Customers have proven that they'll use your company's mobile app if they're getting something for their efforts. Here's what they expect your app to provide them.
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New data shows that small businesses are likely to increase their spending on SaaS products over the coming years.Jul 28, 2016 443 Shares
What does the newest generation of entrepreneurs really look like? A new survey from Sage attempts to give us a look.Jul 19, 2016 316 Shares
What cities in the U.S. are friendliest to small businesses? If you're looking to move to these top locations, you'll probably need a new pair of boots.Jun 23, 2016 266 Shares
We wrap up our series on entrepreneurial cities across the U.S. with this full look at our data in shareable infographic form.Jun 21, 2016 463 Shares
Alignable and GoDaddy have teamed up to determine what are the biggest things getting in the way of small businesses and enjoying success from their online operations.Jun 15, 2016 337 Shares
Young entrepreneurs are out there developing the technology and products that will surely lead us into the future. But where in the U.S. are they enjoying the best business climate. This study shows the top locations may not be where you think initially.Jun 14, 2016 655 Shares
New research from Cisco shows that most small businesses are interested in exploring the idea of a cloud-based communication system.Jun 10, 2016 259 Shares
Small businesses are opening all over the U.S., and at a rate faster than they're closing. So, what cities in the U.S. are serving as friendliest hosts to small business?Jun 7, 2016 836 Shares
What cities across this country are best suited for minority small business owners?May 31, 2016 523 Shares
According to a new survey, nearly half of small businesses will have a mobile app by 2017. If you don't have one, here are options to help you decide.Apr 21, 2016 928 Shares
New data from the National Retail Federation shows that retail sales will grow about 3.1 percent this year. The number is slower than in previous years but NRF says there are signs for an improving economy.Mar 20, 2016 271 Shares