Owners who are exiting a small business are often stymied by the range of choices in exit planning. Most literature on the topic discusses seven or eight avenues to exit.

A sale to a third party can be to an entrepreneur, private equity (including family offices,) or a strategic acqui Read More
Entering into a business partnership can be life-changing in a positive way, but also a negative way. Too often, there are big problems that arise down the road because business partners don’t do their due diligence on one another, or they ignore red flags. Read More
The Office for National Statistics found that in 2016, on average, 3.7 million employees commuted for two or more hours on a weekday. Whether you use public transport, endure rush hour, walk or cycle, doing this in a formal suit is not ideal for a long, uncomfortable journey. Read More
In today’s world, it’s of the utmost importance that everyone concern themselves with what impact they’re having on the world around them. Ideally, people would have a positive impact on the people they come in contact with and no impact at all on the environment they’re surrounded with. However, t Read More
Do you find that everyone you tell your current startup idea to does nothing but hate on it?
Do you truly believe that idea has some potential and can’t figure out why others can’t see your vision? Read More
The #MeToo movement goes in fits and starts. But, suggests Reckoning’s Linda Hirshman, that’s to be expected. Every social change experiences a backlash. Read More
3 tips on how customer success can better align with product on customer feature requests to improve their customer relationship and customer retention
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One of the first things that you have to consider when setting up a business is to have an office where you and your staff can work comfortably. One of the reasons why some companies are understaffed is because of not so good working conditions – which means a miserable workplace makes it challengi Read More
Performance reviews are an extremely useful technique for employers and employees. Employers use them as a basis for raises and to address any ongoing challenges. Meanwhile, employees can use a performance review as a guide for enhancing their career potential and productivity. Read More
When you run a business, one major goal is to retain your best workers in the long run. Employee wellness programs help you do this by rewarding and taking care of your employees. In addition to improving your compensation package, wellness programs can help reduce absenteeism and encourage product Read More
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