As any bookstore owner who’s heard a customer say, “That’s okay, I’ll order it on Amazon,” when a book is out of stock can tell you – supply chain management can make or break a small business. Supply chain management is the flow of input materials, finished goods, or services, through your business. It’s particularly important for businesses that produce or carry physical inventory.
It can be difficult to attract talent during the start-up phase when you can’t necessarily offer the larger salaries and bonuses of a more-established company. Many start-ups turn to offering employee equity plans that increase the attractiveness of working for them. But there are downsides to diluting your equity and managing an equity plan.
If you’re a startup struggling to build the professional team you need to succeed, here are some of the pros and cons of launching an equity plan.
Webinars are more popular than ever, thanks to restrictions on in-person social gatherings. You may be planning on hosting a webinar for your own business or as an employee. Whatever the reason for your business webinar, there are some things you can do to ensure that it’s a success. Success would mean that you looked professional while hosting the webinar, that the webinar itself went off without a hitch and that others found the content useful. Here’s how to make that happen.