Often what attracts people most to the vending business is that it generates a mostly passive income. The fact that putting in as little as 1-4 days of work each month while generating a significant income, continues to build an allure to an industry that has been around since the 1800’s and still thrives in … Continue reading “Best Strategies and Locations for Placing Your Vending Machines”
Can what you eat prevent breast cancer? October is breast cancer awareness month. The National Breast Cancer Foundation created the annual campaign to raise awareness of this devastating disease. All month it encourages individuals to host or engage in fundraising events, share educational content, and focus on early detection, education, and support. One of the … Continue reading “Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Fight Breast Cancer With Good Nutrition”
It’s back to school time, and kids seem as though they’re hungrier than ever! They want lunches packed to the brim with tasty fare and food on tap from the minute they get home. You want to keep them filled up with good things, but some eaters can be picky. How can you get them … Continue reading “National Childhood Obesity Month: How to Get Kids to Eat More Fruits and Veggies”
The modern workplace would not be the same without its powerful female entrepreneurs. Throughout history, women have made their mark on the working world with ingenious innovations, out-of-the-box business ventures, and unprecedented success. At Naturals2Go, we’ve compiled this brief history of female entrepreneurs to inspire you to join their ranks – with a little help … Continue reading “Women Entrepreneurs: History of Women in Business”
Productivity can be your greatest asset as a business owner … or your greatest expense. If you’re one of many employers struggling to light a fire under your employees, there are proven ways to boost staff yield and efficiency. With just a few simple changes, you can inspire your workers to work smarter and … Continue reading “5 Ways to Boost Your Employees’ Productivity in the Workplace”
Starting a business can be daunting. First, there are the failure rates of new businesses. Then, there are the often large cash investments required. And don’t forget about the amount of time you must invest. It makes sense why most people would rather put off starting a business.