The U.S. Small Business Administration is celebrating a milestone in the awarding of federal contracts. SBA says that 5 percent of all federal contracts were awarded to women-owned small businesses in 2015.
Monthly Archives: March 2016
Marketing efforts have been focused online for a few years now but in 2015, it really came to the fore. Expect a lot more of that -- especially a push to mobile -- as a marketing trend in the coming year.
Mark Burnett, the TV reality show mastermind, and Intel are teaming up for a new show that will pit innovators and would-be entrepreneurs against each other to come up with the hottest new piece of wearable tech.
Want to be inspired to do your greatest work as a handmade business or creative entrepreneur? Try on so of these exciting quotes and see which ones have a resonance for you.
A new report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows what it costs to hire employees in today's economy. The report also highlighted the highest paying jobs in the market today.
There's a handful of startups shaking up the small business HR and compliance department industry. These companies are providing valuable resources to companies and changing the way small businesses handle these tasks.
What's the biggest, most valuable fake company we've never seen off the big screen or television? A British company has examined what some of the most popular companies that never were are worth. The results will surprise you.
A new partnership between Delivery.com and Foursquare to deliver food, alcohol, and other goods has the potential to benefit small businesses.
Squarespace has added a handful of new website design templates to its selections for small businesses that use the platform to create their sites.
Blaming your employees for when your business comes up short or just flat out fails will not lead to any progress. Showing leadership and accepting responsibility will get your business ahead.
Microsoft's new Lumia 650 smartphone is geared for business users. What the phone lacks in some hardware, it makes up for with its lightweight price tag.
New data from Content Marketing Institute shows that small businesses are opening their budgets more for paid advertising on social media. Check out some of the key takeaways from the numbers.