It’s going to happen. If you own a small business, you are inevitably going to have an angry customer. And when it happens, you’d better know what to do.
Every business owner knows they need to look at sales and costs to help determine their success. But what else should you be tracking in your business?
TweetChats are a valuable tool for small businesses, whether those businesses are acting as participants or hosts.
If you’re hoping to secure a financial partner to help you grow your business, you’d better know what potential investors are looking for your presentation (and your business).
Looking at the two options side by side without any particular industry or business in mind, I’ll always think of an LLC as the better choice for these three reasons.
What most business owners want (and need) is to have it done, not to be told how to do it.
Most small business owners say their biggest HR challenge is finding skilled talent. Here’s a smarter strategy for hiring the best team.
Few people are prepared to grow a local company into a thriving medium-sized or large company. Here are three things you need to do to grow your small business right.
Building a brand that’s authentic, consistent, and rooted in a distinct personality separates you from the competition and allows your customers to connect with you on a more meaningful level. Building a brand can feel daunting. In fact many small businesses feel like it’s something that only the “big guys” can afford. But branding is something that every company can do if you follow a few basic rules.