Kathleen Davis

Kathleen Davis

Kathleen Davis is the former associate editor at Entrepreneur.com.

Help Select Our College Entrepreneur of 2013
Entrepreneurs

Help Select Our College Entrepreneur of 2013

Get to know the five young finalists for our College Entrepreneur of 2013 contest and vote for your favorite.
Who Will Win Our Emerging Entrepreneur of 2013 Contest? Help Decide
Entrepreneurs

Who Will Win Our Emerging Entrepreneur of 2013 Contest? Help Decide

Get to know the five finalists for our Emerging Entrepreneur of 2013 award competition and cast your vote now.
Vote Now for Your Pick for Entrepreneur of 2013
Entrepreneurs

Vote Now for Your Pick for Entrepreneur of 2013

Get to know the five finalists for Entrepreneur's annual contest and help us choose this year's winner.
Your Last-Minute Summer Vacation Survival Guide
Entrepreneurs

Your Last-Minute Summer Vacation Survival Guide

The summer is winding down, but you still have time to take a much deserved vacation. Here is everything you need to know for before, during and after your trip.
Where Back-to-School Shopping Dollars Are Going (Infographic)
Marketing

Where Back-to-School Shopping Dollars Are Going (Infographic)

A new survey examines what parents are shopping for and where and how much they plan to spend.
9 Things You Never Thought You Would Buy From a Vending Machine
Starting a Business

9 Things You Never Thought You Would Buy From a Vending Machine

Reaching customers even when ecommerce can't, these vending machines dispense unexpected items, where and when customers need them.
Everything You'd Ever Want to Know About 31,216 Startups (Interactive Graphic)
Starting a Business

Everything You'd Ever Want to Know About 31,216 Startups (Interactive Graphic)

This tool provides a near exhaustive look at the past 22 years (and counting) of startups.
The Surprisingly High Cost of Small-Business Travel (Infographic)
Growth Strategies

The Surprisingly High Cost of Small-Business Travel (Infographic)

A look at how small-business owners are shelling out more than big corporations, and where their dollars are going.
How a First-Time Entrepreneur's Kickstarter Project Landed on Toys 'R' Us Shelves in Less Than a Year
Starting a Business

How a First-Time Entrepreneur's Kickstarter Project Landed on Toys 'R' Us Shelves in Less Than a Year

Industry insiders laughed at the engineering toy for girls, but its inventor was determined to change the landscape of the 'pink aisle.' Entrepreneur Debbie Sterling shares how she transformed her idea into a million-dollar company.
The Case for Shopping Local (Infographic)
Marketing

The Case for Shopping Local (Infographic)

How redirecting even 10 percent of consumer spending from chains to local small businesses can boost local economies and create jobs.
A (Kind of) Brief History of Marketing (Infographic)
Marketing

A (Kind of) Brief History of Marketing (Infographic)

From the invention of moveable type in 1450, all the way to mobile ads and online videos, advertising has come a long way.
Signs That You Are About to Get Audited (Infographic)
Finance

Signs That You Are About to Get Audited (Infographic)

Here's a look at your odds of being audited. And how you can tell if you might be next.
Hiring in Retail? How to Find the Right Employee for the Job (Infographic)
Growth Strategies

Hiring in Retail? How to Find the Right Employee for the Job (Infographic)

The National Retail Federation offers a way to assess someone's skills and talents to find the best job.
The Secret to Marketing to Busy People Who Don't Have Time to Read (Infographic)
Marketing

The Secret to Marketing to Busy People Who Don't Have Time to Read (Infographic)

It's easy for your marketing message to get lost in the mix. Here are five ways to make sure your content stands out.
3 Ways to Make a Killer Impression Online (Infographic)
Marketing

3 Ways to Make a Killer Impression Online (Infographic)

Your online presence is often your first interaction with potential customers. Here's how to make sure you are making a good impression.