With holiday shopping beginning in earnest this week, it’s not too late to launch some last-minute sales and marketing plans of your own.
Struggling with productivity and time management? Try these simple guidelines to improve your focus simply by saying “no.”
Consumers have more options than ever these days, so don’t give them an excuse to visit your competitors.
As we enter the most deal-crazed time of year, daily deals sites such as Groupon and LivingSocial try to adapt to the changing marketplace — while facing the possibility that the original coupon model may one day soon be viewed …
Some of the greatest successes you can think of began with failure. What a difference a little perseverance can make.
Startups can attract talented employees in search of the exciting challenges and big rewards that a new venture can offer, so you want to be sure they’re engaged and growing while pursuing those rewards.
Launching a startup can be pretty daunting and all-consuming, so it’s understandable that work-life balance can be one of the first things to go for an entrepreneur.
Poor customer service costs U.S. companies about $80 billion a year in lost sales, and more than 60% of those unhappy customers go to a competitor.
Money is everyone’s first choice as a reward for a job well done, but for a startup looking to stretch its funds, it’s not always easy to hand out raises that are as generous as you’d like.
Even the best of marriages will likely struggle under the pressures of a shared workplace. The key is to define your domain and find common ground outside the office.
Franchising could put your business on the path to hypergrowth, but only if your business model is a fit.