Impossible Foods' Founder Didn't Want to Be an Entrepreneur, but His $2 Billion Idea Was Hard to Resist
Pat Brown isn't an inventor so much as a reinventor. He sees something that works, but not well, and figures out how to do the same thing, only a lot better. And along the way, he's reinvented himself
It seems that, in 2019, there’s never been a better time to be in venture capital. The first half of the year was marked by blockbuster public debuts and the continuation of privately funded mega-rounds.
What you can learn from the initial stumbles and eventual success of Pedro Franceschi and Henrique Dubugras. While most elementary school students spend hours playing in the park with friends, Brazilian
“We like to set crazy big goals and make them happen,” Canva CEO and co-founder, Melanie Perkins, told me in a recent conversation. Crazy big understates Canva's rare and remarkable accomplishment. Canva
I had a great product. An immediate financial winner. But you know that gut feeling? Here's what I found out. (Trust me, it was painful.) This story appears in the June 2019 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe
I thought I'd root for just about any entrepreneur, as long as they're not doing something cruel or dangerous or destructive. And then I heard about this. I'm a big fan of entrepreneurship in almost all
Feel like many of your ideas don't pan out? Take a page from the Jeff Bezos playbook. While pivoting may still be all the rage, how you start often defines how you will finish. That's true for Oprah, starts