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September rolls around, and suddenly there's an undeniable buzz in the air. September is back to school, it’s when new projects begin, and everyone seems to be caught up in a whirlwind of planning for the coming months. While this energy can be contagious, and not all bad, it's important not to get swept away in the September Buzz and lose sight of what truly matters.
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If you’ve been paying attention, you’ve seen Diversity and Inclusion initiatives are everywhere, and that’s for a good reason. Embracing diversity not only fosters a more inclusive work environment but also unlocks potential for creativity, collaboration, and success.
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In today's ever-evolving business landscape, diversity has emerged as a cornerstone of success. More and more businesses are choosing to self-identify as members of diverse communities, such as female-owned, young entrepreneurs, or business leaders who identify as a member of the LGBTQ+ community. This intentional self-identification is not just a statement but a strategic decision that can have profound benefits.
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In this era of consumerism, there's an alternative for every product, which means the customer must come first. Studies show repeat customers buy significantly more on their visits than first time customers and repeat customers are more likely to recommend your business to others. In our current economic climate, businesses should be focused on building strong, lasting relationships with customers.
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Introduction of Panelists: Katie Pope Co-owner of Motion Electrical Heating and Cooling, Fire Protection Jackie Fraser Co-owner of Fraberts Fresh Food Phil Greenway Vice President, Sales and Marketing at Stirling Marathon.
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May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time to focus on the importance of mental health in all aspects of our lives, including the workplace. Mental health has a significant impact on productivity, job satisfaction, and overall well-being. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression and anxiety cost the global economy an estimated $1 trillion each year in lost productivity. It's clear that mental health is not only a personal matter but also an economic concern.
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My name is Bill Longshaw and for many years I did all the photography for the chamber free of charge. 2014 was my year. (I forget what the theme was that year) With all the Awards of Excellence galas photos were taken of the winners in the foyer of the Fergus Grand Theatre which I was doing at the time.
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Plus, check out the new digital Love Local Gift Guide This holiday season, we are supporting shop local, but local businesses have a challenge as they take on national competitors. That’s why it takes a creative approach to capture more of the holiday dollars.
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Selfies are gaining in popularity among adults and businesses. Selfies are a way of showing customers and potential customers a “behind the scenes” look at your business. They also are an effective way of telling your business story. In addition to selfies, photo bombs can be lots of fun as they are extremely shareable content. Photo bombs start off as portraits, similar to selfies, but the person in the foreground is upstaged by what’s going on behind him/her.
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These days a lot of people are considering business ownership. Whether you buy into a franchise, start your own thing, or begin building an ecommerce website, doing it on your own has never been more accessible. Before you hang that open sign ensure you know the answers to the following questions.
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