Trady Only has rebranded itself to Customer Focus, effective March 1. The move reflects the Costa Mesa, California-based company's commitment to providing Web technology to its increasingly global customer base.
Milestone Recognition announced this month a Buffalo, N.Y. distribution hub for shipping its more than 800 recognition products, from $2 medals to $700 award wall plaques.
Amazon.com is hurting in China, and looking weaker. Yesterday, Chinese reporters discovered that Amazon had opened a store on rival Alibaba Group Holdings’ Tmall platform, a website for verified brands like Nike, Apple and P&G to sell to Chinese shoppers.
Being transparent in your business is very important in the age of digital marketing and social media. You can Google just about anyone or anything. Dig harder and you can find the truth even if they won’t admit it. Being transparent is more than being honest, it’s building an honest relationship. As in real life relationships, those built on lies never last.
For my business, I do my best to be as transparent as possible. I will own up to my mistakes, no matter how embarrassing they are or even if they will cost me a client or business relationship.
It's The Magnet Group versus Debco in this week's Video Battle!
Last week’s Main Street Forum (NYC) focused on the challenges small business owners face in growing and running their businesses. The resounding themes of the forum were—what is the definition of a small business and how can companies selling small business services make running a small business easier?
The Main Street Forum, hosted by Infusionsoft, brought together executives from companies and organizations focused on providing solutions to small businesses: American Express, OnDeck, Wix and SCORE participated.
Chicago-based InnerWorkings has been selected as a winner of Graphic Design USA Magazine’s 2015 American Package Design Awards for its creative execution work developed for PNC Financial Services.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced yesterday its officers had confiscated more than 6,000 children’s backpacks and lunch bags on two different occasions. Both times authorities determined the China exports had extremely high levels of lead.
They may be called "status meetings" "check-ins" "team meetings" or "updates." You may have them once a month, once a week, once a day or once every quarter. They all have one thing in common: Your employees hate them.
It might surprise you to learn just how much. In a recent Harris poll, sponsored by the online collaboration company Clarizen, 46 percent of respondents said they'd prefer to do almost anything else instead of sitting in a status meeting. Seventeen percent said they would choose to watch paint dry. Eight percent said they would opt for root canal.
The Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) approved requests from the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to increase prices on certain services last week.