Hotels and motels have a service model centralized around providing a clean bed and a safe and hospitable living space. When that service promise is compromised, their business and reputation is at stake. Bed bugs, while small in stature, can leave a lasting impression upon a guest and can bring about a costly claim, affecting…

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The number of businesses being run out of the household has skyrocketed over the past decade. In fact, recent statistics from Women for Hire indicate that a new home-based business starts every 11 seconds. Home-based businesses typically begin as hobbies that eventually transition into income opportunities. Some of these home-based businesses include photographers, costume jewelry…

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From the luxury high rises of New York City to the seasonal condominium units in sunny Florida, residential condominiums dominate many areas of the U.S. The New York Times called 2015 the “Year of the Condo in New York City,” estimating at least 6,500 new condominium units across more than 100 buildings in that year…

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Five webinars with two thousand attendees in six months! That’s a lot of people interested in developing skills such as communication, writing and effective presentations. In our fast-paced, technological world, people skills (often referred to as “soft skills”) that are so critical to professional and personal growth are lacking and are in high demand. That’s…

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Fundraising. Fundraising. Fundraising. A critical component to every nonprofit organization’s mission is ensuring both their short and long-term financial stability. With increasing competition for donor funds and changes in government grant programs, nonprofits are constantly looking for new ways to fund their operations and secure their financial futures. Online and mobile giving is a new…

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