Many businesses and agencies of all sizes have pivoted to working remotely. Even for seasoned remote workers, a new wave of challenges arise as clients and teammates shift to work from home.
For years, Shopify has embraced a hybrid model of both remote and in-office work. But in an effort to flatten the curve in respect to COVID-19 and continue building the future of commerce, Shopify went fully remote in March 2020 for the foreseeable future.
In this article, we share some of Shopify’s best remote work tips and strategies that you can leverage as your teams and clients go fully remote.
As a Shopify Partner, you already have some in-demand skills that you use in your business every day. Delivering an online workshop to existing and potential clients allows you to reach more people and share your expertise to demonstrate that you are a trusted partner who can help guide your clients. With your knowledge, they can learn new skills that will help them in their businesses.
In this article, we share some of the most important tools and strategies to consider as you build and launch your first—or next—online workshop.
COVID-19 is changing the way your clients run their businesses. With social distancing policies in place, many brick and mortar shops are shutting their doors and considering new ways of working. For many, this means transitioning to ecommerce.
In this article, we look at how you can help your clients survive and ultimately thrive in this new commerce reality. Here’s what to consider as you help move your clients' brick and mortar businesses online, fast.
No one, on any team, at any level of the organization, should be indispensable. Depending on who you talk to, that’s a controversial thought.
Don't get stuck in the tar pit of "indispensability." Read on to see what this means for your written communication skills.
Lyndon Johnson, founder of Comms.Bar, a niche public relations and marketing firm for entrepreneurs, shares surprising insights for small business owners about to launch their first digital marketing campaigns.
This piece originally appeared on Rogers Business Forum: https://businessforum.rogers.com/small-business/posts/digital-marketing-strategies-for-startups-4962525
Susan Preston is a multi-passionate entrepreneur and investor who founded Seraph Capital Forum, the first all-women’s angel investment group in the United States.
We sit down with Susan to discuss her fascination with entrepreneurs and new ideas, what motivated her to found an all-women’s angel investment group, and integrating angel investors as an organic part of the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Joanne Wilson is the co-founder of the Women’s Entrepreneur Festival, an angel investor, and prolific blogger (Gotham Gal). As one of the most seasoned Female Funders in the industry, she’s passionate about investing in women and their businesses.
In this interview, we sit down with Joanne to talk about her start in the angel investing and learn from some of her best investment strategies, from deal flow to her thesis. She tells us how to make a deal your own.
Client: Intact Insurance
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