Category Archives: Youroffice

Small Business Owners Share How They Plan to Innovate in 2015

Small business owners are often some of the most innovative entrepreneurs. This is a necessity; small businesses have to be innovative to compete with larger companies and stay on top of ever-shifting market dynamics. But there’s also something about small business owners that is conducive to innovation. Small business owners tend to be courageous, confident, curious people who are eager […]

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Will 2015 be the year that small biz rebounds?

This year, small businesses had a much more difficult recession than the rest of the economy. The overall level of payroll employment (including government) fell 6.3 percent from the peak before the recession to the trough, while payrolls for small business (1 to 19 employees) fell by 7.0 percent. Total payroll employment has surpassed the previous peak, but small business […]

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“CoWork” – A New Reality Show That’s Anything but ‘Business as Usual’

With the US economy still recovering from the recession, there are more freelancers, entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses than ever before. One of the ways these non-traditional workers have managed to survive is through coworking. With coworking, many different people share the same work environment although they work independently and are not employed by the same organization. It has proven […]

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Charities Learning Importance of Funding via Social Media

A recent survey commissioned by the American Red Cross suggests that social media may be the new frontier for fundraising.   As many charities churn through their crucial holiday fund drives, the Red Cross announced the results of the survey that found 7 in 10 social media users are giving to nonprofits, both online and offline. The online survey of […]

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