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Internships: 3 Reasons Why Your MBA Is Incomplete Without One

Perhaps, on your way to owning your own business, you're studying for a master's degree in business, an MBA. Consider that an internship with your MBA program can be critical to your success. Internships can help you to see where you need to make changes. Show More Summary

3 Lessons Small Business Owners Can Learn from LeBron James the Businessman

You can only learn one lesson from Lebron James on the court -- you're not as good as he is. But what can you learn from his business exploits?

On Demand Cookie Business May Be One for You to Replicate

Technology has made it possible to deliver products and services to consumers faster than ever. What are the opportunities in on demand services?

2 of 3 Managed Service Providers Not Offering Adequate Cybersecurity Support

If you're using a managed service provider, your small business may be at risk. Here's why cybersecurity at MSPs is often inadequate.

What Makes a Good Salesperson? 25 Qualities to Look For

When hiring, how do you know what makes a good salesperson? Here's a list of 25 qualities any candidate for your small business sales team should possess.

Microsoft Unveils Outlook.com Beta Version and Wants Your Feedback

Microsoft has launched their Outlook beta site, a version that promises more useful features for small business users, and they're looking for feedback.

A Big Guide to Sales and Your Small Business

This guide has everything you need to know about sales and your small business from sales tips to techniques, sales team management, and mistakes to avoid.

Marketing Emails Sent at 4 p.m. have the Highest Open Rate

New research suggests that the end of the workday is probably the best time to send a marketing email. More email marketing benchmarks after the jump.

4 Expectations That Limit Your Abilities

Our expectations were instilled in us at a young age. We expected that the bad guy always got caught and the good guy always prevailed. We expected to reach our goals. We expected to meet the man/woman of our dreams and settle down.Show More Summary

HP Debuts New Wide Format Printer for Small Businesses

Could your small business use a new wide-format printer? You may want to consider the newly released HP OfficeJet Pro 7720 all-in-one printer.

These Solar Powered Clothes May Be Able to Charge Your Phone

ISHU combines tech and fashion to create innovative and unique products. The lesson? A gap in the marketplace can create opportunities for small businesses.

Apple has dozens of work-from-home jobs open right now

Some people love going to the office, while others much prefer working from home. Good remote jobs can be hard to come by, so it’s especially exciting when super reputable companies list work-from-home jobs on their website. Apple has just posted a job listing calling for 60 “at home advisors” to provide customer service and support roles, all...

Waterloo disruption: How to manage a remote team

As the impact of the Waterloo Station upgrade work kicks in, commuters and employers are coming to terms with a large section of London’s rail network being severely disrupted for the majority of August. But the changes should be seen not as an inconvenience to both employers and employees, but as an opportunity to increase...

Chatbots Are Crucial for Your Customer Service, Learn Why!

Thanks to AI technology, it’s possible to turn over part of your customer service online to chatbots. Should you use chatbots for customer service?

Book Review: Thriving in the Gig Economy

"How to capitalize and compete in the new world of work" is the tagline for the book Thriving in the Gig Economy. This nicely summarizes this useful guide to the shift to independent work. The book starts with an excellent...

This Is What It Takes To Get A Regular Job After Giving Up On Self-Employment

Osvaldo Ruiz has no trouble recalling how “cutthroat” the mortgage industry was in 2005, and how many “dubious people” were out there hawking mortgages nobody could afford. That’s because it was the year he quit his full-time job in construction “with hopes of becoming a real estate mogul,” a dream that Ruiz sounds glad didn’t pan out...

Ask Yourself These 5 Questions Before Deciding On A Leadership Style

First-time managers often ask themselves how to develop a leadership style that suits them: “Who should I model myself after? What kind of leader should I be?” It’s great to think critically about your approach to managing others, particularly when you’re new to it, but these questions won’t exactly help you. That’s because they assume that leadership...

9 Highly Useful Time Management & Productivity Apps to Organize Life

Life is amazing and becomes really hard to manage sometimes. We all are busy in organizing things from what to do? Where to start? And what are the shortcuts to have all the things done perfectly without any hotchpotch? Thanks to the technology which gave birth to the mobile application development. The mobile applications are...

What to Expect in Your First Year of Owning a Business

The first year of owning a business can provide a variety of frustrations and setbacks, but you’ll probably be pleased to hear that few businesses fail in the first 365 days. The US Department of Labor finds that 75% of businesses survive the first year, with 50% making it to five years. Sustaining a business isn’t...

Turn to SMS for Both Routine Tasks and Irresistible Marketing Solutions

Business has always been a matter of intelligence. Free up your creativity and curiosity by using SMS to take care of your routine tasks. And give your marketing a boost, too, by adding SMS to your marketing plans. The post Turn to SMS for Both Routine Tasks and Irresistible Marketing Solutions appeared first on Business Opportunities.

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