As consumers and as business owners, we should do all we can to help promote small businesses.
According to new research, beards are indeed in. Here are ways to make money off the trend.
Looking to start (or grow) a business in an industry that’s already huge and destined to grow even larger? Welcome to the wedding business.
It’s easy to mock, but actually being mindful can make your staff more productive, make you a better leader and improve the overall attitude and output at your small business. And it de-stresses everyone.
We’re still in the infancy of the wearables industry right now, leaving years of opportunities for entrepreneurs.
One of the things entrepreneurs are proud of is being forward thinking. We invent and utilize new technologies and business ideas and consumers tend to follow. Well, sometimes it’s consumers who take the lead and business owners are the ones who have to catch up.
For restaurant owners, food trends matter. Depending on the type of dining establishment you run, you’re going to lose customers if you’re not serving what customers want—or think they want.
Younger generations, as they age, always seem to defy the labels slapped on them while they’re just coming into adulthood. As a small business owner, here’s how you can cash in as Gen Y-ers become moms and dads.
Potatoes are cheap to buy and profitable to sell -- and they're quickly climbing the trendy food ladder.
Controversial marijuana isn't the only weed in town. Seaweed is gaining traction as a 'superfood' for its myriad health benefits.