Inside the November 2000 Issue
Let's put our burning envy aside and try to learn something here.
Call it what you will. Nerve. Backbone. Cojones. A borderline-irrational mindset that overcomes you, as swiftly as a cyclone, not letting go until you've reached your targeted finish line.
High tech is not just the language of Silicon Valley anymore. There are 49 other hotbeds with your tech start-up's name written all over them.
Nationwide, cubicle-bound techies are making the leap from tech exec to entrepreneur. Is it your turn?
You need software--everybody does--but there's so much of it to pick from. Luckily we're here to help.
You can put your snowboard back in the closet and drop out of the next street luge--it's time to put your money where your mouth is. Forget extreme sports: This is extreme investing.
Minorities in franchising: what works, what doesn't and what can be done about it
Anybody can start a business . . . but not everybody makes it. Meet the entrepreneurial survivors.
Cute doesn't cut it. To succeed, you've got to be more aggressive.
Be smart about it.
This entrepreneur's hot business idea taps into consumers' cravings for cold treats.
Web site advertising for maximum eyeballs
You've got vision, but do you have the grit to use it?
Is Learning Express still strong, post-Beanie mania?
Who says family and work can't co-exist?
The latest happenings at Tony Roma's and Gumbusters North America Inc.
The first graduate of Servpro's new program is ready to clean house.
From retail to radio, this computer guy is in the know.
Who can take sugary classics and put them on the Net?
"Hey," you mutter, "who bought $500 worth of catnip?"
Whats Your Problem
What businesses make the best family legacies?
Whats Your Problem
I'm a teenager who wants to start an accessories business.
There's a cheese craze in America and these entrepreneurs are getting their slice of the profits
Next stop: hundreds of sales leads
You can get almost anything you want to start your business from a leasing company. But is it really the way to go?
Entrepreneurs are: A) fit as a fiddle; B) keeping doctors in business; C) about to drop dead? The answer might surprise you.
Vending machines have been making money one dollar at a time for decades. Now, imagine a $1,000 model.
Suggestions for dotcom movies
Is the cross-stitch industry crafty enough to halt Napsteresque pattern swapping?
JA is whipping our youngsters into entrpreneurial shape.
Not as many people as you might think
Entrepreneurs are getting younger every year.
Have you ever heard of cause-related marketing? Maybe it's time you looked into it.
Give the business traveler on your list the gift of gizmos.
New service from WebFlyerNet, JetBlue Airways and MapQuest.com
Doing businesss in Breckenridge, Colorado
Obviously, employees can't have any car they want, but options can't hurt.
Quick tips for cutting maintenance costs
She went, she saw, she came home with entrepreneurial success.
Beating The Odds
All you used to do with sports cards was stick them in your bicycle spokes. Today, Red Barnes makes millions with 'em.
How to be a 21st-century boss-and how it can go wrong
An SBA site offers marketing opportunities.
Get answers to exporting questions.
Economic development and business financing rolled into one
Asian Americans have money, Net savvy and entrepreneurial fire. Media magnate Jeff Yang explains how to tap both their talent and dollars.
Congress is making it easier for entrepreneurs to offer pensions.
They're everywhere these days. Could there be more to a title than meets the eye?
When your parents are ready to leave the family business, be there to help them.
Don't pay for your contractor's mistakes.
You're jammed between a court and a hard place. Get free with third-party mediation.
Gather round the table . . . err, monitor.
Make the most of your woman-to-woman, employee-to-employee relationships, and you'll make the most of your employees.
Your favorite former employees are back--catch 'em while you can.
Employees are fighting a home-front battle with sick kids and lousy child care . . . and you can help.
Fido broke a leg, but that's OK-your employees have pet insurance.
How one Internet marketing firm found a market of its own.
Capture the essence of your business success-the lighter the focus on your prospects and products, the better.
After the lucrative jet-set crowd? Have you tried the airport?
College kids have a lifetime of buying left to do.
Five great holiday gifts for your client
You've got questions, and Entrepreneur's resident king of negotiations has answers.
You don't want that sale to slip through your fingers, do you? Then put some panache into your presentation.
Ask the Rainmaker
Your business is dead, but don't let the bank sell off the estate.
Ask the Rainmaker
Is this a mistake or is the bank blatantly sexist?
The government's going to pick the pocket of your mutual fund.
The Web catches customers. Why not use it to catch investors?
Sweeping changes in stock market bode ill for small-business financing-both public and private.
Don't let your business's retirement plan get nabbed by the IRS.
Congress is proceeding with a plan to allow U.S. exporters to establish foreign sales corporation in other countries.
A little freebie goes a long way toward promoting customer and employee loyalty.
Thanks to fast burn speeds and smokin' prices, CD-RWs are charring the CD-R competition.
Will .NET conquer the Net?
Low cost real-time chat functionality
Are we ready for a Web-conferenced world?
. . . over a couple thousand acres, thanks to this nifty cordless.
Review of instant messaging solution NetLert, phone messaging system PHONEslips, and FileMaker Pro, database software.
Get fast software updates at WindowsTracker
Whether you start one or just use one, B2B exchange will be part of your business.
Review of e-commerce service BizBlast.com, e-commerce service provider InstantService.com and Web-based management module Cloak 3000
Your PC's slow? You could use a visit from the defrag fairy.
HTML: We hardly knew ye.
Pentax' VersaCam Net Camera
Xerox' WorkCenter XD125f Digital Copier/Printer
Gateway's Solo 9300 Portable PC
Do cybercrooks have their beady eye on your business?
The best solutions to the most common security problems
Tools for getting maximum attention for your Web site
With the help of Students in Free Enterprise, these students at Flagler College started two businesses.
The level of stress in the world today is at an all-time high. So why not start your own massage therapy company and offer a little relief to the tense-of-neck?
Even though you've got a great idea, hurdles along the way can stop you dead. Find out how this entrepreneur bashed through the barriers to create a successful product.
If you like working with kids, Kinderance International Inc. may be just the franchise opportunity you're looking for.
Home Instead Senior Care franchise
What's the one piece of business equipment you probably don't have but really need?