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[ 0 ] Oct. 8, 2013

Six Steps To Grow Your Business

It’s tough trying to figure out why your company is not performing as it should. You have probably implemented policies and procedures specifically designed to improve business performance. Your employees surely are working as hard as anyone possibly could. And still the results are not there. What should you do? Carlos Pardo, CEO of CapApex […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 8, 2013

SBOMAG Roundup: Drew Williams’ 7 Step Guide To Feed The Startup Beast

Most entrepreneurs have great ideas for products and services, but they don’t know how to market them.  In fact, fewer than 5% of all startups ever achieve the growth they dream of.  Why?  Because they don’t focus on marketing their businesses.  And that’s not surprising, says serial entrepreneur Drew Williams, co-author of FEED THE STARTUP […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 8, 2013

Gov’t. Shutdown Costs $13 Million Per Day In Small Business Lending

The government shutdown is keeping $13 million per day in loan money from small-business borrowers, according to Beth Solomon, president of the National Association of Development Companies. “Loans are like oxygen in the economy, and we’re asphyxiating the economy with lack of capital,” she said.

[ 2 ] Oct. 7, 2013

Make Money Now!

Top 25 easy-launch businesses with great moneymaking potential for the New Year and beyond.

[ 5 ] Oct. 7, 2013

Spotlight On Kathy Wakile

Kathy’s growing empire hopes to bring out the “Goddess in Every Woman”

[ 0 ] Oct. 7, 2013

e-Relationships With Buyers Is Key To Small Business Growth

Small businesses are missing out on revenue, loyalty and customer engagement opportunities by not extending face-to-face relationships with consumers into the web and social media, according to a national survey of 3,000 consumers and small business decision-makers by Web.com Group, Inc. (Nasdaq:WWWW). Nearly 30 percent (850) of the respondents were small business decision-makers, allowing the […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 7, 2013

Seven Ways To Keep Young Sales Reps From Crashing and Burning

By Lance Cooper Millennials enter the nation’s sales teams as the most parented generation in history. Yet, they do not have the goals or plans to achieve compelling ambitions. Today, 20 million young men delay maturing until their late 20s and are without solid commitments and responsibilities guiding their lives. This leads to “helicopter parented” […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 7, 2013

Your Business Compliance Checklist

By Deborah Sweeney, CEO of MyCorporation.com It seems that 2013 is just whizzing by, and though we are rapidly approaching the end of the year, most small business owners are still staring at hefty ‘to-do’ list. It is extremely important to keep all elements of your business compliant and in good standing with the state […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 7, 2013

8 Factors To Consider When Starting A Small Business

When planning your small business launch, consider the following eight key factors: 1. Do you have the resources to hold out until your business starts making money? 2. Are you willing to leave your current 8 hour a day job to work 24/7? 3. Are you ready to take on tasks that could be dirty […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 7, 2013

Smooth, Speed & Accuracy Are Keys To Building Drive-Thru Sales

The best drive thru restaurants run like machines. Simple goals are met over and over: Orders go out quickly, the food is delivered fresh, and the right orders get to the right cars. But in the drive thru, pressure can run high and the smallest mistakes can prove catastrophic, backing up lines and spelling disaster […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 4, 2013

Retailers Take The Bite Out of Restaurant Sales

Lunch traffic at retail stores selling prepared foods rose 29% since 2008, a period that saw a 1% decline in midday restaurant traffic, according to an NPD Group report. The report forecasts a continuation of the trend — retailers’ sales of prepared foods is on track to grow 10% during the coming decade, while restaurants […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 4, 2013

The Rise of Generation Y

Gen Y workers — those ages 18 to 32 — are ascending into management positions fastest among today’s working generations, says business whiz S. Chris Edmonds. That makes it all the more important for companies to put appropriate training and development strategies in place. “First, organizations must accept the reality of this generational shift. Expectations […]

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