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Entrepreneur Behind One of the Most Successful Podcast

Not only do podcasts create the best impressions (user experience) but podcast listeners are proven to take action more than any other media audience. In 2016, Wondery launched a brand new podcast that achieved extreme success with the runaway hit true-crime podcast “Dirty John,” (over 8 million downloads to date) and other gripping series such as “Inside the Exorcist,” and “Inside Psycho,” which explore ...

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24 Entrepreneurs Explain What They Love About Being An Entrepreneur

Being in love is great. Being in love with your business, when you’re an entrepreneur, is even better. Waking up each morning knowing you are getting to do exactly what you love is more than most people could ever say about any “job” they have had. Although there are days when tossing in your hat seems like a viable option, ...

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Entrepreneur Connecting People Through Power of Data and Analytics

The taxi service business is getting more innovative with the entrance of companies like Uber and Roadie. Marc Gorlin, the founder and CEO of Roadie,  provides an on-the-way delivery network that taps into unused space in passenger vehicles already on the road, providing retailers with a cost-effective delivery service that increases sales and exceeds customer expectations. We had a chance ...

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Green Franchise Taking The Industry A Notch Higher

Businesses that take care of the environment are almost always bound to be successful. OXXO is an environmentally-responsible dry cleaning franchise in the United States with fifty stores throughout the U.S. It’s consistently ranked among top U.S. franchises in Entrepreneur Magazine! At OXXO®, customers experience the ultimate in garment care with the use of environmentally safe GreenEarth solvents (no use of ...

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26 Entrepreneurs Explain How They Came Up With Their Business Name

The idea of exactly what your business is is going to usually come first. Secondly, most often, is giving a title to your idea. What exactly is going to be the name of your business? Some people turn to their childhood for inspiration or a beloved family pet. It could be a made-up word you dream of one night and ...

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A History of Passion and Enduring Design Philosophy in Leather Handbags

The handbags design industry is always up to something unique. Hobo is a 26-year-old family-owned leather handbag brand. Their iconic Lauren clutch sold over a million pieces since launching 12 years ago (around $110 million in retail) and the brand overall has done over $20 million in wholesale. The current CEO and owner Koren took over the business from her mother ...

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How One Entrepreneur is Helping International Students Find Housing With Ease

Finding a house in a foreign land can be hectic. Housing Anywhere was founded by a student, Niels, from the Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) Erasmus University, the Netherlands in 2009. Niels wanted to go on an exchange semester to Singapore, but he ran into a problem: what to do with his own student room in Rotterdam during that semester? None ...

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Italian-American Restaurant Serving Uniquely Made Food in Chicago

Besides a great taste, quality of food served matters a lot. Franco Francese the owner of Mattone Restaurant and Bar, an Italian-American restaurant, located in the Chicago suburbs knows that too well. The restaurant was once owned by his father where Franco has been in the business his entire life. We had a chance to interview Franco Francese and asked about ...

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Entrepreneur Responds to Veterans Needs’ Through the First Mentor Support Organisation

Life transitions can be difficult. For example, the transition from a working to a jobless life. For Karl Monger, the Executive Director and CEO of GallantFew, Inc he delights in helping veterans find pleasure in transitions. His organization is designed for veterans and they are currently working on their annual event, Run Ranger Run, a month-long challenge taking place in ...

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Entrepreneur Who Creates a New Kind of Social Family

Human beings are social beings. We endeavor to create relations and feel that we belong somewhere. Andrew Machota the founder and CEO of New Town Connections has an organization that gives adults the opportunity to attend social events and make friends; something that is hard to do after school is over. He recently released a book titled Friend Request Accepted: ...

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