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Working remotely has become the new standard in the COVID-19 era. Companies that followed a traditional in-office model have had to adjust to how they presently work, and soon have to learn how to hire remotely.
19 entrepreneurs delve into where online freelance talent is most readily found
Like every leadership role, heading up a tech firm as a nontech CEO is a work in progress.
Create better alignment between strategic company goals and marketing segmentation and messaging.
Much like the broader story of global markets, 2018 proved a rollercoaster ride of a year for corporate consolidation.
In today's world, poor judgement on your part can have a catastrophic effect on your brand.
Consider the best time of year to ramp up your startup.
Keep in mind that remote freelancers look for perks specific to their needs.
While burying yourself in your business is great, it's important to consider large-scope changes that could affect your team.
Though it may seem counterintuitive at first, spend money on what you need to get up and running.
These are just a few of the trends that you'll want to jump on now if you want to grow your startup or expand your business.
Picking up the pieces is about having a positive outlook rather than a negative focus.
No matter how small you are, and even if you just have one freelancer, start putting formal processes in place.
Peer-to-peer lending involves borrowing money from your peers, including other businesspeople and investors who are interested in relatively small financing amounts.
In a world of distraction, gamification as a marketing tool has proven to increase engagement.
By taking the time to establish a strong culture among your freelance workers, you will see more productivity and cohesion.
Scrappy entrepreneurs can still set up a beautiful office space.
'Survival of the fittest' is a term that applies well to the realm of digital marketing.
The right co-founder provides balance, not just expertise.
For first-time leaders, it's important to take a step back and ask yourself if what you're doing is really helping your team thrive.
The right mentor can open doors and help you rethink complex problems. And yes, you're going to need more than one.
When you shift from startup mode to growth mode, it's time to get more strategic about next steps.
Yes, even entrepreneurs get burned out -- especially if they're guilty of these bad habits.
The most successful entrepreneurs don't just own a business -- they are ambitious innovators with an appetite for smart risk.
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