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Here are the companies that represent the problem-solving, void-filling, consumer-driven landscape of entrepreneurship today.
Pitching to a venture capitalist? Be ready to answer questions about these three topics.
Tropical Smoothie Cafe franchisee Brad Shellen proves that, in franchising, creativity counts.
Casper is putting bad customer experiences and outdated models and materials to rest.
While his employees performed community services, the restaurant owner performed a charitable act of his own.
Form builders can be powerful small-business tools.
When it comes to tracking your food from the restaurant to your door, Bringg delivers.
Blo, an international franchise, attracted the attention of Gwyneth Paltrow and others.
The future is now.
Here's what you need to know about starting a loyalty program that keeps customers coming back.
Make these apps work for you, in areas like travel, money, communications and more.
The new bank and app are proving that artistry and finance are not mutually exclusive.
Once in the minority, multi-unit franchisees control more than 75 percent of franchised restaurants.
Luxury handbag maker Dagne Dover has seen more than $1 million in direct-to-consumer sales through its online store.
The good, the bad and the bottom line of community involvement.
A look at the latest tools for your marketing kit.
Created by IPsoft, the virtual agent avatar can absorb in seconds the same instruction manuals that human employees spend weeks memorizing.
Coke and Pepsi, look out. Zevia has its eye on you.
The days of talking to all of your devices are closer than you think.
AnyPerk aims to 'enable happiness' through a variety of incentives.
Check out what's taking crowdfunding to a new level.
The frogImpact program creates design-centric solutions for issues in health care, disaster relief and more.
A TV-based caregiving platform keeps the elderly in touch
Nothing hip and sexy about sustainable and recycled fabrics? Guess again.
A pair of seasoned tech workers are helping to solve a $165 billion problem.
Bigger, stronger, faster: FanDuel is fantasy sports on steroids.
A startup goes the extra mile to help travelers in Europe plan routes.
As travelers turn to Twitter to complain about airline snafus and hotel hiccups, businesses are staffing up their social media teams.