Main Street Entrepreneur - Page: 10

Hire Slow, Fire Fast

The Candle Pour's Misty & Dennis Akers share their expertise and help business owners with how they might want to think about staffing and why who you hire is essential to creating an unforgettable experience.

6 Ways to Harness the Power of Customer-Centric Selling

Successful business leaders understand that they should never underestimate the power of their most important ingredient -- the customers.

Faiza Hughell

2021: The Year of the Customer

After a tough year, it's time to go back to basics and focus on what really matters -- your customers.

Kate Johnson

How Supporting Local Businesses and Philanthropic Causes Helped This Business Owner Find Success

This week we speak to Angela Shen, owner and founder of Savor Seattle, about conscious consumerism, customer service and knowing your limits.

This Female-Led Company Is the Etsy for Chefs and Restaurants

Ellis McCue, CEO of Territory Foods, a platform that delivers bespoke food experiences.

When Thinking Outside the Box Pays Off

This week we talk with Amanda Scotese, owner and founder of Chicago Detours - a touring company that is always pushing the limits of what is expected to create an unforgettable - and more importantly, irreplicable - experience for their customers.

Using Pies as the Vessel for Important Conversations

When you create a business for the community, it's the community that can make you successful-even when you open during a pandemic.

How COVID Has Accelerated Customers Controlling Everything

The purchasing public was pumping up their platform BEFORE the pandemic.

Scott Case

Creating and Inspiring Confidence Through a Business Model

Building a business where people go to feel inspired and confident is much easier said than done. Replicating and franchising that concept, all while making the important things stick, is even harder.

5 Things Market Researchers Can Learn From Marketers

In our push to better understand the customer experience, market researchers need to be put themselves in the game too.

Andrew Reid