How does severe weather impact small businesses? And can you manage risks of severe weather?
Business takes energy. Your small business might make do with a lamp and a laptop, but most businesses run on considerably more electricity.
Point-of-sale (POS) systems are the nerve center for profitable retail businesses today. Modern POS systems connect sales data with pricing, inventory and operational data, giving you accurate, real-time information on business performance.
The benefits of cloud computing are numerous, making a move to the cloud one of the small-business technology trends in 2019 worth your consideration. The advantages of cloud computing, once accessible only to large companies, are now within reach of even the smallest firms.
It’s never too early to think about indoor and outdoor holiday decorating ideas. This year, consider preparing your business for the season with smart technology.
Small-business owners know that maximizing their energy efficiency can make a big difference in their business. New technologies are rolling out every day, and business owners can now use data to identify the best opportunities to give them an edge in competitive marketplaces.
Approximately 150 million Americans commute to work every day, according to the United States Census Bureau, with the vast majority (128 million) using personal automobiles. The amount of energy used to accomplish a daily commute is staggering; the average person spends $2,600 a year going to and from work.
There’s nothing like the bond between a mother and daughter, especially the special one between Debb and Avril Brown, the family duo behind Island Spiced Bakes & Bites in Atlanta, Georgia. The self-starting pair began their small business journey three years ago, after Avril retired from over thirty years of working as a nurse.