Business insurance can mean the difference between staying afloat when disaster strikes, or a small business going under. Yet 40% of small businesses have no insurance. Here’s what you need to know to decide if business insurance is right for you.
Maggie McCormick started creating the perfect products, but wasn’t sure how to make the sales. Learn how Maggie took her product, fair trade fashion, and created the brand and design studio Maggie Jayne.
Running a business means being pulled in a lot of different directions, and wearing many hats. This post walks you through tips to help manage your competing priorities so that you can minimize your stress.
For small business owners, the idea of giving up their dreams is scarier than zombies, vampires, and unpaid invoices combined. This Halloween, we asked some entrepreneurs about their scariest moments—the times they almost quit (but then didn’t, because they ain’t afraid of no ghosts).
Anthony Snelgrove and Jono Peters were experts at creating something from scratch to solve any problem. But would that ingenuity be enough to build a successful business? Watch the video of their gritty journey from making theatre sets to scaling a thriving design and furniture business.
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Social media is a great marketing opportunity for small businesses, but you need to make sure you’re spending your time on it wisely. This article walks through how to set the right goals and measure the right things to make sure your efforts on social media lead to results.
It may be too early to start setting up your holiday decorations, but that doesn’t have to stop you from planning for the holidays. Here are the ways you can prepare for the holiday season in order to maximize sales and re-engage past prospects and customers.
Self-employment is a growing career path, which makes networking a really important skill to master. Here are five tips on how to network in today’s world, and how it can help you find clients, grow your skills, and get support as an entrepreneur.
When you’re running a small business, communication skills are essential. Whether you’re trying to get funding, pitching to a potential client, or even negotiating with suppliers or vendors, your communication skills may be the reason you are (or aren’t) successful. Here are seven areas to work on to ensure you’re the former, and not the latter.
No matter where you are with your business—dreaming about it, launching it, or actively running it—these books and podcasts should help you reach your next goal.
Leila Keshavjee threw herself into her passion for making healthier sweet treats, but she wasn’t fully prepared for everything she’d need to tackle as an entrepreneur. Here’s how Wave helped her understand her business better and stay organized on the go.
If you want to keep your business running, you’re going to need to learn how to navigate the financial volatility of entrepreneurship. We spoke with four small business owners and asked them how they learned to manage their finances: here are five of their tips.