Wall Monkeys is a premium wall decal printer based out of Washington D.C.. Wall Monkeys founder, Jason Weisenthal started the company in 2009 by himself, and has grossed $1.2M in sales in 2012, with projected sales for 2013 to reach over $2M. Jason owns 100% of Wall Monkeys, and the company has zero debt with […]
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If you are planning to sell goods, you will likely need to obtain a seller’s permit, usually from the tax or revenue department of the state in which you are doing business. As a requirement of obtaining this permit, you will be obligated to collect sales tax on goods you sell, and periodically submit those […]
We’ve rounded up 10 businesses you can start for $100 or less. With a home-based launch, you’ll save on overhead. We present these small business concepts as food for thought. Conduct your own due diligence research to determine if the enterprise could work in your region. Charge what your market will bear. You don’t need […]
The Women’s Business Exchange has been serving working women since 1979, dedicated to expanding the wisdom, influence and leadership of women in the workplace, whether they are in business for themselves or part of a larger organization. http://www.wbex.org. In celebration of 35 years, WBE is hosting a Where Inspiration Leads Gala Dinner Event on September […]
The purpose of Spendology(TM) is to empower individuals and businesses to make better financial decisions. A recent Gallup poll indicated that only 32% of US households have a budget. Instant Budget(SM) enables advisors and planners to help their clients quickly create a personal monthly budget. Instant Budget(SM) enables advisors to help their clients create a […]
Preparing a business plan is a good idea no matter what business you are pursuing. It will help you answer all the questions you have about the business you are launching. The first step is to come up with the Company Description. What business will you be in? What will you do? Mission Statement: Many […]
According to a recent University of Phoenix® survey, more than half (51 percent) of working adults in the U.S. either currently own or want to own their own business. Of those working Americans who do not currently own their own business, 41 percent hope to do so in the future. “Being a business owner isn’t […]
Did you know the US Federal Government buys nearly $100 billion worth of goods and services from small businesses each year? Government contracts can offer significant opportunities for small businesses, but selling to the government requires a very different approach than selling to the commercial sector. SBA has created a series of free online contracting […]
100+ franchises to launch now with no experience needed. Franchising is a way to “be in business for yourself, but not by yourself,” according to the International Franchise Association. Celebrating 50 years of excellence, education and advocacy, the International Franchise Association is the world’s oldest and largest organization representing franchising worldwide. IFA’s mission is to […]
The new Ryobi Backpack blower brings professional power to your small business. The blower features an extra large 42cc engine and variable speed throttle to make quick work of the toughest of clearing jobs. Learn more at www.ryobitools.com.
Startup Business Owners Optimistic About Growth in 2013, Kauffman/LegalZoom Index Shows Entrepreneurs’ confidence reaches the highest level since the quarterly survey was initiated Early-stage business owners’ confidence is climbing, according to the first-quarter 2013 Kauffman/LegalZoom Startup Confidence Index, released today by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and LegalZoom. Eighty-four percent of entrepreneurs said they are […]