Americans are now spending an average of 4.7 hours a day on their smartphones—more than their counterparts in at least 11 countries around the world—according to a new monthly report from measurement firm Informate Mobile Intelligence, which tracks and measures consumer use of smartphones in 12 countries.
Seventy-six percent of Valentine's Day shoppers will purchase items in stores, while nearly 60% of online shoppers will pick up their items in stores, according to the International Council of Shopping Centers.
Falling gas prices could help to fuel spending this Valentine’s Day, as more than half of American adults feel they have more money to spend, compared to only 42% in an ICSC survey conducted one month ago. Generally, younger consumers surveyed feel that they have more money in their pockets than older consumers.
Follow these expert tips on establishing a line of credit to tide your business over when you might need it.
There's a big neon sign in every small business owner's office that says "game over" when the checking account gets to zero. A key way to keep playing when those cash-flow shortfalls hit is to establish a bank line of credit for your beauty business.
What is a line of credit? The term "line of credit" is frequently used but often misunderstood in the small business world. Simply put, a line of credit is a type of loan established by a business through a bank that can be drawn upon to fund the firm's cash-flow deficiencies.
Sally Beauty Holdings announced Feb. 5 that president and COO Chris Brickman succeeded Gary Winterhalter as CEO effective Feb. 1, 2015. Winterhalter will continue to serve the company as executive chairman of the board of directors.