So you’ve just on boarded a new client for your marketing firm, but they’re still struggling with determining the target audience for their marketing efforts (and subsequently your efforts too).
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This blog is a must read for anyone that is required to negotiate for goods and services. It looks at ideas and strategies that can save your organisation money without compromising on the quality of what you receive.
Your business’ trade credit score isn’t any less important than your personal credit score. In fact, if you want your business to grow, you need to make sure you keep your personal credit separated from the business’ credit. Once you’ve established your business, focus on developing a solid credit track record so that investors and vendors will come to you with business offers and support. There are several things you can do that will help build your credit rating.
Whether you’ve just opened your doors or you’ve been operating for years, it is up to you, the business owner, to make clear, effective decisions if your business is going to succeed. Let’s look at three questions that can make the difference between a wildly successful business and a smoldering hole in the ground.
There has been a lot of discussion and debates on what motivates entrepreneurs. How do you know if you or someone else is an entrepreneur? Deeply embedded in the practice of entrepreneurship is passion.
Many startup executives have noted that having passion is one of the key drivers for entrepreneurial success. Passion drives some entrepreneurs to assume high levels of risk taking that many may see as being unconventional and even crazy.
Amidst all the screams of “I love you Nick!” and “Marry me Brian!”, I was thinking about how great businesses are actually a lot like the Backstreet Boys.
Almost everyday, someone wants to share with me why their new concept is the best thing since sliced bread. Sadly, most of these ideas never turn into a business while the larger fractions of those that do get off the ground don’t last.
And while it’s tough to imagine your venture ever going south, it’s well worth it to account for rough times. If you’re lucky, your business will thrive and grow without a hitch. But if you run into some trouble along the way, you’ll be glad you made a back-up plan.
If your small business has an agenda for aggressive growth, here are 6 creative and cost-effective ways of increasing productivity.
Summertime gets the short end of the stick when it comes to businesses. Shouldn’t we take this opportunity to assess our business and work on growing it?