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How to Use Analytics to Improve Your Website’s Success

Calling all website owners! Do you know the “who, what, when, where, how, and why” of your website consumers? These critical questions can be answered by analytic tools that provide direct insight into the performance of your site and what…

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How to Manage Supply Chain Risks

Many businesses rely on third parties for parts and supplies that go into their finished products; these third-party firms are part of the primary companies supply chain. This is especially true of manufacturers. Any disruption in a firm’s supply chain…

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Managing Inventory with the Peak Season Endorsement

During the course of a year, businesses in various industries may see their inventories rise or a firm may see greater demand for their products at certain times of the year. For example, many people take vacations during the summer;…

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Protecting Your Produce: The Benefits of Spoilage Coverage

According to Statista, total retail and food services sales in the United States totaled 5.32 trillion dollars in 2015.[i]  This includes perishable foods, which is food that “will spoil the most quickly and require refrigeration.”[ii] A recent article from fooddive.com notes…

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Renting? Don’t Assume the Landlord Has You Covered

School is out and summer is here. Like every other year, these next few months of freedom and sunshine will end faster than you’d like. Whether you are a returning college student, a proud college graduate who just received your…

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Enterprise Risk Management: An Alternative Approach to Managing Risk

One of the core concepts of insurance is risk management. The Institutes define risk management as “the process of making and implementing decisions that will minimize the adverse effects of accidental losses on an organization.”[i] Insurance professionals regularly use risk…

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The Importance of Hiring Safe Drivers for Your Commercial Vehicles

The majority of auto accidents are caused by driver error, whether it be following too closely, speeding, driving distracted, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or any other variety of reasons. As a business owner, you have control…

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