Topic: BizX Community
Everyone uses social media. At this point, it’s basically a must. While the vast majority of businesses have created profiles on the major social networks, few businesses really “do” social right. Project Bionic, a Seattle-based social media marketing agency, is trying to change that. Like any successful business, they got their start by recognizing a need and creating a service to meet that demand.
Your computer freezes, shuts off, or just generally does something that it shouldn’t - what do you do?
If you are anything like me, you sit and wonder. Then you might try turning it on and off again. After that, it’s time to start looking for help.
If your computer breaks down, much like if your car breaks down, who are you going to call? Not Ghostbusters, the guy you call is Gilbert Cerda of Knockout PC Repair.
Every business owner has their own story for how they came to where they are today. It probably all started with a dream. That appeal of "being your own boss" and calling all the shots does have a ring to it. But very few know what it is like to own a company before they are hardly old enough to drink. Meet Makayla Thom, the 21-year-old owner of Heritage Blossom's. In the past year she's bought her own company, taken a trip to Italy, jumped into the learning curve of running a shop, oh, and of course, become a member of BizX.
Employees act as the face and lifeblood of a company. They need to be motivated, happy and able to work as a team. This leads to more productivity, better retention and ultimately more cash flow for the business.
Most companies turn to activities or team building events of various degrees. At the pinnacle of these sits the king of cohesion, John Chen and Geoteaming, the innovative team building adventure around the sport of geocaching.