From a company with a “no office” policy, to a 90-year-old entrepreneur who reminds us that it’s never too late to start a business, here are links to some of the most popular small business tips shared during September on SmallBusiness.com.
An Inside Look at Automattic’s “No Office” Approach
An interview with Nick Bradbury, a serial business creator and telemanager on what it’s like to work at the radically “no office” approach software company, Automattic.
How Mentors Helped Vinyl Me, Please Spin Up Success
Vinyl Me, Please founders Matt Fiedler and Severan Johnson share how mentors help guide them to success.
Things to Follow Other Than Passion When Starting a Business
There are plenty of things that can lead you to start a business. Following your passion is just one of them. Here are others.
Our New Encore Entrepreneur Hero, the “Spicy” Earl Fultz, 90
At 90, Long Island “encore entrepreneur” Earl Fultz recently won a $25,000 grand prize in the Wells Fargo Works Project small business contest.
How Natural Gas Helps Lodge Lumber Saw Down Costs
In our series on “How it Helps Us,” SmallBusiness.com interviews a lumber business owner about his conversion to compressed natural gas (CNG) to fuel some of the company’s vehicles.
The Essential Elements for Telling Your Company’s Story
Telling your company’s story isn’t just a matter of cause and effect; there are several essential elements to making it have an impact on customers and clients.