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By: Eric Gurr
Is OpenSource software right for your business?The obvious benefit is the price (It's generally free!) The downside is it can be difficult to install, support and manage . We look at the pros and con (read entire article)
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By: Stephen Kaye
How to get customers and businessThere really is no magic to getting good customers who want the work done and who are happy to pay.No magic at all.But there's a right way to do it and a way to mess i (read entire article)
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By: Herman Drost
Creating clear doable goals for your business will help you achieve success for 2006. I have a 14 year old daughter who said she wants to be a neurosurgeon so she concentrates on getting straig (read entire article)
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By: James Hunt
Many small businesses spend their short lifetimes, struggling and floundering, before they finally go belly up. While the average person tends to support small businesses and will claim that they pre (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
Are you self-employed and perhaps run a small or medium sized business? Have you noticed that you end up taking your work home with you every night, where as other folks who are employed by another pu (read entire article)
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By: Matt Bacak
While there are many duties and tasks to fill your hours and days when starting a business, one of the most important tasks that should be handled early on is to obtain a business license or business (read entire article)
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By: Matt Bacak
You've no doubt heard about “thinking outside the box”. Very often, business creativity is referred to as thinking outside the box. You can get locked in to your day-to-day operational thinking (read entire article)
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By: Annar Merirand
Starting a business is a struggle, especially if you lack resources. For example - why isn't there enough small-business software that is free?In december 2005 DABE Solutions Ltd. released a first fre (read entire article)
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By: Monique Hawkins
There are thousands of new small businesses created each year in the United States; some are successful, some are not. There is one element that greatly influences whether a new small business will ha (read entire article)
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By: Jeremy Sacco
Even the most meticulous and experienced human resources professionals find that handling payroll can be a headache. For many small businesses, payroll services offer an attractive and valuable altern (read entire article)
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By: Joe Leech
So... you are thinking about either starting your/a new business from scratch, or possibly upgrading an existing business to take advantage of the benefit side of franchising such as possibly bet (read entire article)
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By: Sabir Rizvi
Notebook PCs have greatly added to the increased advantage that small businesses enjoy in this era of the Internet and fantastic small business fairytales that come true, virtually overnight. Thes (read entire article)
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By: Steve Hanson
On an average day your staff will go to work and the time will pass routinely, without incident. But unexpected events can happen. Whether the incident is life threatening, a small spill, or the bui (read entire article)
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By: Karyn Greenstreet
When your business is offering a service, you have to determine how many clients you'll need in order to reach your goals. In the beginning, you needn't have a group of ready-made clients, but it help (read entire article)
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By: Maria Andreu
Too many of the clients I talk to write off December as a marketing black hole. After all, people aren't really focused on doing anything but holiday shopping and attending parties, right? Why not p (read entire article)
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By: Shane Penrod
A wireless merchant account can bring your business into the 21st century by enabling you to accept credit payments while on the go. All you have to do is get approved for a merchant account and then (read entire article)
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By: Norio De Sousa
Starting a business without any capital is a daunting task. How do you pay your staff? Where do you find money for stock? What can you do to improve cashflow? These are just some of the questions you' (read entire article)
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By: Mayur Sharad Joshi
Fraud is not an easy task to commit. Money can not leave the company without stringent checks. Purchasing is the most crucial area to look for frauds. Purchasing fraud in its many forms leads as a sou (read entire article)
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By: David Chandler
Today childcare centers are gaining importance as a profitable business. Many people are seeking advice to obtain grants to start their own childcare center, expand their program, or upgrade their fa (read entire article)
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By: Laura Gillson
According to the U.S. Census Department, approximately fifty-four million Americans are disabled, or have considered themselves disabled at one time or another. While this number represents a large p (read entire article)
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By: Jay Stockman
What state Incorporates more than a half-million business entities, including more than half of the Fortune 500 companies? New York? California? Illinois? No. No. No. That state is Delaware. With a (read entire article)
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By: David Springer
The pace of change in today's business environment is inarguably staggering. Growth of e-commerce; changes to business structures; evolving relationships; changes to funding arrangements; access to ca (read entire article)
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By: Shane Penrod
In this day of continuous technological advances, it is important to choose the most appropriate services for your company's benefit – to compare merchant accounts is part of that process. You don't (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
What if small business failures were very small instead of the five to one we now know they are? What if all small businesses paid back their small business loans? What if the local, county and state (read entire article)
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By: Paul Bryant
When any business starts up, it needs to find a customer base, so as to enable it to establish a foothold on the economical opportunities that are available. Naturally, there are many different types (read entire article)
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By: Donny Lowy
Flea market wholesale products can help you build a successful flea market business, as long as you have the right product mix.Flea markets are really another version of corner retail stores.Customers (read entire article)
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By: Jay Gilbert
Are you wasting ink cartridges and your time needlessly?If you print on regular settings, you may not only be wasting ink, but you might also be making extra trips to the office supply store!But don't (read entire article)
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By: Larry Holmes
When people leave a job and say that they're "going in business for themselves," it is often assumed that they simply can't find another job and are trying to make it on their own as an act of despera (read entire article)
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By: John Morris
If you are thinking of setting up a small business yet you are still unsure of what you exactly want to do or are scared to death of not being able to generate good business, then you must try looking (read entire article)
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By: Steve Hanson
Although supply and material costs are likely to be a small part of your cleaning company's expenses, these costs are continuing to spiral, and so controlling these expenses will lead to more profit f (read entire article)
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By: Dianne Daniels
We're in the last quarter of 2005, and setting goals for business growth and marketing that will give you momentum starting 2006 are part of every entrepreneur's ‘to do' list. Does your image relate (read entire article)
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By: Steve Hanson
Just because you're in the cleaning business doesn't mean you never come into contact with the people who work in the buildings you care for. Learning how to work around and communicate with building (read entire article)
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By: Steve Hanson
The performance provided by a cleaning crew member on the job is dependent upon many different factors. Among these, two that should be considered most important are the general attitude, as well as (read entire article)
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By: Jack Chevalier
Merchant services enables businesses to accept a variety of payments including:VisaMasterCardDiscoverAmerican ExpressGift CardsBenefits to Merchant Services customers includeCost effective payment a (read entire article)
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By: Scott Patterson
What are the best small business opportunities? I could just throw a list of opportunities at you and tell you that I had thoroughly researched the topic and found that these, the ones I've listed for (read entire article)
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By: Gary Granai
Drop shipping is neither a sport nor a game. It is a business. And in business, customers neither want to deal with beginners nor intermediates.Customers want advanced service, advanced communication (read entire article)
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By: Walter H Groth
During my many years of professional experience I was constantly researching the roots for success or failure. I was poised to find out what it was in the end what made a difference. I am sure that is (read entire article)
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By: Dan Amato
* The Three Keys *There are 3 key ingredients to starting a successful business:- Good people- A wanted product- Low overheadIf you can achieve these three things your business has a great chance of s (read entire article)
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By: John T Jones, Ph.D.
When I was in high school, the corner drug store that had survived the depression, was purchased from the Greek owners by a gentleman by the name of Frank. Frank became a good friend, and I kept track (read entire article)
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By: Donny Lowy
Flea market vendors have been seeing increasing sales as more and more customers shop at flea markets. In the past, flea markets were seen as places to buy used goods, or places to simply spend a fre (read entire article)
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By: Donny Lowy
Flea market products are the fuel for flea market vendors.Flea market vendors who have access to the best wholesale flea market products are similar to race cars running on premium fuel.They not only (read entire article)
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By: Suzanne Lieurance
As a small business owner you need to carefully pick and choose where your hard-earned money is going to go. Maybe you've considered joining your local business association but aren't sure it's wo (read entire article)
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By: Kelvyn Peters
Marketing is one of the four corner-posts of a solid business. Knowing a few marketing tricks is great, but to be really successful you must be able to assess market place opportunities. Here's 13 poi (read entire article)
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By: John Mussi
Not sure how to start a small business? This guide will offer you some useful tips on the basic requirements of starting a small business.Initially, there are two types of businesses available to you, (read entire article)
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By: Bette Daoust, Ph.D.
What is in an information plan?Before you even meet with a potential customer, you should have an action plan in place. The action plan should consist of 5 areas. Each area will deal with certain aspe (read entire article)
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By: Bette Daoust, Ph.D.
When do you need to get more involved with the day to day activities of your business partner?The best business relationship you can have is one where the client does not know whether you are a contr (read entire article)
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By: Willard Michlin
Introduction: This article is written as a general discussion on the subject of “Due Diligence”. It is for informational purposes and not intended to be a definitive guideline for your exact situ (read entire article)
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By: Bette Daoust, Ph.D.
When is advice free and when should you charge for it?A question is often asked as to when to charge for information. This is not an easy question to answer as it really depends on the situation. If y (read entire article)
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By: Dave Lavinsky
Many people ask how many graphs or charts they should have in their business plans. As with most other business planning questions, the answer is “it depends.” This article discusses the key facto (read entire article)
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By: Brian Lambert
Unfortunately for all buyers, each selling organization and their individual sales professionals are unique and often require immense amounts of energy to build a relationship with. This keeps buyers (read entire article)
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