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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Crisis Management

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To lead through challenging times, Thoughtspot CEO Sudheesh Nair is making sure his team has more information than they need.
Crisis Management

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Crisis Management

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Franchises

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A father-daughter duo sees Real Property Managment as a way to create generational wealth.
Crisis Management

Male and Female Workers Are Experiencing COVID-19 Very Differently

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Social Media

Should You Call Out Your Copycat on Social Media?

It's a splashy way to defend your company, but can it actually help protect it?
Crisis Management

This Startup Is Taking On Amazon and Helping Bookstores Survive Lockdown

Bookshop.org founder and CEO Andy Hunter wanted to give indie booksellers a way to benefit from online sales. When those stores were forced to temporarily close their doors, his new platform became a lifeline. And he had to scale, fast.
Crisis Management

This Founder Wanted to Rethink Therapy. When Coronavirus Hit, She Rethought Her Business Model.

Ariela Safira built a space to deliver affordable, targeted mental healthcare. Before she could open her doors, her city entered quarantine. Here's how she redesigned her business to deliver care during the crisis.
Mental Health

How Jen Gotch's Mental Health Struggles Made Her a Better Leader

The founder and creative director of Ban.do wants to help her team, customers, and people everywhere prioritize their own wellness.
Franchises

How This Franchise CEO Learned to Lead By Making Mistakes

SpeedPro president and CEO Larry Oberly is haunted by some of his earliest missteps as a manager. But today, that's made him a better boss.
Franchises

Why This Entrepreneur Left Tesla to Open a Tech Repair Franchise

Minhthe Nguyen used to be an overworked Silicon Valley engineer. Now, as a uBreakiFix franchisee, he's still overworked -- but happier than ever.
My First Moves

How the Founder of Year & Day Made Millennials Love Tableware

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

How Stitch Fix CEO Katrina Lake Learned to Embrace Her Power

The founder of the $2 billion business shares how she's grown as a leader, how she pays it forward, and how she handles bad news.
Women Entrepreneurs

By Listening to Her Customers, This Entrepreneur Found a Larger Audience -- And a Greater Mission

Michelle Kennedy launched the Peanut app to help moms. But now, the app is out to help all women.
My First Moves

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By starting at the bottom, Lara Merriken got a quick education to food-product sales and marketing.