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Bridging the Digital Divide: Bringing Technology into the Workplace Part I

Throughout my interactions with entrepreneurs and small business owners, questions always arise around using technology in the workplace. Between automating processes, promoting their business online and using cloud-based technology, business owners want to know what will work and how they can do it. 510 more words


"Glory Lies In the Attempt to Reach One's Goal" #Gandhi

When I first told my mom that I wanted to start a business with PittMoss®, twenty some years ago, her response altered my earnest belief that anyone could do anything if they set their heart and mind to it. 417 more words


Standing Alone

I was about to send some information I stumbled across to a friend that I thought would surely help them with a situation they were experiencing and lift their mood, and just before I hit the send button it occurred to me that I had been doing the same thing for the last couple of years… always quick to send unsolicited tidbits and give advice where I had not been asked even though it was with best intentions. 243 more words

Canadian Small Business Women

What does a Social Enterprise Business address?

If you feel like you need to do something to make the world a better place, but you aren’t sure what that should be, consider the following four areas.

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Business Strategy

Small businesses can collaborate to grow

If you win, we all win” this is what a dear friend and colleague recently said to me, he said that I was one of them and there was no way that they’d let me go under without trying to help me. 617 more words

Small Business Development

Ready To Be Your Own Boss? Develop These Three Habits First.

“You’re not the boss of me!” My little 5-year-old niece said to her much older brother one day. He was telling her to stop running in the house. 738 more words

Diamond Life

RPCVs help small-time global artists enter large-scale markets

Vince Hartman knows that international artists have quality products and the business instincts to flourish.

The problem? They don’t always have viable forums to make a profit. 548 more words

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