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Leading Your Business From Home: 5 Way to Effectively Manage Your Team Remotely

By Jason Rush There is a new reality that many of us are undertaking: working from home—or as it is now known, “WFH.” Many of us, including myself, have been doing it for years. This is our norm. Unfortunately, COVID-19 is forcing a whole new group of individuals to join us. This is a new …

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Work From Home Guide for First-Time Remote Workers

We’re currently in the midst of the greatest remote work experiment in history. The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing businesses to quickly adapt to new work setups that allow for greater social distancing. While it is not a big adjustment for remote work converts such as myself, it can be somewhat challenging for those trying this …

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The Coronavirus Crisis Is Revealing These 5 Problems With Your Business Model—Here’s How to Fix Them

By Sofiya Merenych The 2020 coronavirus crisis is now global. And it’s practically impossible to find an industry that hasn’t been affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. Most airlines have had to adjust their schedules or even cancel some, if not all, flights. The film and entertainment industry is in danger because of the cancellation of …

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Small Business Relief Must Be a Priority During the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Alexis Glick As the COVID-19 health emergency has been unfolding, I’ve been doing some writing and media appearances talking about a group of people I care passionately about—namely, the millions of underserved children in the United States who depend on the U.S.D.A.’s school lunch and school breakfast programs for the lion’s share of their …

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The State of Minority-Owned Businesses: Women Entrepreneurs

How are women business owners faring these days? Better, even though the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) 2018-2019 Women’s Report, coauthored by researchers from Babson College and Smith College, says the number of startups by women worldwide still lags that of men. Total Entrepreneurial Activity (TEA) represents the percentage of the adult working-age population, ages 18 …

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5 Ways to Improve Employee Communication During the COVID-19 Crisis

By Andy Bailey During these extraordinary times, as the world’s foremost health experts work to quell the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s critical that leaders step up, make the right decisions swiftly, and be ready to pivot on a moment’s notice. Taking care of company team members should be a top priority. Leaders need to take the …

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Small Business Relief: COVID-19 Resources for Startups

Small businesses are struggling to find relief during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Forbes, about 30 million small businesses across the United States are in trouble, with half that number blaming the pandemic for revenue decline. As states work to approve emergency funding measures for business owners, many companies are closing their doors and laying …

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10 Tips for Conducting Productive Virtual Meetings

By Eva Jo Meyers Despite the COVID-19 pandemic shaking up our world right now, business owners, employees, and stakeholders still need to have meetings, maybe now more than ever. Here are 10 tips on how to conduct effective meetings virtually when you are unable to have them in person: 1. Do some extra preparation Just …

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Are You Focusing on the Right Key Metrics to Scale Your Startup?

By Kash Mathur Success in the startup space is no small undertaking. You’re trying to validate your product and simultaneously trying to develop a customer base, secure funds, establish a sustainable business model, and find the right people to bring on board. All that and figuring out how to scale, too! With your attention so …

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The Year Ahead for Small Business, Part 2: More Expert Predictions on New Trends and Opportunities We’ll See This Year

Last week we took a look at what several business experts, entrepreneurs, and business thought leaders predicted was going to unfold for small business owners in 2020. Now, in part 2, I want to share additional predictions about advertising, marketing, workplace issues, retail, and more. If you missed part 1, be sure to read The Year …

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16 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Give Back This Holiday Season

You might not realize it, but your business know-how and drive is valuable to people outside your company, too. Whether you’re volunteering in a soup kitchen or mentoring students, there are plenty of ways to pay it forward. And this is the perfect time of year to do exactly that (or make a New Year’s …

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