Read our latest Markaaz small business trends, tips, community updates, and product news.
Markaaz has partnered with financial health platform Nav to provide small businesses with outstanding access to curated financing
Branding is the cornerstone of small business success and has never been more important in marketing. Barbara Talabisco, President and CEO of Wakefield Talabisco International dives in
Markaaz’s Vault provides our business users with an easily accessible, secure place to keep important business documents.
Markaaz’s newly redesigned Dashboard for small business management, has big plans for partnerships, growth, and expansion that enable customization, connectivity, and resource access.
Many small businesses know they need to digitize to reach more customers, run more efficiently, or better weather today’s challenges.
Although the holidays are still a few months away, most eCommerce businesses need to start planning now so they can meet shoppers’ needs and ensure it’s a profitable season. Get started with these 4 tips.
Choosing software for your small business is not a quick or easy process. How do you know which is best for your company?
As a small business owner, you need to find the right tools to impact your business. The Markaaz Dashboard helps you find the right tools
Connecting with your customers is essential to growing your business. Loyal customers are more likely to recommend you than one-time users.
At Markaaz, our mission is to help small businesses succeed – that’s our number one goal in everything we do.
Learning some basic financial terminology is an excellent place to start your business finance journey. Learn more here
As a new business owner, you’re likely to have insufficient business credit history and need to use your personal credit score to back up credit requests
As a small business owner, your business credit score is a vital number to manage, maintain, and improve. Learn how with Markaaz
Whether it’s database management, email marketing, or getting new people to find your business, everything in the digital landscape can be challenging for small businesses.
We sat down with Ron Talwalkar, the Director of Cyber Intelligence & Solutions at Mastercard, to get his thoughts on cybersecurity
One-of-a-kind platform – products, services, tools and education – sets small business owners up for a successful new year ahead
Identity theft is an ever-growing problem, both in the United States and around the globe. Learn more on Markaaz
The first step in protecting your business from cyberattacks is understanding the attacks out there. Here are five most common cyber-attacks
For some business owners, using personal credit is the only way to get their new company off the ground. Still, it comes with plenty of risks.
Capital is the money or resources needed to open a business, Markaaz explains how to get access to capital in this week’s blog.
If you do not have business credit, you will have to fund your company on your personal credit. Markaaz explains how to fund your company
“Pick two things that need to be solved. Ask yourself the question can you do it better than anyone else? Do you have the resources? Or can you find your way to the resources to do that? And last but not least and the most important question is can you do it quicker than anyone else?”
Markaaz was inspired by our belief that if all SMBs can connect through one platform and in one place where they have access to the resources and tools they need to succeed, they can access a world of opportunity, enabling society and the economy as a whole to positively thrive in ways we’ve never dreamed of.
When you’re in charge of finding suppliers for a small business, it can be challenging to know who to trust. Learn more from Markaaz.
The supply chain disruptions resulting from the coronavirus crisis led to some nightmare scenarios for small businesses. SMB failures spiked, with some estimates predicting the closure of millions of mom-and-pop shops in the U.S. alone.
Markaaz, the world’s first platform to comprehensively enable small businesses to grow customers, manage suppliers and improve cash flow, today announced a partnership with Equifax, a global data, analytics and technology company. Markaaz will leverage Equifax commercial data and fraud prevention solutions as part of the Markaaz Directory of pre-verified businesses to help empower small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) to mitigate operational risk.
One potential path to growth that companies often overlook is becoming a verified business. Verification powers smarter business decisions and can give you access to many valuable perks. Read on to discover five meaningful ways that your business could benefit from being verified by Markaaz.
In the past year, supply chain challenges have been at the forefront of public attention like never before. From the scarcity of essential medical supplies and disinfectant products to toilet paper and rental cars, it seems that everyone has been affected by supply chain shortages to some extent.
A dishonest or disorganized supplier could wreak havoc on your supply chain, undercut profits, and—in extreme cases—even cause your business to fail. Meanwhile, partnering with the right supplier could be the exact puzzle piece your company needs to soar.
Supplier fraud or vendor fraud is a challenge that more and more small businesses face every year. And large corporations aren’t immune to these challenges either. In 2019, both Google and Facebook fell victim to the type of invoice fraud described above—to the tune of $123 million in stolen funds.
Supply chain shortages have always posed a danger to businesses of all sizes. Yet small businesses, in particular, can struggle to avoid supply chain disruptions and adapt when they occur.
When you invest in developing key business collaborations, both your SMB and its suppliers can reap the rewards of your efforts.
Between regulatory requirements and profitability concerns, having the right supplier verification solution in place is critical to the long-term success of your business.
The Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE), is a global network of organizations that promote entrepreneurship in emerging markets. Members of ANDE provide financial, educational, and business support
The partnership will enable the development and deployment of world-class integrated solutions for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMBs).
Markaaz has joined the WEF Global Innovators Forum and we look forward to the insight it will bring to our business