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Entrepreneur | June 2017
June 2017
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What Gary Vaynerchuk Learned by Experimenting on Himself

Gary Vaynerchuk is half man, half brand, half digital experiment. And somehow, that all adds up.

When 'Doing Good' Isn't Good Enough

After a social entrepreneur's product flops, he learns an important lesson about the value of a strong product.

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Meet the Matchmaker for the Restaurant Industry

A recruiting firm founder knows a new job can change everything -- even for her franchisees.

The One Question You Must Be Prepared to Answer When Pitching Investors

It's a weirdly hard question to answer, especially when pitching your company.

Famed Actor Alan Alda on the Secrets to Better Communication

In his new book, 'If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on My Face?,' the M*A*S*H star examines the science behind why we connect, why we don't and why listening is the best sales strategy.

Going Inside the Kickstarter Office

At Kickstarter's Brooklyn headquarters -- a former pencil factory with tons of natural sunlight --125 employees take turns hosting seminars, screenings and book club.

After Fleeing Iran, This Entrepreneur Is Living the American Dream

Since escaping Iran, Nick Nasrollahi is now part-owner of seven Checkers locations.

The Most Brilliant Business Ideas

Check out some of our favorites from Entrepreneur's 'Brilliant Ideas' series in the magazine.

Businesses Disrupting Industries With Their Brilliant Ideas -- And What You Can Learn From Them

In our 'Brilliant Ideas' series in the June issue of Entrepreneur, we asked entrepreneurs how they are turning their business idea into a reality.

14 Leaders Share Their Inspirational Advice on Starting a Business

Check out inspirational advice from entrepreneurs, leaders and scientists on how to get your business off the ground and make it a success.

Don't Be Afraid to Embrace Boring Ideas

Kikkerland's annual design competition results in an unexpected bestseller.

Why Women-Only Coworking Spaces Are on the Rise

In a growing crop of single-sex co-working spaces, women are harnessing community, inspiration and success.

The Website That Is Helping Companies Find Diverse Talent

Diversity-hiring platform Jopwell debunks the 'pipeline problem.'

Ellevest's Investing Platform Knows How to Speak to Women

Founded by Sallie Krawcheck, a Wall Street vet, the platform understands women's way of investing their money is different than how men do it.

For Entrepreneurs, Venture Capital Is Not Always the Best Option

Entrepreneurs get creative about funding their businesses -- and maintaining control of their vision.

Why MailChimp's Insane Fake Ad Campaign Paid Off

The company's 'Did You Mean MailChimp?' helped the email marketing platform reach 334 million people.

How 6 Business Titans Created a Thriving Team

As the host of podcast Masters of Scale, Reid Hoffman asks everyone from Mark Zuckerberg to Sara Blakely what it takes to build a successful company.

Want to Get Better at Networking? Think Smaller.

To expand their professional networks, entrepreneurs are seeking smaller and smaller crowds.

Dig Into 2017: The Top Food-Based Franchises of the Year

While the franchise model has expanded into almost every type of business imaginable, franchises based around food remain an industry cornerstone.

The 3-Step Approach for Testing Out Your Business Idea

Here's how to learn the most from your potential customers and get honest feedback.

Gearing Up: When Will Robots Finally Take Over the Fast-Food Business?

Fast-food franchises often get a bad rap for being slow to change, but this time they find themselves in the unique position of being among the first in the food-service realm to make a major investment in automation.

Pitching Your Business to a Journalist? Here's What Works.

Yes, a pitch can lead to a story -- you just need to know how to get our attention.

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