Entrepreneur Magazine: September 2020

Featured Article

Meet 12 Young Founders Who Are Disrupting the Way Business Is Done

Their innovative ideas are changing their industries - and making serious money.

It's Not About What You Do. It's About Why You Do It

Remember that when your world feels shaken.

3 Lessons on Launching From 3 Young, Early-Stage Founders

They know how to harness ideas - and fearlessly take action.

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Franchises

How Many Franchise Locations Should You Own?

5 multi-unit franchisees, ranging from 2 locations to 770, share their experience.

David Chang's Question to Entrepreneurs: Are You Doing Good or Bad?

The chef knows he's been successful but wants to make sure his work creates positive change, too.

4 New Apps to Help You Manage Your Inbox

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Why the Founders of Senreve Built a Fashion Brand in Silicon Valley

Fashion is all about insider status, but to truly innovate, these founders wanted to break away from the pack.

How This Parking-Spot App Beat Competitors... By Moving Slow

Under pressure to grow fast, the SpotHero CEO insisted on moving slow and steady

Brandless Has a New Owner, and a New Mission. Can It Save Itself?

It was a once-hot company with a bad business model, like many of its direct-to-consumer peers. Now it's back as a quieter company focused on slower growth. Is this what DTC needs?