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CEO Brandon Frere: Middle Age the Right Age to Be a Successful Business Founder

What is the average age of the most successful entrepreneurs? A recent study yielded surprising results. For the top 0.1 percent of fast-growing, new ventures, the mean age of the founders is 45 years old, which means that half the…

Automated Services: Are There Hidden Costs to Using Them for a Business?

A CEO is the true overseer of a company. Watching costs and balancing effectiveness is a tough road to walk but if it was easy, anyone would do it. But, could there be such a thing as being too effective? Brandon…

Judging a Business by Its Marketing: Advice From Brandon Frere

Without some sort of marketing tactics, most people wouldn’t know that a business exists in the first place. All sorts of tricks go into marketing for a company, between advertisements, slogans and business design. A business owner will have to have…

Three Bad Habits That Can Drive Good Employees Away, According to CEO Brandon Frere

Finding and keeping a productive workforce is a challenge for any business. As millennials increasingly take a starring role in the labor market (by 2020 they are projected to make up nearly half of all workers), employers must adjust their…

Use Data to Measure Customer Happiness, Says CEO Brandon Frere

Learning how to determine customer happiness is crucial to the success of any business. In the United States, companies pay a steep price for poor customer service — $62 billion dollars annually. The rise of online business rating services makes…

CEO Brandon Frere, Like All True Entrepreneurs, is a Trailblazer

Being a trailblazer. Having the passion to commit. Being willing to fail. These are just some of the ways entrepreneurs define themselves, according to an article in Business News Daily.  For these risk-takers, entrepreneurship is nearly unavoidable, requiring optimism, confidence, awareness,…

When Time is Money, Everything Costs Something, Says Brandon Frere

Nothing in life is free. It’s a blanket statement, sure, but it is true. Something may not necessarily cost money outright, but it’ll cost some form of time and effort. In a society that loves the phrase “time is money,” any…

Appearance Policies in the Workplace Can Be Adapted to the Situation, Just Like Many Business Aspects, Says Brandon Frere

For a variety of reasons, dress codes are an inherent part of a cohesive business. They lend themselves to an air of professionalism or let customers know immediately that they’re who to ask if they need assistance. However, Brandon Frere,…

Another Key to the Door of Success: Transparency for a Business, Inside and Out

They say honesty is the best policy and in a business, that may be especially true. Honesty between employees, business associates and customers lends itself to a more trusted business and ideally a more smoothly running company. Brandon Frere, successful entrepreneur and…

The Ultimate Innovator: Brandon Frere Discusses Taking Lessons From Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci was one of the greatest innovative minds the world has ever known. While he is best known for his paintings, he was also a brilliant sculptor, scientist, engineer, architect, philosopher and inventor. Amazing as it may seem, he…

Brandon Frere: In Business You Are An Innovator, An Imitator or An Idiot

When conceiving of your business, it may be wise to ask “Am I bringing something new into the world, imitating the works of others to make something greater or am I just taking advantage of someone else’s profits?” These three mentalities…

Brandon Frere Recommends That Entrepreneurs Get More Done Through Proper Planning and Prioritization of Their Tasks

Many entrepreneurs complete hundreds of tasks every day, but do not feel like they are making any progress toward their goals. After a long day of varied and draining work, it may feel like nothing of value was accomplished. The…

Three Business Lessons CEO Brandon Frere Learned From Bartending

Working as a bartender requires multiple skills, but mixing a good cocktail does not make someone a great bartender. Making drinks correctly is simply a job requirement. The more significant skillset behind the bar is based on social intelligence and…

Entrepreneurs Should Start Small, But Think Big, Says Brandon Frere

The entrepreneurial spirit involves taking risks and building something from nothing; it requires an ambitious soul who has the ability to think outside the box while still being grounded enough to have a real understanding of people’s wants and needs.…

Brandon Frere Investigates If Community Colleges Are the Future of Our Workforce

Community colleges have a lot to offer businesses across America who are looking for employees with cutting-edge skills. This goes against public opinion, which generally considers junior colleges as a means to an end. However, tech titans are taking note…

'You Should Learn to Code,' Says CEO Brandon Frere

Creating effective software tools may be the most powerful way to improve a business. Learning to code can grant the ability to imitate, adapt or invent technologies and can give a business a huge advantage. If one is serious in business,…

Use as Many of Employees' Skills as Possible to Increase Business Success Says Brandon Frere

Many employees have useful skills aside from the job skills necessary for their position. Managers who are willing to meet with them, discover their hidden skills and encourage them to use those skills may find that the strength of business increases, as…

Email Marketing Tactics From CEO and Marketing Expert Brandon Frere

By 2019, people are expected to send 275 billion emails every day. Business owners should also know that email marketing has the best ROI compared to SEO, PPC and content marketing. Experian found emails with a personalized greeting, such as “Dear…

Unchecked Growth in Business is a Cancer

Many new and future entrepreneurs get excited at the thought of their investments showing positive results in the form of thriving businesses. Expanding services offered, multiple store locations, ever-growing client bases - to many entrepreneurs, all of that can sound like…

Brandon Frere: If You Need to Choose, Be an Effective Entrepreneur Instead of an Efficient Entrepreneur

Many entrepreneurs are willing to come up with a product and go straight to work, but that work may not be the most effective thing that they can do. There are a lot of efficient entrepreneurs who measure their workload…

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