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| December 22, 2017
Strava is the social network for athletes. Millions of cyclists from all over the world use Strava to track their performance and connect with each other.
Article | June 15, 2021
It’s been more than a year since the pandemic shutdown began. And in that time, the office, like the entire world, has changed — most likely forever.
But the changes we’ve seen to date are just the start; more are on the horizon. This was ever-present throughout May as the news cycle continued its coverage of companies and states pulling back their return to office plans.
As large companies grapple with bringing employees safely back to the workplace, small-to-medium business (SMB) owners have both advantages and disadvantages. They are usually more agile and can institute change more quickly than their larger counterparts, but their budgets and operational plans may not readily handle sudden shifts.
Article | May 12, 2021
Successful businesses recognize the importance of customer acquisition. They utilize the most relevant customer acquisition channels and employ effective strategies to get in front of prospective customers. One way you can do this is through micromarketing.
In this guide, I will look at micromarketing. I’ll cover some of the basic things you should know about micromarketing. I’ll then discuss how to run an effective micromarketing campaign. With that in mind, let’s dive in!
Article | May 19, 2021
Entrepreneurs who plan to go into business with one or more other individuals may not realize there are several variations of partnerships to consider. In this article, I’ll describe the different types of partnerships and what needs to be done to start and maintain them.
Business owners should keep in mind that there are legal and tax-related issues to consider when choosing a business entity type. So before deciding, it's wise to consult an attorney and accountant or tax advisor for guidance.
Article | February 26, 2020
You have a lot of responsibility as a small business owner, whether you’re managing numerous people or are a self-employed army of one. You have to worry about expenses, numerous financial statements, tax season and more, all while trying to build your net worth. One of the biggest obligations that looms over the head of nearly every business owner is the thought of debt. Debt can greatly impact the growth capacity of a business, and even worse, it can cause a business to go under completely. Fortunately, there’s a great tool that can help you determine how much debt you can handle and help you understand your company’s general financial health. That tool? The solvency ratio.
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