Morgan Sims is a freelance writer who loves all things tech and social media. When she's not trying out new gadgets and tweeting she spends most of her time with her dog, cooking and staying active. Follow her @MorganSims00.
In the age of entrepreneurship, small businesses are increasingly learning how to adapt to a consumer-based market. As a result, it’s important to keep on top of new practices that will help give your business a competitive edge. Check out these emerging top small business trends in 2014.
In most workplaces, the move toward the busiest holiday season of the year is marked less by the change in décor and more by the change in productivity. Read on for seven tips to keep your employees happily on task through the holidays without seeming like a killjoy.
With this sudden boom in business incubators, many local residents and people around the nation are wondering: Is this new trend good for startups or is it just a fad? Here are some things to consider.
If you’re conducting business today without an online presence, you’re stuck in the old 20th century way of thinking. So many potential customers are online looking for products and services that if they don’t find you there, they’ll find someone else.
Small companies have the highest risk of identity theft out of any other kind of businesses. There are many areas of vulnerability because of the way most small businesses operate. If you don’t want your business and your identity to become part of the 75% of all identity theft crime, here are some security measures you can take.
Knowing everything you can about a possible new hire is imperative to a company’s success. Finding out what kind of employee a person will be in under an hour means you have to ask the right questions. Read on to find ten questions you should consider asking at an interview.
Small Biz Club is the premier destination for small business owners and entrepreneurs. To succeed in business, you have to constantly learn about new things, evaluate what you’re doing, and look for ways to improve—that’s what we’re here to help you do.