Stephanie Schomer

Stephanie Schomer

Entrepreneur Staff
Deputy Editor

Stephanie Schomer is Entrepreneur magazine's deputy editor. She previously worked at Entertainment WeeklyArchitectural Digest and Fast Company. Follow her on Twitter @stephschomer.

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He Asked His Team How to Avoid Layoffs. Their Response Thrilled Him.

Before making a tough decision that impacts your team's future, Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price has a simple suggestion: Ask them for advice. It worked for him.

See the Work Spaces of the Blanket Business Encouraging Employees to Take Midday Naps

Bearaby makes weighted blankets to help its customers sleep better. To help its employees work (and live) better, the company embraces a flexible schedule that celebrates snoozing.

Zola's Company Culture, Before and After the Pandemic

In 2020, just before the pandemic, we photographed the staff of Zola in their New York office. One year later, we checked back in to see how they're doing -- at home.

How Sweeten Built Trust Into the Home Renovation Process

Home renovation startup Sweeten created trust as the foundation of its business -- and now it has $1.5 billion worth of work in its pipeline.

Can Small Businesses Solve Big Problems?

Julia Collins, founder and CEO of Planet FWD, is out to solve climate change...with snack food. Her journey is a lesson on the small steps toward big impact.

Every Solution This Founder Created Led Her to a Bigger (More Impactful) Problem to Solve

PopCom founder and CEO Dawn Dickson started out selling shoes to women, and ended up making over the vending machine industry with smart technology.

Millennials Can't Get Enough of This Tableware Brand

Kathryn Duryea didn't want Ikea dishes, and she didn't want fancy china. And she bet other people her age felt the same.

How These Teen Sisters Make $20 Million a Year

Da Bomb Bath started as a hobby when Caroline and Isabel Bercaw were in middle school. Six years later, their products are sold nationwide.

The Best Way to Start a Business Isn't With Finances ... It's With Your Own Frustration

Two moms started a business when they saw a problem with the kids' clothing market. Their solution is now the booming clothing brand Primary.

Drew Barrymore Grew Her Lifestyle Brand and Started a New Venture in the Middle of a Pandemic. Here's How She Did It.

Actress and entrepreneur Drew Barrymore runs a lifestyle brand, a production company, and she launched a daily talk show during the pandemic. What are her tricks to making it all work? She'll get back to you.

First Ask Customers What They Want. Then Build Your Product

That's how Christine Schindler turned a raw technology into a popular tool to make restaurants safer.

How to Hire for Talent, Not Geography

It can be done successfully, but there are nuances to consider when rethinking your recruiting and hiring process.

What Business Will Look Like in the Year 2030

We checked in with Mauro Guillén, a leading sociologist and economist, to find out.

Why Radical Transparency (With Staff and Customers) Is Good for Business

During the pandemic, entrepreneurs shared information like never before. That's not going away.

How Sundial Brands Built an Authentic Social Mission

Community Engagement is about more than just social media interactions. Cara Sabin, CEO of Sundial Brands, offers advice on being relevant today - and tomorrow.

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