Call it a Seattle thing, but my son wants to invest forward by working for a Seattle-area technology startup for free plus stock options. Here’s why. We’ve decided its more important to learn how to work in his vocation than simply making money in an unrelated endeavor.
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Harry here. I need your help.
I'm researching how MSPs, consultants, IT Pros and good old fashioned 'puter guys communicate with customers (small business owners).
There are a couple reasons for my
Every preacher needs a pulpit to sermonize from. The other day I found an old fall conference message from 2011 that spoke to me: PIVOT! That was nearly six years ago and the early evidence was mounting the traditional SMB technology motion was pivoting away from server-side bits to cloud-based business solutions. The server box in the corner was quickly becoming the black box containing the magic of marketing analytics.
February 23, 2017 Posted by US SMB Team
When you hear the word “entrepreneur,” what image springs to mind? Mark Zuckerberg in his hoodie? The young Steve Jobs in his parents’ garage? The familiar faces of entrepreneurship are those of brilliant young men who are tech-savvy newsmakers.
In this era of click bait headlines, this one is true both geographically and business-wise. Long time SMB Nation member Jamison West is undergoing a life reset. He has recently completed the transition from his MSP practice (which was acquired by Aldridge just over a year ago that I wrote about HERE.
West and family looked in the mirror
Passion is important in business. All small business owners need passion for their work if the business is going to succeed. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.
I’ve been an entrepreneur for 30 years, and I’ve created several successful businesses. How did I become successful? The number one thing that drove my business success was passion.
Here are two extremely cheap (read: free) ways to test ideas.
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FEBRUARY 21, 2017
Last night in the shower, you had an ingenious idea for a new business.
Former Amazon executive John Rossman shares his checklist for developing an internet of things strategy for your organization.
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Senior Writer, CIO | FEB 20, 2017 6:53 AM PT
The internet of things (IoT) may present the biggest opportunity to enterprises since the dawn of the internet age, and perhaps it will be bigger.
By: Ryan Matthew
Common Tech Mistakes Small Businesses Make That Can Be Avoided with Consultants
Running a small business poses many different obstacles that you must overcome. It is important for small businesses to address these issues before they become major hurdles to the progression of your company.
by Judith Lindenberger
How do you write an employee handbook for your small business? What do you need to put in it? Whether you're writing your first employee manual or you're updating one you've had for a while, this article explains the topics you should cover.
Employee handbooks should be designed to do more than just communicate information and answer routine questions; your handbook should help you achieve your organizational goals and objectives.
by Jeremy Bradley
Small businesses often do not have the luxury of a separate accounting office; the accounting and finance functions are typically handled by the business owner or by the general manager. Nonetheless, some best practices for accounting procedures in small offices are worth knowing. These best practices provide guidelines on keeping your financial house in order.