Exploring ways to grow your small business
Smartphones have become one of the most vital tools to engagecustomers and enhance the brick and mortar store experience.
Consumers have more ways than ever to interact with retailers – in-store, online and using mobile devices. To make the most of these opportunities, retailers should integrate the experiences. This is called omnichannel.
Baby boomers and millennials often see the world differently, communicate differently and work differently. That’s a huge opportunity for your business.
Our own Ty Gowen visits A Cup of Common Wealth, a small café with spirit to share, and a true leader in entrepreneurship and employee empowerment.
Colonial Life asked Entrepreneur.com readers to reach out and tell them how they empower staff to think and act like entrepreneurs. Here, we see one of those businesses in action: a coffee shop in Lexington, Kentucky called A Cup of Common Wealth.
Retaining talent isn’t always about bonuses. By giving employees the chance to make a difference, you can nurture a happy and loyal team.
Embracing transparency encourages innovation and employee initiative. It’s an ongoing commitment from leadership that pays off in recruitment, retention and growth.
Before starting a small business, examine how sound your business idea is and how you can properly kickstart the enterprise.
If you’re looking to attract the best entreployees—workers with innovative and entrepreneurial attitudes—you might need to need to rethink your hiring process.
With millennials expected to contributed to large demographic shifts in the workplace, dissecting the anatomy of the millennial worker could prove invaluable for puzzled employers.
Small-business owners should establish metrics and benchmarks to determine their overall progress in meeting their goals.
In this interview, the 2015 Small Business Persons of the Year winners reveal some of the secrets to their small business success.
The face of entrepreneurship is changing in America.
As you develop your business, you’ll naturally want to expand...
Eureka! Maybe you’ve just come up with an excellent idea.