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[ 0 ] Mar. 18, 2013

Restaurant Rescue: 4 Tips For Saving A Failing Eatery

By Jared Isaacman We’ve all seen the restaurant shows like Restaurant: Impossible, Bar Rescue and Kitchen Nightmares that help restaurants resurrect their failing eatery, get out of debt and revamp to revive profitability. But, not every restaurant has the luxury or good fortune of being saved from failure by one of these so-called “reality” shows. […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 15, 2013

Planet Beach’s Automated Spa Concept Helps Chain Capitalize on Consumer Health & Wellness Demands

The day spa industry is a continually changing business. Rising customer demands have sparked significant increases in revenue and spa visits as consumers make spa services part of their regular personal wellness regimens. Planet Beach, the creator of the contempo spa concept and leader in self-automated spa services, has been on the forefront of this […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 14, 2013

1&1 Helps Companies Score Points with Google

More and more Americans use search engines to find local businesses and services on the Internet. So far, smaller companies especially could only minimally benefit from this trend because they have not optimized their website for Google and other search engines – that is why they can remain almost invisible to potential customers on the […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 13, 2013

Ticket Summit Closing Gala Returns to The Bank in Vegas

Ticket Summit®, the leading conference and trade show for the live entertainment and ticketing industry, announced that its signature Closing Gala will once again be held at The Bank, a chic and modern nightclub located within Bellagio Resort Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV. The Closing Gala will be held on Friday, July 19, […]

[ 2 ] Mar. 11, 2013

3 Things Employers Should Know About The Affordable Care Act

By Meredith K. Olafson The Affordable Care Act will help small businesses by lowering premium cost growth and increasing access to quality, affordable health insurance.   Depending on whether you’re a small employer or a larger employer, different provisions of the Affordable Care Act may apply to you as described below. 1.  Businesses with Fewer than […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 11, 2013

5 Tips For Employers: How To Find Good Employees

By Christian Twardawa of Paessler Good employees are a scarce commodity. But what do companies do to find qualified individuals? Many companies resort to searching desperately. We are constantly looking for good employees as well, but we have realized that desperation alone just isn’t enough. Based on my experience, I would recommend the following five […]

[ 1 ] Mar. 11, 2013

Suzanne Browne’s 5 Tips For Entrepreneurial Success

By Suzanne Browne I never really set out to be an entrepreneur. Instead I set out to be successful. Success to me means understanding the value of things, not the price.  The value of hard work, honesty, trustworthiness, courageousness, belief and boldness is priceless. So whether you are a stay at home mom or a […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 4, 2013

Scambook’s Tips For Craigslist Users

Scambook, the online resolution platform dedicated to obtaining justice for consumers, recognizes that Craigslist offers great deals, but there are safer ways to utilize these local classifieds and reduce the risk of being scammed. Whether consumers are buying, selling, or browsing, scammers are always thinking of new schemes to defraud users that can lead to […]

[ 0 ] Mar. 4, 2013

Why Work Doesn’t Happen At Work [Video]

Why Work Doesn’t Happen At Work Jason Fried has a radical theory of working: that the office isn’t a good place to do it. In his talk, he lays out the main problems (call them the M&Ms) and offers three suggestions to make work work.

[ 0 ] Mar. 4, 2013

5 Ways To Make Your Calendar A Marketing Tool

How to stay ahead in business: make your calendar your new marketing assistant Want to ensure you do all the things needed for marketing and communicating your business’ progress? Put it on your calendar – Today! There are many things that you can turn into repeating events, such as social media posts, email campaigns, blogging, […]

[ 0 ] Feb. 25, 2013

NFIB Infographic: Small Business & Credit

The National Federation of Independent Business owners has put together an interesting infographic on small business and the credit conundrum. (You can drag the graphic to your desktop and save.)

[ 0 ] Feb. 25, 2013

5 Steps To A Memorable Presentation: T.H.I.N.K.

Memorable Presentations Require You To T.H.I.N.K. By Kevin E. O’Connor, CSP Too many presenters say things like: “I know you can’t read this but…” “This is pretty dull stuff so I’ll try to get through it quickly.” “You may be bored by my presentation today but it is really important.” “Let me tell you a […]

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