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What Not To Do When Marketing During A Pandemic 

by Boris Pfeiffer, CEO and Founder of Riddle Months into COVID-19’s impact upon much of the business landscape, marketing teams have been forced to change their approach to messaging their clients. However, this is easier said than done. As a result, many companies have appeared tone-deaf in the face of the global pandemic. Smart companies know that an empathetic approach is a much better marketing strategy. Branding expert and marketing professor Jay Mandel puts it best: “If you want to build ...
Tags: Startups, Marketing, John Krasinski, Boris, Business Advice, Professionalisms, Good News Movement, Coronavirus, COVID, Boris Pfeiffer, Jay Mandel


Elvira Gavrilova: Sustainable Approach Is A Business Booster

Elvira Gavrilova with the British businessman Glyn Hutchinson, the Sales Director of Icon Connet (London) Running one’s own business is a stress test very few can cope with. During the first year of work, 50% of companies go bust and after five years this number hits 95%! Only one out of one hundred startups succeeds. Eventually, neither a creative idea the business is based on nor financial contributions prove to be critical for survival. It is the equal distribution of efforts among productio...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Entrepreneur, Eu, Apple Inc, Others, Elvira, Samsung Samsung, Business Advice, Elvira Gavrilova, Glyn Hutchinson, Icon Connet London, Amillidius


5 Business Security Tips For Startups

Startups generally face a bigger risk of cyberattacks than big companies. This is because startups have limited resources, funds, and industry experience. However, this does not mean that you can’t protect your small startup from common IT security threats like phishing or ransomware attacks. The following are some effective business security tips that are both affordable and easy to implement: 1. Invest in a Good Digital Security Solution. If you are using basic antivirus and Internet securi...
Tags: Google Drive, Startups, Others, Soho, Business Advice, Business Security, Business Security Tips For Startups


4 In Demand Products During This Time Of Pandemic

COVID-19 has paved the way for the “new normal”, wherein people adopt new ways of meeting physical, social, and economic needs. Personal protective equipment (PPE) are now being routinely used to ensure health and safety, virtual shopping is at an all-time high due to qurantine and lockdown, and physical interactions have been limited to mobile and online platforms. There are products that have become in demand because of the current pandemic, primarily because there have been drastic changes c...
Tags: Startups, Youtube, ERP, Netflix, Skype, Alexa, Others, Product Strategy, Business Advice, Pandemic, Global Market Insights Inc, Siri Mobile Devices, Digital Products Digital


A Checklist For Entrepreneurs Looking To Build Their Business

As an entrepreneur, it is likely that you want to know as much as possible before you begin your new adventure into starting a business. So, in no particular order, here is a helpful checklist for many areas of your business that you should be concentrating on in order to promote healthy and successful growth. Business Branding. When you’re a newly-created business that is still trying to find its footing, solid branding may feel uncertain at first. Perhaps you don’t yet know what your busine...
Tags: Startups, Others, Don, Business Advice, Digital Asset Management, Digital Asset Management Entrepreneurs, Social Media Unveiling


Insight Into Operating A Successful Services Firm

by Cameron Batt, founder of Crum Consult Despite what some interviews and inspirational quotes may suggest, creating a multi-national firm is more than just luck. In fact, if you have the right team of people on your side and can communicate effectively, you won’t need much luck at all. Of course there are more factors than just being able to articulate yourself and having a good support system, but at the foundation of any successful businessperson, that’s most of what lies there. In this arti...
Tags: Startups, Elon Musk, London, US, Ppc, Cameron, Apple Store, Equities, Shark Tank, Business Advice, Professionalisms, Cameron Batt, Consultancy Services, Crum Consult


Thriving Outside: How Landscaping Businesses Are Navigating COVID-19

COVID-19 has been financially devastating for many small businesses, and many won’t reopen when the pandemic ends. Despite these challenges, though, there are at least a few businesses that are thriving, and landscaping companies are among them.  Landscaping companies are doing well for two key reasons. First, operators are being called on by people who are stuck at home and doing more yard work as a result; people have the time and motivation to work on their yards. Second, since landsc...
Tags: Startups, Dhs, Department Of Homeland Security, Others, Business Advice, NALP, Landscaping Business


3 Businesses That Have Fared Spectacularly During The Lockdown

In the shark-infested waters of business, startups are teeny tiny plankton being gobbled up by the bigger, more intricately evolved aquatic species of the corporate world. Most of them will be devoured before they even learn how to swim. But every now and again, there’ll be a start-up platform that grows a fin and some legs, and swims its way to the top of the food chain. Now that this tortured analogy is over – and has shown its writer’s VERY limited understanding of evolutionary biology – we ...
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Why Tools and Apps Are Essential In Managing A Small Business

In case you own a small business, you’re about to find out that running a small business is not as easy as it may sound to be. Regardless of how incredible your initial business idea is, running a business requires experience, knowledge, and workforce. You probably thought before starting your business that you’ll be able to do most of the work. However, even if your business idea is simple, running a business is entirely different. People realize that running a business requires a lot of work ...
Tags: Google, Startups, Microsoft, Business Apps, Others, Business Productivity, Business Advice, Business Tools


What You Need To Know Before Starting A Ridesharing Business

The future is driverless, and ridesharing is paving the way for it. The young oligopolistic market is already worth more than $60 billion, with companies such as Uber and Lyft boasting colossal market shares in various countries across the globe. If you are looking to start your own ridesharing business, you know you are going against established giants. So, how do you achieve success amidst their dominance? What do you need to know before starting a ridesharing company? 1. You need an app. T...
Tags: Startups, Lyft, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Ridesharing, Others, Business Advice, Startup Advice, Ridesharing Business


How To Start A Moving Company Business

Take the time to find out more about the moving companies currently serving people in your area. How large are these moving companies? What kind of services do they offer? Is there anything that you can do that will help you to differentiate yourself from your competitors? If there’s a high demand for moving companies in your area, it might not be difficult for you to place yourself among successful moving companies. However, if the market is crowded, you’ll have to have a plan to attract custo...
Tags: Startups, Others, Don, Starting A Business, Business Advice, Startup Advice, Moving Company Business


The Difficulties In Starting Your Own T-Shirt Printing Business

T-shirt printing is a rapidly growing business. Businesses, organizations, and companies are looking for creative ways to catch the attention of potential leads. To create a connection with company culture, branded t-shirts can help boost team spirit among company staff. As demand rises, interested business people are considering venturing into the t-shirt printing business. It’s important to note that t-shirt businesses don’t do t-shirts only. They also brand custom hoodies and other variety o...
Tags: Startups, Others, Business Advice, Startup Advice, T-shirt Printing Business


How To Start Your Own Eye Surgery Company

Becoming an eye surgeon takes a lot of years of education and earning all the stripes to become a professional. But that is only the tip of the iceberg. It takes a lot more to build an eye surgery company, unlike many business ventures that you can take a few short courses to learn how to operate them. In addition to your professional skills, you also need to be business savvy to be able to manage your company. Take several business classes to learn about cash flow, marketing, customer service ...
Tags: Startups, Business, Others, Business Advice, Medical Business, Eye Surgery Company, London Edinburgh Southampton


3 Marketing Tactics To Promote Your Startup

It is a sad fact that many startups fail within their first year or two. This can be due to various reasons including poor cash flow management, lack of product interest, and low conversion rates. Starting a company requires significant investment, so you must take steps to drive growth and achieve your long-term business goals. Marketing should be a key component of any business plan. Effective marketing campaigns will help you build brand awareness, increase sales, and boost your bottom line....
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Post, Marketing, Ppc, Others, Marketing Tactics, Business Advice


Assessing The State Of And Options For Your Business During COVID-19 Fallout

by Joseph Pack, Esq., founder of Pack Law Unprecedented times. Unchartered territory. There’s no crystal ball. So much uncertainty. A new normal. The calm before the storm. While these phrases are ingrained in the current-day vernacular of America hit hard by COVID-19, basic tenets of commercial law are still very much in place. Business owners and creditors should be proactive and arm themselves for the economic threats that are to come. Information regarding changes in the law are overwhelmin...
Tags: Startups, Florida, New York, Law, America, Miami, Business Law, Legal Advice, Business Advice, Professionalisms, COVID, Joseph Pack, Joseph Pack Esq


Business Valuation: Determining The Worth Of A Company

Business valuation is defined as a way to determine the overall economic value of a company , and is a necessary component of a sound business plan and strategy. Reasons for a business valuation run a gamut from selling the business due to retirement or health reasons to financing expansion efforts to adding shareholders to a buyout situation. Any of these situations will demand a valuation to determine current and future projected value.  Three Methods of Valuation. When determini...
Tags: Startups, Others, Business Valuation, Business Advice, Worth Of A Company, Mark J Strohl


How To Handle Your Business Remotely

With the world becoming more interconnected through the internet; many business owners are embracing the concept of managing their companies remotely. The recent Coronavirus pandemic has exposed the demand for businesses to diversify or risk losing relevance. While it’s true that any business can adapt to running remotely, it’s nonetheless very different from managing a traditional office. Handling a business remotely requires an entirely different approach. Here are some useful tips on how to ...
Tags: Work From Home, Startups, Remote Work, Upwork, Business Advice, Professionalisms, Remote Business


Virtual Conferences: How Entrepreneurs Can Creatively Network During These Events

Amid COVID-19, in-person events and conferences have quickly made the pivot to offer virtual conferences and events. The shift to move ahead has allowed speakers the chance to present their… Read more » The post Virtual Conferences: How Entrepreneurs Can Creatively Network During These Events appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Business, Entrepreneur, Virtual Conference, Opportunities, Conference, Business Advice, COVID-19, COVID


Does A Business Bankruptcy Hurt My Personal Credit?

A business owner is the face and backbone of the company. Naturally, this comes with a long line of responsibilities, including the dreaded finances of salaries and taxes. But your business life and personal life aren’t one, so you have to stay on top of your personal finances, too, no matter how intertwined the two seem. Sadly, sometimes it’s impossible to avoid bankruptcy when you have a business. Now you may be wondering how intertwined your business and personal credit are. Will your busine...
Tags: Startups, Bankruptcy, Credit Score, Others, Business Advice, Business Finance, Corporate Bankruptcy


Mistakes To Avoid When Pivoting Your Brand Online

by Shayne Tilley, Head of Marketing at 99designs Even with all the challenges that 2020 has thrown our way, many businesses have been able to adapt their offering to service customers online. In fact, if you’re one of the 48% of SMBs and entrepreneurs who have experienced a severe decline in demand or cannot operate at all as a result of the pandemic – pivoting online may have been the only route out. No sector has been spared by shutdowns and the dramatic shifts in consumer behaviour, but out ...
Tags: Startups, Branding, Business Advice, Professionalisms, Pivoting, Shayne Tilley, Shayne Tilley Head


Crafting A New Creative Career

by B. Jeffrey Madoff, founder and CEO of Madoff Productions These unusual times are causing a lot of people to think about what they want to do. Millions of jobs have been lost. Most people have more time on their hands than ever. It can be a time of anxiety, but it can also be an opportunity to pivot, to try something else; possibly pursue a creative passion and turn it into a business that can generate income.  Becoming an entrepreneur has become much more common since the financial collapse ...
Tags: Startups, Entrepreneurship, New York City, Career Advice, Parsons School Of Design, Advice For The Young At Heart, Business Advice, Parsons School for Design, Entrepreneurship Advice, Jeffrey Madoff, Madoff Productions


How To Have A More Efficient Small Business

Now that you’ve put in the hard work to create your small business, you’ll want to ensure that it lasts a long time. To do so, your organization must have efficient operations. That involves changing with the times and adapting to trends, as well as adjusting how you do certain activities as your business grows. Here are ways to have a more efficient small business than your competitors. Create a Powerful Website. A business website is something that you need, no matter the size o...
Tags: Startups, Others, Business Advice, Business Efficiency


Survival Mode: Small Businesses Strategies To Weather The Coronavirus Pandemic

by Eddie Davis, VP of Business Development for FINSYNC What happens to us is not nearly as important as our reaction to what happens. This adage feels particularly pertinent these days, as we all face daunting uncertainty about how the business landscape will be reshaped. While the coronavirus pandemic and the massive economic disruption caused by the broad shutdowns and mandates for social distancing have hurt all manner of companies, startups and other small businesses are shouldering the wor...
Tags: Startups, Small Business, Business Success, Small Business Administration, SBA, Eddie Davis, Business Advice, Professionalisms, VP of Business Development, Paycheck Protection Program, FINSYNC


How To Craft The Perfect Sales Presentation For Small Businesses

by David Duford, author of “The Official Guide To Selling Insurance For New Agents“ If you’re a small business owner, chances are you persuade your clients on some level.  If you’re looking for a strategy to sell in an ethical, low-pressure way that produces results, then you’ve found the right article! In this article, I discuss how small businesses can craft the perfect sales presentation to convert more of your prospects into clients. Specifically, we’ll discuss: How to conduct c...
Tags: Startups, Medicare, Don, Mrs Jones, Small Business Advice, Sales Strategy, Sales presentation, Business Advice, Professionalisms, Business Presentation, David Duford, DavidDuford


3 Ways To Benchmark For Startup Success

by Janielle Denier, CEO and founder of Rainfactory Inc. Early stage startups have plenty of challenges, but benchmarking helps pinpoint product-market fit and provide directional data. With such valuable information in hand, upstarts can rapidly and confidently pivot to snag market share. If you’re new to the notion of benchmarking, it involves comparing your company’s metrics to those of your competitors and your industry. It’s a way to create common measurements for an apples-to-apples way of...
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3 ways real estate will emerge from the pandemic stronger than before

Even in the best of times, buying or selling a home can be challenging. That's particularly true in the wake of COVID-19’s impact on the economy and how we live our daily lives. As homebuyers and sellers grapple with their new reality, technology can help reduce or even eliminate the friction that traditional transactions have faced for decades.
Tags: Sponsored, Sustainability, Radio, Crisis, Business Advice, Brokerage, Pandemic, Homelight, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Social Distancing


Pandemic Thinking: How To Keep Your Head In The (Long) Game

by RJon Robins, founder and CEO of How To Manage A Small Law Firm The COVID-19 pandemic is crippling and toppling many U.S. small businesses. Often called “the backbone of the economy,” small businesses that are managing to survive face an uncertain  future . As states start to reopen, consumer spending is in steep decline while unemployment skyrockets and many people remain hesitant to venture out. But some entrepreneurs will find their businesses in trouble because they had the wrong mindset ...
Tags: Startups, American University, Relationship Building, Florida Bar, Inc, Business Advice, Professionalisms, Pandemic, RJon Robins, Nova Southeastern College of Law Robins, The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners


What To Do When “Normal” Isn’t Coming Back

by Adam Markel, author of “Pivot: The Art and Science of Reinventing Your Career and Life“ With the pandemic wreaking havoc on the economy, and unemployment hitting levels not seen since the Great Depression, many business owners wonder how they will continue to cover salaries, let alone stay in business. The “normal” economy is history, and no one knows what will replace it. “We now know what truly radical uncertainty looks like,” states an analysis of the latest US economic data in Foreign Po...
Tags: Startups, Leadership, Long Island, Jones Beach, Adam, Business Advice, Thinking Aloud, Leading People, New Normal, Adam Markel, Wall Street Journal USA Today Los Angeles Times


How To Market In A Time Of Crisis

Edward Coram James, CEO and Co-Founder of Go Up Ltd The coronavirus pandemic has caused unprecedented disruption to everybody’s lives, and though we are all trying to stay safe and flatten the curve, it’s still uncertain when things will return to something resembling normality. Entrepreneurs have already had to make sweeping changes, whether that means arranging for staff to work from home, adapting their services, or even pausing altogether. At such an unpredictable time, business owners must...
Tags: Startups, Marketing, US, Crisis Management, New Zealand, Ikea, Virgin Media, Western Europe, Business Marketing, USP, Business Advice, Professionalisms, Managing A Crisis, Ford McDonald, Edward Coram James, Edward Coram James CEO and Co Founder of Go Up Ltd


A Self-Employed Entrepreneur’s Guide To Running A Biz While Injured

There’s never a convenient time to be injured. And when you’re a self-employed entrepreneur or business, owner, the stakes are even higher. Not only is there the physical pain and discomfort of the injury, but you also have to worry about how you’re going to keep your business running without being able to operate at full capacity. 6 Smart Steps You Need to Take. Whether your injuries were sustained from an isolated incident – like a car accident – or you’ve developed some sort of serious ...
Tags: Google Drive, Startups, Personal Injury, Others, Business Advice, Workplace Injury, Right Treatment Start