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  • The 10 Best Gym Management Software Systems for Your Fitness Business in 2020

    Fitness Business managers/owners have many reasons to wonder if it would be a smart idea to upgrade the gym management software currently use. Or maybe, a personal trainer or yoga studio was previously managed with a pad & pen, but is now in need of something more cutting-edge to accommodate its business’ recent growth? Fitness is […]

  • Universal Basic Income For Dummies

    Andrew Yang is the first Presidential candidate in history to seriously propose a Universal Basic Income (UBI) for all Americans. So what’s all the fuss about? Proponents argue primarily for four points: 1) It’s a way of leveling the playing field a little bit and dealing with the growing wealth disparity between the rich and […]

  • The 20 Best Online Businesses to Start in 2020

    Working from home is a huge perk for many people, but what are the best online business to start today? Sometimes, a person is a stay-at-home parent who wants to earn money for his or her family on the side. Other times, a person just enjoys the convenience of working from home. One way to […]

  • 10 Ways Social Media is Changing Advertising

    10 Ways Social Media is Changing Advertising Social media is more widespread now than it has ever been and it just makes sense the corporations are getting interested and more involved. Businesses see this as a way to keep better tabs on their target market, engage with potential customers, and more. You can learn about […]

  • Seasonal Products Boost Sales

    10 Ways Seasonal Products Boost Sales

    This year, the rumbling of pumpkin spice barreling into stores nears you came a little early. Even the (in)famous PSL made its annual debut on August 28th instead of the usual September first. It’s unlikely that Peter Dukes knew that he was going to change the world when he invented the Pumpkin Spice Latte 15 […]

  • Big Companies Killed By One Mistake

    10 Big Companies Killed By One Mistake

    Business truly is a dog eat dog world. If one company can’t execute itself well, another one will quickly pop up and take its place and its profits. That is an extremely stressful prospect, so many businesses go through very careful planning to make sure that they can remain afloat and rise to the top. […]

  • 10 Times Movies Depicted Big Businesses As The Villain

    As pop culture shifts with time, it becomes harder to make compelling villains and to ensure that the audience can feel with the protagonist. Because of that, combined with the economic changes over the last decade, big business has become a more prominent ‘bad guy’ in a lot of films. In this list, you can […]

  • Ten Ways AI Drives the Future of Big Business

    Artificial intelligence at its core is intelligence demonstrated by machines. AI first surfaced as an academic discipline in 1956 and has made leaps and bounds since then. The AI that we’re most exposed to today is what’s considered narrow AI. Narrow AI is designed to perform a narrow task such as only driving a car […]

  • Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Google

    Google has simplified the lives of people around the world since 1998; it has done this so effectively that it’s easily one of the largest companies in the world. Google is a leader in innovation, and it is responsible for well over 100 products and services to date that people use and rely on every […]

  • Dirty Money: 10 Ways That Landscaping Companies Stay In the Black

    Landscaping is an incredibly profitable business, but most people seem to think of it as seasonal. However, there is a lot less seasonality to this business than you would think. There are plenty of things that landscaping companies do in the off-season (and throughout the year!) that make them as profitable as they are. You […]