America’s Entrepreneurs: Making it Work

Rewire is telling the stories of America’s Entrepreneurs, showcasing the innovation and ingenuity of individuals who have started their own businesses or hope to do so. The section is sponsored by the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation and EIX, the Entrepreneur and Innovation Exchange.

Crowdfunding: What Works and What Doesn't

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Thanks to digital connections, entrepreneurs have more control over how their ventures are funded, which gives them more control over everything from operational structure to brand voice.

Learn the dos and don’ts of crowdfunding from one of the top experts in the U.S.

Chefs for Seniors

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We look for chefs who not only can produce great-tasting meals, but are sociable and embrace the relationships with their clients. The time in the home also allows the chef to customize meals completely—for example, reducing sodium for clients with heart disease.

Read about Nathan Allman and how he’s helping to keep seniors healthy.

How Immigrants Fund New Businesses

Immigrants Spur Entrepreneurship

Vaaler has learned that the money that’s being sent home by immigrants living all over the U.S. is bolstering and creating new businesses in their often-struggling home countries.

Find out how U.S. immigrants are funding businesses back home and driving the global economy.