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 […]
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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 […]
By Stan Craig The full-page ad in a recent Sunday edition of The New York Times stated boldly that $60,000,000 was received in 2012, over $1,000,000 a week by a variety of recognized charities and community causes. The ad was not from a charity or fund-raising organization. It was from one of America’s largest retailers […]
Welcome to our first installment of Startup Saturday! Each Saturday we will present a small business idea for you to consider launching in your own community. It will be up to you to determine if the business is right for you and if it can generate enough revenue in your region. Today our featured Startup […]
Are you eager to start a business that you can run from home, your car/van or backyard but don’t know what biz to start and how to get it up and running? Join us for our new Saturday web feature: Startup Saturdays. Each Saturday at 8 am EST we’ll post information about a hot business […]
GoBankingRates.com is a national website dedicated to connecting readers with the best interest rates on financial services nationwide, as well as informative personal finance content, news and tools. Go Banking Rates collects interest rate information from more than 4,000 U.S. banks and credit unions, making it the only online rates aggregator with the ability to […]
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 […]
Nearly half of small businesses expect their financial health to improve in 2013 and are confident that sales will increase over 2012, according to a new survey recently released by TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®.The survey also found that nearly one-third of small business respondents plan to hire at least one employee in the […]
CrowdIt (www.crowdit.com), the crowdfunding site for the “New American Dream,” is launching an entirely new approach to crowdfunding with a clear mission – to extend beyond just funding by incorporating much-needed expert advice, peer review, collaboration and business networking into the core functionality of the site. CrowdIt differs from other sites, because it focuses on […]
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.
At first blush, QR codes would appear to offer nothing but upside. A quick scan of a mobile device across an odd-looking square symbol, and the user is presented with your company’s landing page, how-to video or promotion. No wonder QR Codes have proliferated in the past couple years, and are now found everywhere from […]