Carly Okyle

Carly Okyle

Editorial Assistant
Carly Okyle is an editorial assistant at Entrepreneur.com.
The Do's and Don'ts of the Modern Resumé (Infographic)
Resumes

The Do's and Don'ts of the Modern Resumé (Infographic)

Hint: Keywords count.
Why This Father-and-Sons Trio Joined the PizzaRev Franchise
Franchise Players

Why This Father-and-Sons Trio Joined the PizzaRev Franchise

The family that franchises together, stays together.
How FeverSmart Is Heating Up Mobile Health Care
GrowthCon

How FeverSmart Is Heating Up Mobile Health Care

College student Aaron Goldstein reflects on how he founded his company and where he wants to take it next.
Crowdfunded Smart Home Device Canary Lands at Big-Name Stores
Security

Crowdfunded Smart Home Device Canary Lands at Big-Name Stores

Canary has officially completed the journey from crowdfunding platform to mainstream retailers.
This New Invention Could Get That Last Drop of Toothpaste Out of the Tube
Science

This New Invention Could Get That Last Drop of Toothpaste Out of the Tube

At MIT, scientists have created a coating that will turn the inside of almost any package into a non-stick surface.
Will AI Really Be the End of Us? 'Ex Machina' Will Leave You More Contemplative Than Ever.
Artificial Intelligence

Will AI Really Be the End of Us? 'Ex Machina' Will Leave You More Contemplative Than Ever.

The movie asks the questions, but the answers are really up to you.
20 Rewards Your Employees -- and Budget -- Will Love (Infographic)
Infographics

20 Rewards Your Employees -- and Budget -- Will Love (Infographic)

Here are some ways to show your appreciation without opening your wallet.
Emerging Entrepreneur of 2014 Winner: 'We've Had Many, Many Failures'
GrowthCon

Emerging Entrepreneur of 2014 Winner: 'We've Had Many, Many Failures'

Yapp founder Maria Seidman tells a crowd in Miami the story of Yapp's beginning, including the huge risk she took to make it happen.
How This 14-Year-Old Entrepreneur Is Making Adults Question Their Life Choices by Being Ridiculously Awesome
Young Entrepreneurs

How This 14-Year-Old Entrepreneur Is Making Adults Question Their Life Choices by Being Ridiculously Awesome

Rachel Zietz is the founder and owner of Gladiator Lacrosse. In school, sales and sports, she plays to win.
The Only 10 Slides Needed When Pitching Your Business (Infographic)
Guy Kawasaki

The Only 10 Slides Needed When Pitching Your Business (Infographic)

Renowned entrepreneur Guy Kawasaki breaks down how to pitch to investors in just 10 slides.
Yahoo's New Email Option: No Password, No Problem
SXSW 2015

Yahoo's New Email Option: No Password, No Problem

At SXSW, the company unveiled a phone-based, password-free login.
For $125 and 200 Words You Can Own a Historic Bed and Breakfast
Contests

For $125 and 200 Words You Can Own a Historic Bed and Breakfast

A woman in Maine is giving her country inn to the winner of an essay contest, carrying on the tradition that began in 1993.
Entrepreneur of 2014 Winner on How He Caught the Entrepreneurial Bug
Starting a Business

Entrepreneur of 2014 Winner on How He Caught the Entrepreneurial Bug

Gravity Payments founder Dan Price reflects on his beginnings in business.
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.