As the mobile payment industry continues to grow, small businesses of all industries need to get on board and upgrade their credit card machines. A deadline has now been set in place. As of October 1, 2015, any small businesses that are not EMV card reader accessible are prone to fraud and loss of sales.
Hanging out in the metro Detroit area this weekend? Stop by Twist in Ferndale, MI and have some fun at the Start Up Season 2 Premiere Party Friday, Oct. 17.
The event kicks off at 8 p.m. with live music, cocktails and the airing of the first episode. The event is free and open to the public. You can register your spot, if you'd like, by clicking here. PayAnywhere is a proud sponsor of season 2 and will have many exciting things for you to watch throughout the show's airing on PBS. So, get dressed up and ready to rub elbows with the stars of Start Up.
Do you want a successful business? Not one that just gets by at the end of the month, but the kind that thrives in every aspect and is a benefit to everyone involved. The following are several key factors that can turn your mediocre, surviving business into one whose overall environment overflows with heart, value, and promise.
To get attention online, companies must aim for likes, tweets, and views. Brand value is now measured by audience and engagement, particularly on social networks. Companies must develop strategies to attract the audience to its content on social media and blogs.
While many small businesses have their websites built by local developers or agencies, some work to do it themselves. Designers and developers are not inexpensive, and the cost is significantly higher than learning a programming language in order to build the website oneself.