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In this issue

Presenting: Inc.’s Best in Business, 2021
The 147 companies that have made the most extraordinary impact, including:

Air Protein
A food-innovation firm looking skyward for sustainable solutions.

The Mom Project
The upskilling platform that’s helping working mothers get ahead.

Hologram
The infrastructure provider out to solve the issue of shoddy Wi-Fi.

IS YOUR HIRING IN NEED OF HELP?

TIP SHEET

IS YOUR HIRING IN NEED OF HELP?

2 mins

The Future of...Fixing Pharmaceuticals

Eric Edwards is cofounder and chief executive officer of Phlow, a public benefit pharmaceutical corporation. He previously co-founded pharmaceutical company Kaléo, where, among other roles, he was responsible for overall scientific strategy and pharmaceutical development programs. Following an unprecedented year for the pharmaceutical industry, including leaps in vaccine technology and supply chain shortages, Inc. asked Edwards to share his vision for the future of pharmaceuticals.

The Future of...Fixing Pharmaceuticals

1 min

Fake It Till You Make... A Mess

When the media company Ozy unraveled last fall, its CEO, Carlos Watson-the would-be wizard of Ozy-stood accused of inflating performance, inventing partners, and looking the other way when his co-founder impersonated a YouTube exec to potential investors. It wasn't, however, the first time a finding hungry, win-at-any-cost entrepreneur would take preposterously desperate measures: Cook the books? Check. Conspire to traffic cocaine? Hey, it's financing! Dress like Steve Jobs? Sadly, yes. Take a look at some who crossed the line from unbridled hype to “Let me explain, Your Honor.” – BILL SHAPIRO

Fake It Till You Make... A Mess

4 mins

Chris and Shivani VS. the World

Venture investor Chris Sacca talks with Shivani Siroya, founder of fintech company Tala, about scaling up your business without locking it down.

Chris and Shivani VS. the World

6 mins

Meet Your Future Banker

In 2021, Brian Armstrong proved the digital economy doesn’t need the U.S. Dollar. Here’s why that’s important—why it matters to you —and why it makes his juggernaut, coinbase, inc.’s company of the year.

Meet Your Future Banker

10+ mins

Out the Other Side

The burden of leading can be heavy even in the best of times. Coupled with the depression that afflicts so many founders, it can overwhelm their soul ... or forge it into something stronger.

Out the Other Side

10+ mins

Force of Habit

THE CALORIE COUNTING CARDIO TRAINING STATIONARY BIKE GAMIFICATION STRESS REDUCING PSYCHO OPTIMIZING PEOPLE CENTERING WEIGHT LOSS SUBSCRIPTIONATING WHATEVER BEHAVIOR NEXT NEEDS CHANGING COMPANY | Noom’s founders built an overnight-success weight-loss app after years of failure. Now they’re working to parlay their big hit into a string of them.

Force of Habit

10+ mins

She Broke the Bank

Luvleen Sidhu was just 28 when she founded BankMobile with a lofty mission: to reinvent banking for millions of Americans through the power of tech. The 2015 launch presciently anticipated the coming rise in mobile banking, and six years later the Radnor, Pennsylvania based business merged with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) in a transaction worth $150 million. That made Sidhu the youngest female founder and CEO ever to take a company public, and led her to even grander goals: Still at the helm of the company—now called BM Technologies—she says she wants to “create ripple effects and inspire other women.” Here’s why you should put your money on her to do just that.

She Broke the Bank

2 mins

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Inc. Magazine Description:

PublisherMansueto Ventures LLC for Inc

CategoryBusiness

LanguageEnglish

Frequency7 Issues/Year

Inc. is an American business magazine that focuses on small businesses and entrepreneurship. It was founded in 1979 and is published by Mansueto Ventures. Inc. is known for its annual rankings of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States, called the Inc. 5000.

Inc. magazine is a must-read for anyone who is interested in starting or growing a small business. The magazine provides valuable insights and advice from experts in the field, and it can help you to succeed in your business endeavours.

Here are some of the things you can expect from Inc. magazine:

* In-depth articles on the latest trends in small business
* Interviews with successful entrepreneurs
* Advice from experts on how to start and grow a business
* Case studies of successful businesses
* A clear and concise writing style

If you are interested in starting or growing a small business, then Inc. magazine is the magazine for you. Subscribe today and start your journey to success!

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