As a seasonal business owner, you may find yourself asking these two important questions: How do you make the most of your busy season? How do you keep momentum moving forward in a slow market? Business owners are constantly...
Offering a 401(k) sends a message to your employees that you’re invested in their future. According to research from Guideline, about half of American families have no retirement savings. What’s more: Less than half of small businesses...
How do you help empower women-owned businesses? If you struggled to answer this question or can backdate your last involvement to March during Women’s History Month, it’s time to make a change by being the change....
Knowing when to add new talent can be difficult for any business, but especially small businesses. There’s usually a lot going on, and when employees wear many hats, it can be difficult to see where the...
Subscription boxes – we’ve all heard of them, and most of us have at least tried them, if not stuck with one or two in particular. While subscription boxes have been around for a while, their...
Happy Small Business Week to all of the awesome entrepreneurs out there! This week, we wanted to hear from small business owners like you about running a small business. We spoke with five entrepreneurs who work...
Welcome to Kabbage’s in-depth technology guide! This guide is approximately 10,000 words (or roughly 30 pages) and contains the information you need on why technology matters, tools for your small business, how to invest in technologies...
A well-managed company culture isn’t a given. It takes time and persistence to build upon the business’s core principles, values, mission and purpose. At Kabbage, everything we do is measured against our core values: Care deeply Inspire innovation Win Create...
It’s not enough to regularly update your blog. That’s a good first step for your small business, but it’s also necessary to make sure each post is easily readable. So, what does that mean exactly? Think of...
Your business information is everywhere on the internet. Whether you like it or not — and no matter if this info is correct or riddled with errors — you will find listings for your company on...