VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / October 13, 2020 / By mid-April, roughly a month after the World Health Organization had officially declared COVID19 a global pandemic, Amazon reportedly hired an additional 175,000 employees to help deliver on a surging demand of online orders. This employment boom indicates that, unlike other industries, the eCommerce industry did not experience economic pain as a result of the pandemic, but quite the opposite.
This increase in online ordering created both a packaging graveyard bursting with delivery materials and a massive influx in carbon emissions resulting from transporting goods from point A to B. TreeEra, an industry-leading Canadian based organization focused on sustainability through community-funded tree planting, is providing a simple solution to this complicated problem with their recently launched program 1:Tree. 1:Tree allows businesses and individuals the option and opportunity to plant a tree with each good or service sold, offsetting the
When you are starting a side hustle, one of the most important things you can do for your business is market. But marketing can get pretty out of control if not planned strategically. The first thing you need to do is make sure your marketing is synergistic with your sales plan.
Years ago, I worked for an ad agency in San Diego. Out of the blue someone called our office and asked to speak to the media buyer – which was me. I answered the call and it was a local plumber, who serviced commercial buildings and businesses. He wanted to know if we could create an ad for his business to shine on the side of building at night – because he saw this done in Las Vegas the weekend before and thought it was clever.
So I asked him, “This particular ad would only be seen during evening
At this point, you most likely know what you’d like your side hustle to be. You’ve narrowed down your niche, looked into the feasibility of it, set expectations with your loved ones and defined what systems need to be created. Now it’s time to look at the money.
Making money is thrilling when you start a side hustle. Generating a dollar out of thin air, instead of going into a job is exciting, and not always so easy. Here are a few things you will want to keep in mind when it comes to making money in your side hustle.
Define What You’re Selling
The first thing you need to do is define what you’re selling. Because you’ve already narrowed down your niche, you know who you will be serving – so now
A side hustle is defined as doing something on the side – which means that you’ll be juggling your other life responsibilities. So one of the best things you can do for yourself and your business is to automate, define systems and standard operations that can easily run without your constant attention. Any task that you repeat should be automated so that you can free up your time and attention. Anything that is vital to the health of the business needs to be systematized so that it can be repeated by others you may bring on down the road.
One of my favorite business books, “eMyth Revisited” by Michael Gerber is a fantastic book on why you need to create systems and how to do it successfully. He also details out the pitfalls and burnout that can occur by not creating systems. If you are a new entrepreneur, it’s hard
If you are starting a side hustle, chances are you are managing a lot of different things while doing so. Whether it’s a day job, your home life or your own procrastination. The majority of people who want to build a side hustle are doing so because they want to leave their 9-5, they need some extra cash to make ends meet or they’ve been furloughed due to a global pandemic. Whatever the reason – no business is built by a person who is doing absolutely nothing.
Time management is essential for any business owner, but can be somewhat tricky for someone starting up something on the side. Here are some things to keep in mind when you are starting up your side hustle with other responsibilities on your plate.
U.S. President Donald Trump participates in the first presidential debate against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden at the Health Education Campus of Case Western Reserve University on September 29, 2020 in Cleveland, Ohio. Win McNamee/Getty Images
President Donald Trump announced in a video this week that people shouldn’t let the coronavirus “dominate” them and that they shouldn’t be afraid of the virus. But when it came to having a virtual debate, he refused.
According to the president, the virtual format wouldn’t allow him to dominate the discussion. “They cut you off whenever they want,” he said during a Fox Business interview on Thursday.
The president refused to follow the debate rules in the first debate and instead talked over former Vice President Joe Biden so he couldn’t be heard. The Presidential Debate Commission said that if Trump was incapable of complying with the rules, they would cut his
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ATLANTA (PRWEB) October 02, 2020
The team at Six Consulting is proud to be a part of Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council (GMSDC) Business Opportunity Week 2020 and the special feature by the Atlanta Business Chronicle to support Georgia’s minority-owned businesses achieve success and growth and promote supplier diversity.
In their article, ‘Two companies, one mentoring match’, Atlanta Business Chronicle has profiled Six Consulting’s mentorship journey with the global packaging giant WestRock as part of the Georgia Mentor Protégé Connection program that is overseen by the GMSDC. Parth Patel, Chief Executive Officer and Sam Yehya, Chief Operating Officer discussed the opportunities and learnings over the year-long program. “It’s almost like a compressed MBA program for small businesses,” says Parth Patel.
As this pandemic continued to take its toll, many within business leadership ranks quickly opted for employee layoffs or ending hazard pay, while others prioritized wellbeing for employees and society. The online company culture and salary review website Glassdoor recently analyzed U.S. and U.K. employee reviews during the COVID-19 pandemic to rank CEOs based on their performance during the pandemic. The bottom line is that employees who felt as if they were cared for have responded most positively to their companies’ leadership.
Glassdoor ranked these CEOs based on reviews that were related to work-life balance, flexibility, remote work policies, health benefits, communication and leadership during this crisis. The reviews Glassdoor’s team analyzed were left by current and former employees from March to July 2020. The company’s staff mined CEO ratings, how employees reviewed senior leadership, and employees’ comments and reviews to build out this ranking. The industry-diverse list
Information Governance expert cites data-savvy consumers, regulatory fines, and revenue impacts as motivation for data ethics strategy—in a new article from Messaging Architects
HOBOKEN, N.J. (PRWEB) October 02, 2020
Messaging Architects, an eMazzanti Technologies Company and data compliance solution provider, discusses three factors that motivate enterprise business leaders to adopt data ethics business strategy in a new article on the Messaging Architects website.
The informative article first reviews the data ethics problem. The author then discusses data-savvy consumers, regulatory fines, and revenue impacts as factors that elevate data ethics to the level of business strategy. He concludes by listing several data ethics principles for readers to consider.
“Considering today’s data-savvy consumers, expanding data regulations and the revenue impacts of poor policy, a comprehensive data ethics strategy supported by robust data governance tools should not be optional,” stated Greg Smith, Vice President of Services Delivery at Messaging Architects.