Tag: business tips

Make Sure Your Business Has Top Notch Equipment

~by Kara Masterson~ .Regardless of the industry you work in, your business makes use of a wide range of equipment regularly in its operations. Equipment can be used to produce the products you sell, to boost productivity and efficiency, to keep workers safe from harm, and for a wide range of other purposes. Because of…
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6 Ways Your Business Can Save Money

~by Kara Masterson~ .In the corporate world, the major emphasis is usually on building sales, increasing profits and maximizing earnings per share. However, while generating revenue, many business owners overlook the other side of the ledger, which is minimizing expenditures to boost earnings. Luckily there are tons of things you can do within your business…
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More Advice for New Entrepreneurs from Fellow Entrepreneurs

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . I love helping other business owners find their way to success. And I know there are many other entrepreneurs out there who also want to be supportive of their fellow entrepreneurs. So a few months ago I asked members of my Facebook group, Women’s Entrepreneur Network, what advice they would…
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The New Role of Video in Modern Business

In today’s digital world, technology is growing at a rapid rate. Those of us in the film industry love to see the progress of technology and celebrate its use throughout a broad range of industries. And we’re beginning to see essential applications of film and video in the business world that are making a difference.…
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3 Simple Ways for Business Owners to Save Precious Time

~by Annabelle Smyth~ . Running a business ain’t easy. In today’s business environment there are more distractions than ever and there is so much information available, that it’s easy to get caught up in tasks that are a waste of time. Additionally, as small businesses continue to grow, more and more falls onto your plate,…
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How to Assess the Health of Any Business

~by Marlena Stoddard~ . Just because a business hasn’t yet closed its doors doesn’t mean it is in good financial condition. Some companies may be able to borrow money from friends, relatives or financial institutions to keep them going in the hopes that they will one day turn a profit. In some cases, the owners…
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How to Start a Business: 4 Things to Consider

~by Emma Sturgis~ . Ninety-six percent of all businesses fail within the first 10 years, according to Inc. While this figure may shock you, it should also make you more cautious as you prepare to launch your own business. That said, here are four things to ponder before opening your doors. Level of Expertise Be…
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Starting a Family Business? 5 Ways to Ensure Success

~by Lizzie Weakley~ . Running a family business can be as challenging as starting a business with an associate or former coworker, if not more so. There are personal feelings to consider as well as bruised egos. Plus, they’re people you love. And if you don’t have a plan in place, dissension can easily detract…
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How to Streamline Your Business’ Slowest Processes

~by Eileen O’Shanassy~ . There are some parts of doing business that simply move too slowly. As an entrepreneur or a bigger enterprise, knowing how to streamline and digitize processes keeps you in the clear. In this day and age, it’s more sensible to use technology than to do things manually, whether you are handling payroll…
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6 Tips for Improved Business Efficiency and Reduced Stress

~by Kara Masterson~ . Removing business inefficiencies translates into profits over the long term. Greasing the cogs of business operations, however, is easier said than done. Due to the nature of business operations being interconnected, it’s fairly difficult to modify some phases of the operation without negatively affecting others. Here are 6 tips for improving…
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