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Each country has become an expansive hot stop for mid and small businesses. Every other person wants to get into entrepreneurship and start something of their own.
Nowadays, more and more people are buying things online. The popularity of online sales has been growing steadily in recent years, with an additional boost from the pandemic.
Online sales have many advantages: you can offer customers a product, a service, and so on, you are not limited by geographical area, district or city.
Influencer - people who can affect a certain audience. They are not celebrities, they are ordinary people, the main tools of their interaction with the audience are social networks: Facebook, Instagram, YouTube ... They tell about the latest news, new trends, topics that can be endlessly listed, they exist in virtually every field. Influencer - this is a social phenomenon that can successfully spread his view and attitudes.
It seems like everyone is making money online these days. Every day there is a new person claiming to be raking in the big bucks because they opened an online store, so it is natural for many of us to wonder about starting our own.
Ecommerce has been a bright spot among retail channels during the coronavirus, as consumers became reliant on digital transactions amid physical store closures and fear of infection. However, the impact on ecommerce retail spending has not been felt evenly across the world.
Market research is an important part of a business plan and should serve to guide your business as it grows.
Market research is important when testing the viability of new business ideas, as well as when developing new products, services and features.
According to the Social Media Examiner, 90% of marketers work with social networks. 85% of them do not know which tools are better to use. It all means that the potential of social media is huge, but many marketers do not realize how to work with an audience. A few principles on how to improve your relationship with your audience.
The United States is one of the pioneering countries to shift the tides of processes and logistics in businesses. The forward-thinkers that we are, we are no longer living in 2019; we now look ahead to what’s in store for 2021.
While there are many who can't wait to bid adieu to 2020, there's no doubt the coronavirus pandemic and the ways businesses had to adjust to ensure their survival changed the trajectory of what 2021 will look like and what businesses should do to get ready for the upcoming year.
Now that small business owners are well acquainted with the challenges of pandemic living and working, how can they better prepare for the uncertainty of 2021? We talked to several creatives about what they are doing now to make the best of the year to come.
If 2020 was a year of disruption and transition for small businesses, 2021 will be a year of continued evolution. To help you prepare, we talked with a handful of business experts about what to expect in the coming year. Here are six business trends and changes to look out for:
As a business leader, by now you’ve absorbed the initial shock of COVID-19 and realized that it’s time to start emerging from crisis response mode. But you’re nowhere near being out of the woods.