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India's Manufacturing Slows A Tad, But Remains In Expansion Mode: Survey

The survey encompasses responses collected by sending questionnaire to the purchasing managers in a panel of around 400 manufacturers

Teena Jose

The 4-Day Workweek Could Soon Become a Reality

In the UK, 70 companies are paying their employees to take a day off each week. It's going suprisingly well.

Jonathan Small

If You Really Want to Understand Customer Needs, Avoid Surveys

Most surveys provide little value to understanding customers and can lead you down the wrong path for your business with a false sense of security. Here's what to do instead, and how to use surveys properly if you absolutely have to.

Your 'Growing Pains' Might Be Warning Signs. Here's How to Turn Them Around.

Use this quick test to determine if your growing pains could be signaling issues throughout your operating system.

Katie Murphy

What are Pulse Surveys, and How They Can Help Your Company?

If you ask team members the right questions, you'll get back responses that truly help you create happier employees and a brighter business outlook.

John Boitnott

How to Find Growth Opportunities Through Customer-Discovery Research

Understanding your specific market is the only way to identify which strategy will work for your product or service.

Ethan Halfhide

How to Win PR and Media Coverage With Unique Original Data

The competition for online attention is growing by the second. Here's how to make sure your business or brand stands out.

Jeremy Moser

Survey: Tell Us How The COVID-19 Crisis Has Impacted You As A MENA Fintech Startup

We want to get a feel for how the COVID-19 crisis impacted your fintech business in the Middle East--this survey should take just five minutes of your time.

What Can Emojis Tell Us About Diversity and Inclusion?

According to a new survey from Adobe, quite a lot.

Kenny Herzog

Which Country's Citizens Are Considered the Happiest in the World?

Amid a persisting global health crisis, communities around the globe are struggling to stay positive. One nation, however, seems to have figured it out.

Justin Chan