Entrepreneur magazine
September 2015

September 2015

Entrepreneur | September 2015
September 2015
Entrepreneur Magazine

Meet the Young Millionaires of 2015

What's interesting to note about our Young Millionaires for 2015 is that their age is of minimal consequence. Rather, it's their potential for long-term viability that stands out.

7 Lessons From Entrepreneurs Who Kept Their Day Jobs While Starting Their Businesses

The insight you gain while working for someone else can mean the difference between a successful entrepreneurial enterprise and one that fizzles.

How One Man Is Helping Businesses Reach More Customers With Cost-Effective, Inclusive Products

Inclusion Solutions creates a line of products to increase accessibility for the disabled population while keeping costs down for businesses.

10 Industries Benefiting From Incubators

From art and music to food and weed, these hatcheries are giving startups in niche industries room to grow.

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This Ag-Tech Incubator Offers Both Independence and Assistance

The Michigan-based launchpad offers a three-year program that lets farmers work in their own space while learning from others.

How One Incubator Is Using Behavioral Science to Encourage the Products Customers Really Want

Based out of Duke University, the Startup Lab wants companies to consider customer behavior in the design and the features of their products.

This Incubator Is Helping Cannabis Businesses Blaze a Trail Forward in a Budding Industry

Green Labs Denver offers marijuana-focused startups help on sales strategy, pitches, legal advice and more.

Greentown Labs Gives Green Energy Startups the Green Light

This incubator helps green energy companies avoid going into the red.

This Culinary Launchpad Is One of Only a Handful in Existence

KitchenCru in Portland, Ore. is a palatable option for food businesses.

The Project Music Accelerator Gives Music-Minded Entrepreneurs a Note-Worthy Education

The Tennessee-based boot camp program hits all the high notes for industry hopefuls and pulls strings to help them get started.

This Albuquerque Launchpad Lets Biotech Companies Take On a Life of Their Own

The BioScience Center encourages companies to stay for three years at below-market rates or in exchange for a percentage of equity.

Art and Design Get a New Launchpad Opportunity with New Inc Incubator

Technology incubators have traditionally underserved artists and designers, but New Inc is changing that, 100 members at a time.

This Launchpad For Outdoor Activewear Practices What It Preaches

The C21 Accelerator in California works proactively with companies that promote active lifestyles.

Inside the Smart Game of Late Fundraising Rounds

Late-stage capital is more common now. Here are 3 reasons why.

When Millionaires Make Mistakes

The Young Millionaires of 2015 share what they've learned from their mistakes and failures.

How One Company Is Mining Big Data to Fight Diabetes

Glooko's diabetes-management platform allows patients and doctors more information, and investors are interested.

When to Upgrade From IT Staff to CIO

The two acronyms have different responsibilities. Find out which position is right for your company.

Why a High School Dropout's Staffing Company Is in a Class of Its Own

Taso Du Val's Toptal helps businesses find the software know-how they need.

uBeam's Wireless Technology Aims to Kill the Power Cord

With ultrasonic waves, the newest innovation in powering up charges ahead.

3 Must-Haves For Your Company Website

An expert explains the essential elements for any business webpage.

6 Secrets About the Human Brain That Will Make You a Better Marketer

Knowing how the mind processes information and images can help you send the right message.

How This Company Wants to Be the Warby Parker of Shoes

M.Gemi brings affordable Italian luxury directly to the shoe-obsessed.

Don't Beat 'Em, Join 'Em: Why Brewing Together Works Better in the Craft Beer Industry

Craft brewers' cooperative thinking fosters a spirit of collaboration and creates a powerful bloc that shows steady growth.

How to Make Debt Work For You

Taking on debt comes down to its cost of capital and how you plan to use your borrowed funds.

The Truth About Work-Life Balance

Defining and understanding the kind of life you want to lead is the first step to making it happen.

How Franchises Are Democratizing Luxury

With affordable pricing, convenient locations and online scheduling systems, franchising is making health and beauty services accessible to all.

What Your Travel Experience Will Look Like in the Not-So-Distant Future

High-tech travel innovations are coming your way. We take a look at the latest developments.

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