From Mary Kay to Tupperware to Tastefully Simple to Stella & Dot, direct sales organizations (also called multilevel marketing companies) are a popular way for people to build a direct-sales business while working at home.
But with... Continue
Company retreats are a staple for most larger businesses because they’re invaluable opportunities. Beyond the initial want to build a stronger team, they allow participants to gain some physical and mental... Continue
As a small business owner, you probably struggle with organizing and archiving the constant, often overwhelming influx of information required to run your business efficiently. If you’ve ever searched in vain for a brilliant idea... Continue
If severe weather strikes your business, you will likely be scrambling to handle multiple tasks—from assessing any damage to trying to get your business operations back to normal as quickly as humanly possible. It’s essential to have a... Continue
People often associate “severe weather” with the warm, stormy summer and fall months. Yet winter can deliver just as many weather-related risks and costs to your business—if not more.
A 2013 report by the National Climatic Data... Continue
Each summer, Jennifer Adams Bunkers, founder and CEO of TruKids, a company that sells natural and organic body care products for children, hires three to five high school and college students to work at her company.
Bunkers, who launched... Continue
Online review platforms are a boon for your business…except when they’re not. One negative review on a site like Yelp can have a tremendous impact on the traffic that comes (or doesn’t) through your door. Everyone knows that a single... Continue