Members of The Young Entrepreneur Council share some ideas for your small business on how best to market your company for the changing seasons.
The Young Entrepreneur Council
The Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) is an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. The YEC provides entrepreneurs with access to tools, mentorship, and resources that support each stage of their business’s development and growth. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently launched StartupCollective, a free virtual mentorship program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow businesses.
YEC members are the young media personalities, thought leaders, and founders behind some of the world’s most successful companies and nonprofits, including LivingSocial, iContact, Grasshopper, Startup Weekend, Threadless, Reddit, Justin.tv, Behance, Modcloth, 2tor, and College Hunks Hauling Junk.
Members of the Young Entrepreneur Council have some keen advice to consider before you go about assembling your small business team.Jun 2, 2016 484 Shares
If you've ever been told you have management potential, that's great. But entrepreneurs need to be managers whether they were born to it or not. Here's one place to get started.May 27, 2016 871 Shares
Social media may be a place most people share baby photos and check up on friends. But for B2B companies, sites like Linkedin -- and, yes, even Facebook -- it's also a place for building business relationships and building a brand. Here's how.Apr 24, 2016 1.6k Shares
Meetings can be a drag on any small business. That is, unless, your small business is making the most of the time together. Members of The Young Entrepreneur Council are offering some advice on holding effective meetings.Apr 20, 2016 672 Shares
Is a member of your team ready to make a jump to management? Members of The Young Entrepreneur Council weigh in with some of the traits you should be looking for in management material for your small business.Apr 14, 2016 877 Shares
Members of the Young Entrepreneur Council offer up 11 easy ways that you can implement a referral program at your small business.Mar 28, 2016 603 Shares
Need a good place to find temporary help for your business during a particularly difficult time. You're in luck. This article shares not one or two but nine great sources from entrepreneurs just like you.Mar 21, 2016 277 Shares
Adding a new member to your team can seem more like an exercise in paperwork management than anything else. Check out these tips for bringing on new help without worrying so much about the administration end of things.Feb 18, 2016 488 Shares
No matter what else happens, what your customers say about you is most important. So, how are you listening to them? Here are some great ways to get some positive customer feedback about your company from your customers and their experience.Feb 11, 2016 538 Shares
Small family-run businesses can offer a really unique, sometimes ages-old product or service to their communities. They can also fall victim to familial squabbles and other forms of interference. That's why it may be necessary for these small businesses to go outside the family to find someone to keep things running smoothly.Jan 28, 2016 491 Shares
Where can small businesses go for B2C customers? The Young Entrepreneur Council suggests some places you may not have thought of right away.Jan 21, 2016 332 Shares