Results Found: 32Wednesday, August 4, 2021
Every business owner wants to give the best service possible to their customers, but sometimes, we overlook how important customer service is as we get caught up in the tasks it takes to run our business. Customer service is more in-depth than small business owners think, and in this day and age, is changing and evolving constantly. Customer service can make or break a business—and your reputation is truly one of the most important pillars of your business’s success.
Gene MarksTuesday, August 3, 2021
BBB now accepting nominations for the annual Torch Award for Ethics
Katie Grevious, Communications Specialist at the Better Business Bureau Serving Western MichiganWednesday, July 21, 2021
Creating a small business website is essential for every modern firm that wants to remain relevant.
Anne Shaw, author at SmallBizAheadThursday, July 8, 2021
People With Disabilities Can Build a Bright Future in the Business World
Guest Blogger: Kelli BrewerTuesday, June 29, 2021
Allendale's Grand Marshals brothers, Don and Robert Sheridan were born and raised in Allendale, Michigan, serving in the military, serving their families, and their community.
Sarah SheppardWednesday, April 28, 2021
At the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, talent literally left the building. Many Michigan employers are now looking to rebuild their businesses but are reporting extreme difficulty in finding the employees they need. But what can be done?
Michigan Chamber of CommerceThursday, February 11, 2021
Although the need for physical distancing has made direct social interaction more difficult, there is still a great need for people to “come together” and support each other. Invest in your friendships, neighbors, and local businesses by intentionally applying or using your creative energy to think of new ways to support your community.
Allendale Chamber of CommerceWednesday, February 10, 2021
Business ownership might be next on your to-do list after serving in the military, but where to start? Whether this is your first foray into business or you’re returning to a niche or industry post-deployment, there’s a lot to know about launching a company in the current economic climate. Read on to learn about the best ventures for veterans and how to find resources to get your startup off the ground.
Guest Blogger: Kelli Brewer