Marc Prosser

How to Network Like a Professional

First Impressions First impressions are important in any social situation and may even be more crucial in business. It takes only a few seconds for your first impression to make a lasting effect. A bad first impression can cost you clients, customers, and other prospective business. You want to be able to set the tone […]
February 19, 2019 107 Reads share

Business

How to Finance Your New Nonprofit

A nonprofit business is a tax-exempt organization intended for various purposes such as religious, charitable, artistry, literary, or educational. Although earning a profit is not the goal, starting a nonprofit organization requires funding just like any other kind of business. This means that even though they have different goals, financing a new nonprofit is similar […]
February 18, 2019 207 Reads share

How Much Does Help Desk Software Cost?

Are you looking for helpdesk software for your business and wondering how much you should expect to spend? If so, then this article is for you. Instead of just talking about various helpdesk solutions and the per agent/per month cost associated with each, we have created three fictional small businesses and broken down the costs […]
February 12, 2019 220 Reads share

Management

4 Reasons Working From Home Can Be Difficult For Your Sales Team

The trend of working from home is opening up a new range of possibilities for business structuring and operations. However, managing a remote sales team definitely has its challenges. Here are the most common obstacles that remote teams face and how to solve them
November 9, 2017 520 Reads share

Finance

3 Reasons Not to Apply for SBA Loans

Many new business owners turn to SBA loans to help get over the initial hump. SBA loans aren’t a bad idea but they aren't your only option.
February 2, 2017 576 Reads share

Finance

What Is A Typical Interest Rate On A Small Business Loan?

This article is for small business owners who are interested in learning more about bank loans. After reading, you’ll know whether or not you’re likely to qualify for a bank loan and roughly what interest rate you can expect to pay.
February 12, 2015 1,154 Reads share