It isn’t always possible to predict when disaster will strike. It’s important that you and your business are prepared for when the worst does happen.
We live in an era where of behemoth transnational corporations, but there is still room to compete with the big boys if you know what you’re doing
More often, businesses fail because their owners didn’t act correctly in various respects. Learn how to recognize how you are failing your responsibilities.
If your first attempt in starting a business went bust, it doesn’t mean you shouldn;t. Here are tips to make your second business attempt successful.
We are living in a more competitive environment amidst unstable economic and political certainties. Learn the ways you can recession-proof your retail business.
No business owner wants to think about facing disaster, but each should be prepared for one. With the right planning, catastrophes from fires to floods can be reduced to substantial challenges on the long road of ownership. Follow these tips to be prepared. Prepare an Evacuation Box Purchase a lockable “evacuation box” to hold important […]
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 […]
The success or failure of your small business is all on your shoulders! Learn 10 quick and easy strategies to increase sales and profits even when the economy is bad
Why is it that 80% of companies that are able to survive the first five years of business will usually fail in the next five?The secret is that they innovate and make themselves obsolete.
What can a business do during a slow time that makes work lives meaningful and increases customer satisfaction while not upsetting the budget?