Breather is a nationwide network of unique meeting spaces. Users can rent spaces by the hour, by the day, or even by the month. Breather spaces are equipped with wifi, secured access, and unique decor. Pricing varies by location, but we found that it was a much more affordable solution, by far, than any of the other locations we vetted nationwide.
5 Ways Middle Market Companies Can Kickstart Growth
What happens when your company stalls in its growth? What can you do to get it back on track? Research has identified 5 areas of improvement for companies that have stalled on their way to the middle market. Check out this great, quick read on kick starting growth for mid-market businesses. Here are a few key takeaways.
Instacart offers grocery delivery from major grocers nationwide. Offering a free 14-day trial, users can shop from the comfort of their home, office, subway (or anywhere, really), finding the best deals from their preferred grocery store.
Most markets have delivery within 1-2 hrs, or users can schedule delivery for specific times. For $9.99/month, users get unlimited, on-demand delivery, and save loads of time!
Small Business Tax Laws for 2020
There are some important deadlines to keep in mind:
- S-corps must file their business taxes by March 15.
- The deadline for 2020 tax returns is April 15.
- Quarterly estimated tax deadlines are due April 15, June 15, Sept. 15 and Jan. 15
Timy: Working on a flexible schedule is great, right? But what happens when you are working after hours and want to send a message in Slack without alerting your coworkers or clients right away?
Enter Timy, a Slack extension that allows you to schedule messages to go out when you want the recipient to receive it! It’s free, user-friendly, and a great way to get things done without blowing up your coworkers slack channel (until you want to). Check it out today!
As a remote workplace, we wanted to find a way to do a Secret Santa without being physically able to “draw a name”. Enter Elfster!!
Elfster is a unique gifting website that not only facilitates fun things like Secret Santa organization, but also has a shop that users can create “wish lists” from. It’s free, fun, and used by 17 million people worldwide. AND it’s not just for Christmas. Use for birthdays, anniversaries and any other special occasion for your organization or your family! Check Elfster out today!
Tips For Last-Minute Holiday Email Campaigns
How’s your inbox looking these days? I don’t know about you, but both my work and personal inboxes have been inundated with Holiday Email Campaigns from all over the place. Has your organization sent out their Holiday Email Campaign?
With Thanksgiving and Black Friday behind us, we are head-long into the Holiday Season! Haven’t sent a Holiday Email campaign yet? Fear not! Take a look at this quick read for tips on sending successful last-minute email campaign. Here are a few key takeaways:
- Conventional wisdom of email timing may not apply anymore
- Consider taking a different approach to your CTA’s during the holidays
- The length of your email campaign is especially important right now
- The best time to send your email is when no one else is emailing
Rescue Time With so many distractions and possibilities in your digital life, it's easy to get scattered.
Rescue Time helps to understand your daily habits so you can focus and be more productive. Once installed onto users computers and mobile devices, Rescue Time runs securely in the background and tracks user habits.
Rescue Time returns daily and weekly reports that reveal exactly how much time users spent online, in their inbox, and on apps. Users can set limits on the amount of time they want to spend on any app and Rescue Time will alert them when time is up. There is a free individual version, as well as paid small team and enterprise plans.
11 Tips for Female Entrepreneurs
Check out this quick read on tips for female entrepreneurs beating the odds. According to the National Association of Women Business Owners, today there are more than 11.6 million women-owned businesses in the U.S. Since 2007, the number of women-owned firms has grown at five times the national average, with 1,072 new women-owned firms starting every day.