Dan Casarella

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About Dan

Dan Casarella is a writer, podcast producer, and small business development specialist who formerly worked in late-night television. He’s produced many celebrity segments and once had a dove thrown in his face. Dan studied Media Studies and Production at Temple University and enjoys running, reading, and the highs and lows of Philadelphia’s sports teams.

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GOOD COMPANY » GROWTH STUDIO

How to Boost Your Small Business Productivity

Entrepreneur.com contributors shared their best productivity hacks to ensure your small business is operating at its peak performance.

START » STRATEGY

Business Certifications: Small Business Guide

If you’re eligible, obtaining business certifications can give you access to more opportunities. Here are some of those certifications and how to apply.

START » STRATEGY

New Hires: What Is the Required Paperwork for New Employees?

Startups that are hiring new employees have to make sure the correct paperwork is in order. From W-4s to direct deposit forms, here is a list of the necessary paperwork to start onboarding.

START » STRATEGY

How to Prepare Your Business for Sale

If it's time to sell your business, here are the steps to prepare for sale.

GOOD COMPANY » GROWTH STUDIO

How to Get Funding for Your Business

From seeking venture capital to borrowing from family and friends, here’s how Entrepreneur.com contributors recommend financing your venture.

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How to Welcome Employees Back to Work

Here are eight ways that business leaders can welcome their employees back to work in person and in the office.

RUN » HUMAN RESOURCES

How to Develop a Growth Path for Employees

Here’s how companies can create a career growth path to invest in their entry-level employees.

EVENTS » ROADMAP FOR REBUILDING

CO— Roadmap for Rebuilding: Planning Tomorrow's Business Today

Marketing experts discussed how small businesses can set themselves up for future success by planning.

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What Is Good Debt and Bad Debt for a Small Business?

There are two types of debt for small businesses. Here’s how to determine which type is good and which is bad.

GOOD COMPANY » GROWTH STUDIO

Adapting Your Small Business to the Digital World

This week, Entrepreneur.com contributors discuss how small businesses can pivot their business online and adapt to the digital-first world.