Tag: How Your Business Can Survive
Starting a business is a tough endeavor, and every day is full of challenges. Learn how you can sustain your business in the first 6 months.
One of the most reasonable approaches to surviving an economic downturn is to slash all unnecessary business expenses. In their panic to save money, wild-eyed and frothy-mouthed entrepreneurs begin looking suspiciously at their marketing plans. On the surface, advertising cutbacks would seem to be a logical choice. Why Entrepreneurs Make the Mistake of Cutting Their […]
There comes a point in the life of any business owner when it seems like you are staring at a wall. Maybe sales have slowed to a crawl, maybe the work has become monotonous, or perhaps a few setbacks have happened recently. Whatever the cause, there may be a day when you are tempted to […]
To increase your startup’s odds of not only surviving, but growing and prospering for decades, you need to establish a strong foundation in the very beginning. Here are seven priorities for every startup’s first year in business.
The number one reason why most businesses (small and large) are failing today is: They did not recognize the need for a business transition nor did they manage the transition effectively. See, business leaders are told all the time that they need to change but it goes in one ear and out the other. And, […]
Is your bottom line sinking with the economy? Don’t put all the blame to a weakening economy. Instead, focus on what you can control and improve on these factors.
Parts of the global economy are still in recession. Learn the key factors to ensure your survival in an economic downturn and how you can prepare for it.
Afraid of the economic slowdown? Use these seven surefire strategies to immediately recession-proof your business. Learn business survival strategies
The world events, economic forecasts and poor bottom line are enough to dishearten any entrepreneur. Learn 10 tips for keeping your entrepreneurial spirit strong during these challenging times.
The arrival of a big conglomerate often serves as a kiss of death to small businesses. For how can you compete with these giants in the face of the vast technological resources, deep pockets, seasoned management, and the powerful brands of, say, a Wal-Mart or Home Depot?