Nash Riggins is a Staff Writer for Small Business Trends who covers industry studies, emerging trends and general business developments.
Nash is an American journalist based in central Scotland. He specializes in financial analysis and socio-political commentary.
In addition to Small Business Trends, he also writes for The Huffington Post, World Finance and GuruFocus.
For more from Nash, visit his website NashRiggins.com.
What is LEED certification and why should you care? Here's a primer on LEED certification and its importance to your small business.Apr 17, 2017 214 Shares
A new study from LinkedIn reveals the connection between the gig economy and small businesses.Apr 13, 2017 260 Shares
An employee handbook plays an important role in a growing small business. What should be in yours?Apr 6, 2017 310 Shares
Enacting change on a whim is a mistake some small businesses make. To truly succeed when making a shift, you should create a change management plan.Mar 23, 2017 383 Shares
We break down when you might need to write such a letter and what has to be included.Mar 22, 2017 158 Shares
Veterans bring a certain presence to your small business team as well as real financial bonuses. Check out these 15 benefits of hiring veterans.Mar 15, 2017 3.9k Shares
What is drop shipping? It's a way for your small ecommerce business to act like a bigger one by taking and fulfilling more orders.Feb 27, 2017 299 Shares
Print on demand services come with a clear set of advantages for small businesses including lower costs, order fulfillment, and less mistakes.Feb 27, 2017 174 Shares
Outsourcing requires a delicate balance on the part of the small business owner. Here are the advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing of outsourcing.Feb 21, 2017 671 Shares
Mobile networks are about to undergo an upgrade in speed. What is 5G and what can the boost in speed it provides do for your small business?Feb 18, 2017 393 Shares
If you were banking on that rapid repeal-and-replace Obamacare promise, you might be disappointed.Feb 13, 2017 157 Shares