Posted By: Dana B on July 10, 2019 in Acuity
Many small businesses don’t have the resources to allocate a large portion of their budget to marketing. But that doesn’t mean you need to forgo it altogether. Marketing is essential to the growth and success of a business, and it's important to budget and plan for it.
Posted By: John L. on July 2, 2019 in Contractor
In one of my previous articles, “Tips to Resolve Job-Site Problems,” I wrote about challenges that can occur on a construction site, including an example of a problem I experienced in my career, and listed three basic principles I would go back to when I could foresee a potential problem with another contractor. Since then, I have received a few other questions around job-site problems I wanted to address.
Posted By: John L. on April 30, 2019 in Contractor
The cost of unproductive time on a job site can be enormous to a contractor who does not take notice. Contractors tend to focus on the end results of their projects or their year-end numbers and use them as metrics on how the company is doing. Although those numbers tell you how the company did overall, I believe your results can greatly improve if you focus more on the process.
Posted By: Dana B on April 5, 2019 in Stylist
Like many industries, the beauty industry is experiencing a shortage of new talent. This can cause stress on your existing business as you receive more client requests with the same amount of time in your day. Here are a few ways to efficiently manage clients.
Posted By: Aaron S. on April 3, 2019 in Retail
Customer satisfaction—what does that really mean? Over time, what satisfies a customer has shifted dramatically. Years ago, customers simply wanted a good product for a reasonable price and were willing to accept something close if they could get it right away.

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