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Competition is fierce. The economy is tight. People aren’t buying. Here’s how you can gain a competitive advantage by reducing your costs significantly in 2017.
In a tough market, Chicken Xpress has managed to establish itself by offering a fresh and fuss-free approach to fast food franchising. Entrepreneur spoke to founder Devon Scoulelis about the franchise.
2017 is upon us. And with it comes new challenges, new technologies and new opportunities. According to Dion Chang of Flux Trends, the future is here. And those companies that refuse to acknowledge that things are changing, are destined to be left behind.
Demographica Appeared In Entrepreneur 5 Years Ago. Today The Business Model Looks Very Different....
Demographica has been around for a decade, and in that time the company has enjoyed tremendous growth, quadrupling its turnover in the last two years alone, thanks to its ability to navigate some unexpected detours along the way.
Don’t underestimate the opportunities that operating in South Africa affords you, says Riaz Moola. The country is a great place to start a business.
The life of an entrepreneur is unpredictable. There will be ups, there will be downs. While you can’t always control what happens, you can choose how you respond.
Most high-performers know one very big secret: Words — especially the ones we tell ourselves — have tremendous power. Want to change your business, your life, your diet? It all starts with a single thought.
One of the main reasons companies fail is a lack of financial controls. If you want to be successful, you need to understand the cash flow of your business.
Lots of great businesses had their start in a cramped home office or converted garage. But that can only work for so long. How do you move into an office without spending a fortune?
You don’t survive for decades without being smart and strategic in your business thinking. These great brands have flourished not only by being clever and adjusting to a changing business environment, but also by staying true to what made them special in the first place.
Car Service City has proven itself to be a robust and resilient operation, having not only survived but thrived in a tough economic climate. With the economy once again on shaky ground, Entrepreneur spoke to company founder Grant Brady to find out exactly what makes the brand such a solid investment.
It’s a well-known fact that only a very small percentage of start-ups receive early-stage funding. So what sets this minority apart? What makes them investable? We chat to the Sharks to find out what makes them want to give an entrepreneur their cash.
What do Kodak, Nokia and Smith Corona have in common? They are all large, market leading businesses that weren’t able or willing to adapt to a changing market — and died as a result.
Gone are the days when writers were subject to the whims and spurious instincts of publishers and literary agents. Today, you can publish yourself and turn your book into a business.
Teboho Mafodi started out with few learning opportunities. In fact, many of his early skills were self-taught. But that has only made him appreciate the value of education.
In a mere five years, BrightRock has managed to carve out a strong position for itself in the fiercely competitive insurance industry. How has the company so successfully taken on powerful and entrenched competitors?
Jacqui van der Riet believes in not letting go. As UDM International has grown, she has endeavoured to stay as involved with employees as ever. For her, it’s not about micromanaging, but staying involved and engaged.