Rebecca Jones 


A Guide to Hiring Freelancers

As a company, one aspect of concern is resource allocation. In terms of staffing, you must consider qualifications and training as well as weighing the importance of each department in the running of your business. A great way to save money without compromising on quality is to hire a freelancer or possibly a few freelancers. You can find freelancers for just about any task, … [Read more...]

Storage Solutions to Make Running Your Business Easier

As a business grows and scales, the need for better organization increases. Disorganized workplaces are inefficient and prone to loss. The cleaner, less cluttered, and more systematized a workplace is, the higher the levels of productivity and growth. With the barrage of papers, notebooks, and technical devices that inevitably come with any business, remote or not, it can be … [Read more...]

How to Run a Vineyard Resort

If you own a vineyard of your very own, you are very fortunate. Not only do you get to make your own wine, you are also given a lot of options for creating a business of your very own. One of the best types of businesses you could start is a vineyard resort. It is not only classy, but very profitable as well. Before you start on the project though, it is important that you … [Read more...]

The Top 5 Growing Industries In Raleigh

When it comes to the lifecycle of businesses, there are often multiple transfers of owners during the business lifetime. Acquisitions make sense in order to allow businesses to become more competitive, grow, and create better chances of longevity. If you are an investor in the Carolina area looking to acquire a new business to add to your portfolio, or if you are a business … [Read more...]

5 Creative Marketing Ideas to Use in 2021

Staying up-to-date with the latest marketing strategies can be a challenge in today’s dynamic and ever-changing business landscape. But there are creative and effective marketing solutions for brands that are striving to make an impact in their niche or industry. This can include starting an online blog or investing time in publishing Google My Business Posts. You can engage … [Read more...]

The Growing Business of Mental Health and Why Entrepreneurs Should Care

The COVID-19 pandemic set off a lot of alarm bells for mental health advocacy and how much of an impact our brain has on our physical well-being. Entrepreneurs may have looked over this sector in the past, but new business owners shouldn't ignore the growing business of mental health. So, grab the bull by the horns and start investing in the mental health sector. Decreased … [Read more...]

5 Tips For Creating An Employee Stock Option Plan

Running a startup business includes planning the operations, equipment and supplies sourcing, financing, and legalities. When your startup needs employees, you may find that you don't have enough capital to hire a single person into your business. While there are financing options, business owners may also run into requirement issues. So, instead of compensation, entrepreneurs … [Read more...]

What Should You Include in a Blog about Interior Design in Custom Homes?

An interior design blog should include various modern design trends that readers can incorporate in their custom homes. It should highlight ideas that they can add to their homes to make a great statement about their overall home décor. Guests in your blog need to know how to perfectly design their favorite rooms to their liking. Go the extra mile and show them ideas that are … [Read more...]

What You Need to Know before Opting for the Zero Split Real Estate Brokerage Model

Typically, real estate commissions are divided between the brokerage firms and the agents. But is it possible to keep 100% of your commissions as an agent? Yes, 100% commission or zero split real estate commission models aren’t just a dream. It is possible to keep all your commissions if you opt for this model and partner with the right brokerage firm. But is it the right … [Read more...]

Why Growing Companies Need to Grow Their Sales Teams Too

There’s a cautionary tale about growth that many business people will be familiar with. An entrepreneur launches a new company around an exciting new product, service, or app, and they’re an overnight success. People love it, interest is high, and it’s all the company can do to keep up with demand. So, they hire new staff, expand aggressively, and start to assume the growth … [Read more...]