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[ 0 ] Jun. 5, 2014

Five Keys To Developing Personal Power

Develop your personal power. By Lynda Chervil Personal power is a core leadership competency that everyone needs to develop before they can lead others. It has to do with being able to lead yourself. “Personal power is the ability to achieve what you want,” according to Frederick Mann, a successful entrepreneur and author of The […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 5, 2014

Do You Suffer From Gadget Hoarding ?

According to a recent business survey by used electronics marketplace uSell.com, 68 percent of U.S. residents suffer from ‘compulsive gadget hoarding.’ To calculate the percentage of gadget hoarders in the U.S. business community, uSell.com asked 1,000 Americans — including many business executives, sales people, and entrepreneurs — how long they keep devices they no longer […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 4, 2014

Female Entrepreneurs Need Support

  Female entrepreneurs need more support to develop their businesses worldwide according to a just released study by Dell. The study on female entrepreneurs is called Dell2014 Gender-GEDI Research. ·         The United States, Australia and newcomer Sweden named best places for female entrepreneurs ·         Policymakers need to do more; more than 75 percent of countries […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 4, 2014

Eight Reasons To Create A Startup In Maine

Eight great reasons to create a startup in Maine. By Jess Knox, Lead organizer of Maine Startup and Create Week (June 12-20) Quality of life. Maine is an amazing place to live and do business. It’s one of the safest states in the nation, family friendly, and with access to oceans, mountains, lakes, and rivers. […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 4, 2014

Polymer Technologies Celebrates 25 Years

Polymer Technologies Inc. Celebrates 25th Anniversary. Once just an entrepreneurial business, Polymer Technologies now celebrates 25 years of technological expertise, innovation, and industry leadership. A leading manufacturer of noise reduction materials, thermal composites and molded foam products for the manufacturing industry, Polymer Technologies Inc. celebrates a quarter century of technological innovation and superior engineering. Polymer […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 3, 2014

Doc Popcorn Expands Into Japan

Doc Popcorn Opens First of at Least 10 Locations Planned for Japan. Fresh-Popped News: Franchised Popcorn Retailer Expands Into Asia Doc Popcorn -innovator of fresh-popped, kettle-cooked popcorn – continues to increase its franchise footprint overseas with its first location set to open in Japan. Nearly three months after the master franchise agreement with FS Planning […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 3, 2014

Small Manufacturers Don’t Deliver On Time

In a survey of small U.S. small manufacturers conducted by business software provider Exact, half of the respondents said they failed to deliver some percentage of customer orders on time last year. The top five reasons for not meeting delivery expectations were: “Many of these issues are all too familiar to small manufacturers, but they […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 3, 2014

1&1 MyWebsite Maintained By Experts

Imagine if you could affordably have a team of experts run your small business website for you. Thanks to 1&1 MyWebsite Maintained by Experts, you can! According to Yodle, 53% of SMBs still do not have a website for their business. Entrepreneurs and small business owners can’t devote time to this business necessity. 1&1 Internet […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 2, 2014

Swapdom — Matching People & Goods

Petros Georgopoulos is a successful entrepreneur and launched Swapdom (www.Swapdom.com) last fall. Before the term ‘sharing economy’ even existed, Petros was creating companies that helped people use resources efficiently. With Swapdom, he aims to efficiently match up people looking to trade goods. Using an algorithm he designed with his brother and co-founder George, Swapdom creates […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 2, 2014

Are You Running A Business Or Hobby?

Are you running a business or hobby? By Aaron Young A lot of small businesses start out as a hobby. It’s a perfect transition for most people. I mean, if you are going to put the time and effort into running a business, it might as well be something you love. You find a passion […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 2, 2014

Three Steps To Prevent Data Breaches

Three steps small businesses can take to prevent data breaches. By Ted Devine These days, major data breaches seem to be a daily news story. Between breaches at retail giants like Target and massive bugs like Heartbleed, small-business owners may feel as if they have little or no control over their customer data or network […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 2, 2014

Three Startup Success Tips

Three startup success tips to help new businesses see the big picture. By Steven E. Ducommun When starting a new company, it’s easy to focus entirely on the business you are building, but it’s also important to make sure that you see the big picture .  Here are three areas to keep covered to ensure […]

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