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How To Become a Zero Waste Small Business
Zero waste may be a term you have heard recently in the business world, but what does it really mean and what are the benefits for your business, your customers and the environment? In this article, we'll look into how small businesses can achieve zero waste and pave the way for a greener and more prosperous future.
How to Set Your Salon Apart From the Crowd
While the digital age has sucked many small businesses kicking and screaming into its vortex, it is the service industry that continues to boom. In particular, hair salons, seemingly unaffected by digitization, are still popping up across the country and the trend shows little sign of slowing. However, a booming industry also means booming competition, and there is no time to get complacent.
How to Expand Your Restaurant into a Food Truck
Some of the biggest brands have already got stuck into the food truck craze, including TGI Fridays, McDonald’s and In-N-Out Burger, but there has also been a revolution among entrepreneurs and small businesses. A food truck doesn’t have to mean greasy fast food or simple, cold snacks – more and more, savvy start-ups are
getting experimental with original, hip and gourmet offerings.