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Stephanie Schomer

Stephanie Schomer

Entrepreneur Staff
Deputy Editor

About Stephanie Schomer

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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Ready For Anything

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Ready For Anything

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Paul Flick wants to serve a homeowner's every need -- which is why his company Premium Service Brands is always expanding.
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Why This Oakland Cop Became a Subway Franchisee

Kiesha Haggerty has found the two worlds to be surprisingly complementary.
Young Entrepreneur

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Grownup founders can learn plenty from their teenage counterparts.
Franchises

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The shaved-ice franchise focuses on community engagement to build year-round demand for the warm-weather treat.
Franchise Financing

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Industry vets offer up advice on finding the financial and lending partner that works for your business.

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Miller never saw herself as a 'woman' entrepreneur but recognizes that 'Somehow, the men get touted more than we do.'
Success Strategies

Three Creative Ways to Acquire Your First Customers

Don't know where your all-important first sale is coming from? Take advice from these entrepreneurs and think outside the box.

This Founder Built a National Business By Helping Kids Get Into College

Neha Gupta's College Shortcuts helps kids and parents navigate the paperwork and stress of college admissions.

Minted Grew From a Stationery Brand to a Global Design Platform. Here's How.

By listening to her community and reacting quickly, Mariam Naficy built a business bigger than her wildest visions.

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