As much as you may dread being on the receiving end of feedback, there’s value in listening to what your customers and colleagues have to say.
Companies that create greater value generally are more successful than those that deliver less. But what is creating value all about anyway?
For your business to appear trustworthy and likeable–and not be seen as a faceless corporate machine–you need to show there are real, genuine people behind your brand.
In a world where customers have infinite choices, it’s important to stand out from the crowd. Here’s how you can gain an edge over your competitors.
Customer support needs to be fast and proactive in today’s socially connected world. But how has technology evolved to help manage this?
If you’re only doing business with the same two clients, it’s time to branch out. We asked successful entrepreneurs to share their best advice.
In an age of high flash and low substance, there are simple ways to build brand trust.
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If you anticipate applying for a home mortgage any time in the near future, now is the time to start planning. Why? Because financial moves you make (or don’t make) now may help increase (or decrease) your chances of mortgage loan approval, as well as impact the interest rate you’ll pay.
Your credit score, in particular, plays a large part in a lender’s mortgage decision, so you want to be especially careful not to do anything that would damage your score.
As entrepreneurs, we often get stuck going through the same daily motions. But when a new member joins the team, how can you make sure you take time out of your busy schedule to make them feel welcome?
Small business owners often avoid incorporation because of the paperwork and formalities involved. However, before jumping to conclusions, it is important to evaluate different startup structures and the specific benefits of incorporating. Many small businesses find that the advantages outweigh the complexities.