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How to avoid common inventory mistakes
Effective inventory management is essential when trying to avoid costly errors like ordering items in excess volume, mis...
6 signs you are having bookkeeping and accounting issues
Lots of small business owners have a phobia of bookkeeping - and it’s holding their business back. Here are six tell-tal...
Knowing your point of diminishing return
Former lawyer and business owner, Rachel Macon how to figure out whether you have reached the point of diminishing retur...
People Science: What if companies knew their people as well as they knew their customers?
People Science means applying data-driven approaches to improve workforce visibility – and how you both manage and engag...
How the founders of Little Barn Apothecary grew their business and built a loyal fanbase
A Q&A interview with the founders of Little Barn Apothecary about how they grew their business and built a loyal fanbase.
How to stop being boring on social media
You may be active on social media, but are you engaging? Here’s how to avoid boring your followers and truly reap the be...
Q&A interview with Jaime Stepic, Owner and Founder of Gingham and Eyelet
Jaime Stepic, Owner and Founder of Gingham and Eyelet, a DIY and Crafting workshop space in Norcross, Georgia sits down ...
Everything I know about managing people I learned from captaining my tennis team
Ellen Forbes shares how captaining a tennis team taught her how to manage people.
How to master your brand and gain a competitive edge
Susan Solovic shares how your small business can develop a brand strategy that stands out from your competitors.
How to target millennials this Small Business Saturday
Small Business Saturday is one of the largest retail days for many small businesses around the country. 4 tips to encour...
Checklist: How to prepare for Small Business Saturday
Small Business Saturday is just a few weeks away. Are you ready? Use our checklist to prepare for the busiest shopping d...
It’s okay to wind down: How to bounce back from a setback in your business
Every business experiences highs and lows. Former Lawyer and Business Owner, Rachel Macon tell you how to bounce back af...
Why anchor clients are key to small business success
Anchor clients provide a foundation for your small business by stabilizing cash flow, helping you grow, and building a n...
Want to find out more about your customers? Give them a voice by doing a customer survey.
Surveys are a win-win for you and your customers. Learn how to get the most out of customer surveys.
What your business can learn from people watching
Sage Advice contributor Sharon Worsley shares why people watching may be the key ingredient to learning more about your ...
Why you should make the business case for corporate philanthropy
Doing good in the community often translates to doing well as a business. Companies are often already supporting their l...
A tip for entrepreneurs – Don’t mix personal and business finances
Nhlakanipho “Nhlaks” Zondi shares advice to entrepreneurs on why they shouldn't mix personal and business finances.
5 social media trends businesses should watch out for in 2018
Social media expert, Rebecca Coleman shares her predictions about what’s going to be hot in social media in 2018.
How to make mentorship a part of your business strategy
Business coach Sherrin Ross Ingram shares why business advisement is important and what to look for in a mentor.
Lost your passion for business? Here’s how to get it back
Sometimes in business, you’ll encounter a stumbling block and you begin to wonder, “Is this really what I should be doin...
3 tips to maximize your time (and keep your sanity) at Dreamforce
Dreamforce 2017 in San Francisco is a crazy ride. Check out our three insider tips to maximize your time—and keep your s...
Free time: how automation can unlock your company’s potential
Find out how advances in automation and artificial intelligence can be used to transform your business.
Your business is talking—but are you listening?
Here are a few tech advances that can help you listen to the voice of your business to better prepare for the future.