Supply chain risk has increased with the pandemic. Listen to this episode of Talking Squarely about how small business owners are dealing with the impact of the pandemic supply chain and demand shifts.
What are the new realities of selling online during the pandemic? Instead of measuring success in foot traffic, businesses are thinking about clicks and online orders. Hear business owners talk about the importance of selling online on Talking Squarely..
What happens when a businesses’ seasonal boosts are less likely to come? Listen to this Talking Squarely episode featuring business owners preparing for unexpected changes in seasonality.
Businesses are continually adjusting their marketing during the pandemic. Hear what marketing strategies are working for these small business owners through COVID-19 to ensure customers are informed.
In part two of this episode, we explore the day-to-day experiences of being a Black business owner in America. From getting started to fostering a community, we’ll discuss economic inclusion and entrepreneurship with Black business owners across the U. S.
In this special episode, we have a conversation with rapper and entrepreneur Michael Render, aka Killer Mike, about how to encourage Black entrepreneurship and economic inclusion in the US.
Making financial decisions for your business can be difficult. On Talking Squarely, hear business owners discuss how they’re dealing with financial uncertainty.
Businesses are motivated to help in whatever ways they can. Listen to 3 Talking Squarely guests discuss creative ways companies are giving back to their communities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped how small business owners operate. Hear 4 business owners discuss how their regions of the country are approaching life after coronavirus.
With the help of Square, Cinnaholic has been able to keep a focus on its recipe for growth success.
Learn how White Gardenia Co., a home goods brand, takes the stress out of holiday sales by leveraging eCommerce best practices and Square’s suite of tools.
Learn how Hogg Batch, an experimental coffee roaster, leverages the holidays to test new products and learn from past success to grow their eCommerce brand.
Learn how Poor George, a vintage clothing store in upstate New York, uses the holidays to drum up excitement for the brand both online and in-person.
Learn how Montello Tasting Room uses holiday-themed cooking and family nostalgia to create excitement around its food-focused products in person and online.
Learn how Seth Hunter grew vintage Americana shop, Toll Gate Revival
With dough through Square Capital, Joanne’s passion for baking became a booming business.
These online sellers turned their creative endeavors into thriving businesses, bringing their eCommerce visions into reality with Square Online.
Robb Klaty of Tenacity Brewing, Heyday Coffee, and Flint Crepe Company knows the importance of community. Here’s how he’s helping bring that spirit back to Flint, Michigan.
Every day, people use Square tools to help start, run, and grow their business — here’s one of their stories.
Meet the founders of Humphry Slocombe.
Meet Jared Erickson, co-founder of Brother Moto in Atlanta, Georgia.
Nate Hybl, the owner of gusto! in Atlanta, shares how he’s grown his business in five years.
What started out as a seasonal business is now Mary’s full-time job, managing three trucks and seven employees.
Kallie and Lindsay Wesley, sisters and co-owners, opened their Hyde Park, Florida, retail space, Juxtapose, in 2011. Here’s a day in their life.
Keith Miller shares how his self-service dog wash grew into a booming business and advice for entrepreneurs looking to grow their businesses.
Meet the winners of Square’s Storefront Sweepstakes.
Here’s how Allison DeVane spends the day, managing four different businesses across the country, using Square tools.
Build Her Up, a new report by Square and Thumbtack, dives into the prevalence of the gender stereotyping still facing women small business owners across the country.
Meet Square seller, Yassin’s Falafel - winner of The Nicest Place in America.
Exit12 is a dance company founded by Iraq war veteran Roman Baca, who is one of 2.5 million veteran businesse owners in the United States. Learn more about his story and why veterans like him are pursuing entrepreneurship.
We chatted with some of our favorite Square retailers across the U.S. to see how they prepped for the 2018 holiday season, and how their experiences can help you prepare for spirited shopping.
We sat down with the owner of Rudy’s Flower Truck to talk about how she uses partnerships to get the word out about her blooms, while connecting her customers with other local merchants.
In honor of Veterans’ Day, one the Veterans on Square’s team sat down for a conversation with the founder of Veterans Adventure Group
Meet some of our favorite veteran Square sellers and hear about their experiences starting and running a business.
Next Level Burger, the first plant-based burger joint partnering with Whole Foods, always puts their customers first. Here’s how they’re doing that with self-ordering kiosks.
Learn how 5 Square sellers are using the Square Payroll app to manage and grow their business, from anywhere.