Jason Feifer

Jason Feifer

Editor-in-Chief
Jason Feifer is the editor-in-chief at Entrepreneur magazine. Follow him @heyfeifer.
Want the Upper Hand? Ask the Dumb Questions.
Project Grow

Want the Upper Hand? Ask the Dumb Questions.

Take it from a journalist: You can learn a lot when you shelve your ego.
Podcast: Her Cookie Company Went Viral, Which Meant A Bouncer and 4-Hour Lines
Problem Solvers Podcast

Podcast: Her Cookie Company Went Viral, Which Meant A Bouncer and 4-Hour Lines

How the founder of Do faced a crushing consumer demand, and changed everything to meet it.
Podcast: What to Do When Your Best-Laid Plans Turn Out Wrong
Podcasts

Podcast: What to Do When Your Best-Laid Plans Turn Out Wrong

In the new episode of Entrepreneur's podcast 'Problem Solvers,' we learn from a founder who reworked everything after only six months.
How Do You Keep Buyers and Sellers Inside Your Marketplace? (Podcast)
Business Moving Forward

How Do You Keep Buyers and Sellers Inside Your Marketplace? (Podcast)

In the new episode of Entrepreneur's podcast "Problem Solvers," we learn from a founder who cracked this code.
Why This Entrepreneur Scaled Back His No. 1 Product
Take It From The Pros

Why This Entrepreneur Scaled Back His No. 1 Product

When Dogfish Head created a hit beer, it did what seemed crazy at the time: It turned down sales.
What Every Entrepreneur Can Learn From the Bicycle
Podcast

What Every Entrepreneur Can Learn From the Bicycle

The new episode of Pessimists Archive explores why many companies feared, hated, and resisted the bicycle. But of course, change can't be stopped.
The Importance of Making Sure Customers Feel Heard
Editor's Note

The Importance of Making Sure Customers Feel Heard

A great product is a problem heard and solved, followed by user feedback heard and integrated.
Revealed: The Man Behind the Most Viral GIF in Politics
Internet

Revealed: The Man Behind the Most Viral GIF in Politics

He gave us what is arguably the most famous dumpster fire in the world. But why?
To Build a Successful Sports League, This Executive Had to Trash His Original Plans
Masters of Scale

To Build a Successful Sports League, This Executive Had to Trash His Original Plans

The GLORY kickboxing league had to scrap its way up.
A Plea to People Who Send Calendar Invites: Write Better Subject Lines
Etiquette

A Plea to People Who Send Calendar Invites: Write Better Subject Lines

You + Me = much more informative.
Pitching Your Business to a Journalist? Here's What Works.
Editor's Note

Pitching Your Business to a Journalist? Here's What Works.

Yes, a pitch can lead to a story -- you just need to know how to get our attention.
Why This Entrepreneur Raised Millions More Than He Originally Planned
Funding

Why This Entrepreneur Raised Millions More Than He Originally Planned

Despite being a well-known investor in Canada and one of the stars of the French-Canadian version of 'Shark Tank,' this entrepreneur got his funding needs wrong twice.
How Changing Its Packaging Helped This Company Find Sweet Success
Take It From The Pros

How Changing Its Packaging Helped This Company Find Sweet Success

A new candy company wanted to present itself as fun and high-end. Its packaging sent a very different message.
Don't Think Sending Free Stuff to Editors Will Get You Covered
Editor's Note

Don't Think Sending Free Stuff to Editors Will Get You Covered

Coverage can't be bought. You can send us stuff if you'd like, but that doesn't mean we'll write about you.
How to Make Money With a Podcast
Podcasts

How to Make Money With a Podcast

For podcasting to pay off, have a plan to be different -- and valuable.
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