At Lendistry, every month is Women’s Small Business Month, but nationally the month of October is dedicated to female entrepreneurs.
Drip email, or “drip marketing” is an email-based method of staying “top-of-mind” without driving customers away with too much communication.
Here are some tried and true tips to simplify your business travel routine and save yourself steps.
Helping homeless animals isn’t just the right thing to do--it’s great for generating goodwill and increasing morale on your team.
Fairs and carnivals are high energy and, more importantly, high foot traffic events. A great opportunity for small businesses!
These tips will help you get the best experience possible out of your day on golfing with clients.
Outdoor corporate gatherings are a great way to get out of the office and deepen your engagements with current and potential clients.
Today’s consumer is more concerned than ever with being environmentally-friendly and free of harmful chemicals.
A mobile business is a fun and functional way to take an online business, or business that isn’t quite ready for a traditional space, out into the world.
Summer camps are becoming more and more individualized and unique as businesses and organizations find ways to appeal to potential campers in their niche markets.
If you want to go into business for yourself, but you don’t want entrepreneurship to be a 24/7/365 hustle, a seasonal business is a great way to get the best of both worlds.
Deep work is the ability to focus completely on a high-value task without distraction for a long period of time. And it's harder and rarer than you think.
Studies have shown that the sunshine and bright colors of summer have a positive effect on mood. It’s pretty obvious why.
Video marketing is now an expectation and a best practice. Luckily, any business owner with a smartphone or tablet can get in on this trend.
Using personal funds to finance your business may seem attractive to entrepreneurs, but do the benefits outweigh the risks?