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Small Business Opportunities

[ 0 ] May. 1, 2008

Home: Where the Money Is

In the late 1980s and early ‘90s, Mark Armstrong was a CPA working in the small-business division of one of the country’s “Big Five” accounting firms. Working with small-business owners every day, he soon recognized a common thread among them. “I saw that they weren’t any smarter than I was, but they all shared the […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 1, 2008

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[ 0 ] Mar. 1, 2008

Making Money? Child’s Play!

The statistics certainly cause one to take notice: Sixty-five percent of mothers with children six years of age and under are in the labor force and more than 70 percent of single mothers have jobs outside the home, according to a 2002 study sponsored by the National Child Care Association. According to the same study […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 1, 2008

Innovative Growth

For an entrepreneur, the idea of taking your innovation and sharing it with someone else—let alone a large corporation—can be an intimidating, if not daunting, task. Which company would be the best partner? How do you ensure you’re protected from a legal perspective? How will you benefit? If your goals are to take your product […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 1, 2008

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[ 0 ] Jan. 1, 2008

Prevent Identity Theft

Forty years ago, few people could have predicted that identity theft would become as big an epidemic as it is today. Few could have imagined the importance of taking mail to the post office instead of leaving it in our mailboxes for pickup, the thought of shredding documents before throwing them in the trash, or […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 1, 2008

Blue Print For Profit

Next to marrying his wife Trudy, the late Ward Britt often said, the smartest thing he ever did was take her advice. At his wife’s gentle prodding, Britt made a dramatic—and surprising—career change in 1953: He gave up his position as postmaster of Winter Garden, Florida, and bought a lumberyard. Great decision! “Mother said people […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 1, 2007

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[ 0 ] Nov. 1, 2007

Fast Track To Success

Twenty years ago when Cincinnati businesses needed a package delivered locally ASAP, oftentimes the only option was to call a taxi and cross your fingers. That was common! Courier services represented The Great Unknown. But in 1986, three guys who had been childhood buddies and were now in their mid-20s started catching the eyes – […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 1, 2007

Up, Up & Away

For years Walt Schoonard breezed along as a distributor of kits for radio-controlled model helicopters, but then he ran into a snag: He was selling the kits faster than the manufacturer could make them. Desperate to stay in business, Schoonard and his son Tim took matters into their own hands—literally and figuratively: They started manufacturing […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 1, 2007

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[ 0 ] Sep. 1, 2007

Getting Digie With It

Stats show that US businesses are making more than 1 billion photocopies each day and spending more than $25 billion a year to file, store and retrieve paper documents. In many cases, records and information systems often represent 50 percent of the total cost of doing business.? “With the technologies that are available today, it […]

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