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Many startups approach business travel in an ad hoc way, where things are left to the last minute or up to the discretion of employees.
Are you focusing on your client's real needs, or just the end result?
Confession is the first step toward remediation, so sit back, read this column and hopefully open the door to change -- and maybe some laughs.
No matter how talented you are or what you've accomplished, there are certain phrases that instantly change the way people see you and can forever cast you in a negative light.
As entrepreneurs, we are often so driven and focused that we get wound up and forget to then unwind. That leads to burnout.
Luis Von Ahn, co-founder of the popular free language-learning app, opens up about his passion project's past, present and future.
The companies in this category tend to be sales superstars.
The founder of Lemonly cites personal touches -- and a midwestern courtesy -- for helping to build its brand.
Dissatisfied with the seaweed snacks on the market, Jin Jun decided to take matters into her own hands with SeaSnax.
From the founder of Shoptiques to the inventor of Ring, leaders from these fast-growing startups share what keeps them going.
As they willingly embrace new technologies and processes, the businesses in this archetype are able to surge ahead in growth and profits.
Our Entrepreneur360 Performance Index showed that sustained growth is elusive and usually comes from just six types of companies.
The companies within this archetype stand out for being employee champions and employing evidence-based management wisdom.
Forget convention. These companies do everything their own way.
Companies in this archetype let clients' needs fuel their growth.
These companies push forward with proven strategies to drive results.
The world is interconnected as never before but expanding into a foreign market retains its very steep learning curve.
Never coded a day in your life? It's never a bad idea to learn.
The direct route to brand success is winning the support an influencer your target market respects.
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