Here is a very important advice of an experienced SCORE mentor on the importance of getting timely professional advice.
This blog is good for to share with your employees. Make them your partners and discuss the future of your business.
In this blog, Jay Gladney shares with pride how SCORE mentors help veterans to start and manage their small businesses. Veterans can learn about various resources available for them.
Business relationships sometimes end unexpectedly. And when that relationship is with your website partner, you might be left with an unfinished, unattended or hijacked site.
If you could put 50 successful entrepreneurs of all ages, from all walks of life, from all industries, in one room to ask them what’s the best piece of advice they’d give to a budding entrepreneurial start-up, here’s what you would get…
Many times you create a strategy for your business plan as a start-up and it gets filed away and never looked at again. Not good. In this video, business experts, Jesse Torres and Aaron Michael Sanchez explain how to create a successful business strategy.
When you hire someone to do work for you, you are entering in a contract of trust. You trust that the person or company that you’re hiring will do what they say they will do. And before you hired them, you did your research. You checked online reviews, you asked friends or family for a referral. (I don’t know about you, but I would only recommend someone whom I know and trust that they are reliable, and will do what they promise they will do.) How do you build that trust if you’re just starting out?
Personal branding means being known as the expert. Here are some ways you can become an influencer.
Credit card processing is an unregulated industry. It is electronically based with no short cuts. Pricing is the biggest area of misinformation.
In tech support, we love information. And we want to get our hands on as much of it as we can. Here’s why: The more information you’re able to provide us, the easier it is to quickly and efficiently solve your problem. Narrowing down the issue is always the hardest part. Once you discover the specific problem, the actual fix is easy.
It is true that security rarely actually adds anything to the bottom line of your company. There is usually nothing tangible to point at and say “We added X amount of $ to the company bottom line and thereby saved you that money". But on the other hand, you should contact your insurance company and see how much they can save you by hiring security officers or a patrol of your facility.
Have you begun to wonder if your business is ready to expand? It’s a tough question to answer. Even if all indicators point toward making this move, you don’t want to jump the gun. This is a big decision that will impact you and your company in a number of ways.