Four Long-Term Changes Businesses Will Have to Make Due to COVID-19

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The COVID-19 pandemic is resulting in lasting changes for businesses. Many companies have to alter how they operate long-term to keep customers—and employees—safe while staying competitive in this new normal. This task has implications for all functional departments and teams within businesses. You may—or...

Eight Tips to Increase Your Product Sales

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The 4 Strategic Shifts Small Businesses Need to Make to Position Themselves for Growth – Andy Goldstrom, Midcourse Advisors

On today's episode of the Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome Atlanta-based Andy Goldstrom. Andy is Managing Partner at Midcourse Advisors, where he helps companies grow profitably and fast. As a two-time Inc. 500 executive, Andy has led sales teams that compete efficiently and...

How the COVID-19 Pandemic Has Affected Small Business Overall – George Deeb

Today on the Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome back George Deeb, Managing Partner of Red Rocket Ventures and author of three entrepreneurial handbooks with over 300 lessons for startups and business owners. Today George talks about the landscape of small business now, resetting your...

Ten Tips to Help You Close Deals on the Phone

Even though we have tools like Skype and Zoom, the telephone still has a big part to play in business. The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to make conducting business over the phone or via video conferencing more common. For some salespeople, though, not having...

How to Plan to Rebuild Your Small Business After Coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated the global economy and left many small businesses struggling to survive. It may be some time before we get back to anywhere near to the pre-coronavirus levels of business activity. Even so, now is the time for small businesses...

Confronting the Shame of Selling During a Pandemic

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Nothing about the current pandemic is easy. There are tough decisions to be made, especially by those operating businesses at this time. Can a physical storefront remain open? Should it stay open? Is now the right time to be selling 'non-essential' or luxury products...

Build your Dream Team With These Networking and Recruiting Insights – Kyle Tothill, eHire

Recently, the ASBN team was on-location at the 2020 TAG Summit where host Jim Fitzpatrick spoke with Kyle Tothill, Co-founder of eHire. Tothill sheds a light on recruiting a high performing team for your business and provides insight on what to look for when...

Re-thinking Business Strategy in the Digital World

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Digital transformation for this new decade and beyond will be the key differentiating strategy that will separate adopters from their competitors. The pace of change in our ever-increasing digital world is now exponential.  Forward-thinking organizations recognize digital transformation as being a long-term investment in...

Why Your Personality is the Greatest Asset for Your Business – Dr. Lee Davenport, Author of “Profit with Your Personality”

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As an entrepreneur, your biggest asset in business is your personality. And once you begin to truly understand yourself, you’ll learn the right strategies to achieve your specific goals. We recently spoke to Dr. Lee Davenport, to find out more about using your personality...

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