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Quality Control Tips for Small Businesses

Quality control is what it sounds like—it’s a process that a business uses to ensure they maintain the quality of their products or improve that quality. Quality control means that both the management and employees need to be equally invested in the products and the business.
Posted on Jun 26, 2020

What Are the Benefits of Collaboration Tools for Small Businesses?

If your business isn’t currently using collaboration tools, then you’re missing out on a fantastic way of improving the efficiency and productivity of your business! You may think that a collaboration tool is only important for a large business, but it is also helpful for a small business. Collaboration software brings everyone together, which creates several advantages for your small business.
Posted on Feb 04, 2020

The Small Ways that Businesses Can Control a Setback

Running a business is not as easy as most entrepreneurs will make it seem, especially if you’re looking at Instagram. All you may be seeing are big smiles, clever memes, and “huge profits” --but there’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes. One of them is setback. It’s rarely spoken of while it’s happening, but it does happen. And surprise, it’s normal.
Posted on Jan 31, 2020 by Susan Ranford

Saving Energy & Money While Working at Home

Now more than ever, companies are allowing increased flexibility when it comes to employees’ schedules, as millennials are more interested in becoming entrepreneurs and working from home than at a 9-5 office job as well. Although one advantage of working from home is saving on gas and time spent commuting, you also increase your own energy costs. Depending on your business you will most likely be using your internet, printer, laptop and any other equipment to keep on top of your work, ultimately contributing to a higher energy bill at the end of every month. Saving energy while working at home doesn’t have to mean you end up freezing in the dark just to save a few bucks. Incorporating even a few of these tips a day can make a bigger difference than you may realize. The more energy-saving tips you can tackle, while remaining comfortable in your own home, the greater your chances of saving energy.
Posted on Jan 13, 2020

Fast and Effective Ways to Attract New Customers

When you own and operate a small business, you probably feel like the majority of your time goes toward new customer acquisition. That’s likely not just a feeling and is the reality. Finding new customers is one of the most difficult parts of owning a business, but also one of the most essential.
Posted on Nov 05, 2019

Tips to Protect Your Small Business From Fraud and Scams

Most companies, big and small, are aware of fraud and scams. Whether the scams are in person or online, they can come with serious consequences. Both businesses and lives can be significantly affected by fraud and scams. These crimes are committed every day and businesses need to be prepared for these attacks. There are some simple steps businesses can take to prevent losses from these crimes.
Posted on Jul 31, 2019

Database For Self Employed: Everything You Need to Know

We are living in a world of abundant data and all that data is collectible for marketing purposes. A lack of data can hinder a company in a big way. Not knowing who your customers are, what they want, or how they react to marketing will negatively impact your company. That is why collecting proper data is crucial for business, no matter if you’re self-employed or a large corporation.
Posted on Jun 24, 2019
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