February 1998 Issue
Follow Entrepreneur Magazine
Follow Entrepreneur Magazine
Think there's nothing to buying a business? Then we've got a piece of the Brooklyn Bridge to sell you.
That is the question. Equipment leasing makes Hamlets out of most entrepreneurs.
The one minute manager tells entrepreneurs what it takes to have a successful company.
When your customers talk...people listen. So why aren't more business owners using the cheapest and easiest form of advertising?
Consumers demanding instant graification warn businesses it's now or never.
Build a profitable home-inspection service from the ground up.
6 factors to consider before setting your site
When it comes to shipping and handling charges, there are no rules.
Billion-dollar discount retailers are storming into Main Street America. Is your business safe?
Women are running family businesses in record numbers.
His educational games inspire at-risk kids.
Don't disregard the potential of developing nations.
News for entrepreneurs on the go.
Running an action figure business is more than just fun and games.
Low-cost test-marketing strategies.
Start-up savings, effective invoices.
You can sell: travel games, pet massage brushes, door guards.
Weekend businesses, playing with your food.
Contact managers organize your business encounters.
Whats Your Problem
Our experts solve your start-up problems.
Youre The Boss
Public speaking techniques for promoting your business
Mark Your Calendars
The prognosis is good for mail order health-care companies.
New ammunition for entrepreneurs fighting property wars.
Get relief in estate taxes under the new tax law.
Expanding your business is stressful - but deciding how to do it is a solid first step.
Make no mistake - liability insurance is important from the very beginning.
Anticipating extra work? Line up employees before you need them.
Do you really need to give employees performance evaluations?
Are you getting the best workout from your promotional mailings?
Sigmund Freud and B.F. Skinner may be dead, but they can still help your business.
How you market a video depends on more than your budget.
Savvy ideas to boost sales.
When it comes to business, luck helps those who help themselves.
Choosing between growth and income? This fund packs 'em together.
You may prefer stocks, bonds or cash, but asset allocation is your best bet for the long haul.
Be prepared when seeking capital - or you'll never get off the starting block.
With that notion, one company has found success...in prison.
Planning to hire a new employee? Better sharpen your pencil.
The 103 fastest growing franchises.
Naming your business and hiring a lawyer.
Franchise and business opportunities at a glance.
Depending on the information you need, the Internet isn't always your best bet.
Getting your software concept to market.
Looking to buy a new PC? The Pentium II will get your business up to speed.
The latest in modern technology.
What's hot on the World Wide Web.