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Be a Business Leader, Not Just a Business Owner

In a business setting, staff works for the owner. However, in a positive work environment, business leaders should also help nurture their team. So, what do we mean by helping nurture your team? It is about helping them be equipped with important knowledge to gain a better career and life outside the office. Years ago,

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Maximizing Your Establishment’s Customer Service: What Should You Do?

How do you know a business is successful? Many signs can indicate when a company is doing well. One of the most prevalent ways of knowing that a business is doing well is taking the necessary steps to serve its customers better. This isn’t a surprise when customers are the lifeblood of any business organization.

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Cash Crops For Your Backyard

Money doesn’t grow on trees — but they grow in your yard. Cash crops can leave you rolling in money with very little investment. The right crops can sell for their weight in gold, and growing them takes little to no effort. Start growing in your yard, greenhouse, or shed and you’ll soon have a

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Find Out the Challenges and Advantages of Running a Logistics Company

Every day, thousands of people decide to start their own businesses. Many of these businesses fail within the first year, and many more never get off the ground due to a lack of research. Before you start your logistics company, you must know what challenges and advantages are involved with running one to make an informed

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Productivity in Manufacturing: Ways to Improve Work Procedures and Output

Manufacturing is one of the most important industries in the U.S. that accounts for 11.39% of the overall output in the economy. Because of this fact, it’s understandable why the manufacturing sector is so keen on enhancing productivity in manufacturing to maintain competitiveness and improve gross profits. Productivity relies on the combination of processes, equipment,

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You Don’t Choose the Landlord Life. It Chooses You

There are two types of people globally: those that are meant to become tenants and those that are meant to be landlords. Of course, the homeowners are excluded from this because they already represent both parts of the equation. The people who are destined to become landlords have naturally charming personalities, an entrepreneurial spirit, and

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Branding Lessons the Police Can Teach Entrepreneurs

Talk about marketing, and usually, people think about brands like Nike, Geico, and Coca-Cola. These are companies that create compelling marketing materials, whether on TV or online. But do you know one of the masters in branding is the police? Find out here. 1. The Police Is Keenly Aware of the Importance of Image Branding

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Things to Do to Launch Your Online Business This Pandemic

With social distancing protocols and shelter-in-place orders due to COVID-19, many brick and mortar stores are closing. As a result, people are relying on e-commerce businesses instead. More people are now buying online to keep themselves and their loved ones safe. Globally, online sales rose by 71% during the second quarter of 2020. Considering this number, now

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How Businesses Can Keep Employees Engaged during the Pandemic

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic extends beyond the health industry. Apart from health worries, employment concerns likewise proliferate as the business and entrepreneurial sector moves towards a downtrend. With the unprecedented reduction of socio-economic activities, more and more businesses are forced to stop operation or resort to retrenchment. In the United States alone, unemployment

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How Branding Has Contributed to the Popularity of Tiny Houses

Mansions are fascinating to watch on TV and the Internet. It’s complete—sometimes, too complete people ask themselves, “Do I need that?” The answer doesn’t always come. After all, it’s nice to have stuff there in case anyone needs them. Then, there’s the tiny house. Another fascinating housing subculture that millennials are more than on board

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