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Is Your Business Failing? Here Are Three Ways That Millennials Can Bring Your Company Back to Life.

I know what you’re thinking. “Not another article calling for Millennial inclusion!” I get it. Millennials have been the central pain point for the past fifteen years. They’ve graced the front pages of countless magazines, and their narrative has been one of the loudest within the business world. But there’s an excellent reason for that. […]

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4 Incredible Tips to Skyrocket your Business: Number 3 Will Surpise You by @Colleen_Batch

by Dr. Colleen Batchelder 2020 is not easy. In many ways, this year is more like a horror movie with a comedic commentary intertwined at inopportune moments. But, this new normal is not going anywhere. Face it. 2020 has changed everything, including the way you work and think about your business. Since March, you’ve been […]

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Tolerance is not inclusion. Here are 3 tips to help you create a workplace that is inclusive for LGBTQIA + employees by @Colleen_Batch

by Dr. Colleen Batchelder Imagine, if you will, a neighborhood brimming with people. The community is vibrant with vivid landscapes and joyful smiles, but each resident remains cloistered in their home. They wave to one another through the glass panes and enjoy the morning breeze from their own front yard. But they never leave their […]

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What Entrepreneurs Need to Know Before Selling a Business by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Thinking about selling your small business? Now may be the right time to contemplate selling — or at least considering an exit strategy. Amid COVID-19, studies have shown that the majority of advisors see today’s market as a seller’s market for businesses valued between $2 to $5 million. Small businesses […]

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How to Write a Business Plan by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, small businesses are gaining in popularity — and formation. The Kauffman Foundation’s Trends in Entrepreneurship Series notes that Google Trends reported an increase in searches related to new business opportunities. By March 23, 2020, interest peaked in searches for “open a business,” “new self-employed,” and “new […]

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Financial Help for Freelancers, Gig Workers, and Creatives During The Coronavirus Pandemic

  As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the world, the United States’ economy is suffering. Businesses big and small are closing their doors, and hardworking people are losing jobs, struggling to put food on the table, and drowning in unexpected healthcare costs. Thankfully, both the federal government and other groups recognize the need to provide […]

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5 Women-Owned Small Businesses Pivoting to Provide COVID-19 Relief

  by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor It’s difficult to know for certain when this — the COVID-19 pandemic — too shall pass. Many small business owners are pivoting their products and services during this unprecedented time. The decision to pivot is doing more than assisting those in need with necessary supplies and relief. It’s helping […]

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How to Transition From a Sole Proprietor to an LLC by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Is it ever too late to change the legal structure you initially incorporated as? Not at all. The entity formed for a business at its offset does not need to be its formation forever. Entrepreneurs have the option to change structures that best fit their needs, and many begin as […]

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How Entrepreneurs Can Lean Into Embracing Big Changes by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor We’re wrapping up more than the year as 2019 comes to a close. This is the end of a decade, the 2010s, and it’s difficult to fully predict what the next 10 years has in store for small businesses. Many entrepreneurs likely have a plan in place for Q1. They […]

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October is “National Women’s Small Business Month.” Here’s some advice from two women who have been there and done that.

by Julie Miner and Jaime Venditti People always ask when we will get sick of talking to each other because we are always communicating. But what they don’t realize is that we’re a team that continually elevates each other’s vision into achievements. Ten years ago, we were young women who had spent our careers in […]

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