If you're lucky enough to have a product that's iconic -- like the Girl Scouts do with their cookies -- there's still always room for improvement.
If you haven't started your back-to-school promotions just yet, you're running out of time. The National Retail Federation says that a majority of shoppers begin their back-to-school shopping right now.
Where do you take your clients for a working lunch? Or where's a great spot to get away with some of your closest colleagues for a trendy lunch? We've found some of the best noshes across the country that make a perfect lunch spot.
Companies like Starbucks didn't become as successful as they are by ignoring customers and trends. That's why the company's latest move should appeal to a wider range of coffee drinkers. So, what can your company do to cater to a trend or widen the potential customer pool?
A shopping trip to the mall -- yes, they still happen -- often start with a purpose. So, how do you get people shopping at malls to visit your store?
Want to exceed customer expectations? Address their complaints quickly. That's all you need to do because, as it turns out, they don't have high expectations when they log a gripe against your company or one of your products.
Sales lagging at your business? This one thing could be the key to boosting those sales back up again.
A collaboration between Amazon and Kickstarter brings the projects crowdfunded off the ground to a much bigger audience in their own marketplace.
Mobile phones are getting into more and more hands worldwide, per shipment totals, but that number could have reached its peak.
Your small business's online presence is a bit dated. It's time to get your business open to mobile visitors. Here's how you get it there to meet them.
Sure, it may be on top of the fast-food game but McDonald's stays there because it adapts to trends and customer demands.
It may not be the healthiest thing to make its way from plate to belly but that doesn't stop droves of people heading to doughnut shops of all kinds. These independent companies are really rolling in the doughnut success.