Jeanet Wade shares the six facets of human needs leaders must take into account in order to expect teams to perform at the highest level possible.
Many small businesses began to move their marketing budgets away from SEO and towards PPC advertising when they fully bought the line that SEO was dead. But Jerome Swanson of Titan Digital says SEO is not dead - it was still essential to good website ranking and traffic generation.
The New Year brings new events that may positively or negatively affect your business. Known events are possible to plan for in advance. Taffy Williams, author of "Think Agile: How Smart Entrepreneurs Adapt in Order to Succeed" shares some agile activities may help you be more prepared in the New Year.
Launching your first business event can be an exciting yet daunting prospect if you’re a start-up or SME. These four crucial details will help you nail it.
Travelling for business can become an expensive affair, especially when you have to do it quite often. If you are having trouble managing your travel expenses, you will find the following tips helpful.
If you think your customers exist solely to “buy your stuff,” you’re missing a huge part of the picture. Bill Lee, author of The Hidden Wealth of Customers, says your customers are uniquely equipped to influence your product development, sing your praises, and even close sales for you. He describes seven things they can do better than you.
As fashion changes and our country becomes more progressive, so too does standards of office attire. Rob Wilson, CEO of Employco USA shares his tips for employers and employees when it comes to the dress code.
S willingness to understand your conflict management style is an essential component of good leadership; while much of how someone engages in conflict is due to personal temperament and personality, identifiable styles do exist. Here are a handful of them.
Marketing to Millennials? Tech Entrepreneur Identifies Opportunities for Businesses
Right-size an office to develop an environment that continually inspires productivity and business growth. Look for opportunities to build a workspace that realizes that potential, says Leonard Callejo of Cisco Webex.
Each employee and manager is an insider with access to sensitive information. Isaac Kohen, founder and CEO of Teramind explores some insider scenarios small business owners may easily find their organization in.
Current tax reform proposals put forth by the incoming Trump Administration and the Republican House of Representatives would greatly reduce tax rates on C-Corps. Such a reduction could turn out to be the largest tax rate reduction in U.S. history, says Lance Christensen, CPA, partner at Margolin, Winer & Evens LLP.
Prepack administration is an insolvency process. It is used by insolvency practitioners to sell the assets and business of an insolvent company as soon as it enters administration. Eamonn Wall, managing director of Robson Scott Associates shares a few potential reasons why you should reconsider pre-packing your company when that happens.
by Steve Sims, CDO of Badgeville A recent Gartner report clearly illustrated the need for recognition of quality performance for employees. The report states, “Recognizing...
When it comes to running a business, you want to stand out and be outstanding. Lea Schneider shares three key areas you need to address these three key areas to help you stand out so you are well on your way to be outstanding.
Having helped countless remote web developers find trustworthy companies to collaborate with, the folks at Soshace noticed a curious trend: remote companies with great company culture perform better.
While the Indian Trademark Office has been constantly trying to complete the mammoth task of clearing several thousands of trademark applications pending before it at various stages of prosecution, Raja Selvam, Managing Attorney with Selvam and Selvam shares four steps that would help you to protect your trademark in India quickly and cost-effectively.
2020 is here and it’s time to embrace the new decade with the marketing automation tools that will set your business up for sustained success in the new decade.
J.B. Brocato, CEO of Intense Coaching and Consulting Worldwide and author of "A Service Provider's Guide to Starting a Unique Business Networking Group" offers 5 keys that, while applicable to everyone in creating a life of long-term happiness, are particularly relevant to the sales professional.
Many business owners are risk-averse, and for good reason. However, if you want to be successful, Tom Panaggio says there are five risks you must take when it comes to building relationships with your customers.
It’s difficult to focus on building a Great Team Culture when you’re simultaneously trying to build a great product or service – but both are critical for the long-term success of your company. Jack Litewka, author of "The Sophisticated Manager: A Guide to Success" looks at how you can do both at the same time.
If you are an innovative company entering an emerging market, you should be aware that you are sailing into a vast ocean and will need to engage in purposeful navigation. Joanna Malaczynski, founder of DESi, shares some lessons how you can do so.