Entrepreneurs and small business owners are bombarded with challenges every single day. In today’s Trending on Thursday, we share a few articles that provide thoughtful “how-to” commentary on a number of common issues, from preparing for the emotional ups and downs of owning a business to crafting the most effective elevator pitch. Check out the … Continue reading “Trending on Thursdays”
What can professional development and on-site training do to empower small business owners and their employees?
It’s time for another round of Trending on Thursday! This week, we’ve gathered articles with tips on how to make sure your small business is running efficiently, keeping your employees motivated, and making sure you’re productive this summer. Check out the trending articles below and tell us how you stay productive during the summer. 1. … Continue reading “Trending On Thursdays”
What strategies can small business owners implement to keep efficiency up without compromising on the benefits of working from home?
In this week’s Trending on Thursday, we’ve rounded up articles focused on the benefits/drawbacks of expanding your product line, best interview questions to gauge how ambitious a potential employee is, and some simple ways for entrepreneurs to find inspiration. Check out the trending articles and let us know in the comments what you do to … Continue reading “Trending on Thursdays”
If you’re thinking about opening a second location for your business, we’ve got nine things for you to consider.
For this edition of Trending on Thursday, we’re diving into stories that give you advice on increasing your small business’s longevity and give you an excuse to not work on the weekend (one excuse: increased productivity for the week).
Have you embraced using LinkedIn to recruit top talent to your small business? Need some tips on how to implement the social platform? We’ve got you covered with this post.
In this week’s edition of Trending on Thursday, we’re featuring pieces that encourage the #smallbiz community to take a summer vacation, incorporate Snapchat into marketing plans and quit multitasking.
What obvious entrepreneurial ventures might small business owners accidentally ignore?