Helping Others

10 Companies That Are Doing Good While Doing Well

These companies are not only successful but are helping others succeed, too.

Entrepreneur Staff

· 6 min read

The 4 Ways Associations Can Help Franchisees

While independent franchisee associations can be viewed as confrontational, when all involved parties get talking, the groups can be a collaborative source of support and education.

Stephanie Schomer

· 4 min read

How Entrepreneurship Is Helping to Save Puerto Rico

After Hurricane Maria savaged Puerto Rico, a man named Jesse Levin used what he'd learned as an entrepreneur and applied it to disaster relief. And it worked.

Andy Isaacson

· 15+ min read

Giving Back Is How Your Startup Changes the World

A vision company with vision goes beyond 'buy-one, give-one,' to create a self-sustaining diagnostic and education program.

Jennifer Spencer

· 5 min read

This Is the Single Most Important Thing You Can Do as an Entrepreneur

The most satisfying thing you can do as an entrepreneur is to offer help to others.

Murray Newlands

· 4 min read

Rose Leadem

· 2 min read

When Burn Victims Needed Help Most This Tech Company Stepped Up

An international company with a commitment to helping people set the standard for corporate humanitarian responsibility.

Sherry Gray

· 4 min read

7 Companies Empowering You to Give Gifts That Give Back

Not only do these seven companies make cool products, your purchases give back to communities in need.

Darrah Brustein

· 4 min read

4 Psychological Triggers That Make People Like and Share Content

Either they truly support your cause, or they just want to look good.

Mike Taylor

· 12 min read

Rose Leadem

· 4 min read

Giving Feedback Is Far Better Than Giving an iPad. Just Sayin'.

Helping others to be the best they can be is the best gift you could ever give.

Jim Joseph

· 4 min read

Try This Exercise in Giving to Grow and Strengthen Your Network

An experiment in making no-strings-attached offers to help friends and acquaintances yielded huge returns, not least a lot of good will.

Darrah Brustein

· 4 min read