Boeing 737 Max Boss Ousted

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Ed Clark was vice president and general manager of the 737 program, overseeing the Renton, Washington factory that produced the plane involved in the January Alaska Airlines blowout.

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A 2024 Supply Chain To-Do List

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The global economy is slowly recovering, but volatility remains a constant. Future-proofing supply chains to manage risk, boost real-time visibility, enhance sustainability, deploy AI effectively, and promote end-to-end collaboration is critical. Tick-tock…

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Top 3 China Picks for Future Weekly Gains

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The Chinese economy, showcasing remarkable resilience as evidenced by the better-than-expected GDP data for 2023, is anticipated to thrive in the future owing to stimulus measures implemented by Chinese authorities…

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Shopify vs Wix: What’s Best for Your Brand?

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Which vs. Shopify: Wix is the right website for you to start your ecommerce journey? Wait, let me try that again. Wix vs. Shopify: Which is the right website for you to start your ecommerce journey? You’ve crafted your perfect product. You’ve taken all the advice from Greta and the Start & Scale course, meticulously

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Video Creators Virtual Summit Day One Schedule

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Improve Your Video Creator Skills for Free We’re excited to announce the Videos Creators Virtual Summit on February 18 – 22, 2024. Registration is now open! February 18th – Day 1 Classes ▪9:00 Color Correction: An Intuitive Guide with Jeff Greenberg ▪10:00 Intro to After Effects for Video Editors with Kyle Hamrick ▪11:00 Organization for the Edit: Stop Drowning in […]

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Shopify vs WooCommerce: Which Is Better for Building Your Online Store?

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WooCommerce or Shopify: which platform is better for building your ecommerce store? When it comes to launching your online store, one of the most overwhelming moments can be choosing the right platform. All the forums and community discussions have different advice, you then have one friend who tells you that Shopify is the way to

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Shopify vs. Etsy: Pick an Online Store That Gives You More

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On the one hand, you want a platform that holds your hand throughout the setup process, making things as quick as possible with a professionally completed online storefront. On the other hand, you also want a platform that has plenty of opportunities for personalization, allowing you to fully embed your branding and tone of voice

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Scale Your Business without Fundraising

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So you’re making some sales and the days of bootstrapping from your walk-in closet are over. You’ve got a nice little team humming along, and maybe even a brick-and-mortar space. Perhaps you’re even further along the entrepreneurial journey. But something’s not right. When you look away from a project, it stalls or collapses. As you’re

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How to Set Up a Shopify Store in 8 Easy Steps

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It’s been decades since online sales went from a novelty to a major component to modern business success. Did you know Amazon launched in 1995? Sure, this was Bezos running a bookshop in his garage and not the space-loving multi-billionaire we know today, but still! A few years after Amazon hit the web, the ecommerce

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The Absolute Best Premium and Free Shopify Templates

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Imagine that you were opening a restaurant in your mid-size city. You gather dozens of beloved family recipes, purchase a great location near downtown, and even negotiate a deal on the required equipment like ovens and refrigerators. On opening day, you wait by the door with anticipation. But the crowds never arrive. Instead, you watch

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Video Creators Virtual Summit: Day 3 classes

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Ready for more lessons from the industry’s top Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects experts? After a very successful first and second day of the Video Creators Virtual Summit, Day 3 classes bring more valuable tips and tricks you shouldn’t miss, including those from our very own Rich Harrington and Andy Ford. Have fun improving […]

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How to Write a Sales Email That Converts in 2024

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Learning how to write a top-notch sales email isn’t easy. Recipients receive an average of 120 new emails every day, but they only choose to respond to about 25% of them. That statistic might discourage some senders, but only those who view the glass as half empty. 25% of emails are getting responses, and that

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The 10 Best Shopify Apps of 2024

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Setting up an ecommerce business is one thing, but turning it into a rip-roaring success is a whole other kettle of fish. Fortunately, Shopify has got you covered with a wide variety of apps that you can use to kickstart your business or take it to the next level. After all, the more successful your

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Shopify SEO Tools for Your New Store

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There’s a powerful intersection that occurs between a customer and a business. The customer has a distinct need, and they’re seeking a solution. As if guided by the gods of commerce, they encounter a business that doesn’t just have a solution—it offers the solution. It’s the ultimate win-win whenever customers and businesses connect in this

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State of venture investments in India

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Over 150 investors, including Singapore's sovereign fund Temasek and Malaysia's Khazanah, gathered at Mumbai's five-star Trident Oberoi hotel on a recent In wide-ranging interviews, Lightspeed partners examine right-sizing VC funds in India, spectrum of startup investing and the country's prospects in the global AI race.

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National Basketball Players Association unveils metaverse experience with MeetKai

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Are you looking to showcase your brand in front of the gaming industry’s top leaders? Learn more about GamesBeat Summit sponsorship opportunities here.  MeetKai and National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) are launching their metaverse experience ahead of the NBA All-Star Weekend. Los Angeles-based MeetKai joined forces with Think450, an innovation partner for the NBPA, to […]

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BigCommerce vs Shopify: Which Platform Is Better for Ecommerce Beginners?

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Visionary leaders are a special breed. You have undoubtedly faced untold challenges in your career, yet you continue to excel. Why? Because that’s what visionaries do. Given this “pressure leads to elevation” principle, it stands to reason that the same can happen if we pit 2 ecommerce platforms against each other. In this case, we’ll

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11 Proven Strategies to Increase Shopify Sales

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You’ve created your dream Shopify store. You’ve poured your heart and soul into product testing, and your products are on your website, accompanied by stunning imagery, well-crafted copy, and the ideal template for your brand. You sit back, proud of your achievements, excited to see what site visitors think. Only one small issue–there aren’t any.

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17 LinkedIn Tips and Tricks (You Probably Haven’t Heard Yet)

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LinkedIn might not have the loud swagger of Instagram or TikTok, but it’s a powerhouse platform ripe for lead generation, relationship forming, and career-building. However, LinkedIn isn’t very vocal when it releases new tools or solutions. Hidden behind the rarely updated user interface lies a treasure trove of data and opportunities—and most users have no

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How to Get Podcast Sponsors Before Airing an Episode

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Before I ever published a single episode of my podcast, I successfully sold over $8,000 in sponsorships. And by the end of my first year of podcasting, we secured over $30,000 in sponsorships for just 24 episodes. That’s $1,250 per episode. Not bad for a brand-new podcast no one had ever heard of. Probably a

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How Much Do YouTube Ads Cost? A Beginner’s Pricing Breakdown

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Why should you advertise your business on YouTube? Well, are you ready for some mind-blowing numbers? YouTube reports having over 2 billion monthly logged-in users across 80 languages in over 100 countries. YouTube is the second most popular social media network worldwide, coming in a close second behind Facebook. There’s a staggering amount of people

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Business Trademarks 101: Registering Names, Logos, and Phrases

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Need to know how to trademark a business but not sure where to start? You’ve come to the right place. We’ll walk you through absolutely everything you need to know to navigate the trademark process in the US. There’s a lot to cover, so let’s dive right in. Know what you want to trademark already?

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How to Use AI to Start a Business in 2024

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2023 will forever go down as the birth year of AI. Historians will look back at 2022 as 1 B.A. (before AI) and 2023 as the first year of the new digital era. Okay, so that might be a small exaggeration, but there is no denying the monumental impact AI has already had on everybody’s

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How to Start an Ecommerce Business

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It’s never been easier to start an ecommerce business. Thanks to increasing internet accessibility, growing online shopping trust, and more user-friendly tools, entrepreneurs can launch a successful ecommerce business in no time. That’s not an exaggeration, either. While we recommend you put a little more time and thought into your business before launch day, it’s

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Content Creator vs Influencer: What’s the Difference?

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The world of content creation and online influencing is rapidly changing. Gone are the days when we all turned our noses up at so-called “influencers,” often promoting pyramid schemes, dodgy deals, and fast-fashion copycats. Now, these very same influencers and creators are working with market-leading brands, and the numbers don’t lie. I mean, sure, you

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What Is a Content Creator? A Deep Dive Into This Evolving Industry

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Ever since the inception of social media, brands have searched for ways to capitalize on their popularity and use them to grow their reach and profits. However, in its early stages on Facebook (and possibly MySpace, but at this point, that era of the internet seems like a dystopian dream, so who really knows), brands

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Jessica Rolph Says Your Subscription Product Needs Purpose

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Foundr Magazine publishes in-depth interviews with the world’s greatest entrepreneurs. Our articles highlight key takeaways from each month’s issue. We talked with Jessica Rolph, founder of Lovevery and Happy Family, about building a subscription business from scratch. To read more, subscribe to the magazine. ————— Walk into any store that sells baby food and you’ll

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Strategy vs. Tactics: What’s the Difference & Why It Matters

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Strategy vs. tactics—what’s the difference? Many people might roll their eyes and wonder, “Does it even matter?” Yes, yes it does. Strategies and tactics play an important part in business goal-setting and getting things done. Use them correctly to create a bullet-proof business plan that guides your team to success rather than getting smooshed in

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How to Patent an Idea: A Step-by-Step Guide

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Imagine you have a true million-dollar idea. You know, a real world-changer. What would you do? Throw it on Shopify and start selling ASAP? Bury all evidence in the woods behind your house? You might want to protect your intellectual property by getting a US patent. The patent application process can be intimidating in its

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How to Write an Elevator Pitch That Investors Can’t Resist

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Want to learn how to write an elevator pitch that is effective and makes an impact? You have the learn the best. The story of the world’s most effective elevator pitch begins in 1983, when Return of the Jedi was dominating the box office and people couldn’t stop listening to Uptown Girl by Billy Joel.

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Business Ideas for Women Entrepreneurs in 2024

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More women are starting their own small businesses every day. Working women continue to face unique challenges, especially as small business owners, so what are the absolute best business ideas for women? Starting with the most profitable businesses, best online business ideas, low investment business ideas, and best side hustles, we’ve curated a list of

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Don’t Just Check the Box: Promote Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

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Creating a diverse and inclusive company culture is easier said than done. Many businesses, especially startups and small businesses, make it a priority but find it challenging to move the needle. If that sounds like your situation, don’t panic—you’re not alone. Fortunately, learning how to promote diversity and inclusion in your workplace isn’t rocket science.

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What Is the 80/20 Rule? A Guide to Saving Time and Money.

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Be honest: at some point, you’ve found yourself scratching your head and thinking: what is the 80/20 rule that everyone keeps talking about? No, it’s not a math question. And we’re not referring to the 80/20 celebrity diet that took Hollywood by storm in 2016. We’re talking about a life-changing principle that the world’s best

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11 Ecommerce Tips to Grow Your Brand in 2024

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If 2024 is the year for launching or going all-in on your ecommerce business, welcome to the family. In three years, global ecommerce retail sales are expected to grow by 56% to a whopping $8.1 trillion. As a result, ecommerce has become the premier space for innovative brands to start and grow their reach—that includes

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What Do You Learn in Business School? (Behind the Scenes Look)

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The Master of Business Administration (MBA) has been the most popular graduate degree in the United States over the last decade. Over 250,000 students around the world are currently enrolled in MBA programs. This trend (or a strong case of FOMO) probably has you wondering if you should go to business school. Once you’re down

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How Parker Ruttan Built a Behind-the-Scenes Broadcasting Instagram Hit

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The pings of the basketball and squeaks of shoes sliding on hardwood echoed throughout the massive rafters of the arena. Players mumbled to each other in layup lines while coaches made last-minute preparations on the bench. The PA system pounded hip-hop music into seats layered with cardboard cutouts of fans. The broadcasting staff were the

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10 Ways to Increase Brand Awareness without Increasing Your Budget

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Building an incredible startup with top-of-the-line products doesn’t guarantee you’ll be successful. It doesn’t even ensure you’ll make a sale. It’s a crowded business world out there, both online and in-person. Consumers can purchase over 600 million products on Amazon Marketplace, and in-person shoppers can buy approximately 120,000 different items at their local Walmart. With that

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TikTok to open in-app Election Centers for EU users to tackle disinformation risks

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TikTok will launch localized election resources in its app to reach users in each of the European Union's 27 Member States next month and direct them TikTok will launch localized election resources in its app to reach users in each of the European Union's 27 Member States next month and direct them towards “trusted information”, as part of its preparations to tackle disinformation risks related to regional elections this year. 

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Why Trinny Woodall Still Replies to Customer DMs

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Foundr Magazine publishes in-depth interviews with the world’s greatest entrepreneurs. Our articles highlight key takeaways from each month’s issue. We talked with Trinny Woodall about how she’s built a loyal community. To read more, subscribe to the magazine. ————— When Foundr CEO Nathan Chan first spoke with Trinny Woodall about launching her beauty brand, Trinny

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Great Valentine’s Day gifts for your favorite photographer

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Do you have a photographer in your life and are not sure what to get her or him? No problem, we’re here to help. Here’s some ideas for those of you who are scratching your head trying to figure out what to get. I’ve tried to choose gifts that would appeal to photographers no matter […]

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Namestorming: How to Choose a Brand Name in 20 Minutes or Less

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Apple, Uber, Starbucks, and Disney. All are iconic brand names that seem perfect in hindsight. But when the founders came up with these good brand names, was it a stroke of genius? Or is there a process for selecting memorable, catchy names that stand the test of time? For Gretta van Riel and other successful entrepreneurs,

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Amy Porterfield Wants You to Leave Your 9 to 5 Job

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Foundr Magazine publishes in-depth interviews with the world’s greatest entrepreneurs. Our articles highlight key takeaways from each month’s issue. We talked with Amy Porterfield about how to leave your nine-to-five job. To read more, subscribe to the magazine. ————— In 2023, Amy Porterfield published her first book, Two Weeks Notice: Find the Courage to Quit

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The Instagram Algorithm in 2024 (It’s Never Too Late to Grow)

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The Instagram algorithm is the gatekeeper to success on the platform. Master the algorithm, and you’ll unlock access to more followers and higher engagement. Ignore the algorithm, and your account could be doomed to obscurity—regardless of how good or wanted your content is. Instagram’s algorithms change from time to time, and we do our best

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Creative ways to use red and other Valentine colors

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Are you looking for some creative ideas to use traditional Valentine Day colors like red and pink? What about picking one and do a selective color couples shoot? The theme We actually went for a carnival jesters theme. In this instance, all the costumes are black and white, including the jester’s mask. But we really […]

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How to Build an Email List From the Ground Up (The Right Way)

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Email marketing isn’t dead—far from it. Google+: now that’s dead. While social media platforms have come and gone, and channels like cable TV and radio have ebbed and flowed, email has remained strong. Email is fast approaching its 60th birthday, and it’s not showing any signs of slowing down. But it’s easy to see why

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How to Find Investors That Will Fund Your Business

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Your idea is killer, now how do you find investors? Every business needs funding—some more than others. Many new small businesses are able to launch by bootstrapping, but sooner or later you might need capital to take your business to the next level. You may find yourself wondering how to find small business investors and

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Generating AI Images: How to Write AI Image Prompts Like a Pro

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After talking about AI prompts for written ecommerce brand content, let’s now take a look at how to come up with the best images with the help of our AI friends. Such visuals have become a game changer in the era of digital marketing and online content creation. AI-generated images can be used for various

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What Is Direct-to-Consumer? All You Need To Know

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It’s not 2014 anymore. One decade on, and now your mom is no longer berating you for purchasing clothes “on the line.” Instead, she’s got a brand new air fryer, shipped with next-day delivery from her new favorite store, Amazon. It’s 2024, and online shopping has never been bigger, taking a larger percentage of the

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Building a Subscription Business Model: How to Stand Out in a Saturated Market

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When circumstances are right, launching a subscription product can transform your businessl, but it can also take a lot of time, effort, and learning along the way. I should know, given that we launched our subscription product, foundr+, back in 2022. Creating a subscription product has totally changed how I think about business. And I

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Stop Making Slack Channels: Managing Remote Teams in 2024

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Remote work is here to stay. Yes, many businesses have forced employees to return to offices, but the workforce will never be the same. You can applaud (or blame) the pandemic to some extent for this movement, but the remote trend was already on the up and up before Covid-19. However, managing remote teams isn’t

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Revenue vs Profit: What’s the Difference and Why it Matters

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One thing that is true about any business, regardless of the industry, is that there is a ton of jargon to get your head around. I mean, even the term jargon can be quite confusing! A common terminology confusion you will come across early in your journey is revenue vs profit. The two terms are

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These Evergreen Products Can Stop Your Ecommerce Sales Roller Coaster

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When it comes to planning products you want to sell as part of your ecommerce brand, one of the top priorities alongside manufacturing and ease of access is the product’s demand consistency. It takes time and effort to get a product launched, so the last thing you need is to spend hours sourcing and marketing

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Cody Ko and Noel Miller Turned Comedy Into a Company

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Foundr Magazine publishes in-depth interviews with the world’s greatest entrepreneurs. Our articles highlight key takeaways from each month’s issue. We talked with Cody Ko and Noel Miller about evolving from content creators to business owners. To read more, download the magazine. ————— At 3am on a weeknight, Cody Ko and Noel Miller found themselves sitting

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White Label Trade Show Returns to New York

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In 2024, the White Label World Expo will be returning to the Javits Center in New York; focused on the practice of white-labeling products for eCommerce businesses, with showcases from over 200 speakers and 400 exhibitors. Across four theaters, a product sourcing trail, an E-Market Research Hub, and various other features, visitors will be able to learn from and network with countless fellow industry professionals.

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Annual Recurring Revenue: Calculate Your Subscription Revenue

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As business owners, revenue is one of our favorite words. We all love revenue. We love seeing it go up, we love saying it, and if you’re a copywriter like me, you also love writing it (as is the case with many French words.)! However, the best type of revenue for any business owner is

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LogiPharma Announces Speaker Lineup and Agenda for World’s Leading Life Sciences Supply Chain Event

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An industry-wide drive towards sustainability, an uncertain economic landscape, heightened geopolitical risks, and continued digital and drug/device innovations are creating new challenges and opportunities for pharma and med tech supply chain leaders. LogiPharma returns on 16 – 18th April 2024 in Lyon, France to address how to navigate this evolving landscape.

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How to Find Trending Products from a 5x Ecommerce Founder

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Success in ecommerce isn’t easy. I’ve had high highs and the lowest of lows. But after more than a decade in this industry, I learned it’s possible to be successful, so long as you have three elements nailed down. Marketing expertise and passion. A drive to become successful through consistent practice. Identifying trending products at

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LogiChem Announces Speaker Lineup and Agenda for World’s Leading Chemical Supply Chain Event

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In the face of market volatility, success hinges on a tri-fold approach. First, adapt workforce, systems, and resources to foster end-to-end supply chain connectivity, fostering agility and resilience. Secondly, recalibrate digitalization strategy, prioritizing cost-effective solutions for maximal business impact. Lastly, harness the power of master data integration throughout the supply chain, granting real-time visibility and risk mitigation, ensuring that business sails smoothly through turbulent waters.LogiChem returns from 12 – 14th March 2024 at the Postillion Hotel & Convention Centre WTC Rotterdam to elaborate on the tri-fold approach.

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How to Price a Product: The Definitive Answer

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We often talk about how to bring your product to market, how to set up the logistics, and how to promote it to your target audience. But we rarely discuss how you should price a product. Some believe that you should price a product as high as possible to get the biggest possible profit margins,

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Types of Consulting That Pay in 2024

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Are you searching for ways to utilize your years of expertise and experience in a particular subject without committing to a full-time contract with one company? Have you considered consulting? When many people hear the term “consulting,” they think of marketing consulting, but in truth, there are many different ways that you can consult in

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The metaverse is back. But let’s not call it the metaverse

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Are you looking to showcase your brand in front of the gaming industry’s top leaders? Learn more about GamesBeat Summit sponsorship opportunities here.  When Disney shut down its metaverse division on March 28, 2023, the end of the 50-person division was interpreted as doom for the metaverse, the over-hyped universe of virtual worlds that are […]

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These Founders Bought Back Their Business: Chris Savage and Brendan Schwartz of Wistia

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Foundr Magazine publishes in-depth interviews with the world’s greatest entrepreneurs. Our articles highlight key takeaways from each month’s issue. We talked with Chris Savage and Brendan Schwartz about buying back their business, Wistia, from investors. To read more, download this issue of the magazine for free. ————— “You shouldn’t be profitable.” That was the feedback

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Recession-Proof Businesses: Become downturn-immune with these ideas

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The world feels like it’s getting crazier every day. With new layoff announcements seemingly popping up every week and AI continuing to develop at an alarmingly impressive rate, it is unsurprising that many people are predicting that a recession is just around the corner (or already here). And in times of recession and economic instability,

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Jury awards Skillz $42.9M in patent infringement trial

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Are you looking to showcase your brand in front of the gaming industry’s top leaders? Learn more about GamesBeat Summit sponsorship opportunities here.  A jury has awarded Skillz a $42.9 million judgment in its patent infringement lawsuit against rival AviaGames. The jury found that Skillz provided a preponderance of evidence that AviaGames willfully infringed one […]

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This Founder Believes Entrepreneurship is a Spiritual Practice

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The first time we spoke to Mona Fang in 2021, she was an undergraduate at the University of Illinois studying aerospace engineering. She was also building her first business, Karma Trade. Within 24 months, Fang dropped out of school, moved twice across the country, traveled worldwide, and started a new business called Omniio. So what

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Crafting the Perfect Product Prototype Might Be Easier Than You Think

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So, you’ve got the perfect product idea in your head. You’re confident that it will solve all of your target audience’s problems, and the profit margins are more than viable. You need investment to get your idea off the ground, but you are finding it difficult to articulate the function of your product and failing

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How Ed Mylett Built a Career Through Caring

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Just the other day, Ed Mylett stepped into an Uber with his wife and did something unexpected, at least for the driver: He asked the driver to tell his story. The driver was a refugee from Lebanon with three children at Harvard, Yale, and Stanford. And in the three years he’d been driving, no one

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Create the Best Founding Team for Your Business

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There’s an art to creating the perfect founding team. A startup can have all the potential in the world, but nothing can derail things faster than its “people problems.” In a study about startup performance, venture capitalists attribute 65% of company failures to problems within the startup’s management team. Make no mistake, more than anything

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Good Luck Keeping Up with Cam Kirk 

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Atlanta-based photographer, entrepreneur, and community builder Cam Kirk could be highly successful just doing his own thing, shooting for brands such as Coca-Cola, Nike, Airbnb, American Express, NBA, and Puma, and taking portraits of hip hop artists (from Megan Thee Stallion to “young icon” Luh Tyler). But Kirk is doing it differently. Authentically. Successfully. And at scale.

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What Is a Media Kit: How to Make One in 2024 (With Examples)

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Media kits are a non-negotiable element of any brand. Want to see your business featured on CNN, TechCrunch, or Forbes? Who doesn’t? To make it happen, you’ll need a top-notch media kit. Don’t worry—you don’t need to hire a public relations (PR) specialist or a graphic designer. You can make a media kit all on

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Better Productivity in Supply Chains during the Christmas Season

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The holiday season is here, and businesses are working to provide the best customer experience through optimizing their supply chains. Here’s how you can meet demand and maximize profit during the busiest time of year. Planning Ahead Getting ahead of the game is vital in managing your supply chain over the holiday season. Some Black

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The Final Wrap-up of this year – the ATSC Awards 2023

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It's that time of year again for recaps, and the All Things Supply Chain blog has traditionally joined in this positive habit. Perhaps it will come as no surprise to regular readers of the blog that we have once again managed to expand our readership in 2023. Thank you to all readers for the trust

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Challenges of EVs and Battery Operation in the Supply Chain

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The supply chain is undergoing a sustainability revolution. Organizations conscious of their green credentials are investing in electrification to reduce their carbon emissions. Electric vehicles (EVs) play a vital role in transitioning from fossil fuels to clean energy because e-mobility will change how people and goods reach their destinations. How does the supply chain leverage

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Apple says it’ll show its GenAI efforts ‘later this year’

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Apple has tossed another crumb to investors wondering when the world will get to see some 'Made in Cupertino' GenAI: Expect Apple to reveal what it's been Apple has tossed another crumb to investors wondering when we'll get to see some 'Made in Cupertino' GenAI: Expect Apple to reveal what it's been working on in this buzzy slice of artificial intelligence “later this year”…

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Hire mindset over skill set

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Upskilling is more than just a remedy for skill shortages. It is a strategic long-term investment and will help cultivate a dynamic, adaptable workforce.

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EU’s AI Act passes last big hurdle on the way to adoption

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The European Union's AI Act, a risk-based plan for regulating applications of artificial intelligence, has passed what looks to be the final big hurdle The European Union's AI Act, a risk-based plan for regulating applications of artificial intelligence, has today passed what looked to be the final possible hurdle standing in the way of adoption…

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