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Entrepreneur | July 2022
July 2022
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Odell Beckham Jr. Met His Business Partner At A Drake Concert. Now They're Rethinking What It Means to Be An Athlete-Turned-Entrepreneur

After years of building things behind the scenes, OBJ and his business partner Ajay Sangha are finally ready to talk business.

Are You Asking for Employee Feedback? If Not, Good Luck With Retention.

In a survey that Franchise Business Review conducted, over half of industry leaders admitted to never getting formal feedback from their teams. That's a giant missed opportunity for retaining talent.

Meats and Cheeses and Olives, Oh My! How this Veteran Launched a Successful Charcuterie Franchise

Kerry Sylvester started Graze Craze in Oklahoma well before charcuterie became a $378 million industry.

When This Couple Opened a MassageLuxe in an Underserved Black Community, They Realized Their Business Was About Self-Care in More Ways Than One

Michelle and Karim Kameka discovered their mission was as much about the people they hired as the people they served.

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How to Keep Workplace Relationships Drama-Free: Advice from Family-Run Franchises

The personal and professional are never entirely separate. But learning how to balance the two can make for a lasting, successful business. Ask the folks who run businesses with the people they know best.

This Entrepreneur Grew His Tow Boat Business by Sponsoring Little League Games

Sometimes, to impress your target audience, you've got to spend a little where they spend their time.

What Does It Take to Be Sustainable, For Real? The Founder of this Pet Food Brand Sweat Every C02 Molecule to Find Out.

Building a truly eco-friendly company is hard, and expensive, but to Shine Pet Food's founder Sandra Bosben, it was worth it.

This Cult-Favorite Pottery Brand Was Founded by the Great-Grandson of Henri Matisse. Now, Its Factory Is an Experiment in Equitable Labor Practices.

In Asheville, North Carolina. East Fork makes pretty, durable dinnerware. But its progressive culture and policies have made it a regional leader in manufacturing. Here's what it's like to work there.

Want to See the Future? Six Founders Share Their Secrets for Making Savvy Business Predictions

Entrepreneurs need to know what's coming, or at least make their best guess. Here, six founders explain how they work their crystal ball.

"There's Often No Right Answer": A Famous Economist Explains the Smartest Way to Tackle Life's "Wild Problems"

Russ Roberts knows that some of life's most important questions can't be quantified. But he has some ideas on how to try.

This Couple Escaped Arranged Marriages in Pakistan. Now They Run a Brooklyn Shoe Brand Whose Revenue Went From $1.8M to $12M in Just 2 Years.

When Sidra Qasim and Waqas Ali landed in the U.S. not knowing a word of English, they had no idea how far their entrepreneurial journey would take them.

The Burgeoning Psychedelics Industry Is Full of Money and Good Intentions. But Can It Avoid All Of Cannabis's Mistakes?

There's a tipping point for every new industry. Psychedelics professionals are moving slowly, with caution, to be sure they tip in the right direction.

Stop Applying Old Methods to New Problems. It's Time to Start From Scratch.

It's scary to wipe the slate clean, and start over. But sometimes, trying to build on what you've done before can hold you back.

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