Carts built to fit any business size, available for any business budget. If you’re not doing so already, capitalizing on an increasingly digitized consumer society should be a business priority if you plan to get, and stay, ahead. To make the most of the digital opportunity you will not only [...]
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If you’re running a bricks and mortar store, selling more items a day than you can mentally keep a handle on, and you’re not using a point of sale system, then I beg the question, why? You may think you don’t need it and are managing fine without it, but [...]Read more ›
Think there’s no technological innovation in the women’s undergarment retail space? Wrong. Three eCommerce startups are leading the way as they tackle the age-old problem of the perfect fitting bra. Think about it. At the very least, a woman wears a bra for 8-10 hours a day while at work. [...]Read more ›
Firmology’s Techweek Series profiles tech startups & companies, products and services that small businesses can leverage to innovate and grow their business. Learn more about Techweek 12 and some of the small business-centric featured speakers. One of the most satisfying feelings a small business owner experiences is selling their product or service. Unfortunately, this feeling [...]Read more ›
Groupon and hundreds of other deal-of-the-day coupon services have exploded in popularity the last two years, but while Groupon has been busy rejecting a $6 billion acquisition offer from Google and instead planning for a $25 billion IPO, small business owners have become increasingly frustrated with their experience running deals. [...]Read more ›
Ever wonder why the cost of eyeglasses is so high? Neil Blumenthal and Dave Gilboa wondered the same thing while brainstorming business ideas during the 1st year of their MBA program at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton Business School. The answer is that the industry is dominated by a few [...]Read more ›
One of the most frustrating and confusing steps of launching a business is navigating the treacherous waters of the online payments industry. The industry is notorious for high pressure sales tactics, sky-high merchant fees, confusing terms and ironclad contracts. I experienced this firsthand when launching an eCommerce site and is inevitable if [...]Read more ›