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Audrey Gelman opened the coworking space The Wing to give women a place to collaborate and grow their ideas. A powerful community has followed.
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Aurify Brands is helping food entrepreneurs scale their fledgling brands by providing them with everything from capital to operational support and mentorship.
With the right mix of speed, timing and guts, smart founders can profit hugely from their much, much, much larger rivals' misfortune.
The founders behind Naadam took out the middleman in the cashmere world, creating a win-win for the company and the herders.
After being in business for only a few years, the company plans on embarking on an expansion program to open another 80 locations.
The $1.25 billion company spent 18 months secretly working on its second-ever product. Is it the beginning of a new fitness revolution?
Meet the tech company disguised as a cycling brand.
With aggressive expansion strategies and low membership costs, fitness clubs are looking to rapidly expand -- and franchisees are lining up to get in on the action.
Tyler Haney has a motto: "Doing Things." And it's how this runner kept going, despite the setbacks.