What YouTube's Famebit Failure Can Teach Us About Influencer Marketing
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What YouTube's Famebit Failure Can Teach Us About Influencer Marketing

Why YouTube shuttered its self-service influencer marketing platform.

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How to Become an Entrepreneur Contributor

Our new Entrepreneur Leadership Network has launched. Get the application details and writer guidelines here.
Finance

A Leading Investor's Perspective on Raising Follow-On Funding and Making a Difference

Sarah Cone, founder and managing partner of Social Impact Capital, shares her perspective on how "to do well by doing good."
Building a Website

Why Your Website Needs to be Accessible to Everyone

An accessible website is designed with technology that makes navigation simpler for those with disabilities. The positive impact it can have on users goes far beyond a few features. 
Email Marketing

Learn How to Engage Gen Z With Email Marketing

Don't believe the stories you've read about how Gen Zers don't use email.

News & Trends

News and Trends

The Economy Can't Recover as Long as Day Cares and Schools Remain Closed

Lack of childcare could cause a severe dip in the American workforce, with women bearing the brunt of the struggle.
News and Trends

Visas on Hold: What's Next for International Entrepreneurs?

In the midst of the pandemic, many foreign entrepreneurs have been experiencing visa application delays. The situation is improving, but the U.S. approach to immigration could become far more punitive.
News and Trends

The CEO of a Company That Owns More Than 100 Wendy's Allegedly Used $1 Million in PPP Loans on a New House in Montana

Sandi Adler, a former vice president at Starboard, claims she was fired after taking issue with CEO Andrew Levy's plans to "defraud the United States and the Small Business Association."

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7 Franchisees Share Lessons from the Pandemic

Survival wasn't easy - but for these entrepreneurs, there was no alternative.
Crisis Management

6 Franchisors Found New Ways To Build During the Covid-19 Crisis

Their stories prove that if you look hard enough, opportunity is everywhere.
Franchises

5 Myths About Successful Franchisees

It's important to dispel these falsehoods to paint a clearer picture of what it takes to be successful.

Elevator Pitch

How to Launch Your Product Without Sinking Your Savings

Sonia and Bill Massey's company TimeAway LLC aims help small businesses with big ideas get started.

Here's How I Started the Business That Appeared on 'Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch'

Recess & Results is a faith-based kids fitness program and turn-key business opportunity.

Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch Season 5 Episode 12: 'You're Going to Get Told 'No' 10,000 Times'

This episode of our weekly pitch show begins with a tense exchange between one entrepreneur and our investors.
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The Founder and CEO of Faster Way to Fat Loss talks about how her personal health struggles led her to develop a fitness program and build a business.

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2020 has been a tough year for everyone. To find new success on the other side of this crisis, we must work together.

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What to Expect from Recovery, According to a Hong Kong Entrepreneur

Cheryl Leung's Hong Kong-based fashion brand is months ahead U.S. businesses in terms of recovery. Here's what she says you should expect.

7 Franchisees Share Lessons from the Pandemic

Survival wasn't easy - but for these entrepreneurs, there was no alternative.

Your Company Should Give Back (Even If You're Short on Cash)

Here are two reasons why: Your customers and your team want you to.