Entrepreneur magazine
September 1997

September 1997

Entrepreneur | September 1997
September 1997
Entrepreneur Magazine

E-mail Etiquette

Minding your manners when using e-mail pays off.

It's A Wrap

This fall, kids could turn the new cartoon series "Mummies Alive" into a licensee's dream.

Ask Me Anything

Answers to the most frequently asked patent questions.

The Front Lines

Catching up on news that affects homebased business owners.

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Jet Set

Need a more convenient way to fly? Share the ownership of a jet.

Big Deal

Landing the sole distribution rights for a foreign product.

Get The Bugs Out

Cure your computer's ills with anti-virus software.

Branching Out

Network computers offer a low-cost solution to your growing high-tech needs.

Survival Of The Fittest

Small manufacturers adapt to today's evolving markets.

In Season

Does your business suffer from seasonal slumps? Turn it to your advantage.

How To Build A Million-Dollar Business

Six hall-of-fame entrepreneurs tell how they did it--and how you can, too.

The Adams Principle

Dilbert creator expounds on how <i>not</i> to treat your employees.

A Real Toy Story

From wild-haired troll dolls to nostalgic teddy bears, Russ Berrie has the gift market all wrapped up.

Have Business Will Travel

Getting the biggest bang for your business-travel buck.

Financing Your Franchise

Use these resources to gather the capital to get started.

Online Banking

Use this new technology, and leave long bank lines behind.

Are You Covered?

Finding the right business insurance to weather any storm.

Unlocking The Door To Success

Take a shortcut to start-up by buying a turnkey business.

Tricks Of The Trade

Become an expert before becoming a business owner.

Budget Basics

Why your new business needs a formal budget from day one.

Who Are You?

Create a strong brand identity to make sure everyone knows.

Getting A Life

One entrepreneur's tale of trying to have it all.

The New Frontier

Franchising makes inroads worldwide.

Fire Starters

Want to capture readers' attention? Simple: Host a sales explosion.

To Your Health

Two bills offer a solution to businesses that can't afford standard health insurance.

For The Asking

How can you increase profits? Just ask your customers.

Test Flight

Woo new customers with a pilot project.

Money Talks

Endless market potential gives ESL entrepreneurs something to talk about.

Share The Wealth

Think the world of profit-sharing plans begins and ends with the 401(k)? Think again.

Tech It To The Streets

Technology zones are taking the country by storm.

Cutting The Cord

A look at digital cordless phones.

Off The Clock

Need an attorney? New fee structures offer alternatives to the billable hour.

Harvest Time

How to reap maximum benefits from a slow-growing product.

Creating a Strategic Plan for Growth

Before focusing on succession, develop a strategic plan for growing the company.

Hire Power

How to find the best employees in today's dwindling market.

Inspiration Points

Unmotivated employees could cost you your business.

Playing To Win

Get into the college tuition game now--or you could lose later.

Fortune Telling

Putting together financial projections that attract investors

Clean Machines

Anti-virus software is McAfee Associates' stock in trade.

Growing Up

A keen eye for small up-and-comers got this fund top marks from Morningstar.

Double Trouble

A new IRS proposal could mean more red tape--and higher taxes--for your partnership.

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