Entrepreneur magazine
July 2021

July 2021

Entrepreneur | July 2021
July 2021
Entrepreneur Magazine

How Kate Hudson Cut Through the Noise to Promote Sustainability: 'I'm Frustrated Too, But We're Doing This For a Reason'

The actress has launched three businesses in very crowded industries but knows what separates her from the competition: It's not just the products. It's the mission.

Why Affordable Minicomputers Can Improve Your Workspace

Mini computers used to have mini functionality, but that's changed.

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When a School Teacher Bought a Boat Club, Being a Constant Learner Kept Her Afloat

It turns out an appetite for new ideas translates to endless new opportunities.

6 Ways to Protect Your Business From the Next Disaster

Here are six ways to learn from COVID-19 and prepare for a future crisis.

Livestream Selling Is 'QVC on Steroids,' and It Turned This Alabama Startup Into a Billion Dollar Business

Amazon, Facebook, Google, and TikTok are jumping into the game, but this company is already living what may be the future of retail-and helping 6,000 small retailers see their business soar.

How to Become a Master at Talking to Strangers

Entrepreneurs must become experts at connecting with anyone-and with a few simple strategies, you can. Here's what happened when I tried them myself.

These "French Tacos" Were a Sensation In Europe, But Flopped in the U.S. What Went Wrong?

The French franchise O'Tacos is rapidly expanding across Europe, but failed to find its footing with its first outpost in the U.S. What should its fellow foreign companies know about coming to the U.S.? And how can American partners profit from their unique ideas?

For a College Project, He Envisioned a Seafood Boil Business. Then He Graduated and Turned It Into a Franchise.

After inaugurating its franchise program in a challenging year, Outer Banks Boil Company is eyeing future success.

Go Where You Don't 'Belong'

To get where you want to go, start out where you don't fit in. You'll be happy you did.

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