Tamara specializes in developing and executing on content strategies for SaaS, eCommerce, FinTech, and cybersecurity companies. Ex-Senior Content Marketing Manager at Shopify.
For entrepreneurs, motivation and discipline are two essential pillars of success. Though these two terms are often used interchangeably, they mean different things. So, when it comes to gearing yourself or your team up to work toward a specific goal, which one should you turn to?
Many business owners struggle to secure the initial funding needed to start or expand their companies. And for most small companies, securing timely funding from traditional sources is nearly impossible.
Luckily, today there are a number of funding sources available for businesses like yours. However, alternative financing may be less familiar, and accepting money from new avenues can feel daunting. But it doesn’t have to. If you’ve already trusted Shopify to power your business, you can trus...
In this article, we'll share eight ways you can use Shopify Capital to grow your small business in 2023. From investing in inventory to expanding into retail, we'll cover all the bases.
According to Accenture, social commerce sales reached $492 billion worldwide in 2021 and are forecasted to triple to $1.2 trillion by 2025. The market opportunity is vast for retailers willing to embrace a human-centric approach to online shopping that can strengthen consumer relationships.
Instagram live shopping allows consumers to purchase your products directly from one of their favorite social commerce platforms.
In today's workplace, employees want more than just a paycheck. Total compensation is important. But they also want to know that their employers value them and see a forward trajectory for their career path.
But what is career pathing? How is it different from a traditional corporate ladder? And how can employers and employees use it to their advantage?
Many successful people rely on mentors to help them reach the next level. Bill Gates seeks advice from Warren Buffett. Oprah Winfrey was mentored by Maya Angelou. And if you want to take it waaay back, Socrates mentored Plato, and Plato went on to mentor Aristotle.
So, whenever you feel unsure of your next move, seek out someone who has done it before to guide you.
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A LinkedIn study of C-level executives in the U.S. and the U.K. shows that 81% are changing their policies to offer greater workplace flexibility. Why? Offering flexibility in the workplace is no longer a perk only afforded to cutting-edge startups. It's now critical to a company's recruitment, satisfaction, and retention strategies.
In 1946, famed management professor and sociologist Peter Drucker penned the Concept of the Corporation. In it, he wrote that every business leader has two duties: “They are responsible and accountable for the performance of their institutions… They are responsible also, however, for the community as a whole.”
Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting is becoming more important as businesses make false ESG claims to increase their bottom lines. For example, the investment management arm of Bank of New York Mellon Corp was recently fined $1.5m by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) over its funds’ deceptive claims about using environmental and social criteria to pick stocks.
When that time comes, having someone experienced that you can turn to for guidance can be a game-changer. But when looking for someone to teach you their ways, should you opt for a coach or a mentor? What you end up deciding will depend on your personal and business needs. When that time comes, having someone experienced that you can turn to for guidance can be a game-changer. But when looking for someone to teach you their ways, should you opt for a coach or a mentor? What you end up deciding will depend on your personal and business needs.
People operations describes the business function and processes for managing and developing an organization's workforce. It is a people-centric approach that focuses on what people actually experience as employees within the company to improve their productivity, growth, and satisfaction.