NicheLabs is hiring a Digital Account Director!
February 12th, 2015
In case you didn’t already know, NicheLabs is a fast growing interactive digital marketing agency located in Atlanta, GA and Naples, FL. We’re looking to hire a full-time Digital Account Director in the Atlanta area. Digital Account Director Summary We’re looking for a Digital Account Director who can work with retainer clients to traffic […]Read More
NicheLabs is hiring another Senior Level Web Developer!
November 4th, 2014
In case you didn’t already know, NicheLabs is a fast growing interactive digital marketing agency located in Atlanta, GA. We’re looking to hire an additional full-time Senior Level Web Developer to help build custom database driven content management system websites. You’d be responsible for building out websites using software programs such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, […]Read More
NicheLabs is hiring another PHP Web Developer!
October 29th, 2014
In case you didn’t already know, NicheLabs is a fast growing interactive digital marketing agency located in Atlanta, GA. We’re looking to bring on an additional full-time PHP Web Developer to help build custom database driven content management system websites. This person will be responsible for building websites using software programs such as WordPress, Joomla, […]Read More
NicheLabs Chosen to Build Intranet Website for Specialty Building Supply Distributor
October 14th, 2014
About the Company: NicheLabs will be building an extensive intranet site for the largest independent distributor of drywall, acoustical and other specialty building materials in America-Gypsum Management and Supply, Inc. The company is headquartered in Atlanta, GA and works in 26 states. They work with 43 subsidiary companies and make it easy for you […]Read More
NicheLabs Provides Marketing Support to Well-Known Atlanta Bar-B-Q Company
October 9th, 2014
About the Company For 23 years, Williamson Bros. Bar-B-Q has been serving the classics such as Bar-B-Q Ribs, Boston Butts, and Pulled Pork. Besides their experience and superior customer service, their traditional wood burning pit is what garners them their slogan, “No One Does Bar-B-Q like We Do Bar-B-Q. They Try.” They also offer a […]Read More
It’s All About Process, People and Communication!
September 30th, 2014
Taking a step back to improve Process, People and Communication will help you grow Revenue and improve Profitability. It will also build the Value of your business for the long-term, setting the stage for your succession or exit plan – with you deciding when and how. A focus on business process improvement that becomes part […]Read More
NicheLabs Boosts Website and Branding for Employee Assistance Program Provider.
September 12th, 2014
EAP Consultants, LLC has been a leading innovator of Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) and Work/Life Services since 1989. Their services are comprehensive, carefully tailored and delivered with a compassionate and responsive approach to the needs of each organization.Read More
Nine Options for Exit/Succession/Transition… Plan for Your Own Independence Day!
September 3rd, 2014
Here are nine ways to transition out of a business to get you thinking! Once you think about this, you’ll realize how much it impacts your business strategy and business decisions. Within each, there are many potential paths and tools to get there. Remember, it’s about helping you make the business decisions that are right for youRead More
Need More Time to Work ON Your Business (instead of IN it)? Advisors Say: Outsource Marketing and Marketing Communications
September 2nd, 2014
Are you wearing so many hats at your business that you can’t walk through the door? We’ve written before – about how many entrepreneurs never develop their businesses to their maximum capacity because, as described in the E-Myth, they spend so much time doing their business’ operations and delivery. Small-business coach Melinda Emerson revisited the […]Read More
Technology’s Lure vs. Michael Gerber’s ‘The E(ntrepreneur)-Myth’
April 29th, 2014
Michael Gerber’s then-groundbreaking work, The E-Myth: Why Most Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It, put forth the belief that most businesses are started by ambitious entrepreneurs who are technicians who know and enjoy the hands-on work of their organization. However, he said that having tangible business skills is far more important than being able to personally do the technical work required for a business
In the nearly 30 years since the book’s publication, a lot of evidence backs that belief. At some point, an innovator’s great idea grows into a huge business that requires a new level of managerial skills. More than a few business coaches have counseled their clients to either broaden their management team or sell their company and move on to their next big thing. Otherwise, they say, entrepreneurs may never reap their biggest financial rewards.Read More