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ELVIS MICHAEL | January 12, 2017
Propeller is a management consulting firm with offices in Portland and San Francisco. We’re consultants, fixers, and change makers - but mostly we're a company full of people who love the adventure of solving complex problems.
Article | May 12, 2021
A patent helps protect the mechanisms, principles, and components of an invention. The term for a small business patent starts on the date its application is filed with the USPTO. Generally, this lasts for 20 years. Patents tend to be filed less frequently than trademarks and copyrights within small businesses. However, this is still a necessary form of intellectual property protection for inventions.
Article | May 13, 2021
One of the biggest challenges startups and new entrepreneurs face is staying on top of the game. When you don't have many (or any) employees, there is only so much you can do within one workday. Not only is this lack of fingers, eyes, and minds frustrating, but it can be highly detrimental for your business as well. Luckily, nowadays, there are an abundance of tools designed to help you stay sane while conquering the business world. Whether you need a platform for internal communication, assistance with planning projects, or a safe space for all your files and documents, some very creative and clever people have got you covered. Here are a few basic business tools new entrepreneurs can't do without.
Article | April 10, 2020
As small businesses across the country fight to remain in operation and generating revenue despite the coronavirus pandemic, making payroll has emerged as one of the biggest ongoing dilemmas for business owners. Businesses are now compromised in terms of their ability to pay their employees, due to a combination of health concerns, shelter-in-place restrictions, limited foot traffic, and reduced spending by customers. No business owner wants to lay off their staff, but if money isn’t coming in, there are few other options.
Article | June 2, 2021
Email marketing can be used for anything; however, the more one uses something, the better the chance they make a mistake. And there's nothing worse than hitting "send", only to realize there's something in this email that won't further your cause or, even worse, will minimize the effect of your marketing message.
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