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Entrepreneur Magazine

Sep 01 2019
Magazine

Entrepreneur magazine is the trusted source for growing your business and offers surefire strategies for success. Whether you are just thinking of starting a business, have taken the first steps, or already own a business, Entrepreneur offers the best advice on running your own company

Entrepreneur

Act Now, Before It Hurts • Here’s the question that’ll determine your future: Will you change, or will you be forced to change?

No Meetings. No Planning. Go! • That’s Bobbi Brown’s business advice. And after transforming the beauty industry and then leaving her namesake company, she’s living her advice, too—and building more brands.

3 WAYS INNOVATIVE PAPER PACKAGING CAN GIVE YOUR BUSINESS AN EDGE

Charity or Company? • Some nonprofits are getting into the business of making money. So how does that work?

Never Be Closing • Sales isn’t about pushing. It’s about persuasion. Jason Harris, CEO of the creative agency Mekanism, says it’s time to start thinking differently about making a deal.

Creating a New Concept • Nicci Levy had a great idea: Create a luxury day spa focused on medical micro treatments like Botox. But how do you actually build something like that?

How Do I Find Talent? • Recruiting staff is no easy feat. Six entrepreneurs share where they look—and what they look for.

Inside DraftKings

Did You Hire an Astronaut or an Architect? • If your employee is unhappy, it could be because they’re misunderstood. Caroline Stokes, founder of the recruiting agency Forward, explains the big question you should ask.

Make Your Network Stronger • Here are three lessons on people power delivered during workshops with our Entrepreneur Insider members. To join us, visit entrepreneur.com/insider.

Who Gets Outsourced? • You don’t need to hire a big team to make a big impact. But that doesn’t mean you can outsource everything.

The Kids Are All Right • The founders of the future are getting a major head start. Meet 16 entrepreneurs age 20 and under who are making their mark on today’s business world.

The Great (REVERSE) Migration • To attract the best investors and employees, startup founders once had to move to the coasts. But now they’re turning around and going back home. Are smaller cities becoming the place to grow big?

The Business of Hype • How did a handful of founders create a $1 billion aftermarket for shoes that no one wears? It’s a tale of hoops, hype, head-spinning colorways—and an object lesson in how entrepreneurs can spot opportunity in the chaos.

The $3.4 Billion Man • Kevin Murphy left Wall Street for cannabis in 2011, grew his company, Acreage Holdings, and sold it this spring for billions. And he says there’s plenty more room for growth.

Creating a New Journey • The vape brand Roam wanted to appeal to women, so it designed packaging to target their wanderlust.

THE GREEN RUSH • Q&A WITH THE LEADERS IN CANNABIS AND HEMP EXTRACTION TECHNOLOGY

CBD’s Hidden Problem • Feals didn’t want to be just another CBD company. So rather than just pushing a product, it sought out its users’ biggest pain point.

Going Above the Law • When a new California law made cannabis delivery more difficult, many companies folded. But Caliva doubled down on delivery—and is winning.

The Cookies Commitment to Good Flower

How to Succeed in Weed • Ten top cannabis entrepreneurs share their biggest lesson from the industry.

Who Is Medterra CBD? • An exclusive look inside

From Indie to Franchise • After running her sign-and-awning business for 18 years, Nikki Taheri decided to turn the operation into a FastSigns franchise.

It’s Not About Carpet • How do you build a great company if you’re not interested in what the company does?...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 128 Publisher: Entrepreneur Media Inc. Edition: Sep 01 2019

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Entrepreneur magazine is the trusted source for growing your business and offers surefire strategies for success. Whether you are just thinking of starting a business, have taken the first steps, or already own a business, Entrepreneur offers the best advice on running your own company

Entrepreneur

Act Now, Before It Hurts • Here’s the question that’ll determine your future: Will you change, or will you be forced to change?

No Meetings. No Planning. Go! • That’s Bobbi Brown’s business advice. And after transforming the beauty industry and then leaving her namesake company, she’s living her advice, too—and building more brands.

3 WAYS INNOVATIVE PAPER PACKAGING CAN GIVE YOUR BUSINESS AN EDGE

Charity or Company? • Some nonprofits are getting into the business of making money. So how does that work?

Never Be Closing • Sales isn’t about pushing. It’s about persuasion. Jason Harris, CEO of the creative agency Mekanism, says it’s time to start thinking differently about making a deal.

Creating a New Concept • Nicci Levy had a great idea: Create a luxury day spa focused on medical micro treatments like Botox. But how do you actually build something like that?

How Do I Find Talent? • Recruiting staff is no easy feat. Six entrepreneurs share where they look—and what they look for.

Inside DraftKings

Did You Hire an Astronaut or an Architect? • If your employee is unhappy, it could be because they’re misunderstood. Caroline Stokes, founder of the recruiting agency Forward, explains the big question you should ask.

Make Your Network Stronger • Here are three lessons on people power delivered during workshops with our Entrepreneur Insider members. To join us, visit entrepreneur.com/insider.

Who Gets Outsourced? • You don’t need to hire a big team to make a big impact. But that doesn’t mean you can outsource everything.

The Kids Are All Right • The founders of the future are getting a major head start. Meet 16 entrepreneurs age 20 and under who are making their mark on today’s business world.

The Great (REVERSE) Migration • To attract the best investors and employees, startup founders once had to move to the coasts. But now they’re turning around and going back home. Are smaller cities becoming the place to grow big?

The Business of Hype • How did a handful of founders create a $1 billion aftermarket for shoes that no one wears? It’s a tale of hoops, hype, head-spinning colorways—and an object lesson in how entrepreneurs can spot opportunity in the chaos.

The $3.4 Billion Man • Kevin Murphy left Wall Street for cannabis in 2011, grew his company, Acreage Holdings, and sold it this spring for billions. And he says there’s plenty more room for growth.

Creating a New Journey • The vape brand Roam wanted to appeal to women, so it designed packaging to target their wanderlust.

THE GREEN RUSH • Q&A WITH THE LEADERS IN CANNABIS AND HEMP EXTRACTION TECHNOLOGY

CBD’s Hidden Problem • Feals didn’t want to be just another CBD company. So rather than just pushing a product, it sought out its users’ biggest pain point.

Going Above the Law • When a new California law made cannabis delivery more difficult, many companies folded. But Caliva doubled down on delivery—and is winning.

The Cookies Commitment to Good Flower

How to Succeed in Weed • Ten top cannabis entrepreneurs share their biggest lesson from the industry.

Who Is Medterra CBD? • An exclusive look inside

From Indie to Franchise • After running her sign-and-awning business for 18 years, Nikki Taheri decided to turn the operation into a FastSigns franchise.

It’s Not About Carpet • How do you build a great company if you’re not interested in what the company does?...


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