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What Businesses To Start in Houston and How

Davinci knows Texas is booming for business. You want to get in on the action, but what should you do? Find out what businesses to start in Houston and how!

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9 Things Solopreneurs Must Do When Launching Their Business

As the COVID-19 pandemic begins to ease, professionals who lost their jobs because of the pandemic as well as those seeking to try their hand in running a business will launch a business. The nature of these business formations are much different today than just a few years ago. In the early 2000s, the U.S. Census Bureau indicates that around 60% of all business applications were for businesses planning on having employees. Fast forward to this past year, and this number shrank to 34%—with 66% of business applications from solopreneurs. 

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How a Portfolio Website Can Help Your Virtual Career

If you have skills of any sort, be it coding or gardening, take advantage of a portfolio website. Apart from showcasing your expertise, you can make money from anywhere in the world. Thus, allow us to share with you how a portfolio website can help your virtual career.

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How to Be a Successful Solopreneur for Beginners

With a full year of remote working under our collective belts, working from home is no longer a tech trend but something millions of people have discovered is possible for their business. Despite many offices reopening across North America, some people are choosing to remain remote workers or create a hybrid model of home and office work. For those wondering how to be a successful solopreneur in this new normal, the good news is it no longer requires a permanent location.

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35 Business Meeting Statistics That Will Change the Way You Use Your Time

Business meetings are a “necessary evil” for many professionals. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, most meetings were conducted in person. But with the advent of the pandemic, many had to shift to virtual meetings almost overnight. With the end of the pandemic tunnel in sight later this year with the growing availability of vaccines, face-to-face meetings will most certainly come back. Yet, with many workers indicating they want to remain working remote—at least some of the time—and businesses recognizing the advantages of hybrid workplace environments, a new meeting normal will ensue post-pandemic.

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