Homebased businesses—those that don’t require a fixed location or any of the costs that come along with it—are among the biggest trends in franchising.
As I pointed out in the post "10 Things Every Customer Wants," customers
can be incredibly demanding. However, there is one thing that customers
definitely don't want: more information.
The Internet connects everyone on this planet instantaneously.
QR codes can be used to enhance your marketing efforts by providing a more positive user experience and greater customer satisfaction.
Most fledgling businesses do not have enough of a budget to spend on advertising and PR. But it doesn't have to cost a lot.
Back in the early 2000s, a Berkeley student named David Daneshgar started playing poker professionally.
The most popular brand-related hashtags on Instagram don't belong just to Nike, Disney, Starbucks, and other big-name consumer companies. Try Visual Supply Co.
Creative thinking is a tough act to pinpoint—it is, at the same time, highly specific and wonderfully simple.
Franchisee: An individual who purchases the right to operate a business under the franchisor's name and system.
Ross Bernard started American Nettings & Fabric in the early 1980s and now employs six people in Ferndale, a small town in Washington state that’s a 15-minute drive from the Canadian border.