The e-commerce industry is fast gaining momentum. Research indicates that e-commerce sales generated in the US reached $304.1 billion in 2014 and is expected to reach $491.5 billion in 2018. Cash in on the industry's latest trends that are expected to make the most impact.
Forget bad bosses, noisy office workers and glass ceilings. You yourself might be self-sabotaging your career. It's time to take a hard look at your actions.
Delanie West, FaberCastell USA VP of Product Development, is leading product development and design teams for the company’s new product releases. West, whose work experience includes development of creative products for licensed brands such as Toys R Us, American Girl, Martha Stewart Crafts, Disney, iHome and Sesame Street, shares her insight on branding and more with TNJ.com.
According to a study conducted by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, 28.8% of businesses in the U.S. have been victimized by fraud. The average loss suffered by these companies amounted to $154,000. Since there is an increasing trend in fraudulent practices among small businesses, take some precautionary steps to protect your business.
The best new restaurant in America, according to Esquire magazine, not only is in Harlem but is African-American owned. The Cecil is NYC's first Afro-Asian-American brasserie and was opened by NY businessman Richard Parsons, former chairman of Citigroup and former chairman and CEO of Time Warner, and Alexander Smalls, famed restaurateur and chef. Recently, TNJ.com caught up with Smalls.
LaTayne Bruce's rise is more than inspiring. Today, the business woman and author is a national senior sales account executive.
We all have busy schedules and often don't have time to account for every cent of our money, but it's worth investing the time.
While working from home has its perks and advantages, it can also be very challenging. It's all about self-motivation.
Watch out for the emerging tech trends in customer service. They can help you stay ahead of the competition.
Stress can take the joy out of running a business. Slow it down, put your needs first and take your biz to the next level.