Growth Strategy

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How To Be Successful As A Woman Or Non-Binary Entrepreneur

Women and non-binary entrepreneurs have long gone underrepresented in businesses. This chasm only finds itself widened when it comes to people of color, people of varying sexual orientations, and anyone with an identity that defies regressive societal norms. In recent years, as these groups of

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Startup Guide to Winning in a Recession

Understandably, few entrepreneurs are eager to think about recessions. Customers tighten their wallets, banks take a closer look at business loans that can catapult startup growth, and you get the feeling everyone’s hunkering down and waiting for it to be over, like a gloomy winter

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How To 10X Your Restaurant Business Without Dine-In Service

Running a restaurant during the pandemic is proving to be a challenge. For many food startups that rely on daily patrons dining-in to show their support, adapting to carry out only is a necessity. GREY spoke with hospitality industry experts Melody Roberts and Lucas Liu

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How To Create Happiness In The Workplace

There’s the old saying that goes “Fake it until you make it.” In cases of workplace happiness, however, there’s no faking the way to better spirits. It doesn’t take a lot of effort to sow the seeds of joy. Communication, structure, and a bit of

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How to Hold More Effective Meetings with Your Team

Meetings are an essential part of any business. Face-time allows for clear communication and effective decision making that helps teams accomplish goals faster. But all too often, meetings run long and fail to keep people engaged. With so many teams choosing to continue working from

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How Content Marketing Can Help Increase Your Business’ Audience

Content Marketing is the creation and sharing of relevant, valuable, and consistent online material to stimulate interest in products or services. By offering quality information, content marketing inspires prospective customers to become loyal to your brand and can turn into a purchase later down the

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Five Early Steps to Becoming a Successful Entrepreneur

An individual who plans to start a business venture without proper research should be prepared for the worst. How can you attain success in a niche when you don’t know anything about it? Competitor analysis is quite important as it defines the initial place you

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Drop Biscuits And Dropshipping—A Dough-Filled Proposition

When drop biscuits were first introduced, their appeal was the possibility of biscuits at the table with fewer ingredients, fewer prep tools, and less prep and clean-up time than scratch biscuits. Not mentioned were their aversion to left-over uses, the hard, lumpy biscuit exteriors, and

INSPIRE

Inspiration On The Go! Five Great Entrepreneurial Podcasts

People thought podcasting was a dying art. Now, over 80 million people listen to podcasts in the US alone, as we’ve realized how convenient they are. 95% of the time, multitasking is unproductive, but podcasts are ideal for using up “dead time”, like doing household

BUSINESS

How Small Businesses Can Survive COVID-19

The COVID-19 outbreak is affecting every aspect of our lives. With the rise of COVID-19, small businesses everywhere are wondering how to survive. While the media is covering a lot about restaurants, retail, and airlines, freelancers and employees of affected non-retail businesses are left to

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4 Steps To Becoming An Influencer

Do you love having control over your own life? Of course! Who doesn’t? Humans have never been quite congruent with subjugation. We begin to feel fettered and you can’t place bondage on a free spirit longer than that spirit allows the action to take place.

TECH

How To Use Data Leadership In Times Of Crisis

The nature of fear often traces back to a lack of information. Usually, by gathering data to learn more about a situation, we can build confidence until we are ready to act. This is what business leaders do all the time: we do not wait

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Pros And Cons Of Founding A Company Solo or As A Team

You’ve decided to push the “American Dream” one step further, to implement your own rules. Entrepreneurial drive has sparked your desire to start a company. Maybe, you’re retired, wealthy, and bored. Perhaps, you’ve seen an already existing business plan and believe you can somehow execute

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