Food trucks are on the rise now more than ever. With an annual growth of just over 9 percent, how can you succeed in an industry where 25 percent fail in their first year and 60 percent in their first three years? In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about how to do exactly that. Here are a couple tips to keep your food truck in business:
Whether it’s a party tent rental company or an ice cream shop, you’re going to need seasonal employees and a way to manage your business sustainably. Between the training and the tough off-season, here’s some tips to make that process much smoother:
Workplace perks are wanted by employees. Nearly 57 percent of people say that benefits and perks are among their top considerations in accepting a job, and more employers are increasing their offerings in an effort to attract and retain top talent. Although many perks and activities work better at larger companies, as a small business owner you may decide to try implementing one or two into your business - in addition to vacation time allowed. Alternatively, you may choose to work with fellow small business owners in your area, like gyms, restaurants and oil change shops, to provide discounted products and services for your employees. Doing so is a win-win situation for all involved. Below are some of the top workplace perks that business owners provide to their employees:
Most businesses have busy periods and down times throughout the year, but for seasonal businesses, those periods are even more pronounced. As an owner of a seasonal business, you know all too well how the quiet of winter can quickly ramp up to a flurry of activity as your busy season draws near. With the weather getting warmer and landscapers, ice cream shops, mini golf courses and similar businesses going back to work, the following tips from PayAnywhere will help make the transition from off season to ON, seamless and profitable:
So you’ve heard of Snapchat, but you don’t know what it is or how to use it for your business? Well, you’ve come to the right place and congratulations! You’re ahead of the curve on almost every other small business out there when it comes to creating a social media presence. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at what Snapchat is, if it’s right for your business and how to get started.