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8 Tips to Revolutionize the Manufacturing Customer Experience

Providing the best possible digital customer experience can be a big differentiator for any manufacturing business, but to set yourself apart requires a shift in mindset.

Andrew Walker

6 Ways to Determine if Your Content Marketing Team is Delivering Results

The key is in knowing your marketing goals and whether you've reached them.

John Boitnott

5 Traits of Successful Entrepreneurs

Find out if you have what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur.

Wendy Keller

5 Ways to Create a Great Company Culture

Small secrets that will help you attract and keep your company's best employees.

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How to Figure Out When to Hire An Expert, or To Just Do It Yourself

It's possible to save on experts like lawyers, accountants and designers while not putting your company at risk.

Adam Bornstein

Think Emotion-Driven Decisions Are Bad? Behavioral Economists Disagree.

When it comes to strategy, "emotion" is a dirty word. But experts say the data shows you should embrace your feelings when making tough calls.

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Talking About Mental Health With Your Employees Isn't Enough. Here's How Six Founders Are Making a Real Difference.

It's a buzzy topic, but making a difference in your workers' lives requires more than having a conversation.

This is What It's Actually Like to Work a 4-Day Workweek

We talked to founders of three companies that made the leap.

Jason Feifer

This Founder Wanted to Infuse a Marshmallow With Chocolate, for a Better S'More. He Had No Idea How Hard That Would Be.

Michael Tierney, the founder of Stuffed Puffs, learned that sometimes the simplest problems are the most complicated ones to solve.

Liz Brody