Our Interns Share Their Experiences at Townsquare Interactive

This summer Townsquare Interactive had the pleasure of hosting eight interns! Our intern class was the first group of interns to participate in Townsquare Interactive’s internship program. In the midst of their busy day with professional development trainings, cold calling, and working on client campaigns we had a chance to chat with them about their […]

Townsquare Interactive Partners with Gusto for Member Benefits Program

Charlotte, NC, August 14, 2017 —  Townsquare Interactive, of Charlotte, NC, partnered with Gusto, a leading human resources suite for small businesses, for its Member Benefits Program. Gusto is committed to creating a world where work empowers life by taking complicated business tasks and making them simple and personal for small business owners.   Small […]

Turning the Page with Totem Books

  It’s National Book Lovers Day and there’s nothing like a good book and a nice cup of coffee! Don’t believe us? Ask our client, Totem Books. Totem Books was founded by passionate book lovers who wanted to share their passion with the Flint community. We were able to catch up with Teresa, the General […]

Back to School Deals and Member Benefits for Small Business

The end of summer is fast approaching and it’s time to start sending the kids back to school, not to mention you’ve got a business to run! There’s no time to pick up the paper or scour the internet to find school and office supply deals for your business and your family. Luckily, we’ve got […]

12 Tips from Business Owners They Wish They Knew Starting Out

Starting a business is no small feat. Between the long hours, juggling work and life, balancing the books, satisfying customers, and finding ways to grow, there’s a lot going on. We asked small business owners across the country their best advice for starting a business. What do potential new business owners need to know that […]

The Struggle is Real: 25 Honest #SmallBusinessProblems Tweets

Being a business owner has its perks. But it’s not always rainbows and butterflies, is it? We went straight to Twitter and found several small business owners who shared their real everyday struggles. I’m the boss. I get endless vacation, right?       Office supplies…overrated.     Talk about busy. #MomLife     Ah… […]

What Amazon’s Acquisition of Whole Foods Means for Your Small Business

If you haven’t heard, or maybe you don’t want to hear, Amazon recently purchased Whole Foods for a hefty $13.7 billion. What does that mean for small businesses, or does it mean anything at all? Giant retailers have been moving in on small businesses for some time, but Amazon isn’t just a large retailer, they […]

Finding Work/Life Balance as a Small Business Owner

We asked small business owners across the U.S. one simple question: what does work/life balance mean to you? Regardless of the type of business you own, finding a balance between work and life is a challenge for anyone. Can you find work/life balance? If it is possible, how do you balance your passion – or […]

Interview: Being 30 Under 30 with Lesley Mitchell

It’s not every day you get nominated and win a spot as a top influencer in your city, but that’s exactly what happened to Lesley Mitchell when she won a spot on Elevate Lifestyle’s Charlotte 30 Under 30. Townsquare Interactive caught up with her to find out what it takes to be on Charlotte’s 30 […]

The Five T’s of Online Review Management

Tips for Battling the Negative Reviews Blues You know your business like the back of your hand – after all, you built it from the ground up. But, thanks to a quick Google search, you barely recognize your own business after reading the slew of damaging reviews that are scattered across the web. What’s worse, […]