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Why Startups Should Leverage Social Commerce

Akram Tariq Khan December 25, 2020 Startups should leverage social commerce – irrespective of whether it is a D2C eCommerce brand or a home-based startup. Social commerce makes high-impact marketing campaigns possible at a shoestring budget – it is the usage of social media to increase a business’s presence through recommendations, networking, and collaborations. According … Continue reading Why Startups Should Leverage Social Commerce

The 5 Ultimate Social Entrepreneurship Strategies for Startups

Deryck Jordan July 14, 2020 Social movements that gain momentum occasionally “trickle up” into corporate America. When that occurs, business leaders may feel compelled to engage in corporate activism. Around the globe, companies have recently reckoned with the Me Too, Fridays for Future and Black Lives Matter movements. While such reactive measures may be commendable, … Continue reading The 5 Ultimate Social Entrepreneurship Strategies for Startups

In Response to COVID-19: Crisis Playbook for Startups and Small Businesses

Dana Kachan July 8, 2020 You can find here everything small businesses need to know to overcome a recession and run a smooth transition into the new digital economy. Get ready for experience-backed insights and proven practices on how to provide digital business transformation in 2020. Nobody has expected to face it so quickly. The … Continue reading In Response to COVID-19: Crisis Playbook for Startups and Small Businesses

7 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make During the Nascent Stage of their Startups

Anjan Pathak — May 20, 2020 The year 2020 marked the end of an amazing decade. A decade where we all witnessed the emergence of new businesses that changed how we humans functioned. Be it related to how we worked, how we traveled, or how we bought our daily amenities everything became interconnected and much … Continue reading 7 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make During the Nascent Stage of their Startups