Nichole L. Torres

30 Recent Stories

Hiring Center

Outsourcing vs. Doing It Yourself

When starting a business, it's important to know when to hold tight and when to let go.
Marketing

How to Deal With a PR Disaster

Especially at startup, negative PR can be bad. Find out how to handle it before it does any damage.
Business Ideas

It Can Be Made In America

For many products, there are benefits to manufacturing them in the U.S.
Marketing Basics

Influence the Influencers

Dust off those public-speaking skills and get ready to market your business.
Social Media

Entrepreneurs Help Each Other

Make Connections on the Club Network.
Finding Customers

Young and in Charge

Young entrepreneurs can earn client trust and establish credibility.
Lifestyle

A Fuel Economy

Entrepreneurs are responding to the fuel crisis with innovative ways to help their employees save.
Starting a Business

Old Tricks, New Job

Shorten the road to success by using skills learned during your days as an employee.
Leadership

To The Rescue

Your education is good for more than just your own success. Learn how you can help others, too.
Entrepreneur Magazine

Launch Pad to Success

Thousands of colleges are getting down to business, turning today's students into tomorrow's business leaders. This list of best schools for entrepreneurs shows which ones make the grade.
Entrepreneur Magazine

School's In--Online

Get an entrepreneurial education without setting foot in a classroom.
Starting a Business

Surviving Business Boot Camp

Programs nationwide offer budding entrepreneurs lessons in startup.
Entrepreneur Magazine

Flip To Hip

Practical products are no longer passé. How function meets fashion.
Entrepreneur Magazine

Get Technical

Your university might have exactly what you need to get your business booted up and running.
Entrepreneur Startups Magazine

Profit from Niche Markets

Smaller markets don't have to mean small bottom lines. With niches, the sky's the limit.
Success Stories

A Healthy Pet-Treat Business Worth Barking About

What brings this entrepreneur success is letting consumers sample his pet food product for free.
Success Stories

Serious About Student Achievement

High standards have helped this tutoring business become a celebrated franchise.
Success Stories

His Watchword Is Customer Service

This company has been through the wringer and come out on top.
Success Stories

More Than Just a Pet Project

Maria Peevey used the power of big retailers to take her business to the next level.
Entrepreneur Magazine

World Of Difference

In college, you've got the whole green business world in your hands.
Entrepreneur Magazine

Get Your Money's Worth

We show you 10 ways to save during startup--and which investments are worth the splurge.
Entrepreneur Magazine

Making the Grade

Lessons learned, collegiates help high schoolers ace campus life.
Entrepreneur Magazine

Get in the Game

In the $18 billion video game industry, independent developers are teaming up with the big boys.
Entrepreneur Magazine

Earn Your Stripes

Feeling patriotic this Fourth of July? Follow the lead of these four entrepreneurs who've built businesses that help soldiers overseas and let the troops know how much they're appreciated.
Entrepreneur Magazine

Who's Counting?

Full of ideas? Create multiple businesses while still in school. Here's how.
Entrepreneur Magazine

Good as New

Whether it's the love of a good bargain, the shaky economy or the growing desire to reduce, reuse and recycle, shoppers are flocking to resale shops.
Entrepreneur Magazine

Wonder Women

Excitement roared into Florida as women entrepreneurs took over the Miami Beach Convention Center for the second annual Women in Charge conference, hosted by Entrepreneur and OPEN from American Expres
Entrepreneur Magazine

When Duty Calls

For the military, only the best will do. So Denise Gilchrist sets her company apart by emphasizing quality.
Entrepreneur Magazine

How Sweet It Is

The Farid brothers knew exactly what customers were craving: a fresh and tasty take on floral bouquets.
Entrepreneur Magazine

3-2-1 Contacts

Make the most of everyone you meet by turning acquaintances into contacts.
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