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By Solving A Painful Problem For Women, This Couple Built A Fast-Growing Brand That Just Got Acquired.

For many women, urinary tract infections (UTIs) are an unmentionable but painful health problem that makes it...

Three Lessons On Bootstrapping For One-Person Business Owners

Many owners of brand new small businesses and startups have trouble raising capital during the early days—or...

This Young Entrepreneur Built A Tiny Manufacturing Business To More Than $3 Million In Revenue—Then The Pandemic Hit And He Had To Get Really...

Apurva Batra, 31, built his business, Flexible Pouches, within a a very specialized, millionaire-next-door kind of niche:...

Freelance Professionals Find That Answering Consumer’s Questions On ‘Expert’ Sites Can Be Lucrative In An Era Of Online Everything

When Billy Wills, a heating and cooling professional from Battle Creek, Michigan, had trouble with a lawnmower...

More Workers Are Thinking Like Entrepreneurs. Why That’s A Problem, And Opportunity, For Employers

There’s no doubt that in the long months of lockdowns and restricted activities in America during the...

Is This The Real Competition In The Labor Shortage?

For many employers, filling vacant job openings during the current labor shortage seems mostly like a competition...

This 24-Year-Old Serial Entrepreneur’s Latest Passion: “Chibi Dinos”

Sean Kelly created a million-dollar, one-person business selling jerseys featuring rap artists at Jersey Champs that he...

E-Commerce Is Booming—But Only For The Nimble

One of the most exciting trends in small business since the pandemic has been the growth of...