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15 Young Founders Rethinking Everything From Artificial Intelligence to Carbon Removal, Sustainable Fashion to...Pizza!
Our definitive list of the up-and-comers to watch this year.
It reminds me that I can depend on myself to pull through, no matter how hard things get.
As the franchise industry works to diversify its ranks, these brands have taken the lead—helping people from underrepresented groups achieve their franchising dreams.
What's It Like to Be the First U.S. Franchisee for a Successful International Franchise? This Miami Entrepreneur Is Finding Out.
Sergio Aguirre signed up to be the first stateside franchisee for the successful laundry franchise, Mr Jeff.
When This Dog Training Company Went Off-Course, The Owner Took a Time-Out. Here's How He Got It Back on All Fours.
Zoom Room CEO Mark Van Wye found the value of stepping back to reassess.
As the economy shifts, ask yourself these four questions.
The change took some time, but it's been transformative for my business—and it's easier than it sounds.
Six entrepreneurs talk about finding the line between being vulnerable, and unsettling your team.
Hint: It's not Silicon Valley or New York City.
Women and Minorities Getting Rejected for Business Loans Is a Huge Problem. This Franchise Tried a New Training Program, and Now It Has a 100% Approval Rate for Diverse Franchisees.
Here's how you can replicate their success.
Founder Amy Nelson Was Madly Pulling a Pandemic Pivot When... the FBI Showed Up at Her Door With Guns, Seized Her Money, and Told her Husband he was the Target of a Criminal Investigation
Nelson built a successful women's coworking company, The Riveter, before it all came crashing down. This is her story, told in real-time.
The good news is... you're 99% of the way there.
When people ask questions, they're revealing what your value is to them.
These Co-Founders Are Using 'Quiet Confidence' to Flip the Script on Cutthroat Startup Culture and Make Their Mark on a $46 Billion Industry
Kevin Lee and Kevin Chanthasiriphan were raised with a set of values that, in many ways, directly conflict with those in the startup space -- but they're using that to their advantage and taking noodle brand Immi to the next level.