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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

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Delighting Customers in the Face of Disruption • For businesses across the globe, COVID-19 has dramatically affected the supply chain landscape. Many companies have been propelled into e-commerce faster than expected, as customers increasingly depend on home deliveries for critical needs.

The Only Time We Have Is Now • It’s time to stop looking backward, and to stop biding our time. This is our moment.

It’s Time to Get Creative • We may be physically apart, but actor and entrepreneur Joseph Gordon-Levitt says we can (and should!) still find ways to creatively collaborate.

Creating More Time in the Day • COVID-19 is stretching people thin, especially if they have kids at home. We asked six entrepreneurs: How are you managing your day…and your sanity?

How Not to Get Disrupted • Disruption sounds sexy…until you’re the one getting toppled. Here’s what it takes to stay on top.

A New Pipeline • The global tech company Infosys wanted to diversify its hiring. But to get it right, it needed to rethink a lot more than just its recruiting methods.

Need an Assistant? • Virtual assistant services are on the rise. Here’s how to hand your tasks (and inbox!) over to a total stranger.

THE VIRTUAL LADDER • 3 services to match 3 different needs

5 Questions Every Founder Must Ask • How to know whether the sacrifice is worth it.

Entrepreneur 100 POWERFUL WOMEN • This year is testing everyone’s strength—but women never back down from a challenge. Meet the female leaders from 100 brands and businesses, all fighting for a better future.

TARAJI “MY ‘WHY’ WAS GREATER THAN THE FEAR” • How actress and entrepreneur Taraji P. Henson learned to be open about her mental health challenges and is now helping others do it, too.

THE BIG Q About Learning • What lessons from the past are helping you through the challenges of 2020?

Ashley Merrill • Founder and CEO/Lunya Chairperson/Outdoor Voices

Lisa Lewin • CEO/General Assembly

Let Black Entrepreneurs Be Entrepreneurs • If you want to make the business world more inclusive and equitable, stop treating Black founders as a cause worth supporting—and start treating them as the innovators they already are.

Padma Lakshmi • Creator and host/Taste the Nation

THE BIG Q About Social Good • Customers and employees expect companies to be socially engaged. What’s your advice for other leaders as they figure out what that means for them?

THE BIG Q About the Economy • How are you preparing for continued economic uncertainty?

Representation Starts at the Bottom • There’s a lot of focus on adding women to corporate boards. That’s good—but it doesn’t solve a much deeper problem.

THE BIG Q About Change • What’s one positive change you’ve had to make as a result of the pandemic?

THE BIG Q About Working from Home • What did you learn about your team as the world shifted to remote work?

Embrace Your Team’s Complexities • As leaders, we must ask ourselves tough questions and face this year’s challenges with a human perspective.

Pinky Cole • Founder and owner/Slutty Vegan

Dawn Ostroff • Chief content and advertising business officer/Spotify

THE BIG Q About Decisions • What is the most important decision you made this year?

Who’s the New Boss? • In the past year, a roll call of buzzy female founders have stepped down from (or...

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