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Entrepreneur | April 2018
April 2018
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Turning Rejection Into Triumph: How Sarah Michelle Gellar and Her Co-Founders Built a New Baking Brand

As an actor, Sarah Michelle Gellar was used to rejection and uphill battles, but co-founding her startup, Foodstirs, has been a challenge like no other.

How an Interior Designer Draws Strength From Her Grandfather's Former Church

When times get tough, this entrepreneur turns to the past for help.

Can Colleges Teach People How to Franchise?

Long neglected by business schools, franchising is finally gaining a foothold in the world of higher ed. But will students follow?

The 4 Ways Associations Can Help Franchisees

While independent franchisee associations can be viewed as confrontational, when all involved parties get talking, the groups can be a collaborative source of support and education.

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A Buzzing Business: How These Entrepreneurs Turned a Longtime Annoyance Into Successful Careers in Pest Control

Mosquito Joe franchisees Kurt and Melissa Godwin share how their second career helped create a better work-life balance for them.

How This Franchisor Found Sweet Success With an Ice Cream Experiment

Creamistry's Jay Yim took a crazy experiment in his garage and grew it into a global ice cream brand.

Founders Share How They Survived a Major Crisis -- and What They Learned From It

From a client taking their company hostage to a competitor smearing their product, entrepreneurs share how they got through awful situations.

After 90 Meetings in 90 Days, These Founders Finally Found Their Customer

After creating a potentially groundbreaking solution, two founders weren't sure whom to sell it to.

Inside Shopify's Intoxicating Distillery-Turned-Office Space

The ecommerce platform's headquarters was formerly a Seagram's distillery -- and the building's history is still showcased and celebrated.

Scaling Your Company to Always Serve Your Customers

Research shows customers are increasingly fickle. And as companies grow, founders tend to forget that.

Why You Need to Always Be Questioning Yourself

We should always be asking: Why am I doing this? And can I do it better?

How Entrepreneurship Is Helping to Save Puerto Rico

After Hurricane Maria savaged Puerto Rico, a man named Jesse Levin used what he'd learned as an entrepreneur and applied it to disaster relief. And it worked.

Rising Stars: The Top 100 New Franchises to Keep Your Eyes On

These companies may be new to the scene, but they are already giving the big guys a run for their money with innovative models, marketing methods and menus.

Ask These 3 Questions to Determine Where to Spend Your Marketing Dollars

Stretching your marketing dollars is imperative, especially when there aren't that many marketing dollars to stretch.

How Small Startups Can Profit From Competitor's Woes

With the right mix of speed, timing and guts, smart founders can profit hugely from their much, much, much larger rivals' misfortune.

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