The census count determines how billions of dollars of funding are allocated to local businesses – our businesses, and the infrastructure our employees depend upon to channel their unique talents and skills that fuel the U.S. economy.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced New Commitments to Further Black Entrepreneurship in New York City based on our report and recommendations.
In addition to understanding where we have come from, future planning requires innovation, strategic planning, and downright grit. Veterans are bred to thrive in that environment.
Cultures are not fixed; they undergo transformations and changes over time. Changes brought about by these troubled times have created an impact on our businesses and professional lives, not just our personal lives.
We are all working to figure out who we need to be to thrive in the future. What is needed is a frame of reference to evaluate the range of capabilities that will lead to success in the future.
Nobody could have anticipated what is happening in these times of fear and anxiety. On the bright side, however, these times might also give us the opportunity to reset and innovate.
Businesses whose growth has stalled often ask, “How do we start a new business development initiative?” The answer is new business development.
If you write the history of what you did to get to the post pandemic future, there are many things you cannot be certain of today. You can be certain that that future will NOT be like the past.
During this COVID-19 crisis, it’s critical that you develop a clear plan to communicate with your existing customers and those customers you are cultivating
Is your business caught up in today’s market environment? Are you trying to stay ahead by incremental product improvement? There are 4 questions you should be asking about your future growth.