5 Things Companies Should Learn from New Startups

All businesses operate with the ultimate goal of financial growth and prosperity. If not for a positive flow of finances and an ever-increasing number of customers, simply operating “in the black” becomes impossible. To attain this goal, both well-known and start-up companies share a common belief system. What long time business owners may not realize is that they can learn ...

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5 Tips for How to Improve Your Startup’s Profitability in the Early Stages

As an entrepreneur, it’s always an exciting and scary experience when you decide to take the plunge and venture out on your own. I’ve been there– along with the thrill of building something amazing, you’re feeling nervous. What if your new brilliant company never makes money? What If I misread my user? Or worse yet, the market? We all want ...

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How Business Organization Can Raise Charity Funds

Many businesses today are often involved in special causes and charity cases. It is one way of giving back to the society, especially after the society has given them good business, it is also a great way to promote the brand of the company and appeal to a wider variety of clientele or simply make a change in the world ...

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Tips for Communicating with Employees During the Holiday Season

Holiday season is a time of year everybody looks forward. But at the same time it’s the time of year when many of us feel the most stress. There is so much to be glad about during the holidays, gatherings, parties, end-of-the-year vacations and breaks. But everyone seems to want the same considerations. Expectations and desires conflict everywhere you look, ...

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Why Your Business Should Be Aware of Big Data’s Big Job Growth

When Madonna did her 1990 Japan tour, she discovered too late that all of her tour dates in that country were during the local rainy season. She basically realized this at the first show in that country. Rather than canceling, she told all her dancers to just put on their warmest outfit for the duration and announced there would be ...

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10 Business Books That Deserve a Read

As Founder and President of The Eppy Group, there have been many obstacles to overcome and lessons learned along the way.  One very important piece of advice I would have given to my younger self would be to read, educate, and understand as much as possible from other successful industry professionals. I believe that every good entrepreneur begins as a ...

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Entrepreneurship: Journey from Rags to Riches

Witty and Wise are the two drugs you need to get addicted to for becoming a successful entrepreneur. You need not have bags full of bucks or a lot of resources to be a bang on entrepreneur. Believe me you just need to be wise and astute enough to use the best available resource which is your determination and passion. ...

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Increase Your Business’ Revenue by Providing Credit Card Payment Options

One of the best ways to please your clients is to provide them with variety. You should provide them with a variety of products to select from. If you are selling say books, give them books from different authors. The same is the case if you are providing finance services as in banking. Banks have all sorts of products for ...

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Effect of Social Media on SEO

Social media and SEO are closely related concepts that emphasize on creating an identity that can naturally attract internet visitors. The success of social media campaigns depends on content and online visibility. Investing in SEO will boost your social media efforts. Your presence on social media has the potential to produce higher search rankings. Social media has proven to be ...

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The Entrepreneur’s Wish List – What One Founder Is Eyeing For The Holidays

“I’m a startup founder and I spend more time at the office than I’d like to admit.” Sound familiar? Work/life balance has become a hot topic in the startup world. A few months ago, Stanford released a study highlighting how big the issue had become. The study found that productivity per hour declines sharply when the workweek exceeds 50 hours, and productivity ...

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