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After finding success in her online business, Gayneté Jones made the decision to start a product-based business by introducing a new menstrual cup, just in time for Women’s Health Month. Gayneté is the Founder and CEO of Best, Periodt., and G.A.M.E. Changing Industries. She’s a leading business consultant, keynote speaker, best-selling author, podcaster, and the
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Marek Niedzwiedz is the CEO of aeXea Capital and the founder of YourNonExecCFO.com. The small business world is big and terrific. At the same time, it is pretty bizarre. Why? According to The World Bank, SMEs represent “about 90% of businesses and more than 50% of employment worldwide.” So clearly, it is a significant and incredible
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In this article UBER Source: goPuff If you order potato chips, toothpaste or over-the-counter medication through the Uber Eats app, it will soon be fulfilled and delivered by start-up Gopuff. The two Softbank-backed companies announced a partnership Tuesday. Gopuff focuses on what it calls “everyday essentials,” items you would find in a convenience store. ″We
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Andrew Olsen, CFRE is President of Altus Marketing, a Moore company, a best-selling author, and host of a top-rated nonprofit podcast.  As a nonprofit marketer, your most important role is to create meaningful connections with supporters to increase commitment, reduce friction and grow revenue. It’s about creating relevance around what your constituents already care about; what
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Managing Director at Portera Technologies, your thinking partner in technology and innovation. A lack of transparency about the manufacturing process of a product is increasingly on consumers’ minds. A recent survey from BCG revealed that, since the pandemic crisis, consumers’ agendas have increased and are more focused than ever on health and safety and showing strong
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Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images April Harris of dessert company Keeping You Sweet, Melissa Butler of The Lip Bar, and Gwen Jimmere of Naturalicious share several things in common: they are Black female entrepreneurs who have succeeded building businesses on their own, and they have succeeded in winning deals with national retail partners including
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May 7 is World Password Day, and it serves as a reminder for many entrepreneurs and small business owners to prioritize—or reprioritize—cybersecurity and other protections. Entrepreneurs and SMBs can do a lot to build strong shields and mitigate the risk of breaches, in addition to minimizing the damage if a breach occurs. To help your
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If you have a business that requires you to be there in person, the pandemic most likely caused a nosedive in revenue. The only good thing about that is knowing you weren’t alone. Over 100,000 businesses shut down due to COVID-19 – brick and mortar businesses getting hit the hardest. Some business owners pivoted quickly
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A new Singapore-inspired tax law will reduce corporate income tax and boost foreign investment in the Philippines, finance secretary Carlos Dominguez told CNBC, as the country moves to speed up its economic recovery. The Philippines’ so-called corporate recovery and tax incentives for enterprises (CREATE) act, which was signed into law last month, aims to provide
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Agencies allow businesses to offload the most complex parts of their marketing strategies for massive ROI. Companies working with agencies get access to dedicated teams of savvy professionals across writing, design, strategy, advertising, and more. Despite the obvious advantages, though, The American Association of Advertising Agencies reports that half of agency relationships fizzle within two
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The skills that give you an edge in competitive sport can give you an edge in business. Focus, determination, perfect practice. Staying cool under pressure and a heightened awareness that hard work pays off. Sport creates expansive entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs create resourceful sportspeople. Business and sport have many similarities including that both require the best version
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Telemedicine has been around in some form since the 1950s. Yet despite the digital transformation of industry after industry, most healthcare consumers have long preferred seeing their doctors in person. Although telemedicine adoption was on an upward slope by 2020, RAND Corporation data put market penetration at a mere 4% of the U.S. population.  What
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