Jason Feifer

Jason Feifer

Entrepreneur Staff
Editor in Chief

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Innovation

6 Giant Companies That Nearly Flopped

Apple, Google, Tesla, and more were not obvious winners at first. Here's what nearly took them down.

How Zoom Won 2020 by Meeting a Surge of Demand

CEO Eric Yuan never expected the business tool to become a social lifeline. But by focusing on fundamentals, the brand rose to the occasion.
Innovation

Gary Vaynerchuk Launches A New Kind of Consulting Service

VaynerMedia is now offering a playbook for connecting with Gen Z.
Public Relations

How to Get Media Coverage For Your Business

In this video, Entrepreneur editor in chief Jason Feifer reveals strategies for getting press coverage.
Public Speaking

Improve Your Public Speaking By Changing the Way You Read Sentences

It's time to unlearn everything you know about periods and commas.

Struggling to Hire Top Talent? Change the Way You Recruit.

The global tech company Infosys wanted to diversify its hiring. But to get it right, it needed to rethink a lot more than just its recruiting methods.

When's the Right Time to Pursue Your Passion? It's Right Now.

It's time to stop looking backward, and to stop biding our time. This is our moment.
Innovation

How Can A Business Stay Relevant? Take A Cue From These Weird Little Forks

In the 1800s, people ate with "macaroni forks" and "olive forks." Why? It's a timeless tale of consumer obsession.

Brandless Has a New Owner, and a New Mission. Can It Save Itself?

It was a once-hot company with a bad business model, like many of its direct-to-consumer peers. Now it's back as a quieter company focused on slower growth. Is this what DTC needs?

How This Parking-Spot App Beat Competitors... By Moving Slow

Under pressure to grow fast, the SpotHero CEO insisted on moving slow and steady
Innovation

She Created the Tinder for Clothing. Then a $30 Million Competitor Came Along

How Madison Semarjian, who created her app Mada in college, is working to out-innovate a giant.

David Chang's Question to Entrepreneurs: Are You Doing Good or Bad?

The chef knows he's been successful but wants to make sure his work creates positive change, too.

It's Not About What You Do. It's About Why You Do It

Remember that when your world feels shaken.
Young Millionaires

These Founders Built a Perfect Remote-Work Product... Without Realizing It

Fireflies.ai is a company built to help take notes during meetings. Now that the world is working remotely, business is booming.

When COVID Shut Her Spa Down, She Turned It Into A Hemp Dispensary

Maya Gilliam's advice to entrepreneurs looking to pivot: "Make what you love a source of income."