Entrepreneur Magazine: December 2020

Featured Article

How Zoom Won 2020 by Meeting a Surge of Demand

CEO Eric Yuan never expected the business tool to become a social lifeline. But by focusing on fundamentals, the brand rose to the occasion.

Why 2020 Made Us All Better Entrepreneurs

It's been a hard year. But also a good year. Why? Because we were forced to make change.

He Asked His Team How to Avoid Layoffs. Their Response Thrilled Him.

Before making a tough decision that impacts your team's future, Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price has a simple suggestion: Ask them for advice. It worked for him.

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How Sundial Brands Built an Authentic Social Mission

Community Engagement is about more than just social media interactions. Cara Sabin, CEO of Sundial Brands, offers advice on being relevant today - and tomorrow.

How Michael J. Fox Stays Optimistic Even When Times Are Tough

After a hard year for everyone, the beloved actor has some advice: No matter the circumstances, optimism is possible.

Why Radical Transparency (With Staff and Customers) Is Good for Business

During the pandemic, entrepreneurs shared information like never before. That's not going away.

Smart Algae. Underwater Drones. An Internet for Mars. How Hypergiant Is Inventing for the Future.

It's not easy to build the stuff for tomorrow when you also have to run a sustainable business today. Inside the crazy world of Hypergiant, an ambitious company that's figuring it out.

Underrepresented Communities Are Building Their Own Funding Networks - and Thriving

Forget seats at the table. Now's the time to build a completely new table.

3 Ways to Turn Your Brand into a Movement

Little Spoon's Lisa Barnett has a strategy to turn customers into fans. It starts by reframing what your company stands for.

How to Hire for Talent, Not Geography

It can be done successfully, but there are nuances to consider when rethinking your recruiting and hiring process.

First Ask Customers What They Want. Then Build Your Product

That's how Christine Schindler turned a raw technology into a popular tool to make restaurants safer.