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[ 0 ] Jan. 2, 2013

Get The New Year Off To A Stylish Small Business Start

Newly Launched HAND Stylus Features the World’s Smallest Tip Eco-Friendly Stylus Provides Superior Precision and Accuracy for Touchscreen Users With the popularity of tablets and smartphones growing exponentially with no sign of slowing down, the revolutionary, yet eco-friendly HAND Stylus (MSRP $29.95) is determined to replace user’s dirty, bulky fingers when it comes to using […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 31, 2012

3 Ways To Reinvent Yourself & Your Small Business For 2013

Time to Reinvent Yourself? How to Re-Strategize for 2013 By: Dr. R. Kay Green Have you met your strategic goals for 2012? 2011? 2010? Have you experienced Recession, Bankruptcy, or Downsizing? With 2012 now behind us, planning personal and professional goals for 2013 has become a priority for people in business and entrepreneurship. The fourth […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 24, 2012

3 Key Resolutions For Your Small Business In 2013

By Jerome Byers, head of Citibank Small Business Bustling holiday shoppers are a welcome sign to small business owners across the country and they’re also a signal to start thinking about resolutions for the New Year. To pick a resolution that will pack your shop or increase orders all year through, it’s most effective to […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 20, 2012

SBOMAG.com & eBay Small Business Center Join Forces

Did you know that Small Business Opportunities magazine and our website, sbomag.com, are leading content providers to the eBay Small Business Center? Other providers are the United States Small Business Administration and the IRS. Here’s the link: http://cc.ebay.com/small-business-info/

[ 0 ] Dec. 18, 2012

Togo’s Franchise Boosts Oregon Expansion

Togo’s, a “West Coast Original” since 1971 serving up big, made-to-order sandwiches stuffed with the freshest ingredients, is aggressively targeting Oregon for expansion. The San Jose, Calif.-based sandwich chain has fueled its development plans based on recent success of its Oregon franchisees. Togo’s aims to open 25-30 restaurants throughout Oregon in cities such as Portland, Eugene, Hillsboro, […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 13, 2012

Visionary Eco-Preneur: Grant Lundberg

Grant Lundberg is the grandson of one of the original co-founders of Lundberg Family Farms. Grant oversees more than 16,000 California acreas of organic rice fields that produce a wide variety of syrups, risottos and rice cakes. Eight of the nine company board members are in the Lundberg clan.

[ 1 ] Dec. 12, 2012

Eco-Friendly Fashion

Savage Designs(TM) has released its first fashion and beauty collection including a complete line of ready-to-wear designs made from wild plant materials like stinging nettles, milkweed fibers, among other plants and Medicinal Clothing which has been infused with highly concentrated, wild medicinal plant dyes. The line includes the first, all-natural, organic hair extensions, Jungali DreadsTM […]

[ 0 ] Dec. 6, 2012

Small Business Visionary Eco-Preneur: Steve Ells

Former chef Steve Ells opening his first burrito business in 1993. He continued to fine-tune his operation until it blossomed into Chipotle Mexican Grill. He is meticulous about sourcing fine ingredients that are grown naturally in a sustainable way. His efforts have changed the fast-food industry forever.

[ 0 ] Dec. 3, 2012

Cash In At Home With A Small Business

75 businesses you can start for under $500! Make a mint and be your own boss!

[ 0 ] Dec. 3, 2012

Small Business: Streamlined & Simplified

By Karen Mills, SBA Administrator As Administrator of the SBA, I have the opportunity to travel around the country meeting with small business owners and entrepreneurs. As you talk to these men and women, and walk the shop floor of their facilities, you understand exactly why America’s small businesses are the economic engine of our […]

[ 0 ] Nov. 28, 2012

Is Your Small Business Weather-Dependent?

If rain or snow brings your bike rental business to a halt, you need to branch out and  some fun nylon windbreakers, rain gear and umbrellas in your kiosk, stand or bike rack business. Don’t let weather slow down your earning power. Think of an option for that rainy–or sunny–day.

[ 0 ] Nov. 28, 2012

Lower Your Price?

A customer comes into your shop or fills out your website information form and requests a lower price. Should you do it? Not without getting a benefit in return. Sure times have been tough and customers expect to get the world, but some negotiation must take place.  You can offer a lower price if they […]

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