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April 2016

Entrepreneur | April 2016
April 2016
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How Giphy Became the Internet's Go-To Gif Brand

Giphy is taking on the biggest, weirdest branding challenge online today: How to become the go-to company for a new kind of internet culture.

Why Silence Really Is Golden

Sometimes saying nothing speaks volumes.

5 Blueprints for Your Brand's Story

Investors like a good story, like everybody else.

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Why These 2 Similar Businesses Chose Different Approaches to Funding

Each chose different routes to funding, but the end result was the same: success.

How This Startup Raised a $1.7 Million Seed Round on Chicken-Less Eggs

Clara Foods figured out how to pitch a unique product without making investors balk. Read on to learn how they did it.

How One Infant's Obsession Led His Parents to a Booming Business

Lisa and Eric Greenwald created a totally new kind of jewelry for the mouths of babes.

These 100 Franchises Offer Home-Field Advantages

Check out the companies that let you work from your house -- or vehicle -- and rake it in.

Brand Reinvented: How 3 Companies Gave Their Products a Fresh Start

By changing fonts, colors and designs, these very different companies all got a new chance at success.

It's Time to Check Up on Your Insurance Policy

Rising premiums could be a problem for businesses, but that doesn't mean companies can't provide for workers. Find out what options you have to remedy the issue.

8 Vital Training Steps for 'Treps, Pre-Launch

Running a business is a marathon, not a sprint. Like a race, entrepreneurs will flop without proper preparation.

How to Do Well With 3 Types of Do-Gooder Investors

It's possible, but you'll need to form the right purpose-driven business.

This Expert Explains When You Should Kill Your Project

By tracking three measurements of success, you'll have a better idea of whether your project is working -- or not.

How Drones Will Change Your Business

Chris Anderson, cofounder and CEO of drone maker 3D Robotics, explains.

How This Company Found the Solution for Its Site's Missing Links

HyperX cleared up its sales links -- and now it cleans up on sales.

How This Startup is Making Mobile App Development Easier

Gigster can find a developer ready to help you in 10 minutes or less.

At 19, This Maaco Franchisee Began His Steady Rise to the Top

A damaged Camaro led Brian Greenley, then a high school senior, to a career as a franchisee.

How One Entrepreneur Turned a Dance Trend Into a Glowing Empire

Brian Lim went to an electronic dance music club six years ago and was inspired to launch a line of rave accessories.

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