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March 2015

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March 2015

Entrepreneur | March 2015
March 2015
Entrepreneur Magazine

A Winning Personality: Why Ambiverts Make Great Entrepreneurs

Ambiverts are individuals with characteristics of both introverts and extroverts. Could this balance equip them to be superior business leaders?

The Anatomy of a Winning Business Pitch

Here's a breakdown of what a pitch includes and why it works, using a real-life example. Read and learn.

How a Federal Agent Helped a Struggling Taco Restaurant Turn a Profit

Audra De Vera's investigative skills helped her solve the mystery of why the taco joint wasn't doing well. Then, she fixed it.

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Create Value -- Not Just Buzz -- For Your Customers

Too many startups neglect the most important goal: determining why someone would want to buy what they're selling.

5 Tips for Leading Millennials

Take these steps to connect with the newest generation in the workforce.

3 Steps to the Perfect 3-Minute Pitch

Whether you're looking for partners, investors or guidance, you need to be able to communicate a succinct summary of your startup's value.

Food With Thought: How One Franchise Is Making the World a Better Place Through Sandwiches

The founder of Dallas-based franchise Which Wich is proving that a simple PB&J can make a big difference.

Financing Face-Off: Debt vs. Equity

One offers more money while the other allows for more control. The Money Guy breaks down the pros and cons of each option.

The 3 Steps to Creating a Mission Statement

One professional offers his three-step plan for crafting a mission statement for your business.

Fed Up With Bad Bouquets, These Friends Created the 'Etsy for Flowers'

Business is blooming for three friends who started BloomNation, a marketplace for locally designed, hand-delivered floral arrangements.

Why Being the Beta Chief Is Better Than Being the Alpha Chief

One expert proposes that the most effective leaders demonstrate authority through collaboration.

Why Market Research Matters

A data specialist offers insights for startups.

How to Determine Your PTO Policy

Consider these four factors when deciding what your policy is for paid-time-off.

Social Analytics: How Necessary Are They?

Our resident 'geek' tells us if social media analytics add up to business success.

How This Company Is Helping Entrepreneurs Use 3-D Printing

Armed with a 3-D printer, this company helps entrepreneurs bring their dreams to life.

Are Paid Referrals Worth the Cost?

A look at the value of paid referrals and advisers and the difference between ethics and compliance.

How This Entrepreneur Reworked His Business Idea in the Face of Financial Armageddon

While a key aspect of his plan changed, City Winery founder Michael Dorf achieved his original goal: to build a place where people could eat, drink and enjoy an intimate concert experience.

What Leadership Is -- And What It Is Not

Great leaders inspire and create meaningful, lasting opportunities and new ways of thinking. They believe in change. They have an impact on the future.

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