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Tag: "SBOMAG ROUNDUP"

[ 0 ] Jan. 24, 2014

Will Tablets Replace Restaurant Servers?

Restaurants across the country have been rolling out tabletop tablets recently. In doing so, these businesses have been improving the overall casual dining experience for everyone involved – guests, servers, and operators alike – resulting in increased guest satisfaction, efficient staff and growing revenues. Ziosk put together the following info on tabletop tablets vs. servers. […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 10, 2014

SBOMAG Roundup: 10 Cheapest Fast-Food Franchises

Interested in starting a fast-food business? Consider one of these least expensive franchises. Startup costs and contact info is listed: Papa John’s Pizza Pizza, fast-casual restaurant $15k www.papajohns.com 502-261-4844 7-Eleven Convenience store. $31k www.franchise.7-eleven.com 800-782-0711 Sertino’s Coffee Coffeehouse $40k www.sertinos.com 800-311-3930/503-224-6199 Cin City Donuts Mini-donuts, coffee $40k www.cincitydonuts.com 866-491-5987/604-940-0988 Filta Environmental Kitchen Solutions Mobile on-site […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 8, 2014

SBOMAG Roundup: Fifteen Questions To Ask The Food Franchisor

Thinking of buying a food franchise? They are superhot and popular moneymakers. Before you take the plunge, study this list of questions to ask your potential franchisor: Ready to contact a franchisor in the food industry to discuss become a franchisee? To make sure the ‘fit’ is right, ask the franchisor the following questions: o […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 7, 2014

SBOMAG Roundup: Opportunity Knocks For Personal Chefs

According to The United States Personal Chefs Association, there are opportunities for 25,000 personal chefs to be employed across the U.S., but there are only 5,000 personal chefs active around the globe. Many chefs prefer the “personal chef” route because they can set their own schedule, create their own menus, work when they want and […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 9, 2013

SBOMAG Roundup: Debt-Free Is The New Sexy

Little more than a decade ago, Mark Pentecost was a small-town high school teacher and basketball coach aching for a way to get out of debt and have more time to spend with his wife and children. Little did he know that, within a decade, his startup venture would become a half-billion-dollar enterprise and give […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 6, 2013

SBOMAG Roundup: How To Start Your Own Embroidery Business

You can start your own embroidery business even if you have no experience and can’t draw a straight line. EmbroidMe will help you launch and grow: EmbroidMe 2121 Vista Parkway West Palm Beach, FL 33411 561-640-7367 www.embroidme.com Key Personnel: Ray Titus, CEO Mark Johnson, President Tony Foley, International Director Ty Thomas, Vice President / Sales […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 5, 2013

SBOMAG Roundup: Air Freshener Scents For Men

Rick Wasserman, John Bleeden and Todd Durston , the co-founders of Archer Air Superiority, got tired of all air fresheners smelling girlie. These three ad guys realized there was a hole in the marketplace and decided to create niche products that would appeal to men. After joking about the possibility for six weeks, they launched […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 4, 2013

SBOMAG ROUNDUP: Health Care Franchises Are Hot Moneymakers

Founded in 1966, Interim HealthCare Inc. is the nation’s oldest health care franchise. There are more than 300 independently owned franchise locations  in 43 states that provide nursing, therapy and non-medical home care, home care hospice and healthcare staffing. Interim’s independent franchisees employ 40,000 health care workers and provide nurses, therapists, aides and other health […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 2, 2013

SBOMAG ROUNDUP: $100,000 A Year Cleaning Parking Lots

Business owner Brian Winch has been cleaning up for nearly 30 years. He cleans up litter material from parking lots, sidewalks and surrounding landscapes at all types of commercial properties. Business has been booming for years in spite of economic ups and downs. He’s also teaching others how they, too, can own a profitable parking […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 18, 2013

SBOMAG Roundup: Five Leadership Styles: Which Are You?

According to a recent study on bosses and leadership, there are five different leadership styles. Some bosses have a gruff, “tough love” approach; others are nurturing mentors, hard-working single-minded leaders or “country clubbers” who get things done by networking and charming those around them. Whatever your natural style, you’ll achieve more if you’re able to […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 17, 2013

SBOMAG Roundup: Six-Figure Income Selling Homemade Pickles

Lynnae Schneller, a lifelong pickler turned her family pickling pastime into Lynnae’s Gourmet Pickles, a thriving commercial business. Since 2011, Lynnae has produced her savory pickles from her company headquarters in Fircrest, Washington, with sister-in-law, Aly Cullinane – Partner and VP of Sales. The duo has gone from selling 1,000 jars in the first month […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 16, 2013

SBOMAG Roundup: Five Key –And Free–Resources For Your Small Business

1. sba.gov : The United States Small Business Administration has a wealth of free information and resources on local, regional and national levels. Get to know their extensive range and use it. You can learn about startup tips, loans, grants, disaster programs, marketing, webinars and more. 2. commerce.gov : The United States Department of Commerce […]

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