Expert Perspective

Expert Perspective

Editorial features contributed by local experts in various entrepreneurial fields.

Columbus-based Boulevard Strategies has released its seventh annual "Top 10 List." The list −a collection of trends, insights, observations and musings regarding the retail industry in Central Ohio and beyond− is written with the help of many retail-related articles that pique Chris...
We're a Chamber of Commerce with about 2,000 members. We meet one-on-one with about 700 individual business owners/managers each year. From small businesses to Fortune 500 enterprise, the number one need they express to us is frustration over trying...
In early March, "The Washington Post" reported Secretary of State John Kerry's release of immediate aid to Egypt in an effort to boost economic development and inspire additional reform. Columbus-based inmobly, whose PAUL app The Metropreneur recently spotlighted, was born out of the...
At age 13, Jim Grote began working at a local pizzeria, where most of his days were spent slicing pepperoni by hand with a paring knife and making pizzas. Two years later he was managing the place, and the...
This article is part three in a twelve-part series on information security fundamentals for small and medium-sized businesses. In 1997, United Parcel Service launched a marketing campaign around moving at the speed of business. They keyed in on a truth...
With all the talk about crowdfunding, if you're an entrepreneur or small business owner, it's probably crossed your mind at least once that you might want to get in on this trend. How can you help it when two of...
This article is part two in a twelve-part series on information security fundamentals for small and medium-sized businesses. “Nothing ventured, nothing gained.” – Geoffrey Chaucer These words should be engraved about the front door to every business around the world. Considering...
This article is part four in a twelve-part series on information security fundamentals for small and medium-sized businesses. A television news station in Buffalo, New York used to open each newscast by asking its viewers a simple question: It's eleven o'clock....

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