Considering presents for your valued business partners this year? Follow these easy tips to show your appreciation and make the greatest impact.
Although people usually associate business with taking, the holidays serve to remind us the good of those who strike out on their own.
Between planning holiday getaways, attending parties and finding time to shop for gifts, December can be a difficult month to stay on-target with professional goals and to-dos.
The retailer is set to run a shopping marathon leading up to the holidays. And it isn't the only one.
Unsure what, if anything, to give colleagues? Cheer up. You can't do much worse than this.
There are better ways to find the right gift, at a desirable price, than wander up and down the aisles.
In a mistletoe drone incident gone awry, TGI Friday's made a bloody mess in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Nine out of 10 companies plan to throw holiday parties in 2014, a survey shows, up from previous years.
Sure, a small present and a holiday card are great, but these three things will be appreciated and reciprocated with enthusiasm for another year of success.
Don't waste your money or effort on gifts that will only frustrate your entrepreneur.
Managing Remote Teams
Here a few tips on ways to keep your team productive and focused during the hustle and bustle of the season.
While many purchases are still made online, consumers still appreciate their local shops and the ability to discover items.
Thousands of new orders can strain the response to inquiries. Deflect challenging situations and demanding callers by planning ahead.
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