With its 'low-interaction dining,' food is the focus at Ichiran, a popular chain in Asia that recently expanded to Brooklyn, N.Y.
The company wants to use the location as a cultural hub complete with original programming and partnerships with local artists.
Tracking app downloads is a dead-end strategy. Instead, entrepreneurs need to focus on adding value and keeping users coming back for more.
Eighty percent of millennials and 78 percent of Gen Xers say they prefer in-person communication with colleagues as opposed to virtual conferencing.
With so much noise in the online world, entrepreneurs are needing to get more creative to stand out. One way is implementing interactive video into your the marketing strategy.
While it may seem like an appealing option, working from home can present momentous obstacles at the startup level.
Follow this advice in order to go beyond basic marketing messages to really interacting with your followers and customers.
True Office gamifies the way companies train their employees, with its founder insisting it's cheaper and more fun than hiring an expert.
PCs with touch-based interfaces have a small business upside: They can morph into everything from interactive retail kiosks to data-entry terminals.
Monitors can be repurposed as interactive marketing kiosks, allowing your customers to see for themselves just how innovative you are. Here are three of the sharpest.