
Why Recent Grads Are the Perfect Franchisee
Franchise Players

Why Recent Grads Are the Perfect Franchisee

For one franchisee, it doesn't get any cooler than owning his own Kona Ice trucks.
How This Army Vet Found Camaraderie in a Burger Franchise
Franchise Players

How This Army Vet Found Camaraderie in a Burger Franchise

Not even 30 years old, Daniel Kemelman has brought skills from his time in the National Guard into his Bareburger restaurant.
How a Young Franchisee Got a Taste of Sweet Success.
Franchise Players

How a Young Franchisee Got a Taste of Sweet Success.

Alexis Garcia turned her 'insane love for desserts' into a thriving business with CREAM.