Buying Your First Rental Property: 7 Tips to Reduce Anxiety

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Funding / May 26, 2021

Buying your first rental property is both exciting (in a good way) and somewhat daunting. Many people want to get involved in real estate investing but don’t know where to start. Oftentimes potential investors are scared away by the responsibilities they know come with property management. However, there are a number of solutions available if you’ve been thinking about dipping your toe into real estate. For example, you…

3 CFO Qualities to Insist Upon When Hiring or Aspiring

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / May 25, 2021

The chief financial officer (CFO) plays a critical role in any major organization. The specific duties of a CFO can vary somewhat from one company to the next. However, in general, a CFO is tasked primarily with ensuring an organization remains financially strong. It’s also worth noting that the nature of a CFO’s role within a company is changing throughout various industries. Across many companies, CFOs are becoming…

Cybersecurity for Your Small Business: Implementing Protocols Without the Paranoia

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / May 24, 2021

Cybersecurity statistics can be alarming, especially statistics that indicate nearly half of all cyberattacks target small businesses. With all the recent data breaches and ransomware attacks in the news, it’s easy to develop a fearful mindset. While cyberattacks are often destructive, they don’t need to be devastating. For example, there are ways to ensure you never have to think about paying a ransom after a ransomware attack. It’s…

Cultivating Innovation in a New Era: Post-Pandemic Leadership

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / May 24, 2021

Ever since the recent pandemic disrupted our lives and workplaces worldwide, cultivating innovation has gotten decidedly trickier. Senior managers and executives have had to shoulder and ultimately adapt to unexpected changes to workplace normality, operations, and career progress more than any other time in recent history. The business environment has always been difficult to predict, let alone during a period of pandemic uncertainty. The good news? Advances in…

Passive Income Ideas for Small Business Owners

by / ⠀Startup Advice / May 20, 2021

Passive income offers investors a way to make money without putting in a lot of work. Creating a couple of passive-income pipelines can help small business owners ensure that their company survives difficult times. Many people confuse passive income with get-rich-quick schemes, but almost every passive income source will require some investment up front. Your investment might be time, skilled labor, artistic endeavor, money, or some combination of…

9 Reasons to Switch to a Digital Bank

by / ⠀Personal Finance Startup Advice / May 19, 2021

If you’re a CEO or business owner trying to manage your company’s financial situation, consider digital banking. Switching to a digital bank may prove beneficial when compared to dealing with a brick-and-mortar institution. Small business owners in particular understand how time-consuming and costly banking can be. Online banking, however, can assist not only you and your employees but also your customers. For many, “digital banking” refers to the…

Remote Work Technologies You’ll Need for Effective Team Support

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / May 19, 2021

Modern businesses require modern remote work solutions. If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that our workforce is flexible. Employees are able to handle business challenges from anywhere when given the right tools. The future of work is likely to center around remote workers. To thrive, businesses will need to create infrastructure designed around dispersed teams. Technology is moving at faster speeds and remote work tools…

Social Media and Increased Conversion Rates: A Quick Primer

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Finding Customers Personal Branding / May 18, 2021

It’s surprising that many business owners are still reluctant to use social media platforms to increase sales conversion rates. It’s estimated that 7 in 10 Americans use social media, mainly with the intent to connect, read the news, or entertain themselves. What’s more compelling is the fact that Americans spend approximately three times as much time on social media as reading emails. These statistics make a good case…

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