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[ 0 ] Sep. 12, 2013

Getting A Resale License Or Seller’s Permit

If you are planning to sell goods, you will likely need to obtain a seller’s permit, usually from the tax or revenue department of the state in which you are doing business. As a requirement of obtaining this permit, you will be obligated to collect sales tax on goods you sell, and periodically submit those […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 11, 2013

SBOMAG ROUNDUP: New Tool For Kitchen Solvers’ Franchisees

Kitchen remodeling franchise Kitchen Solvers has adopted a new business management software platform designed to help its franchise owners more efficiently manage marketing and sales and gauge advertising success. The platform, designed by franchise software developer FranConnect, “will provide a big boost to franchisees, helping them make more sales,” said Kitchen Solvers President Gerry Henley. […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 11, 2013

Event Management Announces the 2013 New York Business Expo & Conference

The Ninth Annual New York Business Expo & Conference (NYXPO) is again expected to draw more than 10,000 business owners and executives to a full day of exhibits, educational seminars and unlimited networking. The largest and most comprehensive business conference in the Northeast, NYXPO will take place from 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 11, 2013

Molly Maid Is Cleaning Up In Florida

Molly Maid, the nation’s largest residential maid service company, is seeing strong performance from franchise owners throughout the state of Florida and is expecting to open at least 10 additional franchise locations within the next 12 months. Currently, the company has 23 franchise owners throughout Florida, one of the largest presences for the brand in […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 11, 2013

Keep Your Store Shelves Stocked — Even During Low Sale Seasons

Even if you can’t afford the merchandise, keep your stores shelves stocked. You can always follow the lead of Arthur Blank and Bernie Marcus of The Home Depot. When the store first opened in 1978,  they didn’t have enough money to stock the warehouse store setting. They called their suppliers to help them “dress” the […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 11, 2013

Potbelly Files To Go Public in $75 Million IPO

Chicago-based sandwich and salad chain Potbelly has filed for an initial public stock offering that could raise up to $75 million. The company, which reported 2012 revenue of $274.9 million and profits of $24 million, plans to use the cash it raises in the IPO for working capital and dividends.

[ 0 ] Sep. 10, 2013

Don’t Miss Out On A Chance To Get A Free Website Makeover!

SBOMAG.com and 1&1 Internet Celebrate Banner Anniversaries With Website Makeover Offer Small Business Opportunities magazine, celebrating 25 years of publishing moneymaking ideas for entrepreneurs, and leading web hosting company 1&1 Internet, proud to announce their 10th anniversary in the U.S, is offering a free website makeover! In today’s business world, a professional website can be […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 10, 2013

SBOMAG ROUNDUP: Old World, New Money For Alef Sausage

A construction engineer in his native Russia, Alex Mikhaylov delivered pizzas after immigrating to the U.S., eventually becoming a store manager. Although his new country offered a broad range of ethnic foods, Mikhaylov noticed that something was missing: No one in the U.S. was making one of the traditional delicacies he remembered from Eastern Europe: […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 10, 2013

Cinnabon President Out To Build “World’s Greatest Brand”

Baked goods chain Cinnabon is building its brand on a three-pronged approach that includes opening more franchised units, partnering with other chains including Burger King and Taco Bell to offer Cinnabon-branded products, and developing packaged goods, president Kat Cole said. “We’re building the world’s greatest brand,” she said.

[ 0 ] Sep. 10, 2013

David Oreck: How Entrepreneurs Can Grow & Prosper In Any Economy

Stop Discounting! Start Selling! For more than seven decades, David Oreck has been successfully marketing products to the American consumer. He took his little startup vacuum company and turned it into a household name and not by relying on big advertising or slick sales pitches. He understood that the customer does not want to be […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 10, 2013

Use Local Business Schools As Your Workforce

If you run your small business anywhere near a business school or university, look into having the students write your business plan, design your logo, conduct a survey of your customers, or handle analysis of  potential new products. The students often work for free and they receive course credit for doing so. Call the Dean’s […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 9, 2013

Subway’s Success Story Started With A Single Sandwich Shop

Subway co-founder Fred DeLuca’s success story starts when, at age 17, he opened his first sandwich shop as a way to put himself through college. Last month, the chain marked the opening of its 40,000th store.

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