Back to school shopping is stressful for everyone. But when you can't afford it, it's terrifying. While about one-fifth of public schools require uniforms, many low-income or homeless families can't afford them, or can.
Last week the Kansas City Business Journal announced their ranking for the city's top 50-fastest growing companies. UNA was honored to be listed and thrilled to come in 4th place! It was a poignant celebration for the.
No matter how big or small your business is, you have to be proactive and strategic about your indirect spend. Left unchecked indirect, or “unplanned spend,” can quickly become a formidable obstacle. In today's video,.
Chances are you have at least one area within your category management where you’d like to decrease spend, but you don’t have the time, buying power, or resources to make it happen. Luckily, there is a startlingly.
You might think that for your business to be truly successful you need smarter people, a better product, or a more strategic plan. But chances are what your team really needs is greater emotional intelligence (EQ)..
We're betting that when you're looking for a new product or service, you really don't want to hear a sales pitch, you care about what real customers say. You're not alone, 85% of consumers said they read up to 10.
Most association management teams I talk to know they should be using social media to showcase their member benefits – they’re just not sure how. I get it – your team is probably understaffed, and working on a.
If you're reading this -- congratulations -- you and your organization are already ahead of your peers. Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs) are one of those best-kept secrets that all businesses should know about. The.
Most of us want to travel more... the problem is being able to afford it. Even if you've got a vacation fund going, and are saving up your perk points it's not always adequate -- or fast enough. Luckily, several of the.
UNA.com Achieves 150% Year-over-Year Growth by Giving All Businesses Corporate Buying Power KANSAS CITY, Mo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Small and medium-sized businesses are paying too much for everyday purchases such as office.