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Worst Naming Practices: What to Avoid When Naming your Business

Your brand name establishes the foundation for every one of your future branding attempts. It needs to create a point of connection between yourself and your audience, and it should explain who your business is and what is represent. Just as a solid name can help the success of your brand, a poor name can…
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Entrepreneur Interview:Brenda Miller

As a child,  Brenda saw her mother run a successful beauty salon.  Now, she reaches out to other business owners to improve their operations. 1. What is the name of your business? What does your business do? My business is called Chinook Enterprises, LLC.   I  help small business owners with various products and services.  David…
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Know The 3 Types Of Business Management Most Used

Being a manager means managing and controlling efficiency and productivity to achieve the desired results. Regardless of the model that the company, the objective of business management will always be one that keeps the group united toward the same goal. To achieve or even exceed expectations, the manager must work with planning, analysis and commitment.…
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8 Steps To Finding The Perfect Mentor

Many entrepreneurs take on the challenge of spearheading their ventures head on because they want to be their own boss. It takes guts, vision, and a lot of hard work, but once you achieve success, it’s worth it. But one thing many aspiring and young entrepreneurs don’t think about is taking part in a mentorship.…
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Top 10 New Business Ideas You Should Consider

~by Lizzie Weakley~ . Starting a business can be intimidating for even the most seasoned of entrepreneurs, but one shouldn’t feel intimidated even if it’s their very first endeavor. There are a lot of business ideas that are relatively simple and straightforward, as well as concepts that can tie into a unique, quirky interest or…
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4 Tips to Organize a Successful Employee Health Fair

A health fair is an excellent way to show employees that you care about them and their well-being. It’s also a great way to help you build the kind of work culture you envision for your workplace. Regardless of the size of your company, you can easily host a worthwhile and educational health fair for…
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5 Tips for Women in IT

Information technology has been one of the fastest growing fields since the expansion of the technology industry in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. However, IT is notorious for being a discriminatory boys’ club — a trend that contributes to the longstanding pay gap. Although female leadership and diversity in general is paramount to…
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Entrepreneur Interview: Emily Kil

Emily Kil is the owner of Eco Bear Biohazard Cleaning Company – a company that provides biohazard, unattended death, suicide, crime scene, and homeless encampment cleaning services in Southern California.  She operates the business with her husband Raymond Magno, a veteran of the Coast Guard and commercial Alaskan salmon fisherman.  They met while she was…
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5-Step Guide to Starting Your Own Business Successfully

Deciding to start a business is an exciting, pivotal moment in an aspiring entrepreneur’s life. It’s also when the real work begins to turn an idea into a profitable business model. There are many different ways you can approach the business launching process. In this five-step guide, we’ll cover how you can start planning and…
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5 Ways Leaders Can Motivate Employees (and Themselves) During Difficult Times

The recession in the late 2000s and early 2010s brought out the worst and best in others. Numerous industries were affected and thousands of businesses across the world were forced to shut down. Due to the economic downturn, the suicide rate dramatically increased signifying the fact that a lot of workers and entrepreneurs did not…
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