Tracy Stapp Herold

Tracy Stapp Herold

Tracy Stapp Herold is the special projects editor at Entrepreneur magazine. She works on franchise and business opportunity stories and listings, including the annual Franchise 500.

14 Recent Stories

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Food for the Soul

A tasty opportunity has entrepreneurs asking, "Dinner, anyone?"
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Game Plan

This company's approach to direct sales? Let the good times roll.
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Going for the Green

A love of golf and prior sales experience put a franchisee right on course.
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Summer Lovin'

A former lifeguard keeps cool with his frozen beverage franchise.
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Making the Cut

Going from health care to hair care, an entrepreneur finds a new style.
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Taking on a Sports Franchise... and More

An entrepreneur scores a new career in one of his favorite pastimes.
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Franchising for Kids

These entrepreneurs are serious about their kid-friendly franchises.
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A Perfect Fit

This jack-of-all-trades became a master of one: real estate.
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Never Say Die

How a family beat the odds (and the weather) to improve a franchise
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A Mom's Tale

Once upon a time, an enterprising mom saved a struggling franchise . . .
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What's New 11/02

Going online means customers can do it all at this energy franchise.
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Balloon Business Takes Off

With helium balloons, this Conwin Carbonic franchisee makes sculptures, centerpieces, bouquets...and a business.

Your Old Phones Can Help College Entrepreneurs

Donate your old wireless phones to RadioShack, and help out some enterprising students in return.
Young Entrepreneurs

How Do I Write a Business Plan?

Behind every good business is a good business plan. Here are the 6 essentials.
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