Entrepreneur Magazine: March 2020

Featured Article

Tracee Ellis Ross Spent 10 Years Building Pattern, Her Hair Care Brand

The actress and entrepreneur has learned that to be successful, the message is as important as the product.

Small Businesses Are Now Hiring Apprentices. Should You?

The old plumber and electrician trainee model has been reimagined for the new world -- and could be exactly what a startup needs.

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How Stitch Fix CEO Katrina Lake Learned to Embrace Her Power

The founder of the $2 billion business shares how she's grown as a leader, how she pays it forward, and how she handles bad news.

"When?" is the Most Important Question for Entrepreneurs. (The Answer: Now?)

When do you launch? When do you act? When do you change? The cofounder of Square has answers.

When a Company Outgrows Its Founders: How a Little Breakfast Chain Plans to Go Big

Eggs Up Grill is a quirky, homegrown, Southeast breakfast chain. With new owners and a mandate to grow, the brand has a delicate balance to strike.

My First Business Died - But It Helped Make My Next Company a Success

When government policies and decisions killed my buzzy New York startup, I learned to build a better (and more sustainable) operation.

How to Find New Customers for an Old Product

Having a successful product or service is a big win. But keeping it top of mind for consumers (and winning new ones) can be a challenge.

How the Founder of Year & Day Made Millennials Love Tableware

Kathryn Duryea didn't want Ikea dishes, and she didn't want fancy china. And she bet other people her age felt the same.

How This Former Submarine Officer Learned to Lead Under Pressure

As a young Navy officer, Rick Stollmeyer made some mistakes. Now, as CEO of Mindbody, he's learned to make more considered decisions.