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Financial inaccessibility is still a huge issue in the higher-education space. MBAs can set people back five or six figures, and they're usually only available to people with some prior knowledge of business or management. That not only excludes creative entrepreneurs, but also widens the knowledge gap between them and other business owners. So, creatives are starting to take matters into their own hands.Read issue
A recent report puts spending via conversational commerce at $290 billion in 2025, up from $41 billion this year. That’s 590% growth over four years.Read issue
Ever been 35 minutes into an hour-long Zoom with 12 colleagues when you realize half of you haven’t said a thing and start to question why you were even invited in the first place?Read issue
A weekly email explaining the relevance of one essential business concept to growing your business – featuring key terms, perspectives and useful tools.
The aim of onboarding is to help employees assimilate into your company's culture and team as quickly as possible, while giving them all the critical info they need to perform their role. Naturally, a solid onboarding process requires a considered and often bespoke plan of action – something that's possible even for small businesses that don't have fully fledged HR departments.Read issue
Got a never-ending to-do list? Well, priority management helps you apply yourself to where it really matters – and figures out the truly valuable tasks that have the biggest impact.Read issue
Once you‘ve created a pitch deck, it’s time to work on the verbal side of things – and that means practice, practice and then just a little more practice. The aim is to correct inaccuracies and inconsistencies, cut out the fluff and make sure you deliver your pitch in a compelling and logical manner. Here’s what you need to know to stand out from the crowd.Read issue