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Ready for Growth: Tips for Managing a Larger Team

Keep these tips and tools in mind for fostering a productive, inspired workforce.

Unlock Productivity: 7 Clever Ways to Use Microsoft Office 365

Often overlooked tips for making the most of this popular software for your company.

5 Tips for Getting More Done During Your Work Day

Strategies for accomplishing more in less time.

3 Ways to Reduce Mistakes and Get Your Business on Track for Success

No business can run flawlessly all the time, but many common setbacks are avoidable.

Why (and How) to Track Your Company Vehicles

Fleet management and compliance solutions help business owners monitor and manage their vehicles and drivers – wherever they are.

3 Smart Things to Know Before Getting Started with AI

A quick primer on implementing smart tech to help you do your best work.

Recent Episodes

This episode features several rejected pitches and resilient founders.

This episode finds one entrepreneur admitting, 'I probably acted a little crazy, but I was really excited.'

The entrepreneurs in this week's episode include teenagers, felons and cancer survivors.

Many of the companies in this week's episode still have a lot left to prove.

Can these entrepreneurs convince the judges to invest in crowded fields like coffee and fashion?

This episode features some of the best pitches in the show's history.

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This episode of our weekly pitch show catches up with a pair of furniture founders from last season.

Project Grow

Pivots

What Taking My Company Into a Whole New Industry Has Taught Me About Being an Entrepreneur

Whatever the reason for the move, with good planning, you'll find ways to pull up stakes and make a home someplace completely foreign to you.
Elevator Pitch

Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch Season 3 Episode 3: Circus Act or Class Act?

Every founder who pitches on our weekly show has their own style. But the investors' decisions ultimately boil down to whether a business can scale.

How Working Moms Can Successfully Build a Side Hustle

Follow these tips from The Mom Creative blogger to stop feeling guilty and start getting organized.
Elevator Pitch

Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch Season 3 Episode 2: 'You Gotta Discuss It Right Now'

On our fast-paced pitch show, contestants have to be ready to open up to investors and viewers alike.
Entrepreneurs

Marc Benioff Reached Millionaire Status by Age 25 -- and 9 Other Things to Know About the Co-Founder of Salesforce

On Sunday, Benioff and his wife Lynne announced their $190 million purchase of Time magazine from Meredith Corp.
Inspiration

How a Photo Inspires This Record Company's CEO to Treat His Team Like Family

What keeps the CEO of Interscope Geffen A&M Records going? An old photo from his first big break.
Elevator Pitch

Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch Season 3 Episode 1: 'Is She Pitching Us?'

Our weekly pitch show is back, and the investor judges are looking for answers.
Freelancing

5 Signs Your Freelance Business Is Ready to Go Full-Time

If you really feel that freelancing is the right choice for you initially, take the leap and just do it.

How Sheryl Sandberg Inspired These Fashion Founders to Ditch Their Corporate Jobs and Launch a Startup

Alexa Buckley and Sarah Pierson had a plan in place -- it just didn't involve launching a startup. Here's how they found the guts to follow their passion and launch custom-fit shoe company Margaux.
Franchises

After Nearly Going Bankrupt, How Franchise Jersey Mike's Fought Back and Won

CEO Peter Cancro learned to prepare for the worst, which set him up for lasting success.
Brand Reputation

Nike's Colin Kaepernick Campaign: Bold Move or Brand Suicide?

There's no question that Nike's move to feature Kaepernick was a bold one. The real question is whether this will strengthen the Nike brand or wound it.
The Digest

The Women Behind Humm Kombucha Built Their Business By Getting People Addicted to Feeling Good

The brand started out on a kitchen table. Now its products can now be found in 9,000 stores, including Target, Costco and Walmart.
Celebrities

3 Lessons You Can Learn About Business from the World's Greatest Snowboarder

Snowboarding and running a business may not sound all that similar, but these three strategies from snowboarder Shaun White will help you run your business better.
Failure

How to Turn Rejection into Resiliency

Find out what you can do when you get turned down for your dream job, your business plan gets rejected, you don't land the promotion you wanted and other potential career deal-breakers.

How This Founder Bootstrapped an Office Furniture Company That Targeted What Other Furniture Companies Are Missing

Karen John's startup, Heartwork, creates sleek, functional office furniture. But before she launched, she had to focus her idea, support its development and ignore her family's advice.