Small Business Tips: Preparing Your Business for 2015
As the year’s end approaches, it’s likely that your plate is full with a list of things to do. Even though you’re busy, does that list feel a little incomplete—like you’re missing something? Here are a five small business tips and things to remember while preparing for a great 2015.Read more
Five Business Tools Every Small Business Owner Should Utilize
Most clients appreciate the more personable interaction available when working with small businesses as opposed to working with corporations. Though, as a small business it can be difficult to project and maintain the same level of professionalism as larger companies and still stay profitable.
If you’re a one-man shop or even a 10-man shop, it’s likely that you don’t need daily access to a spacious conference room, a hired receptionist, ...
Small business and entrepreneurship: How to Run a One-person Business
Not everybody is willing to take the leap to starting up a one-person business. Running a single-person shop means playing all roles—accountant, sales, customer service, receptionist, etc. And though it seems tough, it also has its major benefits. You’re free to schedule your own hours and have more flexibility in making time for other opportunities, such as vacations or personal appointments.
As your business demands that you play so ma...
The Pros And Cons Of A Physical Office [Infographic]
Thanks to today's technology, employees are able to work from home or on the go. As an entrepreneur, you have the same option with your business. Forego office leasing as well as equipment fees and increase the flexibility of your business with a virtual office. It is the best of both worlds. Don't believe us? Find out the pros and cons of a physical office with this infographic. You can also learn more in our blog post, "Small Business: The Pros And Cons Of A Physical Office."Read more
Three Ways Technology Levels The Playing Field For Small Businesses
With over 23 million of them in the U.S. alone, small businesses have become big business. And technology is making them competitive with larger, more established companies.
Think about how different people work today as opposed to ten years ago. IT costs to set up a domain and server? Gone. Now you can use your smartphone to access your email, share documents, videoconference, access your calendar and much more. And with mobile and virt...