Insider Spot

Business Resource Center

Welcome to Sekure Merchant Services Business Resource Blog

Five Ways Travel Agents Can Help Clients Navigate Today’s Trends

Although the travel industry’s 2021 recovery continues, the Skift Recovery Index (which provides up-to-date performance measures of the industry across 22 countries) shows that travel is still languishing 35% below pre-pandemic levels. The recovery has also been uneven, varying between different geographical regions due to divergent travel restrictions, COVID-19 case counts, and vaccine rollouts and the relative strength of their domestic travel markets.

Pasco Golfland: Continuing A Family Legacy

Small businesses, especially family-run businesses are the cornerstone of American life. Here at Sekure, we love highlighting the family businesses we serve, one of them is Pasco Golfland. 

10 Easy Marketing Tips to Increase Your Black Friday Sales

Whether it’s standing outside in the rain and snow for hours, cramming into stores or shopping from their beds in the wee hours of the morning to shop online, customers are always on the lookout for the best deal. Experts suggest Black Friday’s retail outlook will be different this year with fewer product selection due to hampered global supply chains, but retailers and other businesses can still make the most of this long weekend. To do so, you’ll need to find a strategy to help attract and delight your customers. Since Sekure works with a wide-range of businesses, we prepared a list of 10 marketing tips to help you grow your business for holiday shopping 2021, no matter the industry.

Employee Burnout: The What, the Why, and How to Manage It

We’ve all been there: everyone who has ever been employed has had a bad day, or even a stretch of them. And as responsible adults do—or so we’ve been told—we move through it, beyond it, and forge ahead. Keep calm and carry on, as they say.

Nonprofit and Giving Outlook for 2022

The effects of the pandemic have been felt across all business sectors. However, the nonprofit sector, whose funding generally relies on face-to-face networking (think galas, marathons, concerts), suddenly had to innovate to continue generating income when lockdowns put an end to those events. Early projections suggested that the COVID-19 pandemic would only compound the other challenges nonprofits already regularly face, painting a grim picture as to how they would weather the storm.

    Related Posts