Normally, renovating commercial properties can be tricky because it has to be timed properly. A lot of businesses and companies don’t like the idea of closing for an indefinite amount of time. Although the pandemic has caused a lot of issues, one advantage to it is that it gives you an opportunity to do some
The coronavirus pandemic has affected tons of businesses in the US, including small enterprises. If you own one of these small, local businesses, you’re probably looking for ways to bounce back. One way to do it is to embrace product delivery or contactless in-home services. But how can you do it if you don’t have
Shelf life matters to every business owner, especially start-up companies who cannot afford to lose products over the mishandling of goods. There are numerous advantages to extending or even improving product shelf-life. In the food and restaurant industry, shelf-life determines the quality of the food, so most of their raw materials to make food are
One of the hottest trends in the business world these days are home-based businesses. Many already tried building their own startups at the comforts of their homes and many more are expected to follow suit. With the flexibility and lower costs of starting your own business back home, this makes as a desirable venture for
The manufacturing industry is one of the fields that require a lot of attention and invention, and it has changed a lot over the years. Therefore, if you run a manufacturing business, you should equip yourself with effective tips to put your company on the map. Here are some ideas for growing your manufacturing business.
Financial risk is already in the meaning of the word “entrepreneur.” But this doesn’t mean that you need to sacrifice hand and foot when you decide to take on this label. Unsurprisingly, seeking funds for your startup can be intimidating, especially if it’s your first trip around the block. That said, you need to have
If yours is one of the small businesses that survived the first few months of the COVID-19 crisis, consider yourself lucky. Online directory Yelp reported that 60% of businesses that closed between March and August of this year would not be re-opening. That accounts for nearly 100,000 small businesses that have had to shut down.
Restaurants have it bad during the pandemic. Without customers dining in, they depend on delivery and take-out orders. But there is a silver lining to this. No customers coming in means that you have the freedom to do renovations without worrying about losing any money from lost customers. This also allows you to prepare for
Many businesses are taking a hit from the pandemic. With many people locked down and focused on essentials, it seems like a recipe for disaster for most companies. But some companies are thriving. The key is adapting and using the opportunities available. Here are some pointers on how your business can still grow despite all
Across different industries, businesses have to adjust their operations to adhere to social distancing regulations and survive amid this current economic downturn. These circumstances have made it challenging for several existing companies to stay afloat and even more difficult for new ones to start. Commencing a startup business is a cumbersome deed under the best