Category: Entrepreneurship & Small Business

How to Eat an Elephant, OR How to Get Things Done

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . As you might have guessed, I am not really talking about having elephant as a meal. Maybe you’ve heard that joke about how to eat an elephant? The answer: You eat an elephant one bite at a time. It’s good advice, not just for eating an elephant, but also for…
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Entrepreneur Interview – Zerah Capili

Zerah Capili works as a Creative Coordinator for Hope for the Heart and Soul Foundation a NGO based company that introduces children especially the underprivileged ones about arts and crafts. She is also handles her own business called “Sapinsapin Tanzan”.  Her products are mostly handmade that ranges from different quirky knick knacks. She consign her…
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4 Easy Money-Saving Solutions for Your Office Space

~by Meghan Belnap~ . Take steps to control the cost of your office space so you can maximize your profits and operate an efficient business. Regardless of whether you own or rent, you can use the following tips to make sure you spend as little as possible on overhead. 1. Split the Bill  Office space…
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Entrepreneur Interview – Rebie Ramoso

Rebie Ramoso  makes it her mission to uplift the lives of artisans in underprivileged communities through training, livelihood and just trade.  A co-founder of Quarkus, a social enterprise and product design studio, Rebie, with the help of her team, celebrates the ingenuity and craftsmanship of Filipino artisans through innovative bags and accessories; and provides them…
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How to Start a Junk Car Business

Everyone wants to be their own boss. The 9-5 p.m. office grind working for someone else can be wearying. For car lovers, starting a junk car business can be a dream career move. If you’re prepared to hustle for clients, you can earn a very comfortable income. The business relies on slim margins. People with…
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4 Tips for Supplying Your Small Business

As a small business owner, you might find that you are always buying things that you need within your business — and those small purchases add up! If you are wondering if there are any easier or more efficient ways of doing this, consider these tips for supplying your small business with the necessities that…
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How to Get More Done in Less Time

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . Most people wish there were more hours in a day. I once opened a problem ticket at my old job to ask for more hours, but somehow that request was denied.   If I can’t get more hours in a day, then I want to certainly get more stuff done…
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How to Help Your New Restaurant Succeed

~by Dixie Somers~ . Owning a restaurant can be a profitable business, but certain measures should be taken to guarantee its success. Nearly 60% of restaurants fail during their first year after opening. To avoid becoming one of these statistics, check out the following tips to learn how you can succeed in this exciting business.…
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3 Great Ideas for Starting Your Own Business

  ~by Emma Sturgis~ . If you’re like many Americans, you’ve dreamed of starting up your own business. After all, America is the land of opportunity, and the entrepreneurial spirit is still very strong in this country. Thanks to new technology, it’s easier than ever to set up and run your own business, whether locally…
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5 Tools to Save Cash and Improve Economic Output

The days of your executive assistant remembering all of the details of every invoice, project or work flow might be over. Now, you have powerful resource management software at your disposal. Business, marketing and HR leaders use the best resource management software to optimize economic output. Compare features and find one that fits your business…
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