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Shape Up: Prepositioning Your Business for Post-COVID-19 Success

It’s not hard for any business to give up these days. After all, you have arguably the most destructive enemy in modern times facing you: a scourge of humanity that has taken over a million lives worldwide. You can easily sit idly and let everything fall apart. Nobody will blame you for doing so. In


Rental Management Strategies for Beginners

Having a rental property is a good investment. Many of those who have taken this route in real estate investing have amassed considerable wealth. Like any other type of investment, though, this type of business comes with risks and downsides. Rental property investments are usually expensive, and buyers will have to prepare at least 20%


Beyond Fast-food Chains: The History of the Restaurant Industry in the U.S.

Dining out is one of the most favorite pastimes in the American food culture. Restaurant dining has become a common experience to relish a variety of meals and flavors. What began as fine dining establishments for the wealthy transformed into hundreds of fast food chains and casual family dining establishments. Along with its continued patronage, restaurants

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How You Can Make Social Responsibility the Core of Your Business

A great product is no longer enough to win a customer’s approval. Nowadays, it is becoming increasingly crucial for a business to have a socially conscious identity, whether it is backing up a movement like Black Lives Matter, protecting animals’ rights, or supporting climate change campaigns. Why does it matter? Modern consumers, employees, and shareholders

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Trends that Will Push Small Business Enterprises This Year

It is an understatement that COVID-19 has been a game-changer for small businesses across the country. Supply chain disruption, financial constraints, and other limitations of the pandemic forced many small businesses to develop innovative solutions to keep afloat. Though vaccines are already available, the supply is still limited, and COVID-19 will continue to influence small

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Staying on Top: Managing Your Pandemic Finances

Many pandemic worries are centered on how to live the life you may have been used to. Before the pandemic, there are a lot of places you can visit and items you can buy. But it’s not the same after; you may have to tighten your finances a little more to compensate for the uncertainty.

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Five Fool-proof Marketing Strategies for a Successful Computer Repair Business

In almost any field of discipline, it is hard to draw a line between achieving mastery and selling your expertise. One example is those who work in the computer industry who face challenges in putting up a service business with a comprehensive marketing plan. According to a survey conducted by Thrive, a computer repair shop digital

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Freebies and Incentives You Can Give Your Employees During the Pandemic

Almost a year into the pandemic, the battle is still far from over. But the vaccines are definitely a start. Sooner or later, we’ll return to normal, working at our office desks again and hugging our friends. But as we continue to endure these tough times, let’s encourage our organization by offering unique freebies and

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Taking on the Pharmaceutical Industry: 4 Things You Need to Know

Starting a business is a huge step to take, especially when you take your chance in a competitive field. The pharmaceutical industry remains dominated by established giants, making it challenging for small companies to make their mark. However, you will find that it can be a potential avenue you could try if you are looking

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Business Ideas That Doesn’t Need an Office

The entrepreneur in you is itching to venture into a new business. You’ve got a few industries you’ve been interested in for a long time. You’re all set with the amount of capital you’re willing to shell out to kick start operations, but you want to squeeze out a little more of the money to

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