Last year, businesses of all sizes were constantly hearing about artificial intelligence (AI) and business disruption. Will we still be talking about them in 2018? Will they matter to your small business?
In my work of coaching business owners around the country, I’ve noticed a common pattern – companies focus time, attention and money on winning new business, but in the process, let the business they already have slip away.
When done correctly, blogging can help increase exposure to your target audience and validate your business as an expert in your industry.
Our newest infographic, “Online Collaboration Tools for Your Small Business,” examines the ways collaborative communication tools can boost your small business bottom line.
For a small business, any money lost is a loss for the company as a whole. With minimal budget and even fewer customers or clients, you count every dime, and something as simple as not emailing customers regularly could be costing you.
How can you foster that trust, especially as your business grows? Your business communication practices will need to be able to speak on your behalf.
Although the simplicity and affordability of running a business as a sole proprietorship may have attractive perks, there are reasons why you might benefit from forming an LLC (limited liability company) or corporation instead.