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3 Predictions For the 2021 Workplace by @deborahsweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Nobody could have predicted at the start of 2020 that a “working-from-home economy” would be become part of the next normal by the end of the year. Employees able to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic did so as states announced stay at home and safety in place orders. […]

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Checkmate: 4 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn Watching The Queen’s Gambit by @deborahsweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor What can you learn from watching, and playing, a game of chess? The Netflix original miniseries The Queen’s Gambit revolves around the game of chess. Set in the 1950s, the miniseries tells the story of a young girl named Beth Harmon. Beth, an orphan after a tragic car accident, discovers […]

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How Can Entrepreneurs Benefit from Post-Traumatic Growth? by @deborahsweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Are you familiar with the acronym PTG? This stands for post-traumatic growth, a concept in which individuals may experience positive growth after struggling with a major traumatic crisis or event. At the present moment, we — human beings, collectively — are all struggling with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. […]

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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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3 Ways Small Businesses Can Provide Comfort to Customers During COVID-19 by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor In April, I was able to catch a Salesforce webinar on stories of resilience that was co-hosted by Mark Cuban. During the webinar, a listener wrote in to ask his advice for marketing and messaging during this time. His response was simple and transparent: at this specific moment, small businesses […]

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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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File This Paperwork to Prep Small Businesses for 2020 by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Entrepreneurs are on the cusp of more than a new year. We’re approaching a whole new decade! How exciting is that? As small business owners say goodbye to 2019, it’s crucial that they enter the next decade in compliance. Forgetting to file or update outstanding documents could result in their […]

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National Women’s Small Business Month: 3 Ways To Be a Better Leader by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Did you know that there are more than 11 million woman-owned businesses in the United States? October is National Women’s Small Business Month, and in celebration the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) created a new infographic showing the impact female entrepreneurs have in business. According to the infographic, these 11.3 […]

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Why Does My Business Need State Unemployment Insurance? by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Small businesses have no shortage of items to check off their initial to-do list. The journey begins once they have incorporated or formed an LLC. Then, they must look into registering trademarks, obtaining employer identification numbers (EINs), and getting relevant business licenses. Filing for state unemployment insurance might be a […]

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Angel Investors In America: 3 Facts Entrepreneurs Should Know About These Financers by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor You may already know the definition of an angel investor. This is an individual who invests in a startup using a portion of their existing finances. Chances are you may also be familiar with an angel investor’s involvement with a business, too. Most investors, once they have provided a startup […]

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