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4 Common Issues Industrial Businesses Tend to Have & How to Resolve Them
February 14, 2018
Industrial problems can be a scary thing for businesses to face. One problem can mean that the company may have losses for the rest of the year. Here are four issues that you may face in your industry and ways to resolve them.

Taking Your Product to a Business Trade Show? 4 Steps to a Successful Presentation
February 08, 2018
Business trade shows offer a tremendous opportunity to promote your business. There, you will be able to talk to potential customers about the benefits of your product. At the trade show, you will want the best presentation possible. Here are four steps that will help give you a successful presentation display.

Be an Undercover Boss: 4 Areas of Your Business Worth Inspecting Further
January 30, 2018
On the show, “Undercover Boss,” CEO’s are sent to diverse parts of their companies to see what they’re employees really think and to find out what issues need to be resolved. If you’re a CEO, you don’t have to be on a reality TV show to do that. You don’t even have to go undercover.

What Potential Customers Look for When Reading Your Clients’ Reviews
December 14, 2017
If you own or manage a business, then you need to be paying attention to your online reviews

Scaling Down Your Business? 4 Ways to Streamline the Process
December 13, 2017
Everyone that starts a business wants it to grow, but not all businesses can grow for a number of reasons. The product or service the business offers might be just a fad or only has a short lifespan.

Business Basics 101: How to Establish an Online Presence
October 17, 2017
Many business owners have trouble figuring out how to use the internet to their advantage. In fact, 6 out of 10 small businesses have yet to establish an online presence and get a website. The good news is that there are plenty of tools and resources to help you learn more about how to find customers and make money without spending too much on marketing costs.

Top Strategies Businesses Can Implement to Save Money in the Long Term
October 16, 2017
Owning a business can be a very exciting way to earn a living and is a dream for many people. When you are looking to own your own business, it is always important to look for ways to cut costs in the near-term and in the long-term.

How to Generate Positive Reviews & Get More Business Because of Them
August 29, 2017
More than 90 percent of consumers read reviews about products and services before making a purchase. With this in mind, you can easily see the importance of generating many positive reviews for your business.

Hit a Plateau? How to Get Your Business Rising in the Ranks Again
August 17, 2017
Starting a new business and turning into a profitable company can be a challenge. While getting a business off the ground can be had, another challenge that many business owners face is preventing a business from hitting a plateau. For those that have hit a plateau and are struggling for more growth, there are several tips that should be followed.

Business Going Under? How to Identify Whether or Not It's Time for Bankruptcy
August 08, 2017
Any struggling business should keep careful track of its debt. About 96 percent of new businesses fail within 10 years. When you should file may be as important as determining whether to file. Bankruptcy can eliminate your debt, but you aren't gaining anything. You need to file when you're confident that you'll have the capital to survive post-bankruptcy. Here are factors in deciding whether it's time to file.

Social Media Maintenance: How Best to Manage Your Business Profile Pages
July 03, 2017
In order to reach a large number of people at one time, your business should have a social media page. It will allow you to post new products and services that are offered and maintain contact with your customers and those who are interested in learning more about your business.

Business Busters: 4 Common Work Distractions & How to Best Eliminate Them
June 02, 2017
There are bound to be distractions around your workplace. While they may not be a serious problem, they can be very annoying at times.

New Age Business: How to Help Your Company Adapt to Technological Advancements
May 02, 2017
Competing in the modern business world often comes down to keeping up with the latest of technology inventions and advancements. The goal should always be to get the most value out of any tech that you have, but the occasional upgrade or innovative new product is essential to help you keep up with business rivals.

4 Ways Businesses Can Better Support their Web Developers
March 13, 2017
If you are a business owner who relies on a solid website for branding and to coordinate your business operations, supporting your web developers should be one of your priorities.

Efficiency Expert: The Must-Haves to Promote Business Productivity
December 02, 2016
It’s one thing to have employees with a wealth of talent and potential. It’s another thing to have them actually use it to benefit your company. Sadly, a business’s greatest resource often goes to waste due to a lack of productivity.

Efficiency Expert: The Must-Haves to Promote Business Productivity
November 21, 2016
It’s one thing to have employees with a wealth of talent and potential. It’s another thing to have them actually use it to benefit your company. Sadly, a business’s greatest resource often goes to waste due to a lack of productivity.

5 Amazing Products to Come Out Of Kickstarter
May 13, 2014
There is now no doubt that Kickstarter has changed business investments and funding forever. This unique idea for direct investments from anyone in the world has allowed entrepreneurs to free themselves up and explore unique new ideas. Here is a peak at five of the most innovative and remarkable products to have been exposed to the world through this organization.

Building and Maintaining Positive Culture in a Company
April 03, 2014
Too many offices are too dull to foster good business growth. Many professionals know that their surroundings influence their success. Promote a positive office culture if you want to encourage teamwork among the employees and improve the work outputs. Follow a few tips that teach you how to build a productive work environment.

Loss Prevention 101: Five Tips Your Business Needs To Know
November 20, 2013
Smaller businesses have a tougher time than larger businesses in protecting their inventory. Larger businesses have inventory tags on all of their merchandise, and as long as the tag is not removed, an alarm will be set-off as soon as someone tries to leave the store without paying. Smaller businesses cannot afford to purchase this type of system, but there are several things a smaller business can do to cut down on the amount of inventory theft.

The Five Steps to Integrate Your Brick and Mortar Into Cyberspace
October 16, 2013
It's estimated that seven billion people worldwide use the internet. Even if the number is only a fraction of that, your brick and mortar business can no longer be without an internet presence. Setting up a website and integrating an online retail business into your already existing store is essential for increased sales and overall visibility. There are five easy basic steps to creating an online web presence.

Four Creative Ways to Bring In Alternate Forms of Income
September 30, 2013
There are many ways that people can earn money: getting a regular 9 to 5 job, working on commissions or simply doing odd jobs for other people. These ways are the traditional ways of generating income, but there are other ways to earn income that you can do on the side or you can do when a typical job is just not cutting it for you. The following are four creative and innovative ways to make extra money.

Six Things to Look For When Purchasing a New Office Space
September 25, 2013
Whether the business is expanding or starting up, purchasing a new office space is an exciting opportunity. However, before eagerly purchasing the first office space seen, one needs to consider very important variables and attributes related to an office space. Here are six things to look for when purchasing a new office space.

Injury Free: 4 Ways to Secure Yourself in the Workplace
September 12, 2013
In 1970, it was calculated that there were 38 worker deaths a day at the office or work-site. In 2011, that number dropped to 11. Worker safety standards have improved greatly since then, as well as worker safety education.

Four Tips for Opening a Business Checking Account
August 22, 2013
Starting a small business can be an exciting new adventure. It can be tremendously rewarding to utilize your business ideas into a concrete product or service that helps people and creates a profit. However, a new business can lead to some financial headaches, especially when getting the business off the ground. Use the following tips to open a business checking account that is specifically designed for small business transactions.

Five Absolute Rights You Have as an Employee
August 12, 2013
No matter what kind of job you do, being a part of an employer-employee relationship does not mean giving up all of your rights. There are five absolute rights you have as an employee, no matter where in the United States you are employed.

Six Technologies that Will Help Secure Your Business Assets
August 06, 2013
Security is one of the most important aspects of any business, regardless of the type of business you own. Protecting your assets can be the difference between success and failure, and, in many cases, can even cost you a significant amount of money.



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