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Small Business, Big-time Office

For small businesses in a never-ending fight for clients, first impressions mean a lot. So when a home-based financial planner wants to impress a millionaire CEO, talking stocks at the corner coffee shop just won't do. Trouble is, a one-man shop can't afford a well-appointed office at a prestigious business address. Or can he? As National Small Business Week recognizes the more than 25 million entrepreneurs who form the backbone of the U.S. economy, it's ironic that high-priced commercial real ........ Read More

Small Business And The Health And Safety Plan

Small Business and the Health and Safety Plan Small businesses that have a voluntary health and safety program in place have fifty percent less accidents and reported insurance claims than that of their counterparts according to OHSA stats. Most small businesses fall below the legal requirements for having a formal health and safety program in place due to number of employees on staff. Sixty eight percent of reported accidents are in the service industry which shows even businesses such as re........ Read More

When The Small Stuff Matters In Home-based Business

You've probably heard before that in order to reap the rewards of business success, you must work "on" your business, not "in" it. This is most certainly true ... within reason. Eighty to ninety percent of your time should be spent working strategically as opposed to tactically. It's important that your time and energy be focused on the BIG picture, the future of your business and your industry. It's easy to get bogged down with the tactical or daily processes that make up your strategic plan ........ Read More

Business Angels For Small Businesses

Business Angels for small businesses Businesses are many things. Some are profitable, some aren’t. Some involve single, store-based locations, while others are based off the Internet or even across an international network. Some have large staffs; others only have a few people. Some specialize in technology, some in produce, some in commerce – the variations are endless, but all these companies share one thing. They all require a lot of money to get started. Most people don’t ha........ Read More

Benefits Of Small Business Insurance - 3 Major Benefits

As a small business owner, insurance is probably one of the last things on your priority list. However, this is a big mistake and can end up costing you your business in the worst case scenario or eating up your profits in the best case scenario. There are many benefits to taking out small business insurance and you will find that the costs offset themselves quite quickly. 1. Liability: Probably the most important benefit in taking out small business insurance is that you are covere........ Read More

The Three Reasons Your Small Business Needs A Blog

Just a few short years ago hardly anyone knew what a blog was, but now, because they are so easy to set up and maintain, their popularity has blossomed beyond all expectations. Blogs are not just for ordinary people who wish to expound on their hobby or area of special interest. Blogs are for the smart small businessperson who understands the power of the published word online. A blog can provide a low cost means of marketing online, a feedback mechanism for establishing your side of the stor........ Read More

Small Business Website Design Strategies

For a small business a website can have a massive impact on whether that small business thrives or dies out. There are several very important differences between a website built for a large business and a website built for a small business. It’s important that a small business and the website design company who builds the website for that small business are aware of those differences so that the website has the greatest positive impact. First of all don’t try to look and act like the big bo........ Read More

Consider A Business Credit Card For Your Small Business

Financing is always a consideration for newly established small businesses. During the early, critical years, adequate capital is necessary to nurture and to help the small business overcome its teething pains. The theoretical financial provisions made in the business plan may well not cover everything in practice. There are usually a couple of unforeseen and unplanned circumstances that will demand some additional cash. This is where a business credit card comes in really handy. If you are a........ Read More

Why Owners Opt For Small Business Credit Cards

The small business credit card market is a rapidly growing market in the financial services industry. If you are planning to apply for small business credit cards, see how your reasons compare with those of other business credit card holders: · Business credit cards provide credibility and legitimacy to your business. It is an intangible benefit, but when the business credit card company approves a business credit card for your small business, it gives a signal to other merchants that your b........ Read More

Wooing Small Business With Business Credit Cards

A few months ago (April 18, 2007), Discover Financial Services launched a new business credit card that offers frequent flier miles to small business owners. Among the credit card brands, Discover was one of the last to start offering business credit cards to the small business sector. Reportedly, this is only the latest in a virtual avalanche of business credit cards designed for small business. One cannot but wonder at the sudden interest. Perhaps a glance at recent research material wil........ Read More

Small Business It Consulting: Targeting The Sweet Spot

Small business IT consulting professionals can choose to market themselves to "sweet spot small businesses". These small businesses are where you start to see small business IT consultants breaking through that $100 an hour barrier. This is where you start to see $95 to $125 an hour work, or in many cases more than that, depending on where you’re located. Targeting Their Needs With the sweet spot small businesses, generally they’ve outgrown peer to peer options and they have one or more........ Read More

Invoice Factoring For Small Businesses

Do you sell products or services to commercial or government customers? If you do, then you must be very familiar with having to wait 30, 40 or even 60 days to get paid by your clients. Most large businesses can afford to wait. Unfortunately, few small business owners can afford to wait – and worse – most small business owners do not take into account that they will have to wait to get paid when they first start their businesses. But what if you can’t afford to wait 60 days to get paid? ........ Read More

Private Venture Capital For Small Business Startups

The idea of starting your very own business can be exciting, but the cost of getting it started can prevent you from being able to follow your dream. Too many new businesses fail and therefore traditional lenders are very careful who they give money to. Even if you approach them with a quality business plan, expertise in the necessary areas of operating it, and a commitment to make the business work they could turn you away. As a result of these types of frustrations many people turn to priva........ Read More

Tips For Small Business Credit Card Processing

When a small business owner implements the credit card processing service in its business, he or she tends to add to the growth of the company. Credit card processing is easy process of money transaction via swiping of credit card and has become a big part of business world with both the customers and traders utilizing it. Whether trading online or doing business on internet, small business owners can always us the new trend of business world to increase their sale and status. But before maki........ Read More

Why Small Organizations Mean Big Business

In the movie "You've Got Mail", the sub-plot aside from the love angle is that the heroine (played by Meg Ryan) was forced out of business when the big-time bookstore owner (played by Tom Hanks) moved into town. Meg's character owned a quaint little bookstore which she inherited from her mother. Although the prices of her books were a little steep, she makes up for it in service. She packs the books in a specialized bag, and she knows all of her customers by name. Tom's character, on the othe........ Read More


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