Archive for September, 2018

  1. The Most Effective Ways to Inspire Employees

    Building a team of great people requires more than just qualified resumes and experienced workers. You may have competent and knowledgeable employees, but without inspiration, most of them are just working to meet the bare minimum. According to Gallup, 70% of employees are not engaged at work. Imagine 7 out of 10 employees doing close […]

  2. Tips on Social Media Etiquette for Business

    From Facebook and LinkedIn to Twitter and Instagram, there’s a wide variety of social media platforms available to meet the increasing demands of growing users. With its versatility and powerful marketing potentials, social media is a great way for small businesses to promote their products and services. However, using social media has its own share […]

  3. How to Start a Food Truck Business – The Key Things You Need to Consider

    Feeling hungry and need a quick lunch? Office too far from restaurants? Want an affordable but equally delicious meal? The days of traditional dining out or bringing a packed lunch are behind us, and the food industry today is providing us a wide variety of options. One area that is especially booming is the food […]

  4. Insurance for Startups Just Got Easier

    Insurance for startups just got easier CoverWallet is excited to introduce a new initiative for high-growth startups By Inaki Berenguer, Co-Founder and CEO of CoverWallet It’s a fact: startups need to have insurance. They need to protect their property, their employees, their products and services, their founders and executives, and several other parts of their […]

  5. Being Found in Search Engine Results: How to Do SEO

    When you sell products online, your first priority needs to be that consumers can find your products. There are millions of products sold online, and your products need to stand out. While it may sound impossible to be found, the truth is it’s actually easy. Since consumers typically look for products and services with a […]

  6. Tips to Improve Customer Retention

    Marketing, advertising, promotion, and publicity – all of them are geared towards acquiring new customers. While they are deemed to be effective, these tactics often require a hefty investment and lengthy processes that not all small business owners are fond of. But did you know that it’s actually easy to sell your products and services […]

  7. Essential Tips When Writing A Business Plan for Small Business

    A business plan is essential for every business and contains pertinent information about your business, such as its mission and objectives, sales and marketing plans, financial goals, as well as profit and loss statements. Regardless of industry, all businesses start with an idea, and a business plan turns that idea into a viable and sustainable […]

  8. Tips for Prepping Your Business for a Hurricane

    Every year, there are devastating stories about the impact of hurricanes on small businesses. Whether it’s losses due to closing for an extended period of time, food spoilage costs at restaurants that lost electricity, or damage to inventory at retailers, the impact that major storms have on the local economy can be staggering. Ahead of […]

  9. Top Salon Promotion Ideas for your Beauty Parlor

    The salon industry grew to $63 billion in 2017, but the number of salons decreased by 5%. It is a tough industry, with fierce competition and new business models constantly emerging. With consumer behavior continuously changing, people going to the salon less frequently, and many opting to buy products from retailers including Amazon, it can […]

  10. How to Create the Best Employee Handbook for Your Business

    Creating an employee handbook for the first time can be a daunting and tedious task. Just the thought of writing an innumerable number of words to explain everything about your trade and your specific business is, without a doubt, tiring. Compared to start-up and small-scale companies, established corporations almost always have handbooks readily printed to […]