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Archive for August, 2013

[ 0 ] Aug. 12, 2013

How To Make Your Store Holiday Ready

By Michael Peterson The holiday season is coming at us faster than Santa’s sleigh. If you are not preparing now for the holiday season, you are already behind the times. Stores last year started the selling season earlier, kept later hours and offered better deals. Did you? As hard as it is to believe, each […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 12, 2013

Lagging Loyalty Presents Opportunity for SMBs

By Zachary Hyman According to the customer centricity report from market research firm, dunnhumby, fast food retailers are neglecting the wants and needs of their customers. The survey ranks the performance of restaurant chains on what it calls the 7 Pillars of Customer Centricity — the attributes that are most heavily tied to a business’ […]

[ 1 ] Aug. 12, 2013

Meet Teresa Scott, Founder of Women’s World of Boxing

American Dream Entrepreneur Teresa Scott is the Founder/Head Coach, and Personal Boxing Trainer at Women’s World of Boxing. T. Scott offers group and private “technical” boxing training for women ranging in age from 15-62. A registered USA boxing coach, Scott founded Women’s World of Boxing to offer women a safe, comfortable and uplifting environment to […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 12, 2013

Engage New Workers After Their Initial Excitement Fades

Many workers start to become less engaged after their first six months at a job, Gallup research finds. Employers can reverse that trend by increasing recognition in the early days, ensuring that top leaders are engaging with workers and consistently measuring engagement results.

[ 0 ] Aug. 10, 2013

Startup Saturday: Trademark, Copyright or Patent?

Do you need a trademark, a patent or a copyright for your new venture? Here is a quick guide: What is a trademark or service mark? A trademark is generally a word, phrase, symbol, or design, or a combination thereof, that identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods of one party from those of […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 9, 2013

Key Small Business Issues To Be Discussed at IFA’s Public Affairs Conference

Join franchise business leaders on Sept. 16 and 17 in Washington, D.C., for IFA’s Public Affairs Conference to get the latest information from policy experts on the Affordable Care Act, tax reform and immigration, and meet directly with your member of Congress and share your top business concerns. You can also network with your legislators […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 9, 2013

Roll-Overs For Business Startups–401k Financing

Did you know you could start a business or franchise with your retirement funds tax-deferred and penalty free? Call your investment firm for more information.

[ 0 ] Aug. 9, 2013

Choice Hotels to Open 8 Locations in UK and Germany

Choice Hotels announced it plans to open eight new properties in the U.K. and Germany by the end of next month, adding to the company’s European portfolio that includes nine hotels opened in the U.K. and France earlier this year. “We are pleased to welcome these hotels to our network of European properties, which offer […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 9, 2013

Structura Body Therapies Sets Sights On 1000-Unit Milestone

Former business manager Martin Metzler decided to partner with functional movement practitioners Nancy and Jason Prince two years ago and start Structura Body Therapies, a massage company that hopes to reach 1,000 locations in 10 years, with plans to open as many as 20 units in North Texas within the next year. “It’s a unique […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 9, 2013

Poll Shows 1 in 3 Make Insurance Claims

A new poll by Wise Insurance Quotes shows that more than one in three respondents has made an insurance claim. More than one in three consumers has made a claim to their insurance company, according to a new poll by insurance news website Wise Insurance Quotes.com. The high volume of claims is blamed by the […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 8, 2013

Pawngo Online Pawn Shop Earning Big Bucks

Pawngo is the first full-service online pawn shop in the US and allows individuals immediate access to the cash they need for life’s countless unexpected moments without leaving the comfort of their homes. The secure, discreet online process enables consumers to conduct the entire transaction from the privacy and convenience of their own home. According […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 8, 2013

MomPreneur Makes Eco-Friendly Caps for Kids

Dots on Tots is a baby headwear company, specializing in baby & toddler ear flap hats made from natural, certified-organic cotton. The owner/designer of the company, Olivia Entin, holds a Master’s Degree in fashion design and technology and is a mother of two who knows the importance of natural and comfortable clothing for babies. Newborn […]

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