Our weekly roundup of the most relevant articles this week in the small business world.
As a small business owner, have you dismissed artificial intelligence as a technology whose daunting complexity is rivaled only by the price tag that comes with it?
The year is winding down and 2019 will be here in no time. As we sail ever closer to the new year, savvy marketers and small business owners are already thinking about 2019. We may have a few months to go, but when it comes to the best tools that will be making a splash, the writing is already on the wall.
While major retailers may dominate the discussion during the holiday season, small business owners can still find ways for their companies to win during this pivotal period. That’s not always easy — the big kids spend a lot of money — but there are advantages that smaller companies can leverage to achieve holiday success.
FinTech has opened a whole new world of opportunities for small businesses and they can now offer more and better services at a reduced price.
Thanksgiving week is the biggest shopping week of the year. After everyone awakes from their turkey coma, it’s time to get Christmas shopping done with Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. An equally important shopping day is the Saturday after Thanksgiving, known as Small Business Saturday.
With a strong economy and low unemployment boosting consumer confidence, the 2018 holiday season promises to be a good one. This year the holiday trifecta of Black Friday/Small Business Saturday/Cyber Monday starts on November 23rd, so time is of the essence for small businesses looking to rev up their marketing engine.
If you were to match up a multinational company that offered generic options with a successful regional brand that focused on localized offerings, who do you think would be more successful?
As Amazon rapidly expands its reach, many brick-and-mortar businesses are worried that they can’t compete. In addition to selling just about every product ever invented, the online retail giant recently bought Whole Foods and opened its own retail locations in several cities.