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6 Responses to a Crisis that You Should Avoid
Crises are inevitable for any small business. There’s going to come a time where something will go wrong – whether because of you, an employee , or something completely out of your control. How you deal with that crisis can have a negative impact on your company. We want to make sure that doesn’t happen, so we spoke with Taylor Griffith, Owner of Alpha Art, to collect a few key pointers on how not to manage a crisis and how to help you get through one successfully.
The Hartford

Build and Leverage Relationships With Successful People
Dana Pump, CEO and founder of the Harold & Carole Pump Foundation, talks a bit about how he began in the grassroots basketball scene, then breaks down the evolution of their nonprofit over the past 19 years. Pump also talks about …

Performance, Accountability And Mentoring
Every good manager cares about performance and accountability. But after all is said and done, there’s often more said than done …

8 Thoughtful Ways to Recognize Your Team’s Work
One of the most challenging aspects of being a leader is constantly motivating your team while limiting turnover. It may seem like …

3 Tops Tips on Marketing Your Startup Online
No matter how good the product or service that you offer may be, your startup venture is never going to prove successful if you …
The Startup Magazine

The Hottest Trends in Marketing Right Now, According to Industry Experts
The thing about marketing trends, particularly for B2B marketers, is that they change frequently. If you don’t stay on top of them …
All Business

image Advanced Ways Brands Use Data to Increase Online Sales
Data is one of the biggest advantages e-commerce brands have over their brick-and-mortar counterparts. Brands that sell products …
E-Commerce Times

8 things you should know before starting a small business
Starting your own business doesn’t just take money and a good idea. There are dozens of small things to keep in mind before calling yourself an entrepreneur: Have you found a good accountant? What’s your niche? Who are you bringing onto your project?
Business Insider