Have you begun to wonder if your business is ready to expand? It’s a tough question to answer. Even if all indicators point toward making this move, you don’t want to jump the gun. This is a big decision that will impact you and your company in a number of ways.
Marshall Goldsmith has devised a free strategy that will help you get better at almost anything. In this Inc. Live video, he explains what you need to know about behavioral change.
In this blog, Roger Robinson, Ph.D. lays out several essential characteristics of what it takes to be an entrepreneur. Personal ethics is key.
Productivity depends on how ergonomic is our workspace. Margo Brown shares her expertise how to keep the right posture and the best focus during your workday. As Productivity Specialist, the author points at major health problems that could be prevented if we stand up more often.
Solution. Is it not what all entrepreneurs are looking when they run onto a problem? Andy Beran shows that the solution is not the goal but merely a tool.
Technology is changing quickly and constantly. It’s definitely changed the way consumers find what they want and the way they consume content. It’s important to understand how content marketing works and to figure out how your company can start putting out good, quality content that your target market will want.
You only have one chance to make a first impression! That still holds true for everything even more so for when you’re pitching your fabulous business idea to potential investors – if you’re looking to go the crowdfunding route. The infographic below gives a step-by-step outline for creating your slide presentation and the whole pitch.
At 33 years of age, Ivanka Trump, Executive Vice President of Acquisitions and Development of the Trump Organization, was one of the panelists at this year’s Forbes Women’s Summit and here’s a video interview where she talks about being an entrepreneur and building a business.
Some prospective business owners may ask, “Why should I invest in a franchise business when I can open my own independent business in the same industry?” The implication is that the first time business owner can do just as good a job opening their independent business as the franchise system does in opening its new outlets. And, since an independent business doesn’t pay royalties the novice independent business owner will put more money in their own pocket.
If you have a family-owned-and-operated, andyou’re a baby boomer, you need to start thinking about who’s going to run the business when you retire. Something to remember: your style of doing business may be different than those of a Gen-Xer or a Millennial.
Think about when you scroll through your Facebook feed — what stands out to you the most? Chances are it’s the visuals like photographs and infographics that grab your gaze with their striking hues. If you’re designing a website for your business, you’ll need to know the basics of choosing a visually appealing color palette.