Marvin Carolina, Jr. recently participated on a panel sponsored by the Kansas City Business Journal called, “Diversity and Inclusion: Diversity as a Competitive Advantage at CBIZ MHM Headquarters in Kansas City. During the panel Diversity and Inclusion Executives shared workplace insights with a packed audience. The following is a repost of the article from Elise Reuter with the Kansas City Business Journal on the event. You can view the original…
Business continues to evolve, and to succeed in the market, you have to evolve, too. Marvin Carolina Jr. shares why it’s important to innovate swiftly.
Is there a recipe for success? Marvin Carolina Jr. shares the 3 qualities of a growing business with his insights on small business development.
Marvin Carolina Jr will be a featured panelist on the upcoming CEO Roundtable “Unleash the Full Potential of Your Business 2016” featured during the Texas Black Expo in Houston, TX on January 12, 2016 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX. To register and more information, visit the Texas Black Expo Website.
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Harnessing the latest technology is crucial for small business productivity. Most software and hardware have come way down in price.
If you’re like the vast majority of small-business owners, you’re in business to make money. Nothing wrong with that. I’ve found, though, that lots of small-business owners — who claim they want to make money — don’t understand how to make money. So let’s talk revenue, profit and profit margin. Revenue is income received from making a sale. While it gives an indication of how much business you’re doing, I…
You should think highly of your business, but realize there are always areas and processes you can improve. More importantly, what really matters is not what you think: What matters is what your customers think.