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Putting People First in Your Business

When Alissa Bayer first opened Milk + Honey in downtown Austin, TX, she set out to prove that you can take great care of your employees and still be a profitable, successful company.

How this Founder and 'Shark Tank' Veteran is Fighting to Create a More Inclusive Coffee Category

With Copper Cow Coffee, Debbie Wei Mullin is on a mission to bring Vietnamese coffee culture to the world. Here are three lessons she's picked up along the way.

Mita Mallick

Consistency That Keeps Customers Coming Back

Brick 3 Pizza Owner Demetri shares the secret behind making food your customers want to eat 6 days a week and managing a staff that welcomes customers in like family.

How This Entrepreneur Is Changing What We Put on Our Kitchen Tables

Three lessons Ibraheem Basir has taken away from building movement that's at the intersection of taste, health and culture.

Mita Mallick

Using Reviews to Unlock Your Competitive Advantage

Jeff Toiste, author, consultant and trainer, shares ways that business owners can glean insights and learnings from their online reviews, as well as best practices for responding and engaging with reviews.

This Entrepreneur Made a Splash in the $16 Billion Swimwear Market By Listening to Her Customers

Despite operating in the crowded swimsuit category while surviving a pandemic, Andie has persevered, its success driven by Melanie Travis' grit and determination.

Mita Mallick

Creating the Perfect Pizza Experience

Perfect Pizza's Tashia Robinson shares the elements-consistency, customer service, and community- that make her franchise a success.

How the Biggest Challenges Can Be the Greatest Opportunities for Entrepreneurs

Jenny Flores, head of small business growth philanthropy at Wells Fargo, is empowering women entrepreneurs to make an impact.

With No Website or Marketing Department, He Became a Millionaire Selling Potato Peelers on Park Avenue

Joe Andes was a master salesman of the old school. He made his fortune one $5 sale at a time, working on a busy Manhattan street corner.

Gregg Schwartz

To See If Your Idea Can Be a Success, Focus on N.E.R.C.M.

Entrepreneurs should consider these five factors when deciding if they should pull the trigger on their business idea.

Jay Glauser