Small, meaningful changes to your daily routine or workday can have a greater impact than you might think.
Small Business Operations
Despite all the technological advancements that have helped small businesses handle more and more customers, most consumers prefer human-to-human interactions.
Setting goals for your small business -- both short and long term -- helps drive the direction you'll take next. But what sort of goals should you set? Here's a handful of ways to set meaningful goals for your small business.
If you're an entrepreneur or small business owner that spends a lot of time at home, you'll need to have an ideal workspace. Here are 21 things that your home office should have.
Startups and small businesses just getting off the ground may want to consider being more transparent. But financial transparency can be a risky proposition for some businesses. Here's why.
Technology can really help get more done in the day but sometimes it can have the opposite effect. Here are ways to separate from your technology while still being productive AND enjoying some free time away from it all.
Both companies are promising the acquisition will result in more options for the budget-conscious traveler, especially those traveling for business. How could the new company enhance your next business trip?
Skillfeed.com, the video tutorial resource site owned by Shutterstock has shut down. Find out what that means if you've uploaded videos to the site, have a subscription, or are owed money for your tutorials.
If your small business is considering adding a live chat option to your website, there are things to consider first. And then you'll need to pick the right platform to get live chat implemented.
Becca Brown, the founder of Solemates, says the key to her entrepreneurial success is to follow three words of her college lacrosse coach: "Act as if __."
Small business experts sat down on Sept. 23 for a Twitter chat sponsored by Visa to discuss the upcoming deadline for small businesses to accept EMV chip cards.
Almost 40 percent of small businesses are unlikely to re-open after a disaster strikes. Here's how you can keep your small business prepared in the face of extremes.