So you’ve got an awesome idea for a new startup that will change the world and become the Uber of your industry. When it comes to your startup, the answer to “what’s in a name?” is “a whole heck of a lot!” Here are 5 steps to choosing a kickass company name.
Last Friday, a fire at a PG&E substation caused a major blackout to roll through San Francisco. With up to 90,000 customers without power at the height of the chaos, everything from public transit to hospital operating rooms ground to a halt. Many businesses closed, turning away valuable revenue for lack of power.
You’ve assembled an awesome team, designed a fabulous product, and even found some investors to back your efforts. That’s all great! But without customers, your whole startup concept falls apart. That sounds overwhelming, but don’t be alarmed. You can acquire your first customer in just three easy steps.
Getting funding for your startup is hard! You’ll need more than a great idea for investors to sit up and take notice. Follow these six tips for finding and securing business funding, and you’ll be launching the next chapter of your startup’s history in no time.
We’ve all had that one boss – you know the one. They’re the one we all remember as the kind of leader we don’t want to be. If you’re in a leadership role at your startup, here are four ways to be the other kind – a superboss, if you will.
Choosing a credit card processing partner for your business is a big deal. At 360 Payments, we want to help you make an informed decision – and help you evaluate your choice if you’ve already signed up with a provider! How many of these mistakes are you making?
EMV technology has been around for a few years now, but many retailers have been slow to adapt to the change. Delaying your transition to EMV technology is an unnecessary risk and sets you up to take the fall for fraud. Read on to learn why EMV compliance is a must for your business.
If you sell your goods and services online, you probably use some kind of ecommerce platform to handle your transactions. Regardless of which one you use, there are a few elements you’ll want to consider when setting it up. Here are five ways to delight your customers and keep them coming back again and again.