Small businesses are the engines of ingenuity bringing vital goods and services to our community on a daily basis. The local support it takes to get a small business up and running matters and so does the trust it takes to build and maintain local customers. Small business owners hold a hefty responsibility to be a positive part of the ...Read More »
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As many large retailers struggle with competition from e-commerce, in the small business sector even having a website is not yet a foregone conclusion, according to the May 2016 SurePayroll Small Business Scorecard®. Nearly 1 in 3 (28%) of small business owners reported not having a company website for their business. For those that do have a website: • 52% ...Read More »
As the ever-changing world of tech drives consumer action in 2015 trends, 2016 is shaping up to be a year rampant with custom content, unique videos, and adaptive websites that suit mobile browsing. It’s time to get creative in the realm of tech. With smartphone users set to top 2 billion in 2016 (eMarketer) and over 90% of marketers leaning ...Read More »
You’ve heard you are what you eat, well we believe that you are what you read. Teach a CEO presents lessons from our bookshelf on how you can improve and grow your venture. We have taken nuggets from our library and provide them for entrepreneurs and business owners. The implications for your health alone are worth making the shift [from a zebra ...Read More »
You’ve heard you are what you eat, well we believe that you are what you read. Teach a CEO presents lessons from our bookshelf on how you can improve and grow your venture. We have taken nuggets from our library and provide them for entrepreneurs and business owners. Being your own brand involves a promise and a commitment or pledges mad to ...Read More »
Professionals pursuing a career in the STEM industry have numerous entrepreneurial characteristics: technical knowledge, a knack for problem solving and an analytical mindset, to name a few. STEM education fosters the entrepreneurial spirit through project-based curriculum that focus on the application of science, technology, engineering and mathematics studies to address real-world problems. These students, by nature, are driven and passionate ...Read More »
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a very cost-effective digital marketing channel that fits right within the budget of small and medium scale businesses who don’t own deep marketing pockets large corporations have. Check out the infographic below on how to use SEO for your business.Read More »
Public speaking is one of the most popular fears in adulthood. The very idea of standing at the head of a room will with your peers is a horrifying prospect for some. It’s the main reason why there are so many articles online providing feedback on how to give a presentation that will be memorable for your audience as well ...Read More »
Ever business has it. Some businesses have the best out there and some organizations flounder. Feedback is how a company survives. The customer service you deliver, as cliché as it sounds, can make or break your business. Check out the infographic below to learn more. This infographic comes courtesy of Jay Baer.Read More »
As musician Frank Zappa once said, “So many books, so little time.” For a business owner or budding entrepreneur, books can be a life preserver. Of course valuable lessons often come from doing. Business lessons can be learned by trial and error and putting yourself out on the line. But the same lessons can also be had from a book. ...Read More »