In the matter of a few weeks, the percentage of remote workers doubled from 31% to 62%, thanks to the coronavirus outbreak. Maybe your team was already used to working from home before COVID-19 struck. Or, maybe your business is gearing up for 100% remote work for the post-pandemic era. Whatever the case may be, […]
On a scale of 1 – 10, how authentic is your business? Are you honest, transparent, and real? Does it matter? Absolutely, it does. Authenticity in business can make all the difference between leading the charge and playing catch-up.
Nobody does what you do better than you, but … what is it that you do again? You might have trouble describing your business in one sentence or find yourself at a loss for words when writing a company description. Knowing how to write a company description for a business plan helps you communicate with […]
Starting a business is no walk in the park. It takes loads of passion, determination, and … guts. But, how do you find the courage to take such a big leap and start your own venture? Read on to learn how to find the courage to start a business and signs it’s time to make […]
As we dive into a brand new decade, it’s always worth taking stock of how far your small business has come over the years and to take the time to identify strategic improvements that you want (or need) to implement soon. After hustling through the end of the year to wrap up necessary year-end payroll, […]
Many small business owners face the same dilemma at the dawn of their entrepreneurial career: to use a website builder or to hire a web designer?
Whether your business sells products or services, coronavirus has likely impacted you in some shape or form. And although the coronavirus continues to rock the boat nationwide, it’s not going to sink it. Here are some ways you can keep your business booming during a global pandemic.
Being a business owner is no easy task. You have to be dedicated, passionate, and patient. And when you add employees into the mix, you become a leader and role model.
Have you been closely following the U.S. government’s response to the escalating coronavirus situation? If so, you know that the government is working quickly to provide worker and small business relief. As an employer, you can also take matters into your own hands to keep your workers safe and financially sound.