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With so many opportunities to accelerate personal and financial gains, entrepreneurs must continually sharpen their skills to prove to customers (and clients) that they are the best in the business.
How can small business owners and their employees best persevere through these unprecedented times? One potential answer: open enrollment.
Here's how a business owner can pass the company down to younger family members, along with the stipulations and potential pitfalls of these methods.
Postponing the annual planning process until the pandemic ends could mean the end of your business. It's harder to plan during a pandemic, but it's more important than ever.
Constant Contact is the winner for the 2020 Marketing Bizzy award. Here's why we feel it deserves the honor.
Zoom is our choice as the best technology product in 2020.
Hubstaff is our choice as the best of the best software for managing human resources in 2020.
Helcim is our choice as the best of the best financial solution for accepting payments in 2020.
These are the essential tools we chose as the best of the best for small businesses in 2020.
Local business is continuously getting more competitive, which means getting noticed can be more difficult, especially in a society where most consumers aren't interacting with businesses in person.
Creating positive workplace health and safety outcomes requires a cultural shift that businesses can promote with the right steps and approach.
One successful entrepreneur reflects on the lessons she has gleaned during the COVID-19 pandemic.
E-commerce is a popular way to shop this year. Here’s how you can increase your online sales.
In a challenging business environment, small businesses can leverage data-driven insights to be more efficient and effective at every level.
As the pandemic pushes business operations online and across state lines, business owners and management must comply with state requirements for legal entities.
Taking the time to do a year-end review is a must for every business. But how do you do that during a pandemic?
Years after the 2008 financial collapse changed the economic landscape, COVID-19 has shifted how companies see freelancers.
Marketing is an important component of every business, but many entrepreneurs aren't getting as much out of their efforts as they could.
Employee burnout is on the rise. In a difficult year, it's hard to fault someone if their performance slips. Here are some strategies to light a fire and end burnout.
Jason Milleisen, a former workout officer for the biggest SBA lender in the U.S., answers your questions about SBA loan default and the offer in compromise process as a result of the coronavirus.
Leading in the new normal means that there is a new set of rules to follow, which are not taught in business school. Here are seven rules to help leaders be prepared.
Calculating the true cost of a particular call center system isn't easy. Here's how to find the price you can afford and the system you need.
Whether you're planning to start a business or in the process of building one, you need to know these seven steps to establish the foundation of your enterprise and avoid pitfalls.
Do the work now so your business will still be around later.
With a shareholders' agreement, your corporation can avoid legal issues and challenges.
Here's what small businesses are missing when it comes to making the shift from closely managed on-site teams to remote teams.
It may be hard to find things to be grateful for this Thanksgiving. Still, business owners need to help employees be grateful for what they do have.
Give your customer service team a reboot with these tips.
The pandemic has affected almost every business in 2020, and mine was no exception. My company was able to rebound from the initial shockwaves without a single layoff. Here's how I did it.