How to Cut Costs Without Cutting Staff
2019’s Newest Feature for SuncoastNPI Members:
The Monday Morning Sip of Coffee
The Monday Morning Sip of Coffee series is a free educational offering by SuncoastNPI to its members that helps to build on one of the core tenets of the NPI: To have the ability to act as a Resource to your Clients, Customers, Friends & Family. This weekly educational content is comprised of a short, shareable video, as well as related articles to four key topics of entrepreneurship: Marketing, Sales, Operations, & Business Networking.
10 Networking Tips To Help You Make A Great First Impression At An Event
Having the right professional contacts can help you expand your business and open the door to new opportunities. One of the best ways to meet those contacts is by attending networking events. Whether you’re at an industry-specific conference or a general entrepreneur meetup, you’re sure to connect with people who can help you grow.
The trick to success is properly introducing yourself. You want to let the other person know what you and your business are all about, without coming across as self-promotional. …Learn More
40 Social Media Marketing Tips Every Marketer Needs To Know
Believe us, we get it.
It’s a fast-moving industry, and with so much to learn and do, it’s easy to feel like you’re falling behind.
That’s why we’ve pulled together this list of our top 40 social media marketing tips.
It’s your easily skimmable go-to guide that’s full of actionable advice you can implement right now. …Learn More
Whether you are a sales rookie or an experienced veteran, these 21 sales stats will knock your socks off and perhaps inspire you to improve the way you sell. Scroll to the bottom of the post to see the sales stats SlideShare. Enjoy and share! …Learn More
Current Economic News:
The US can solve its trade problems while relaunching the world economy
Pursuing one of American core national interests, the U.S. administration lost a multilateral dimension of its forceful quest to balance trade accounts.
Washington’s unassailable trade case against China, the European Union, its North American neighbors and Japan is fundamentally an issue of world economy. Reducing that case to bilateral quarrels robs America of a powerful negotiating advantage, and of the high moral ground of a world leader.
Most Economists See U.S. Recession by 2021, Survey Shows
More than three-quarters of business economists expect the U.S. to enter a recession by the end of 2021, though a majority still estimate the Federal Reserve will continue raising interest rates this year.
Ten percent saw a recession beginning this year, 42 percent project one next year, while 25 percent expect a contraction starting in 2021, according to a semiannual National Association for Business Economics survey released Monday. The rest expect a recession later than 2021 or expressed no opinion, the Jan. 30-Feb. 8 poll of nearly 300 members showed.