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Millennials’ spending power is expected to surpass that of Baby Boomers by 2018, but their buying habits are very different. Learn how to position your business to appeal to this lucrative market.
After a busy holiday season maintain the pace by selling to your neighbors in Canada and Mexico, the two largest markets for U.S. exports. You can take advantage of NAFTA to trade duty-free.
Expand your international sales and put the competition on notice with FedEx International MailService®. You can conveniently ship letters, catalogs, and products to more than 190 countries at surprisingly affordable prices.
As a small business owner, odds are you’ll employ or supervise millennials. To get the most productivity and loyalty from workers in their 20s and early 30s, be attuned to what makes them tick or ticked off.
Shipping large-volume freight without the big hurry? Take advantage of discount pricing for standby shipments that take up more than 10 linear feet of trailer space and weigh more than 4,000 lbs.
Not all offshore vendors are savvy international shippers. The new import shipping feature on FedEx Ship Manager® puts you in control and lets you select the shipping service level to match your needs.
Lucky you! FedEx has teamed up with Pharma IQ, an international community of Pharma professionals, to bring you an insightful seminar, “Gain a Competitive Edge: Answers to Your Top 3 Supply Chain Challenges.”
Pin to win. People referred to an online store from Pinterest spend an average of $50 — more than any other social media platform. The new “Buy it” button makes it easier convert browsers into buyers.
Read how a man with diverse interests and an entrepreneurial dream created an artisanal chocolate company worthy of Willy Wonka. And he started in his home kitchen with no formal culinary training.
U.S. business professionals attend more than 60 meetings a month. You can make meetings more productive, creative, and invigorating by switching up your meeting locations. These tips can help you get started.
We asked the experts for the best advice they’ve received. Whether it came from a grandparent, teacher, ancient philosopher, mentor, or colleague, this wisdom is road tested and user approved.
In honor of Entrepreneur Week, February 20-27, we asked some of today’s most successful small business owners, experts, and coaches what it takes to make it to the top.