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Be a great leader in your small business

Saturday, May 11th, 2019

Whether you have one employee or a dozen, your role as a leader is to make the high-level decisions, inspire employees to be their best, and keep a cool head. However, as you’re well aware by now, small business does things a little differently. Change comes quicker to a small business; communication and recognition come […]

What is the break-even point?

Saturday, May 4th, 2019

The break-even point is a critical number for every small business. Yet, many Canadian entrepreneurs don’t know the point at which sales will translate into profit. Let’s break down the break-even analysis and help you easily understand how it’s calculated. Why is break-even important? The break-even point is critical for entrepreneurs, because any money coming […]

What’s the most important entrepreneurship skill?

Saturday, April 27th, 2019

Our small business training was created after surveying 200 uber-successful Canadian entrepreneurs. These entrepreneurs were asked what business skills they believed made the difference between success and failure for them. Today, we’re sharing some of the most vital skills entrepreneurs need to know, and which ones GoForth entrepreneurs were surprised they didn’t know. Branding This […]

Small business blog posts we liked this week

Saturday, April 6th, 2019

From security concerns to workplace culture lessons, here are some of the business blog posts and articles we’ve enjoyed reading lately. Have any to share? Let us know in the comments! Fortnite hack highlights broad spectrum of security threats from Carbonite 7 Steps to Eliminating Online Event Registration Problems from ePly 10 Myths About Workplace […]

Using the Empathy Map to understand your customers

Saturday, March 16th, 2019

Last week, we talked about the Empathy Map, a fantastic tool that helps you truly understand your customers, so you can more accurately deliver a product or service they’ll love. This week, we’ll dive a bit further into the Empathy Map. The empathy map has seven quadrants: 1. Who are we empathizing with? Briefly define […]

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