If you are running a business, contracts are an essential tool to understand the duties involved from each party. Contracts are needed to level expectations, state the deliverables, and specify each of the parties’ responsibilities. It is also a means to control your costs as the business owner. But whether you are using contracts for your service business, for your suppliers or advertisers, the key question remains: Do you update your contracts?
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Recession may be over, but times remain challenging, especially for small businesses. To survive these uncertain times, here are some strategies to consider to grow your business.
Entrepreneurs and small business owners need to consider how they can broaden their local base? What can you do to make areas outside your home market feel like your own turf? Does it make sense for you in your industry to dip your toes in two local ponds?
Sometimes you’re presented with opportunities that allow you to gain new markets, grow your business and increase your income. But with excitement and anticipation comes fear and trepidation. Here are some things that can help you overcome the fear of doing something new.
The bookstore industry has been hit hard by the changing times. Bookstores are slowly disappearing, and the industry climate remains dim and challenging. Learn how Mitch Kaplan’s Books & Books bookstores are coping – and surviving.