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July 2016

July 2016

Entrepreneur | July 2016
July 2016
Entrepreneur Magazine

What's Taking Boulder's Pot Industry to Great Heights

In the past year alone, Colorado saw a 40 percent high.

3 Expert Tips to Lowering Your Insurance Costs

Here's how you can reduce your company's insurance costs.

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The Don't-Be-a-Schmuck Guide to Rescheduling

Yes, it happens to everyone, but there's a right way and a wrong way to go about it.

Travel Agencies Are Seeing a Boom -- and This Franchise Knows Why

Learn how Rob Steinfeld and Dean Hanson set up a franchise and joined the unexpected travel boom.

This Daiquiri Franchise Does One Simple Thing to Stand Apart

Why this successful psychologist left for a future in the bar business.

How a Snail Mail Startup Bust Shaped One Serial Entrepreneur

Learn how an engineer learned the value before building the product.

These 5 Clever Packaging Ideas Will Inspire You

With a little investment, you can make every purchase more memorable. Here's what five companies did to customize their containers.

What This Casket Maker Learned from Honda, Tesla and Steve Jobs

Former auto designer Joseph Ledinh knows he's in a grim business. But that's why it's so exciting.

Wages or Commissions? This 3-Step System Helps You Decide.

When you offer salary and commission, you're motivating your sales team while minimizing the chances that they'll feel disgruntled and underpaid.

Want to Save Money on Equipment? Consider this Solution.

A marketplace matches cash-strapped startups with financing and leasing companies so they can build out their businesses.

To Secure Your Company's Financial Future, Do This

Until you really understand your spending, you'll never be financially secure.

Three New Tools Savvy Entrepreneurs Shouldn't Ignore

Hesitant to spend $300 for a pair of headphones? We've got an alternative.

How One Company Made Reporting Expenses Less of a Hassle

Learn how this growing haircare company tamed an unruly issue.

Why This Company Decided Not to Hide its Biggest 'Weakness'

Sometimes a startup's perceived weakness is really its biggest asset.

4 Tips for Keeping that New Hire

Hiring is a huge financial investment. Make sure you protect it.

The Best Bars to Meet with a VC (Slideshow)

From San Francisco to New York, here's a list of of the best bars to meet with your investor.

Closing a Deal at a Bar? This Research Can Help.

Rule No. 1: Get to the bar early, so you control who sits where.

The Best Bars for Brainstorming, Recruiting and More (Slideshow)

From closing the deal to staffing your startup, here's a list of bars across the U.S. suitable for any business transaction.

Taking Clients Out for Cocktails? Our Cheatsheet Will Impress Them.

Match your drink to the moment with this cheat sheet from mixologist Josh Curtis, bar director at Los Angeles' Hanglider Bar.

A Trip to Nairobi Inspired This One-of-a-Kind Company

Traveling can spark unexpected businesses. Cherae Robinson started hers by partying in Nairobi.

This Couple Trusted Their Gut to Reinvent an Organic Grocery Store

Learn how this couple built Lucky's Market, one of the country's most beloved (and weirdest) grocery chains.

You'll Never Regret This Business Investment

Entrepreneur's editor-in-chief recalls the time she fell in love with a work of art and what it taught her.

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