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Work Your Next Job • You can’t control the future. But you can prepare for it.
A Space for Women to Soar • Audrey Gelman, cofounder and CEO of the women-only coworking space The Wing, talks about taking her business—and its members—to new heights.
When Life Gets Complicated • Running a company is hard enough. What happens when a personal crisis happens at the same time?
“A Car for Me? No, for Mom” • The Splurge is our monthly column about entrepreneurs’ first big gift to themselves—because hard work deserves its rewards. This month: thanking a very valuable employee.
How to Be a Better Boss • In business, sometimes the most valuable lessons come from the worst teachers. We asked six entrepreneurs: What’s the greatest thing you learned from a bad boss?
Can a Free Product Make Money? • Offering “freemium” products can be a smart way to acquire customers and build a lucrative business. But it’s not the right move for every company.
100 Brilliant Companies
HART Kevin Hart has a really, really, really good idea...
Winning Personalities • To kick off our 100 Brilliant Companies list, we build off Kevin Hart’s bankable disposition to highlight nine more brands with powerful, consumer-facing leaders.
Leaders + Leadership
Compensation + HR Programs
What Investors Are Watching • We asked the VC and incubator communities* to share the most brilliant companies that have caught their attention this year
The Expertise That Matters • Jonita White didn’t know much about cars, but she did know about people. That’s how she became a successful Christian Brothers Automotive owner.
When Brands Are Better Together • Dippin’ Dots and Doc Popcorn are opening an increasing number of joint locations—and sales are soaring.
How to Master Your Marketing • To implement successful advertising and social media campaigns in the franchise world, franchisors and franchisees must communicate, collaborate, and cooperate.
Building a Franchıse Factory • Two Silicon Valley vets spent decades in the restaurant business and are now combining the two worlds into a grand experiment: They want to use the tech incubator model to build the next big food franchises. And their first brand is about to heat up.
BE BRILLIANT • Take the next step in your entrepreneurial journey by exploring franchises like these ready to help you expand your business portfolio and grow your success.
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Success You Can Taste • Our list of the top 200 food-related franchises of the year.
Asian Food/ Pho Hoa
Coffee/ Dunkin’ Donuts
Food Franchising’s Top Two Trends
Misc. Quick-Service Restaurants/ Cousins Maine Lobster
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