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8 ways to help your restaurant customers feel safe during COVID-19.

By Ryan Gibbons on

Virtually overnight, the coronavirus brought the restaurant industry to its knees. As the weeks and months slowly trudge forward, restaurateurs have been forced to either become adaptable and nimble or risk shuttering their operations. If you feel as if your eatery is struggling, there is no time like the present to take as much control as possible over your future.

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4 ways to help your food truck survive winter.

By Jereme Sanborn on

Running a food truck during the sunny warmth of summer probably appeals to your romantic entrepreneurial tendencies. After all, what could be better than being your own boss and doing what you love while simultaneously being able to remain outdoors and away from the cubicle farm? Now that winter is here, what can you do to keep your truck humming and your attitude positive?

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How to keep up with consumer buying trends during the pandemic (infographic).

By Ryan Gibbons on

For retailers both large and small, it is challenging to remain solvent during these turbulent times. As the pandemic wreaks havoc with the behaviors and preferences of shoppers, sellers must adapt. Here are just some of the ways they are pivoting.

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5 reasons why cash could officially be gone post-pandemic.

By Ryan Gibbons on

Virtually overnight, COVID-19 radically changed every aspect of our lives. How people socialized, learned, dined, worked, and played were spun into a state of dizzying free fall, and no one is quite sure which changes will be temporary, and which will be permanent. There are compelling reasons why old-school bills and coins may become yet another casualty of the coronavirus.

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7 tips for managing a seasonal business.

By Jereme Sanborn on

By definition, a seasonal business only runs for a certain part of the year. Examples include fruit stands, landscaping firms, Halloween costume shops, and Christmas tree farms. Although many aspects of running a season business are similar to managing any other company, there are specific strategies that you can adopt that will pave the way for your success.

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8 ways the coronavirus has forever changed the way consumers shop.

By Ryan Gibbons on

The global pandemic has brought about large-scale upheaval in virtually every aspect of our lives, and consumer shopping behaviors are not immune. Even after the virus has gone the way of the 1918 Spanish Flu, it will likely continue to leave a lasting mark on how people purchase goods and services. Take a few minutes to consider the numerous ways COVID-19 has revolutionized shopping.

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Ensuring your workers and your customers are safe this holiday season.

By Ryan Gibbons on

The holidays are right around the corner. This usually means increased sales, more foot traffic, and busier stores. No matter the year, November and December call for you to have sound strategies in place to handle the increased demands of consumers. Of course, 2020 presents additional challenges given the COVID-19 situation, forcing business owners to be even more creative than in years past.

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Tips for cleaning your Smart Terminal.

By Joshua Griffin on
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Sending invoices with Payanywhere.

By Shaun Burke on

Stop chasing your customers for payments and start sending invoices from Payanywhere Inside. Invoices allow your customers to pay on their own time through a secure payments page instead of needing to make a phone call or visiting your place of business. They even have the option to set up autopay for recurring invoices!

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Offline Transactions: PayAnywhere Keeps Your Business Running at All Times

By Shaun Burke on

At PayAnywhere, we realize that business never stops. You are constantly working to grow and maximize your business. Operating at the speed of business is critical, and being able to continue to accept payments – even if the internet is down – can be the difference between your customer purchasing with you or going elsewhere.

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Manage Employees with PayAnywhere and Homebase

By Shaun Burke on

Now, new PayAnywhere merchants can save time on employment management with our new time clock and scheduling features. Our latest version integrates with Homebase, which helps thousands of businesses across the U.S. streamline workforce management via cloud-based software tools.

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Send an invoice with PayAnywhere

By Shaun Burke on

One of the latest updates to PayAnywhere brings a welcome addition to the PayAnywhere app and the Business section of PayAnywhere Inside. You can now easily create and send your customers an invoice. Here's how to do so:

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Business tips

8 ways to help your restaurant customers feel safe during COVID-19.

By Ryan Gibbons on

Virtually overnight, the coronavirus brought the restaurant industry to its knees. As the weeks and months slowly trudge forward, restaurateurs have been forced to either become adaptable and nimble or risk shuttering their operations. If you feel as if your eatery is struggling, there is no time like the present to take as much control as possible over your future.

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Business tips

4 ways to help your food truck survive winter.

By Jereme Sanborn on

Running a food truck during the sunny warmth of summer probably appeals to your romantic entrepreneurial tendencies. After all, what could be better than being your own boss and doing what you love while simultaneously being able to remain outdoors and away from the cubicle farm? Now that winter is here, what can you do to keep your truck humming and your attitude positive?

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Business tips

How to keep up with consumer buying trends during the pandemic (infographic).

By Ryan Gibbons on

For retailers both large and small, it is challenging to remain solvent during these turbulent times. As the pandemic wreaks havoc with the behaviors and preferences of shoppers, sellers must adapt. Here are just some of the ways they are pivoting.

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Business tips

5 reasons why cash could officially be gone post-pandemic.

By Ryan Gibbons on

Virtually overnight, COVID-19 radically changed every aspect of our lives. How people socialized, learned, dined, worked, and played were spun into a state of dizzying free fall, and no one is quite sure which changes will be temporary, and which will be permanent. There are compelling reasons why old-school bills and coins may become yet another casualty of the coronavirus.

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Business tips

7 tips for managing a seasonal business.

By Jereme Sanborn on

By definition, a seasonal business only runs for a certain part of the year. Examples include fruit stands, landscaping firms, Halloween costume shops, and Christmas tree farms. Although many aspects of running a season business are similar to managing any other company, there are specific strategies that you can adopt that will pave the way for your success.

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Business tips

8 ways the coronavirus has forever changed the way consumers shop.

By Ryan Gibbons on

The global pandemic has brought about large-scale upheaval in virtually every aspect of our lives, and consumer shopping behaviors are not immune. Even after the virus has gone the way of the 1918 Spanish Flu, it will likely continue to leave a lasting mark on how people purchase goods and services. Take a few minutes to consider the numerous ways COVID-19 has revolutionized shopping.