Entrepreneur Magazine: February 2003

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Net Meeting

Let us introduce you to the most important people on the Internet. If you think you know e-commerce consumers, this might surprise you.

Talk of the Town

Think your city is too small to build a business in? How does population 650 sound?

Bend the Rules

Are overtime laws too rigid? congress is looking at ways to increase their flexibility.

It Figures 02/03

Online-ad trends, personal use of the Internet at work, a look at how small businesses are cutting their budgets, and more

Match Made in Heaven

How do you approach a potential partner without stepping on anybody's toes?

Tall Tales

Don't believe everything you hear about starting a business.

Kids Say the Darndest Things

. . . Especially if you ask what they think of your product.

Read All About It

What goes on in the VC world? One magazine tells it like it is.

Big Deal! Now What?

Congratulations, you've scored a huge client. Now the real work can begin.
Starting a Business

Got a New Idea?

If the answer is "not really," don't worry; just buy the rights to someone else's invention and reap the profits. Now that's a bright idea.

Never-Ending Stories

Here's the tale of one entrepreneur who refused to close the book on her favorite out-of-print classics.

Road to Ambition

What's it really like to buy a franchise? Read part one of our ongoing series following one couple's exciting trek to entrepreneurial success.
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