Published: jeffnala, date: October 8, 2015
Are you planning a charitable event? Are you hosting a special night for customers? Are you planning an out of the ordinary holiday campaign? Are you hosting a Candy Cane Lane or Children’s Choir event? Is your business participating in Small Business Saturday or Giving Tuesday? Whatever your plans may be your holiday press release needs to be written, edited, and sent out to media outlets.
Published: jeffnala, date: October 6, 2015
Small, medium, and multi-location businesses can prepare for the influx of shoppers who are looking for that unique gift with the help of this year’s holiday shopping trends courtesy of Valpak.
Published: jeffnala, date: September 29, 2015
September’s blogs have focused on charitable involvement for small, medium, and multi-location businesses. I recently learned a lesson about charitable involvement from our president Jeffrey Rosenthal and Kacky Kortenber. You must actively participate in the charity and be passionate about it’s mission. Business owners take your time when choosing a charity that will come to represent who you are as an individual and a member of the business community.
Published: jeffnala, date: September 24, 2015
Your business is the ideal place to promote good citizenship and volunteerism whether activities involve the entire team or encourage individuals to engage in the community. A Donor’s Bill of Rights guarantees that the charities and the business reap that rewards that come with helping people in the community.
Published: jeffnala, date: September 22, 2015
Employee volunteerism offers a tangible way for businesses to become more personally invested in tackling social problems, strengthen employee skills and morale, and cultivate a more positive and productive business environment. Together business owners, employees, and the community reap the benefits of employee volunteerism. The triangular effect of these advantages include: