Brooke Chaplan 


5 Ways Business Owners Can Prevent Work Injuries

Many business owners and employees are concerned about preventing illness during the pandemic, but there are other health hazards that can affect your operation as well. Injuries caused by overwork, poor lighting, dangerous worksites, and lack of oversight can cost you in the long run and cause severe damage to employees. With this in mind, business owners must take adequate … [Read more...]

How Businesses in the Industrial Sector Can Save on Energy Costs

Larger businesses can often handle heavy overhead costs, but small businesses need be careful about their energy and utilities costs. This is especially true for businesses operating in the industrial sector. Heating, energy, electricity, and other utilities can come with heavy costs, so it is vitally important for business owners to learn how to cut costs wherever they can. … [Read more...]

How IT Consulting Can Benefit Businesses

As technology keeps improving and expanding at breakneck speeds, businesses often have to run to catch up. Technology can make or break a business, so if you want your business to grow, it’s important to implement technology in a variety of ways. The only downside to using new technology is that you may come across issues with the technology that require assistance. To help … [Read more...]

How Business Owners Can Budget for Property Repairs

As a business owner, you have a lot of responsibilities on your plate. From supervising your employees to paying attention to your budget, there are many things you’ll need to handle to be successful in your chosen industry. One thing that can fall by the wayside when it comes to budgeting is property maintenance and repairs, especially if the business owner doesn’t work on the … [Read more...]

5 Ways Small Businesses Can Improve Remote Customer Outreach

When you’re operating a small business, you might assume that your outreach is going to be limited based on the size of your business; however, there are more ways than ever for small businesses to reach customers, even if they never step foot inside your brick-and-mortar location. These are five things small businesses can do to improve their remote customer outreach. Social … [Read more...]

4 Reasons Why Businesses Should Start Utilizing AI

With big businesses like Apple are already paving the way for using AI in their products and services, many other companies have yet to hop on this tech trend. From cutting costs and improving decision-making, to optimizing customer interactions and handling data mining, Artificial Intelligence can improve many aspects of your business. Now is the time to begin implementing … [Read more...]

4 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Improve Their IT Administration

One of the major things that can make or break a company is the efficiency and reliability of their IT administration. IT keeps your company running smoothly, so when your IT administration is operating effectively, your company’s productivity and efficiency is boosted. Because of this fact, you should look for ways to improve this department and to empower your team. Below are … [Read more...]

4 Things Small Business Owners Should Know About Relocation

Moving your small business is challenging, regardless of if you are staying in-town or relocating your company to another state. However, with the proper plan in place, you can move without all the hassle or significant setbacks. There are many things you can do to ensure a smooth relocation process and several strategies that help reduce stress on you and your employees. Here … [Read more...]

Top Investing Tips for Businesses in 2020

As a business owner, parting with hard-earned capital can be quite difficult, even when you’re parting with it to make an investment. Investments, therefore, should be carefully considered to ensure they can provide a good return and help your business grow. As 2020 begins, it makes a great time to re-evaluate how you invest to determine if there are any deficiencies. To help … [Read more...]

How to Compete for Talent as a Small Business

Competing for talent can be challenging when you’re a small business employer. A larger business may be able to offer more appealing incentives to the labor pool; however, small businesses have unique offerings in flexibility, company culture, and passion that can help them compete for talent. Here are some of the strategies that you can use in order to compete for talent as a … [Read more...]