Small businesses are the innovators of the world, while functioning in a climate in which innovation is rapidly becoming a word that’s use is so ubiquitous that it’s in danger of losing its power, and that would be a bad thing. Broadly, its usage is frequently synonymous with invention or creativity. Narrowly, innovation can sometimes refer to […]

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As of 2017, 33.4 million buyers had purchased items through Etsy’s handmade and vintage marketplace. So if you sell any products in those categories, using Etsy can help you get your shop in front of a huge built-in base of buyers. Tips for Starting an Etsy Business Building a business on this platform comes with its own […]

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Get ready for the first complete synthetic human brain, moon mining, and much more. Maybe robotic moon bases, chips implanted in our brains, self-driving cars and high-speed rail linking London to Beijing. According to a dazzling number of technology predictions that single out the year 2020, it’s going to be to be one heck of […]

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The past year has been challenging for many businesses around the world impacted by the global trading system. However, a new report from DHL reveals that globalization is holding up under pressure; a trend that is anticipated to continue in 2020. The DHL Global Connectedness Index reported that shrinking international capital flows caused global connectedness to dip slightly in […]

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Many small-business owners want to grow their companies, and they want to do it fast. But if you rush into expansion without a plan, you risk losing everything you’ve worked so hard to build. Take Wise Acre Frozen Treats, which hired too many employees and bought too much equipment before they had the revenue or startup […]

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The question of offering free shipping or not offering free shipping is on e-tailer’s minds year-round. Free shipping has become the norm, especially during the holiday season; A report by the National Retail Federation found 75% of U.S. consumers expect free shipping even on orders under $50, up from 68% in 2017. So, how should your e-commerce business […]

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The next Chinese New Year, falling on Saturday, January 25, is an auspicious occasion but also an event that promises to slow your company’s production and create supply-chain disruptions before, during, and after the holiday. Ushering in the Year of the Rat, factories in mainland China and Hong Kong typically shut down for approximately three […]

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For U.S. companies trading globally, these are uncertain times. Whether you’re a large exporter, a mid-sized manufacturer, or a growing e-commerce venture that’s quickly building cross-border success, you know the tremendous benefits that international commerce brings to the table—and to your bottom line. But you have also witnessed social, political and economic shifts that can […]

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Use these six tips while shipping this holiday season to keep your customer service reputation high—and your employee’s stress low. For most small businesses, the holiday season can be a bit of a blessing and a curse. The increased sales are great, but that also means increased time and stress. And for small businesses that […]

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For U.S. companies trading globally, these are uncertain times. Whether you’re a large exporter, a mid-sized manufacturer, or a growing e-commerce venture that’s quickly building cross-border success, you know the tremendous benefits that international commerce brings to the table—and to your bottom line. But you have also witnessed social, political and economic shifts that can […]

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