Entrepreneur magazine
June 2021

June 2021

Entrepreneur | June 2021
June 2021
Entrepreneur Magazine

Some Franchises Prefer Recruits Who Want to Own More Than One Location. Here's Why.

We dig into four different companies to learn why they recruit franchisees the way they do, and what life is like for someone who owns multiple units.

The Single Most Important Thing to Look for When Hiring a Franchise Executive

Successful franchise execs do more than run the home office. They support an entire network of franchisees-and above all, that requires empathy. Here's how to seek out that skill set.

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Try These External Webcams to Look Sharper in Zoom Meetings

These cameras can't make your thinking clearer, but they make you look a whole lot crisper.

One-on-One Consulting Is the Future of the Beauty Industry. This Company Creates Spaces for Solo Stylists, and Business Is Booming.

Phenix Salon Suites is anticipating a surge in business from stylists who want more security, safety, and control over their operations.

An ER Nurse Opened a Curry Up Now Franchise Right Before Covid-19: 'I Couldn't Abandon Either Responsibility. That's Not My Ethics.'

Pritesh Benjamin hadn't planned to spend much time in the kitchen, but when business dropped 70 percent overnight, he rolled up his sleeves and got to cooking.

See the Work Spaces of the Blanket Business Encouraging Employees to Take Midday Naps

Bearaby makes weighted blankets to help its customers sleep better. To help its employees work (and live) better, the company embraces a flexible schedule that celebrates snoozing.

Stop Selling to Gen Z

Traditional marketing doesn't work on this discerning, coveted demo. If you can't sell to them? Join them.

This Founder Raised $68.1 Million Last Year, But Only After Admitting to Investors: 'It's a Crazy Situation… I Don't Have Great Options'

At the beginning of 2020, John Berkowitz was determined to acquire a much bigger company, and it wasn't going well. Then the pandemic set in. But chaos worked in his favor.

The Battle Over Cocktails-to-Go Shows How Entrepreneurs Can Conquer the Status Quo

Why couldn't you bring a cocktail home before the pandemic? The story starts over 100 years ago.

This Company Realized Their 401(k) Match Only Helped the Highest Salaried Employees, So They Killed It. Here's What Happened.

Looking to improve the lives of their employees at all levels, Bay Area-based Heath Ceramics tried an experiment in more equitable benefits.

Nobody Likes a Success Story

There's a right way to tell your story, and it isn't about sharing all your great accomplishments.

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