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.
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.
I come from an entrepreneurial family, and I always knew I wanted to do something on my own.
"Not available" conveys to the caller that you're not interested in their business. Here's what to say instead.
When you think of the prime place to start a business, what springs to mind? If it has the word "Silicon" in front of it, the findings of a new study from Washington, D.C.-based personal finance platform WalletHub may surprise you.