The Washington Post: It’s called Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD, and it refers to the practice of allowing employees to use their own handheld devices (and in some cases, laptops or desktop computers) to access their work networks. The practice is already popular. A Cisco study determined that 95% of the surveyed organizations are […]
Entrepreneur: Starting a business is not for the risk averse. But in an effort to help entrepreneurs assess just how much risk is associated with launching or running their business, StartupNation.com, a website that provides business advice and networking for entrepreneurs, recently introduced an Odds of Success Calculator. The business valuation device calculates a business
The News-Press: Slathering mayonnaise and spreading fresh roasted turkey on a handmade sub can be a mundane task, but for Augustin Nemet it’s a symbol of ownership and purpose. “Currently we’re running the store, just me and my wife,” he said. “It’s a true mom and pop.” “If you’re there you can oversee what’s going
In today’s vidcast, Rich Whittle talks with Brent Paugh about his MargaritaTexas drink mix business.
If you want to get noticed, your business must stand out from the crowd. Small Business Trends recently posted a list of tips that will help you get noticed. 1. Be an Educational Hub In case you haven’t noticed, we are in the middle of a content marketing revolution. And that’s something you need to
The Dayton Beach News-Journal: After a career in the travel industry, working for national companies and working as a management consultant for an international tour operator, it would be reasonable to expect that Ky Ekinci is always thinking big. But the Palm Coast entrepreneur and co-founder of Office Divvy — with his wife, Lisa Schenone
Jimmy Berke checks on trays of bright red tomatoes drying in a specially equipped 90-degree solar room that includes dehumidifiers and fans, reports The Palm Beach Post. He’s pleased to see they’re coming along, soon to be on their way to customers who love the sun-dried products his business Leechango Plantation at Turtle Creek produces.
The idea, “If you build it, they will come,” may have worked in theory for a 1990’s movie, but it does not sit well for small business marketing today. CreditDonkey has pulled together a unique infographic on social media, and how it is the key to small business. Infographic after the jump.
ABC News: If you can’t find someone to hire you, consider hiring yourself. Not only can entrepreneurship bring great personal fulfillment, but launching a small business doesn’t have to break the bank. Here’s how Tory Johnson started her own business with virtually no money. “In 1999 I started Women for Hire to put on career