Julie Chomiak — February 17, 2017 — February 17, 2017 Networking is an incredibly broad term that seems overwhelming, but when broken down, it’s a terrific resource for small business owners. Meeting people in person and establishing true relationships is a major part of growing a business, but also in creating a support system for … Continue reading Meet Your Match: Tips for Networking as a Small Business Owner
David Kiger — February 10, 2017 Follow @davidkiger— February 10, 2017 Despite their best efforts, small business owners may face chaotic scenarios early in their entrepreneurial experience. This can come in a variety of areas. Just to scratch the surface, there’s securing funding, getting established as a reliable business, keeping clients and employees happy, and … Continue reading Small Business Owners Need Composure to Get Through Chaos
Paul Trujillo — January 24, 2017 Follow @TruPaultx— January 24, 2017 As small and medium-sized businesses everywhere look to 2017 and beyond, one of the major questions has to be how they’ll compete with large companies like Amazon, which is “traditionally” an online retailer but appears to have its sights set on virtually every industry, … Continue reading What Does the 2017 Small Business Report Tell Us?
Shelly Dutton — January 8, 2017 — January 8, 2017 In small and midsize businesses, supply chains can sometimes be more daunting than their much-larger rivals’. The challenges may be the same; but when every customer counts, there is little room for delayed product shipments, lost material orders, and low-quality supplies. Access to high-quality resources … Continue reading ‘Big Business’ Advantages For Small And Midsize Business Supply Chains
Courtney Hurst — December 20, 2016 Follow @CourtneyHurst— December 20, 2016 When the clocks fell back last month, I was finally able to take a step back and start really processing my first summer of running two, very different businesses — Metis Communications, a Boston-based strategic marketing firm I co-founded more than 11 years ago, … Continue reading The No. 1 Choice Small-Business Owners Make Every Day
Megan Hendrickson — December 19, 2016 — December 19, 2016 Unless you’re a small business owner who is not interested in growing your brand, you need to have a website. These days building a business website or ecommerce store is easier than ever: it doesn’t cost much money, you don’t have to know how to … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why Your Small Business Needs a Website
Kaitlyn Hammond — December 14, 2016 — December 14, 2016 Thousands of small business owners across the country participated in Small Business Saturday, an annual event held on the first Saturday after Thanksgiving. Sponsored by American Express, it is intended to bring awareness to small businesses, and encourage patrons to skip big box retailers and … Continue reading Your Small Business Saturday Attack Plan
Stephanie Heitman — November 30, 2016 Follow @stephheitman— November 30, 2016 Small Business Saturday is the perfect time to harvest a new crop of customers. Your in-store event or special offers pulled them in, but now what? Here are six tips to keep the momentum going with your Small Business Saturday customers so they keep … Continue reading 6 Ways to Cozy Up to New Customers After Small Business Saturday
by Kaitlyn HammondOctober 15, 2016 If you own a small business, you are already providing jobs and offering great products and services to your community, but sometimes these efforts can go unnoticed. That’s where Small Business Saturday comes in. This year, on November 26, customers across the country will shop in their community and recognize … Continue reading #ShopSmall: Get Involved to Get Profitable and Make a Difference
by Susan Friesen Follow @https://twitter.com/eVisionMediaSeptember 19, 2016 As a business owner and solopreneur, it’s really important to know that the time, energy, and resources you invest in your business provides a generous return on investment. Social media platforms are a powerful tool that can help you market your business, but unless you know how to … Continue reading Is Social Media Really Worth It For A Small Business?