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Regardless of the type of business you operate, there are a handful of universally relevant tips for moving your startup into its first office. Read more »
This article is part of our “Business Startup Guide” – a curated list of our articles that will get you up and running in no time! Time is of the essence when it comes to getting your website up and running. If you want to snag your share of the market, you must act quickly. Today,... Read more »
It would seem like an ideal situation to work with close friends and family members. You can’t imagine people who would be more invested in your happiness and success. Not only that, but you actually like each other. These are the people you care about and easily socialize with. If you count on these people... Read more »
Let’s not beat around the bush: businesses need money to succeed, and that money does not appear out of thin air. Some businesses are blessed with angel investors. Others utilize the most traditional routes by seeking loans or seeking the support of an investment group. However, every business and every situation is unique. Not all... Read more »
When it comes to managing your employees, one of the most important things you can do for them involves setting the right tone at work. We’ve all heard some of the horror stories about terrible jobs or bad managers, and the one thing each of these stories has in common was the negative workplace environment.... Read more »
If you want to start a business, it seems the ideal way to get started would be to have people give you their money solely on the basis of your idea. This is, essentially, how Kickstarter works. Seems too good to be true? In most cases, it probably is. Unless you’re campaigning for a revival... Read more »
Personality and interpersonal skills are not typically evaluated until the interview stage, if they're taken into consideration at all. By then, the applicants whose personalities are the best fits for the position may already have been weeded out. Read more »