The Top Features Employees Want from Their Workplace

When it comes to an office, every detail matters. From the location to the colors on the wall and the type of desks used, everything inside the office space affects… Read more »

Investigating 4 Mistakes Businesses Often Make in the First Year

The first year can be a particularly exciting period for a small business – but it’s also the most tumultuous. To survive the up and down nature of this initial… Read more »

5 Things You Should Know About Workers’ Compensation Insurance

If you’re starting a business, you may not know much about workers’ compensation other than the fact that many businesses maintain a policy to protect their employees in the event… Read more »

How Did a Startup Making “Nutritionally Complete” Powdered Food Take Over The World?

The powdered food market has a new king, and its name is Huel. Founded just four years ago, the startup has become one of the fastest growing food companies in… Read more »

Best of British: 5 Niche SMEs That Fly The UK Flag

Britain’s no longer the industrial behemoth of a century ago — but it’s still home to a host of innovative and eclectic firms. And according to the Federation of Small… Read more »

Ways to Make Your College Loan Pay for Itself When You Get Your Degree

The new American Dream involves getting a higher education so you can embark on a career that provides a comfortable life and a high quality of life. Unfortunately, the new… Read more »
Info Tech

Top 4 Metal Marking Technology You Should Know About

Does your business require metal marking technology to impart barcodes, dates, identification numbers, logos, and other important data onto metal product surfaces? There are several options out there, but the… Read more »
Social Media

6 Types of Content to Post on LinkedIn: Tips to Bolster Engagement

How’s your LinkedIn game these days? If you’re stuck in the same old rut, you’re not alone. If you’re struggling in vain to come up with post-worthy content ideas that… Read more »

Take Your New Business from Slow to Grow

People go rushing into business and they succeed. Yes, this does happen but in most cases, it doesn’t. People who rush toward success without taking the time to calculate the… Read more »

China’s Plan to Map Out a New Silk Road and Create Trade Corridors with Europe and the Middle East

You may be familiar with the term “Silk Road” from your early history and geography lessons. In case you need refreshing, what we’re talking about is the merchant road that… Read more »