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[ 0 ] Sep. 9, 2015

PIP Printing Celebrates 50 Years

PIP Printing Reaches 50 Years Business services franchise started as a single printing location 50 years ago in Southern California Franchise Services, Inc., celebrates the 50thanniversary of the PIP Printing brand. The first Postal Instant Press (PIP) was opened in 1965 by Bill LeVine who founded Postal Press in 1943 and built it into one […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 8, 2015

The Pizza Press Is Heating Up

The Pizza Press Grows Franchise Program With Announcement of New Locations The fast casual, build-your-own pizzeria franchise is set to add 15 new locations to its list before close of Q4 The Pizza Press, a fast casual, build-your-own pizza restaurant, announces rapid franchise growth since the launch of its program in October 2014. With two […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 7, 2015

Angel Investors and Your Startup

Five Steps to Make Your Startup Standout to Angel Investors By Tom Walker CEO of Rev1 Ventures, The competition for early stage investors’ dollars begins long before any investor pitch. Simple steps can improve your company’s chances with angels and VCs – and can set your business up for long-term success. Pitching to Angel Investors […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 2, 2015

How SBA Can Help You Grow

  What does SBA offer to small business owners? The programs are many and varied, and the qualifications for each are specific. SBA can help facilitate a loan for you with a third party lender, guarantee a bond, or help you find venture capital. Understanding how SBA works is the first step towards receiving assistance. […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 2, 2015

Giordano’s Pizza Hits $110 Million

Giordano’s Famous Stuffed Pizza, a nationally recognized leader in the deep dish pizza industry, is continuing its expansion outside the Midwest, offering the exciting opportunity for those interested to open a franchise and become an integral member of the Giordano’s team in several cities across the U.S. Established in Chicago in 1974, Giordano’s is the […]

[ 0 ] Sep. 1, 2015

Start A Starscapes Business

Start your own Stargazing Starscapes Business. Remember stargazing as a child?  How awesome the sky looked?  More stars than one could ever count. We searched for constellations and gasped when we saw shooting stars!  It was relaxing and awe inspiring. Glorious and beautiful.  We were meant to see the stars — for so many reasons. Launch Your […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 31, 2015

Coaching For Success

Coaching For Success = More Profit By John Tschohl In organizations, people place too much emphasis on money as the only form of employee recognition. While salary, bonuses, and benefits are critical within your employee recognition and reward system – after all, most of us do work for money – think more broadly about your […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 26, 2015

PostNet Has Five Steps To Success

PostNet offers five step formula for business success. PostNet, the nation’s first Neighborhood Business Center, is tipping its hat to small business owners and the magic they make happen every day by revealing its top five tricks to reach target customers through direct mail. PostNet works closely with business owners every day to provide printing, […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 24, 2015

Your Social Media Strategy

Why You Shouldn’t Leave Your Social Media to a Niece or Nephew Or Your Son, Daughter or Even the Kid Down the Street By Jay York EMSI Public Relations It’s true that millennials are massive users of social media, but does that mean any young friend or family member has the background to be enlisted […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 24, 2015

Elevator Pitch Tips For Inventors

Inventors: 5 Do’s and Don’ts for Your Elevator Pitch By Nicole Lininger Director of Corporate Communications at InventHelp If you can sell your idea to companies or potential investors, your product could become the bestseller every inventor dreams of creating. A well-designed formal presentation can sell investors on your idea, but before you get to […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 17, 2015

Cleaning Up Your Facebook Page

Time to clean up your Facebook page?  Understanding the potential insurance ramifications of your social media profiles. By Reuben Dourte Account Executive Ruhl Insurance While it seems like most individuals have caught on that they should, at the very least, change the privacy settings on their personal Facebook page before submitting a job application, less […]

[ 0 ] Aug. 17, 2015

Time Management Strategies

A pro shares time management strategies for small businesses. By John Oechsle CEO/President of Swiftpage As a small business owner, you have a lot on your plate. You’re managing your business’ value in the marketplace on a daily basis while at the same time striving to maintain superior customer service and employee satisfaction. There’s a […]

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