5 Ways to Make Your Business Stand out From the Crowd

Regardless of your political views, everyone will agree that there is no better example of the need to stand out from the crowd than the current slate of Republican presidential contenders.  With seventeen (at last count) individuals vying for the nomination of their party, there is a compelling reason for one candidate to stand out. You Must Stand Out It’s ...

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How to Plan a Successful Launch Event in a New Market

For most tech startups, success increases with each new market launch. One example is Uber’s intense series of city-by-city launches, which quickly catapulted the company from a small San Fran car service to a $40 billion company that operates in 58 countries and 300 cities worldwide. Launching a business in a new market takes a lot of research, planning and marketing, but nothing ...

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Tap into Your Passions to Make Money in a Fun and Flexible Way

Ever walk by a clothing store or surf the web and find an item that either inspires you or makes you think about how you could make it better? Certainly the thought process stops there for most of us because we envision obstacles that are far too daunting—or think getting our idea on a piece of clothing or an accessory ...

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Top Five Things to Consider When Looking For a Business Loan

Starting a business, whether small or big, can be challenging and risky. It always comes with the utmost need for funding. When starting out, you can seek funding from investors. As the business grows, you can turn to other lenders such as credit unions or banks. Consider the following factors when looking for a small business loan to best suite ...

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Two Reasons Employee Recognition Programs Have Failed

It is estimated that 90 percent of all U.S. businesses and organizations have some form of employee recognition program. This trend has occurred due to companies realizing that their leaders and managers need help recognizing their team members for work well done. But the problem is – in terms of helping employees feel truly valued and appreciated — the employee ...

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A B2B Revolution in the Making – The Case for Sales Acceleration

Driven by advances in digital data management technology, sales acceleration is a trend that is transforming traditional commerce. Sales environments, both B2C and B2B, are ripe for improvement. Selling was once an art focused far more on personal relationships than on the actual item being sold. Much of this sentiment still rings true, but the dynamics have shifted considerably. The ...

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7 Entrepreneurs Explain The Best Ways to Cut Cost in Business

Sometimes when times get hard or difficult, business owners are faced with tough decisions to make on how to move forward with their business ventures. For business owners, these decisions can be the difference between being on the cover of the Fortune 500 and filing for bankruptcy. We decided to ask some entrepreneurs and business owner their advice on the ...

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Over 30 Entrepreneurs Explain Social Media Etiquette

Social Media is a huge opportunity for entrepreneurs and business owners. There’s Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, Vine and even more popping up. There’s an etiquette for everything: dining etiquette, phone etiquette, business etiquette, and now: social media etiquette. The world of social media is constantly evolving, however, and the boundaries between public and personal have never been more undefined. For ...

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Personal Cars vs. Mass Transport: Pros and Cons

Transportation is a crucial matter for any person. Whether you are an entrepreneur or a worker, a student or a senior citizen, having access to transportation will greatly help in just about every aspect of your daily life. There are two main ways to get from point A to point B: Use the mass transport system or go for personal ...

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Your Intellectual Property Is Not Communal Property: Protecting Companies from Unfair Competition

Intellectual property is the lifeblood of a company’s ability to innovate, and derive royalties from and adapt to the needs of the marketplace. Rather, the protection of that property – ensuring its integrity through an independent judiciary, and penalizing, through fines and punitive damages, those who violate that autonomy – is an inseparable part of the history of American business. ...

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