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[ 0 ] May. 6, 2013

No Power Source For Your Small Business? No Problem!

Quiet, convenient, affordable power where you need it on the job (stadium or campsite). The Ryobi 2200 Watt Inverter Generator is ready for any occasion. The Ryobi 2200 is perfect for small businesses that work out in the field, in the garden, on any job site. And, don’t be caught unprepared this hurricane season, either.  […]

[ 0 ] May. 6, 2013

Brother’s Wireless Digital Color Printer Under $300

Brother International Corporation, a leader in small business technology, launched its new HL-3000 series of digital color LED printers that allow small businesses to produce professional-looking color documents at speeds up to 23ppm, giving them a competitive edge in the marketplace. The low starting price of just $249.99 makes them affordable to small business owners […]

[ 0 ] May. 6, 2013

Avenza: Mapping The Largest Balloon Event

Every year hundreds of thousands of people from all over the globe travel to Albuquerque, New Mexico for the largest international ballooning event. During this nine-day fiesta, guests are able to view hundreds of colorful and unique hot air balloons touring the skies over 350 acres of Balloon Fiesta Park. Because the event covers such […]

[ 0 ] May. 4, 2013

Startup Saturday: 25 Pet Businesses To Start Now

Love animals? Turn your passion into profit. Pet are now a $55.5 billion industry in the United States alone. You can join this mega-profitable group of business owners. You can start a business taking care of pets or creating a product or service for their needs. Advertise in your local newspaper, distribute flyers at local […]

[ 0 ] May. 3, 2013

Chains Weigh Pros and Cons of 24-Hour Operations

Restaurant franchisees stand to bring in more sales in some markets by operating around the clock, but they will also pay more in wages and overhead to serve a less-than-regular late-night clientele, experts say. Franchisees for chains including McDonald’s and Dunkin’ Donuts have dramatically increased the number of open-all-night outlets and Peter Riggs, vice president […]

[ 0 ] May. 3, 2013

Not Having A Business Plan Is Most Common Cause of Start-up Failure

Failing to plan for your business venture is one of the most common causes for start-up failures, it has been warned. According to business consultant Dr Warren Harmer, less than 5% of new business start-ups have a business plan and only 1% of entrepreneurs do any kind of ongoing business planning. “I can only attribute […]

[ 0 ] May. 3, 2013

40th Annual World Trade Day on May 16

Plug In to the Global Economy:  How Technology Impacts Trade How does technology impact international trade? And how can it help your small business? This year’s 40th Annual World Trade Day on Thursday, May 16, 2013 gives businesses the chance to ask just that and to discover how recent innovations in technology can facilitate their […]

[ 0 ] May. 3, 2013

SBA Helping Women To Get More Federal Government Contracts

Federal contracting with small businesses is a win-win.  Every year, the U.S. government awards nearly $100 billion in federal contracts to small businesses, allowing these businesses to grow their revenues and create jobs right here at home.  Meanwhile, the federal government gets the chance to work with some of the most responsive, innovative and nimble […]

[ 0 ] May. 2, 2013

Navy SEAL Starts His Own Adventure Racing Business

Special Operations Chief (SEAL) Brian J. Carney, a 13-year veteran of the U.S. Navy, has spent the majority of his career in the SEAL Teams. Recently separated from active duty, he has returned home to western Massachusetts to launch his own business. Navy SEAL Adventure Racing’s “Bone Frog Challenge,” created by Navy SEALs, is an […]

[ 0 ] May. 2, 2013

Martha Stewart Announces 2nd Annual “American Made” Program

This fall, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (NYSE: MSO) will present its “American Made” program for the second year, as announced by Martha Stewart today at the Smithsonian Craft Show. The artisanal fair and workshop will be held October 16-17 at Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall. “American Made” is a movement for individuals and communities that […]

[ 0 ] May. 2, 2013

Business Leaders Advise State Officials To Invest Strategically

As the California Air Resources Board (CARB) hears public comments on how to spend hundreds of millions of dollars in revenues from the Golden State’s clean energy law (AB 32), business leaders say state officials should grab the chance to widen California‘s lead in the global clean energy race. “Invest these funds strategically, and not […]

[ 0 ] May. 2, 2013

International Coach Federation Launches New Website, Blog

The International Coach Federation (ICF) has launched a new and improved website and blog at www.Coachfederation.org. “In order to enhance our global reach and improve our communication strategy, we needed to upgrade,” said Director of Brand Management Lindsay Bodkin. “The website and blog are key elements of ICF’s communication strategy. It’s essential that these reflect […]

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