Entrepreneur magazine
May 2015

May 2015

Entrepreneur | May 2015
May 2015
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6 Lies They Teach in Business School

Sometimes, the lessons you learn from life experience contradict the ones you learned in the classroom.

How to Succeed in Franchising Your Business

The most successful franchises have a few strengths and strategies in common. Here's how they play to win.

How One Entrepreneur Hit Rock Bottom Then Climbed to the Top

After taking on the nightclub business in the 1970s, including creating the legendary Studio 54, Ian Schrager turned to hotels.

These 101 Franchises Are the Best of the Best

From auto repair or sandwich making, these franchises rank at the top of their industry categories.

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The Boss Is Dating an Employee. Now What?

Any owner, CEO or manager needs to tread very carefully when becoming romantically involved with an employee.

This App Wants to Be Your One-Stop Shop for Hotel Services

To streamline the hotel experience, MobileSuites might be worth checking out.

Meet the Man Who Started the First-Ever Property Management Franchise

Kirk McGary decided to leap into uncharted waters and franchise his company in 2005.

Scents and Sensibility: How This Historic Perfumery Is Innovating

A 400-year-old company blends perfumes -- and business practices -- old and new

What to Look For When Hiring Your First Employees

Your startup's initial employees can make or break the place. Choose wisely.

Business Travelers: Is Loyalty Dead?

Airline and hotel loyalty programs have undergone some significant changes in the last few years.

Why This Insurer Wants You to Wear a Health Tracker

Wearable tech meets rewards at a growing health insurance company.

Mmmm, Crickets: How Exo Protein Bars Found Its Wings

Two entrepreneurs are singing the praises of cricket-based protein bars.

6 Recent Marketing Campaigns That Were Pretty Awesome

Learn why these campaigns worked and where their success was noticeable.

How Nature's Beauty Led This L.A. Art House to Blossom

Natural Curiosities creates wall art, furniture and other pieces sold to major retailers and the interior design trade.

Is Your Business Idea Too Weird for a VC?

If your business doesn't firmly fit the mold, don't be discouraged.

How to Protect Your Company From Your Business Partner's Divorce

Make sure problems in one partner's personal life don't wreak professional havoc.

How a Data-Driven Meal Delivery Service Cooks Up Exactly What Customers Want

With help from some San Francisco-based software, Munchery can track customers' order histories and preferences. The results taste like success.

How Product Hunt Rose to the Top

The website attracts hundreds of thousands of readers monthly. Find out why.

Meet Y Combinator's Bold Whiz Kid Boss

Sam Altman is redefining the venture capital firm's identity and making bold moves. After one year on the job, has his strategy paid off?

How to Buy a Business With Seller Financing

A look at when seller financing makes sense and how to vet the deal.

Why Entrepreneurs are Shepherds of Renaissance

Entrepreneur's editor-in-chief Amy Cosper proves why her degree in art history is relevant in business journalism, and why relevance is imperative in business.

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