Tanya Benedicto Klich

Tanya Benedicto Klich

Data & Featured Lists Editor

Tanya Benedicto Klich is a data and lists editor at Entrepreneur.com.

Be an Idea Machine: Your Weekly Tips
Weekly Tips Roundup

Be an Idea Machine: Your Weekly Tips

Shark Tank's Robert Herjavec, David Link of The Wonderfactory and Nikki Kaufman of Normal share how they foster creativity.
Why Alibaba's Jack Ma Sees Himself as an 'Artist,' and Maybe You Should, Too
Alibaba

Why Alibaba's Jack Ma Sees Himself as an 'Artist,' and Maybe You Should, Too

The founder and chairman of Alibaba Group shared a range of surprising insights with American business owners during his U.S. visit this week.
One More City Boosts its Minimum Wage: Weekly News Roundup
Weekly News Roundup

One More City Boosts its Minimum Wage: Weekly News Roundup

Plus: Spotify's valuation hits $8.5 billion while Beyonce faces a branding backlash.
How Office Design Can Promote Peace of Mind
Office Space

How Office Design Can Promote Peace of Mind

Learn how office design can promote a sense of belonging and peace of mind at work.
Master Listening to Your Customers: Your Weekly Tips
Weekly Tips Roundup

Master Listening to Your Customers: Your Weekly Tips

Don't run a company with blinders on. Three business stars share how to open your ears to better serve your customers.
Apple Ups Its Streaming Music Game: Weekly News Roundup
Weekly News Roundup

Apple Ups Its Streaming Music Game: Weekly News Roundup

The tech giant is expected to unveil a paid music-streaming service at its annual developer conference.
Can't Be Interrupted? Polite Ways to Say 'Do Not Disturb'
Office Space

Can't Be Interrupted? Polite Ways to Say 'Do Not Disturb'

These simple signals can help enhance your workplace privacy.
Lead an Efficient Startup: Your Weekly Tips Roundup
Weekly Tips Roundup

Lead an Efficient Startup: Your Weekly Tips Roundup

Startup CEOs from Adafruit, TaskRabbit and Normal share ways to make efficiency part of your strong suit.
Sit and Stand Desks Don't Cut It: 2 New Keys to Unlocking Office Productivity.
Office Space

Sit and Stand Desks Don't Cut It: 2 New Keys to Unlocking Office Productivity.

Design experts say movement and having access to a range of seating options could help you focus and feel comfortable at work.
GoPro Goes VR, Snapchat CEO Wants to IPO: Your Weekly News
Weekly News Roundup

GoPro Goes VR, Snapchat CEO Wants to IPO: Your Weekly News

Evan Spiegel reveals his interest to take his app company public, Yelp enters e-commerce and U.S. entrepreneurship makes a comeback.
Want an Entrepreneurial Staff? Treat Them Like Entrepreneurs. -- Your Weekly Tips Roundup
Weekly Tips Roundup

Want an Entrepreneurial Staff? Treat Them Like Entrepreneurs. -- Your Weekly Tips Roundup

The founders of Sam Adams beer, Dinner Lab and Papa John's describe what it takes to build an entrepreneurial culture.
Why This MMA Startup Honors Its Military Fanbase
Sports Businesses

Why This MMA Startup Honors Its Military Fanbase

The founder and CEO of Fighters' Source also shares business lessons from the fight cage.
Amazon's Latest Rival: Your Weekly News Roundup
Weekly News Roundup

Amazon's Latest Rival: Your Weekly News Roundup

Google enters the e-commerce game while Los Angeles may lift its minimum wage.
Tony Robbins: The Most Important Advice I Ever Received as an Entrepreneur
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Tony Robbins: The Most Important Advice I Ever Received as an Entrepreneur

Robbins says Ken Blanchard, co-author of The One Minute Manager, offered him the most useful guidance when he began to build his motivational empire.
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Do Introverts at Your Office Have a Place to Recharge?
Workplaces

Do Introverts at Your Office Have a Place to Recharge?

Experts say quiet rooms create a space where office introverts and extroverts alike can get re-energized.