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Despite the economic difficulties brought on by COVID-19, some small businesses thrived in 2020. Here's what it took for them to be successful.
Thanks to its outreach efforts and ability to pivot quickly, online subscription box marketplace Cratejoy has seen demand surge during the pandemic.
In our interview with Pastene president Mark Tosi, learn about the changes that this small Italian foods business made during the pandemic that allowed it to experience record growth.
SaaS trends shaped by the pandemic in 2021 include rising market demand, increasing opportunity for vertical SaaS solutions, and emerging operational challenges for SaaS companies.
This holiday season, shopping will look different. Now is the time for business owners to ensure they are prepared to accommodate the new normal.
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.
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.
A full-blown digital acceleration will be one of the biggest challenges the tech side of your business has ever undertaken. However, keep in mind that a digital acceleration process doesn't truly end.
One successful entrepreneur reflects on the lessons she has gleaned during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Find yourself in a financial bind? A factoring service might be able to help.
In a challenging business environment, small businesses can leverage data-driven insights to be more efficient and effective at every level.
International investors can add value and scope to your business.
Taking the time to do a year-end review is a must for every business. But how do you do that during a pandemic?
There are a few things to consider before opening a new location.
Investing in startups is a uniquely high-risk, high-return challenge, but investors can boost their chances by following a few simple guidelines.
In the early days of the pandemic, WorkForce Software furloughed 22% of its staff and reduced salaries. A few months later, 97% are back. Here's why.
Employee development is critical to the success of your business.
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.
Shopify and Amazon are giants in the e-commerce world, but which one is better for your business? Read on to make the right choice.
Do the work now so your business will still be around later.
Many employers use an at-will employment model. Here's what at-will employment means for employers and employees.
M&A deals are on the rise. How should entrepreneurs and business leaders prepare their workforce when going through a merger?
Keeping employees up to date with digital practices is key for remote efficiency. Here's how to develop a sound remote training program that allows you to leverage the potential of your workforce.
2020's business founders are starting up with a fresh perspective, determining who the next beloved tech brands will be.
Looking to increase your small business market share? Find out how to calculate and improve your share of the market.
Companies that embrace transparency as a core business value find that it leads to consumer trust, loyalty and business success. Here are four areas businesses can be transparent with customers.
Both President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have a plan for the future of the country. Here's how their plans could impact small businesses.
To keep up with new technology and rising customer expectations, it's critical that businesses upgrade and update the way their online store uses data.
The longevity of your brand rides on the outcome of each interaction your team has with your customers.