Dequiana Jackson

Dequiana Jackson, CEO of Inspired Marketing, Inc., is a small business marketing coach who shows women entrepreneurs how to use solid marketing strategies to turn their life’s passion into a profitable, service-based business. Dequiana is the author of Know Your Business: How to Attract Ideal Clients & Sell More and runs the award-winning blog, Entrepreneur-Resources.net.

Boosting Your Retail Sales with Visual Merchandising

Despite more people seemingly making the transition to online shopping — including Marks & Spencer and House of Fraser — there is still opportunity for retail stores to maximise their sales revenue. Visual merchandising has been around for decades, in all industries. However, the problems dominating retail in 2018 make …

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Keys to Email Marketing Success

Despite the rise in social media, email marketing continues to be an effective way for small businesses to reach their customers. But with people seeing an average of 4,000 to 7,000 ads a day, how do you win the inbox? Email marketing service, Emma, gives you the tools to do …

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How A Hard Money Lender Can Be An Entrepreneurs Secret Weapon

Hard Money Bankers is a full service and self-funded lending company that specializes in providing support for borrowers who need reliable, fast, and flexible financing. They work with real estate investors, entrepreneurs, business owners and other clients involved in commercial and residential investments by providing quick loan options when traditional …

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Has Technology Helped Develop Retail’s Supply Chain?

If the retail industry wants to survive much longer, it must shift it’s focus on technology. But how has it affected the supply chain specifically? Read on as we explore how technology has transformed and helped businesses maximise their supply chain efficiency, including making deliveries speedier and keeping up with …

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More Employers than Ever Looking to Hire Temp Staff

A new report from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation revealed that the number of employers planning on increasing their temporary/contract headcount doubled in August 2018, year on year. This occurred despite falling confidence in the economy because Brexit remains uncertain. Let’s look at the report’s findings in greater detail and …

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