The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced GCI Outdoor's recall of about 6,000 stadium seats due to the backrest possibly failing and causing injury.
Promo Marketing's Video Battle pits two industry videos against each other for the chance at the ultimate bragging right: Being declared our readership's absolute favorite. (Next up: That crazed feeling we get during the frantic holiday shopping crunch.)
FreePromoTips.com is holding the inaugural 5K Fun Run and Walk to kick of the 2015 PPAI Expo. Registration for the event ends Monday.
Terry Town, San Diego, has hired two sales representatives to cover the Northeast region starting in 2015.
As trade rumors spread, baseball executives were gathered in San Diego this week, doing much more than trade talks. The annual gathering also includes seminars, meetings, special events and a trade show.
Every year around this time, I like to spend a few weeks reflecting on the year and planning the next one. In 2014, I worked with executives in oil and gas, hospitality, accounting, utilities, engineering, construction, retail, steel, education, manufacturing, IT and banking. I've helped my clients become better leaders who built other leaders, develop and supercharge their teams, and hone their strategy and culture. And, as they do every year, in 2014 my clients have taught me some indispensable business lessons that we'd all be wise to heed in 2015.
It's fury versus facial-hair friendship in this week's Video Battle. Don't forget to vote!
Starline Inc. recently announced that Pro-Dev Strategies and Marketing will be the exclusive sales representative for the Province of Quebec, effective Jan. 1, 2015.
Surviving the winter months is a concern for many businesses. Consumer spending shifts to the holidays, and the amount being spent greatly declines after the rush to spend on gifts goes away. So the average business owner plans for the rush and hopes to receive a portion of the billions of dollars spent during this time of year.
For businesses that sell items which are best enjoyed in the warmer months, the excessive spending and recovery period is not felt. Here are three tips to keep your business strong in the cooler months.