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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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The Energy of Entrepreneurship by @SBSLEducSoltns

( A flyover of all the glorious forms of creating your own asset ) Just as a strong case can be made that entrepreneurship & education are intertwined, so the same can be said for energy & entrepreneurship. How many business owners do you know who live day to day with boundless determination?  Joy? A […]

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13 Ways Leaders Re-Boot Employee Engagement In Business by @AngeKYoumatter

by Angela Kambouris | Featured Contributor Can you remember when you first joined your team, full of enthusiasm, passion, and determination you were going to make a difference? You are pumped with new ideas, strategies and palpable energy that would permeate the walls of any building. Then as time progressed, days turn into months, your energy […]

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Five Tips for Expanding Your Business by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Expanding your business is, quite honestly, a lot like starting it. The steps, paperwork, and investments are all similar. Despite that, there are a few key differences that trip up small business owners. Expansion takes place over a much longer period of time, and you have to be careful […]

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Hiring a Summer Intern? Here is What You Should Know by @deborahsweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Good news internship fans – a recent ruling by the US Appeals Court in Manhattan re-affirmed the legality of unpaid internships last week, knocking back a 2013 decision that the interns for certain media companies were due compensation because the businesses benefited from their work. Personally, I’ve always recommended […]

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How to (Legally) Run a Summer Business by @deborahsweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Summer is literally right around the corner, and it seems that warm weather and entrepreneurialism go hand-in-hand. Every summer, without fail, I hear about all sorts of new business ideas and ventures popping up. Unfortunately, these businesses are often seen as side-projects, so only a few of summer’s new entrepreneurs […]

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What Small Business Owners Need to Know About Tax Extensions by @deborahsweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor  Tax season is here, and there’s only about a month left until the April 15 filing deadline. With around 20-25% of tax-returns normally filed during the last two-weeks leading up to that date, there are still plenty of people scrambling to get everything in order. When you run a small […]

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New Year, New Tax Laws: How They May Affect Your Small Business

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor  Happy New Year! Hopefully you had a relaxing and calm holiday season, because January is going to be busy. Most of us still need to wrap up everything from last year, get all of our bookkeeping in order, prepare for the quarterly payment due January 15th, and then the […]

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Four Popular Myths About Intellectual Property Protection by @deborahsweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor The average person usually doesn’t know much about intellectual property law. They can probably rattle off what a patent is, or what a copyright does, but that’d plumb the depth of their knowledge. And that’s fine – IP law is notoriously complex. The problem is that so many people continue […]

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Four Tips on Keeping Your Content Marketing Legal by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Content marketing is wildly effective. 93% of marketers report using inbound marketing, with blogging listed as a top priority. This widespread adoption of content marketing is wonderful, and I’ve spent the last few years advising small business owners to blog. But, interestingly, some of the biggest concerns they have […]

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