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January 2020

January 2020

Entrepreneur | January 2020
January 2020
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In His Own Words: Mark Wahlberg's Secret to Success

The actor and entrepreneur's greatest business asset is his own diligence.

9 Ways to Supercharge Your Morning Routine

Whether with celery juice or a sports podcast, these 9 founders found a new way to start the day.

To Save His Company, This Founder Turned to Congress (and Won!)

No matter how big the fight, don't underestimate the power of making your voice heard.

Growing Up in the Soviet Union Taught This Founder to be Resourceful

By spotting opportunity in limitations, she learned to create her own success.

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What It's Like Inside Wayfair

The home goods retailer's HQ proves that cozy spaces can create strong collaboration.

This Founder Built a $1 Billion Brand ... By Giving Away $5 Gift Cards

By getting scrappy, Grove Collaborative's Stuart Landesberg learned big lessons.

How Edible Arrangements Is Embracing a New Kind of 'Edible'

What once seemed like a threat to Tariq Farid's business is now a huge opportunity.

6 Decisions That Could Change Your Business

Founders share the one choice that altered their company's path.

Larabar's Founder Stocked Shelves at Whole Foods to Learn About Retail

By starting at the bottom, Lara Merriken got a quick education to food-product sales and marketing.

Ayesha Curry Has Built a Business Empire -- and She's Still Learning

The entrepreneur turned a YouTube channel into a lifestyle brand, including a book, restaurants, and TV gigs. Her guiding principle: Treat every step as an education.

MeUndies' Founder Went to Prison and Befriended a Bank Robber. It Was Great for Business.

Relationships and lessons learned behind bars helped drive the company's future success.

Are You Meeting (and Setting) Customers' Expectations?

To succeed, the value of what you offer must be greater than what people expect.

4 Steps to Growing Your Business Now

Did your growth stall in 2019? Here's how you can engineer a bigger, better year for your business.

#2 on the Franchise 500: Delivery and Booze Are Boosting Taco Bell's Sales

The #2 company on our Franchise 500 list is now looking to find its next big success overseas.

5 Ways a Franchise Can Grow Fast

Learn from the ways these franchises boosted their bottom lines.

How Wahlburgers Finds Success Through Feedback

By paying attention to what customers truly wanted, the food-service brand boosted business.

#1 on the Franchise 500: Even Without the 'Donuts', Dunkin' Takes the Cake

The #1 company on our Franchise 500 list has expanded what it's known for -- and grown its customer base.

Franchise 500: Our Definitive Ranking of 2020's Strongest Franchises

Get to know the year's top trends, toughest brands, and explore what might be your best opportunity.

#4 on the Franchise 500: How Sonic Drive-In Uses Artificial Intelligence to Improve Customer Service

The #4 company on our Franchise 500 list is learning from its customers -- and serving up exactly what they want.

#3 on the Franchise 500: McDonald's Had a Bumpy Year, But Still Leads in Innovation

The #3 company on our Franchise 500 list is betting on technology to drive future sales.

Why Millennials Make Great Franchisees -- And How to Recruit Them

An increasing amount of franchises are starting to realize the power of youth, and working to attract young and hungry franchisees.

Why Ghost Kitchens Are the Next Big Thing for Food-Service Franchises

As consumers embrace delivery services, restaurants are ditching their eat-in spaces -- and finding big savings.

Can Jon Taffer Fix Franchise Restaurants?

The Bar Rescue star is out to perfect food-service franchising with Taffer's Tavern, a low-cost, high-quality sous-vide concept.

Cryotherapy Franchises Are Hot. Can They Last?

Will the trend stick around like yoga, or will it dissipate like oxygen bars? The truth is, it might not matter.

#10 on the Franchise 500: How Technology and Takeout Are Saving Pizza Hut

The #10 company on our Franchise 500 list announced the closure of 500 dine-in locations, but it's found other ways to thrive.

#9 on the Franchise 500: At Culver's, Community is Key

The #9 company on our Franchise 500 list has built a culture that's obsessed with customer happiness.

#8 on the Franchise 500: By the End of 2020, Jersey Mike's Will Hit $2 Billion in Sales

The #8 company on our Franchise 500 list has seen explosive growth from existing franchisees opening new locations.

#7 on the Franchise 500: Planet Fitness Knows You Don't Want to Go to the Gym

The #7 company on our Franchise 500 list attracts first-time gym-goers with low prices and a shame-free environment.

#6 on the Franchise 500: Ace Hardware Is Fusing Online Sales With In-Person Service

The #6 company on our Franchise 500 list is still evolving after 95 years in business.

#5 on the Franchise 500: The UPS Store Meets Customers Where They Are

The #5 company on our Franchise 500 list has found new growth by opening smaller locations inside pharmacies, hotels, and military bases.

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