Starting and running more businesses than ever, women business owners worldwide are on the rise, according to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) 2016/17 Women’s Report. The report surveyed women entrepreneurs in 74 global economies to create a snapshot of women’s progress. Continue reading “Women Entrepreneurs Have Come A Long Way—But There’s Still Room For Improvement”
You finally have your business up and running, but it isn’t growing at the pace you’d expected, or maybe it is even struggling. What steps can you take to grow your business?
It is important to take action daily to improve your business. Continue reading “Want To Grow Your Small Business? Here Are 5 Action Items To Get Started With Right Now”
In the market research industry, our daily jobs usually entail project work, tight deadlines, and demanding clients. This fast-paced environment is great for women: we are scientifically proven to be better at multi-tasking, are more detail-oriented, and are better communicators than our male counterparts. But the same thing that makes our field a great fit for us works against us when it comes to work-life balance – especially if parenthood is thrown into the mix. Continue reading “New Study Shows Workplace Equality Is Still A Thing Of The Future: What Working Moms Need To Know”
You have a full-time job, but still need to earn some extra cash on the side.
You’re not alone!
With today’s iffy economy, it seems that almost everyone is in the same boat.
Fortunately, the internet is ripe with ways to earn some money that won’t interfere with your day job. Continue reading “The 18 Best Micro Jobs Online List: Work From Home Today!”
Filing your business formation paperwork with the state is a big first step in getting your new business up and running. But that’s just the beginning. Continue reading “8 Mission-Critical Legal Tasks To Tackle After Incorporating Your Business”
So, your Instagram isn’t working as you want it to. Perhaps your account isn’t growing at the rate you want it to. Or maybe your audience has stopped engaging with you. Continue reading “Not Getting What You Want Out Of Your Instagram? Here’s What To Do”
Most companies will focus on their sales, marketing, and balance sheets, but forget the infrastructure that keeps the operations running—and that oversight can get expensive quickly.
When the worst happens and you’re faced with hardware failures, after-hours IT support, system upgrades, vendor audits, or recoveries from hacking and viruses, it’s no wonder that the average IT outage costs $5,600 per minute; for larger companies, this can mean losing up to half a million dollars every hour. Continue reading “Could You Survive A Digital Disaster? Why Every Small Business Needs An IT Road Map”
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After I graduated from college (I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology), I took two months off to backpack around Europe and figure out what I wanted to do with my life. Continue reading “Remote Jobs In The Hospitality, Travel, And Tourism Industries”
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Reports of sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace appear to be at an all-time high. Continue reading “15 Key Steps For Companies Responding To Sexual Harassment Or Discrimination Allegations”
Is your business unprotected? “Of course not,” you probably say. But how sure are you? Almost 40% of small companies would likely go out of business if the business owner unexpectedly died, according to a new report, the New York Life Small Business Insurance Gap. Continue reading “Is Your Small Business Protected If You Die? How To Mind The Insurance Gap”