Terry Lammers — March 25, 2019 — March 25, 2019 Lalmch / Pixabay What is your company worth? It’s important to know your business valuation. If you’ve put any thought into life after running your current business, you’ve likely given this question some consideration. But the real question is this: Is your own estimate accurate? … Continue reading How to Make the Most of Your Business Valuation (Even if You’re Not Ready to Sell)
Major Retailers, Restaurants Not Ready For Voice Search by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, March 7, 2019 Consumers are trending toward using their voice to search for products and conduct purchases, but findings from a recent study show few brands have incorporated a voice optimization strategy into their marketing plans. None, per the study, are ready to … Continue reading Major Retailers, Restaurants Not Ready For Voice Search
Major Retailers, Restaurants Not Ready For Voice Search by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, March 7, 2019 Consumers are trending toward using their voice to search for products and conduct purchases, but findings from a recent study show few brands have incorporated a voice optimization strategy into their marketing plans. None, per the study, are ready to … Continue reading Major Retailers, Restaurants Are Not Ready For Voice Search
Katherine Pendrill — February 25, 2019 — February 25, 2019 There are few phrases more panic-inducing for business owners than “tax season.” This is especially true for business owners who may have fallen behind on their bookkeeping. However, tax season doesn’t have to be the nail-biting, sweat-inducing, anxiety-ridden ordeal that some make it out to … Continue reading How to Get Your Business (and Your Bookkeeping) Ready for Tax Season
Robert Gloer — February 6, 2019 Follow @IOUFinancial — February 6, 2019 jarmoluk / Pixabay According to Benjamin Franklin, there are only two certainties in life: death and taxes. Although tax season is still a few months away, it’s advantageous that business owners start preparing for it now. There are certain steps that need to … Continue reading Tax Season Prep: 5 Steps to Get You Ready Now
Brian Wallace — December 17, 2018 Follow @nowsourcing — December 17, 2018 The American dream tells us that if we do everything right there’s no way we could possibly fail – but Gen Z knows better. Born from 1996, raised during the Great Recession and the student loan crisis, Get Z has learned much during … Continue reading Is GenZ Ready To Take The Entrepreneurial Reins? [Infographic]
Taylor Gordon — December 17, 2018 — December 17, 2018 Working in my business full-time is one of my greatest accomplishments. I set my own hours, I work from home, and I get to choose what projects I work on. Despite my satisfaction with the career choice, I always tell aspiring full-time business owners to … Continue reading 4 Signs You’re Not Ready to Quit Your Job
Fred Ulrich — November 30, 2018 — November 30, 2018 For those of us who work in the payments industry, contactless payments and contactless cards have been something of a white whale for close to 20 years now. Always out there, just about to catch-on, if only… A brief history of contactless paymentsThere’s a history … Continue reading Contactless Cards Are Finally Ready for Prime Time (No, This Time We *Really* Mean It!)
JoAnn Corley — November 3, 2018 Follow @joann corley — November 3, 2018 I know this sounds like a very odd question. You’re probably saying to yourself, “What do you mean? I’m a grown-up.” Well, sure you are. But most of us will agree, we have our moments — particularly at work, when some crazy … Continue reading Are You Ready to Be a Workplace Grown-up?
Rick Goodman — November 2, 2018 Follow @DrRickGoodman — November 2, 2018 Pexels / Pixabay As you climb the corporate ladder, sooner or later you have to take on some additional responsibilities. You’re not going to get a better title or a bigger office without proving that you can handle more projects, more direct reports, … Continue reading Are You Ready for More Responsibilities?