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A Guide to Reopening Your Business During a Pandemic

With quarantine advisories in effect around the country, most businesses have experienced a sudden slump in their foot traffic, engagement, and, ultimately, their sales. As much as most companies want to keep operating at full capacity and capabilities, this has proven to be difficult as the income of these essential establishments has started to plummet.

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Improving Efficiency in the Warehouse

Warehouses are a central part of the supply chain. Without them, we wouldn’t have the quick access we have to almost any goods we want. If you’re in charge or work in a warehouse, here are a couple of considerations that could make a big difference to the efficiency of your warehouse operations. Improving Safety

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The Five Biggest Mistakes People Do When Paying off Debt

The decision to get out of debt is a life-changing one. However, it is far from easy. To manage our debts, we have to change a lot—the way we spend, how we budget our money, what we choose to pay off first, and how to create emergency fund and savings. Most people want to get out of

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Ways to Boost Business in the Middle of a Pandemic

The pandemic has hit businesses of various sizes in all parts of the world. The virus has re-shaped the way companies of any size do business and how people shop. Some industries have taken a huge hit with the hospitality and tourism industry bearing the brunt of it. However, there is a light at the

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4 Overlooked Tasks in Your Business Headquarters

If you are creating a small business, you will likely have a lot of tasks on your hands. You will be creating products and offering services in the comfort of your home. You must also come up with a way to deliver your items to interested buyers. The rewards of your tasks will likely make

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Saying Goodbye to Your Business Isn’t Such a Bad Thing

The business you have slowly grown from the ground up is like your child going to college. You’re glad that they grew up to be a fine person, but you know that you need to let them go. You have to set them free and let them forge their own path. It took you years

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E-commerce Basket Analysis: Improve Your Bottom Line with Data Mining

Customers leave tonnes of data on e-commerce websites, primarily through their shopping carts, whether they purchase something or not. Many businesses make the mistake of ignoring this information. But your online cart contains valuable insights that can help you improve your bottom line. Also called affinity analysis, basket analysis is a technique that looks at

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Becoming a Risk-Taker: The Key to Identifying Opportunities

People are naturally afraid of failure. Of course, no one wants to experience failure and deal with complicated and stressful issues in life. However, if you’re going to grow as a person and achieve your goals, you need to change your mindset. You can remain scared of failure, but you should start honing the courage

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4 Surprising Reasons to Embrace a Clean and Green Home

Most people would rather spend their spare time resting and enjoying quality time with loved ones than to clean their homes. It is understandable considering everyone has a busy schedule. You may be able to live with a bit of mess and chaos, but one can’t deny the fact that living in a cleaner and

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5 Promotional Merchandise Ideas for Your Business

Every business needs to have branding. This will help with their image, as brands help associate symbols and businesses together. Take, for example, famous companies. Think of the logos, symbols, and colors they use. More often than not, these elements of branding help people remember their company. Which, in turn, helps with their sales and

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