Every business owner must constantly be examining how to re-evaluate their business in changing times. This May in Nashville, take the time to step back and think about your strategies by hearing from some of the best thought leaders and strategists in the Business Strategy content path at The Car Wash Show 2019, available only to Premium Pass holders.
Source: NBC News Scientists are working to develop refillable electric vehicle (EV) batteries that can be refueled in minutes at a network of converted gas stations. It’s a shift that could make EVs more attractive to drivers who are wary of long charging times.
Soapy Joe’s Car Wash, a San Diego-based eco-friendly car wash company, was recently awarded the title of “Largest Car Air Freshener” by Guinness World Records. The record-breaking car freshener measures in at 3 feet 10 inches tall, 3 feet 8 inches wide, and 1.6 inches thick.
An entrepreneur’s journey is often fileld with twists and turns. If you talk to enough founders, you’ll find that for every up, there’s usually a down just around the corner. At these moments, an entrepreneur has two options: throw in the towel or persevere.
Culture is hard to change. And we’re usually fighting against it. But what if we used the culture to change it? What if by focusing on a few critical elements we could work with our culture instead of against it?
Businesses that choose to ignore the benefits of marketing automation do themselves a great disservice in the long run. They limit themselves to one-dimensional marketing strategies because they just don’t have the time to do more.
A recent study by Uberall, Inc. asked marketers how they feel about interactive voice technology. For this particular group, Alexa came in number one with nearly half (48%) of the respondents stating it has more marketing potential than other voice assistants.