Achieving Greatness

by RaeAnne Marsh

Business and achievement seem to go hand in hand. The notion of achieving goals, success or even greatness is, at some point, inherent in building a business. Honoring achievement is our way of looking back at the incredible stories of those who have helped others build their business and grow to success. In this issue, we are honoring 14 Women of Achievement. Each has been … [More]

Linda M. Herold, Herold Enterprises

from Linda M. Herold

This month, In Business Magazine honors 14 women of achievement. These accomplished women are dedicated to their communities and successful in business, and their leadership inspires others. The editorial group at In Business Magazine sought to recognize those women who not only demonstrate these characteristics, but work hard to empower others to exude excellence as well. … [More]

Dos & Don’ts of Company Communication

by A.J. Moss

In many cases, a company’s Intellectual Property (IP) assets, such as its patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets, constitute the most valuable assets on the company balance sheet. To be sure, protecting the most commercially valuable of these IP assets is critical to establishing and maintaining a company’s marketplace advantage. Important as they are, these forms … [More]

What Corporate Social Responsibility Looks Like in AZ

by Helene Tack

What pops into people’s heads when “corporate social responsibility” is mentioned? Most likely it is a large company with happy employees, in a building with sleeping pods in the breakroom, engaged managers who create a fun environment for their team, and a lengthy list of how the business acts in an environmentally friendly way. What might not be top of mind are small to … [More]

Woman-Owned Businesses: Achievement in a Growth Demographic

by Kristin Slice

Women represent the largest growing demographic of business owners in the country. This is among several interesting trends revealed in final data from the most recent census. The number of women starting businesses was almost three times that of men — more than expected. As of 2012, women business owners (WBOs) represented 36.2 percent of all businesses, numbering just under … [More]