There’s an idiom in American business that the customer is always right. It makes sense in theory – after all, your customers are the ones who pay the bills.
What makes an employee quit? Often, it’s because they feel unappreciated, unnoticed, and unrewarded for their efforts. In fact, 79% of surveyed employees who left a job said lack of
“My employees don’t care about the business like I do. So why should I go out of my way to care about my employees?” As an employer, it’s easy to
Word around the water cooler is that at least three of your employees are sending out their resumes to other companies. Two of your customer service reps are currently at
So you’re thinking about growing your company by expanding overseas. After all, over 50% of iPhones are sold in Japan, almost 30% of Louis Vuiton Moët Hennessy’s sales come from Asia,
Up & Up. Equate. Wholesome Pantry. Shoprite. Private labels. They’re staples at most supermarkets and big-box stores. In fact, you’ve probably bought dozens of different private label products in the
Imagine that there’s a new pizza shop in town with a unique promise: you only have to pay for the pizza if you actually enjoy it. In fact, they’ll make
Walmart. Coke. Amazon. When you read the name of each of these brands, you associate them with specific ideas. Walmart is cheap. Coke is refreshing. Amazon is fast and easy.
You’re ready to release the perfect product to market, but you’re stuck with one last decision: pricing. Should you price low or high? Base it upon production costs? Or benchmark
Imagine that your company was approached by an advertising firm willing to tackle a large share of your marketing needs. Their fee? Nothing. That’s essentially what user-generated content is. User-generated
From Twitter wars to flash mobs, modern marketing seems to be so, well, modern. But marketing practices actually have a fascinating history, one that has changed dramatically over time, due
Shoot a monkey out of a cannon carrying your latest ad! Walk a tightrope across Niagara Falls blindfolded! Drop hundred-dollar-bills over the crowds in Times Square! On the one hand,