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John Boitnott - Page 2
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Journalist, Digital Media Consultant and Investor
Why Playing Video Games is Good for Your Business and Your Employees
Many people think playing video games will hurt their productivity. Here's why the opposite may be true.
How to Use Your Business Plan to Get Investors Excited About Your Startup
If you want to get prospective investors excited about your company, here are some business plan basics you should try, and what you should avoid.
How to Give Employees Ownership of Their Workspace As They Return to the Office
Try these tactics to help people feel more comfortable and collaborative in your office space.
6 WhatsApp Features That Are Perfect for Small Business Owners
WhatsApp is part of a larger change in the way many customers interact with their favorite brands now. Here's how you can take part.
4 Ways to Build Brand Loyalty as the Economy Opens Back Up
With many communities loosening restrictions on how businesses can operate, now is no time to rest on your laurels. Instead, work to build brand loyalty.
How to Spend Less Money and Time on Monthly Expenses
Monthly expenses can take a toll on any entrepreneur's pocketbook. Here's how to stop that from happening.
How Taco Bell Proves Old-School Marketing Tactics Still Work
Here's how Taco Bell leverages TV and radio ads as well as other old-school marketing tactics like billboards for marketing success.
30+ Free Classes on Entrepreneurship, Public Speaking, Negotiation and More That You Can Take From Harvard, MIT, Stanford and Other Prestigious Universities
If you're an entrepreneur looking to expand your skills, here are just some of the thousands of free courses offered by some of the greatest universities in the world.
Te Quiero Mucho: How to Benchmark Taco Bell's Winning Marketing Strategy
By taking bold action, knowing its audience and staying flexible, Taco Bell delivers effective marketing that every small businesses owner can emulate.
Four Things to Know Before You Sign the Lease for Your First Office
If you're starting to feel just a bit too cramped in your home office, perhaps now is the time to begin searching for your first commercial office space.
5 Entrepreneurs Who've Bought Themselves Back From Their Majority Investors -- And What They Learned
Selling a company is often the biggest decision a founder will ever make, and it's often the hardest, too. These five founders bought themselves back. Here's what they learned.