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| January 31, 2017
Expa is a startup studio that works with founders to develop and launch new products. After 10 years of designing and building consumer services, Garrett and the Expa team have identiﬁed many techniques that help create successful companies.
Article | May 11, 2021
Customers are vital in order to keep a business going. No matter the line of work you are in, your company needs an audience that is interested in what you are offering. Both new and old businesses need effective marketing tactics that will help them reach their target audience. If you are looking for some impressive methods, read on to learn how you can improve your customer reach.
Article | March 5, 2020
As most industries allocate time, money, and other resources into finding new employees in a labor market where the national unemployment rate is hanging at 3.5% — and substantially lower in some areas — at least one index says that distributors are sitting on the sidelines. According to the CBIZ Small Business Employment Index (SBEI), which tracks hiring trends for U.S. companies with 300 or fewer employees, 2020 kicked off with a seasonally-adjusted increase in hiring of 1.61% for January. “This is a notable improvement over the 1.16% decline in December,” CBIZ SBEI says. “It is also a remarkable number for January, as companies tend to contract their labor forces due to the end of the holiday shopping season.”
Article | May 31, 2021
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. With the challenges currently facing the AAPI community, there isn’t a better period to reflect on the many positive contributions that AAPI community members contribute to society, culture, and the economy. While AAPIs have the highest rate of business ownership of all minorities, and those businesses account for half of all minority business employment in the United States, AAPI business owners continue to face a unique set of challenges.
Article | February 20, 2020
Building a small business is no easy feat, especially if you are a novice. From marketing to financial management, many aspects require your attention. To make things easier, invest in your training. Through a variety of training programs, including those mentioned below, you can improve your knowledge and skills. In turn, this will increase the chances that your small business will be profitable.
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