The mainstream business press is asleep at the wheel. As readers, we’re inundated with stories about messianic founders, unethical tech tycoons, and Fortune 500 figureheads. The vast majority of entrepreneurs—those who aren’t headquartered in Silicon Valley and don’t have MBAs—are overlooked and undervalued.

What might a business magazine look like if it simply focused on innovative, creative, resourceful operations and the dynamic people who lead them? If it didn’t rely on boring office portraits and instead documented workers in action? If it captured the true spirit of entrepreneurship all around the world?

Well, like 100 Battles.