Are You Achieving a Work-Life Balance? Not Even Close

Americans spend a significant amount of time working and looking at screens, but the majority don’t take enough time off. Are You Achieving a Work-Life Balance? Not Even Close Over the course of their lifetime, Americans spend, on average, 13.2 years...

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Experience The Latest Small Business Technologies at Small Biz Expo NYC

On June 24, 2022, SMALL BUSINESS EXPO – NEW YORK CITY is going to bring together leading industry experts and vendors to teach small business owners, entrepreneurs, and startups the latest technologies entering the marketplace. The expo will showcase...

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16 Sign Fails

Some of life’s funniest moments are completely accidental. That’s definitely the case when it comes to some of the funniest and most hilarious signs. Whether they arose from careless design, normal wear and tear or human intervention, a funny...

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10 Tips for Honing Essential Entrepreneurial Skills

Running a successful business requires a variety of skills. Some entrepreneurs prioritize creativity. Others need strong leadership skills. And it’s always worth trying to improve in all these areas. Here are tips from members of the online small business...

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10 Online Businesses for Sale in May

This month there are some great online businesses available for sale that are established, proven, and innovative. Some of them also have a physical presence that seamlessly combine the digital world to ensure the future viability of their operations. If...

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Comcast Offering Grants to Small Businesses in Five Large Metro Areas

Businesses in communities around the country are still reeling from COVID and its after-effects. Women and entrepreneurs of color have been hit especially hard. Although pretty much every city could use extra support, Comcast has identified five key metropolitan...

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The Top Dropshipping Course Options Today

With classic business procedures owning warehouses and inventory is a common practice.in recent years new practices have come up with ways to reduce or render obsolete the need for inventory and inventory for certain types of business. Dropshipping is...

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Senate Fails to Pass $48 Billion Small Business Covid Relief Act of 2022

The $48 billion Small Business Covid Relief Act of 2022 bill (S-4008) has failed in the Senate. S-4008 would have provided $48 billion to restaurants, gyms, live venues, minor league sports teams, border businesses, exclave businesses and providers of transportation...

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In the News: ARPA Small Business Grants Up to $20,000 Available

The lingering effects of the pandemic will be here for some time to come. And this has left many small business owners still struggling to overcome the challenges. But today, there is also the issue of inflation, supply chain,...

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The State of the Creator Economy is Thriving

From its humble beginnings in the 1990s, the creator economy has now grown into a massive industry. Part of the “new economy,” early creators included authors, journalists, actors, musicians, artists and others. But without an available marketplace infrastructure to...

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