Here are four things every small business owner can do to finish 2014 strong.
The ability to sell a product, service or an idea to customers
and investors can help determine the difference between the success and
failure of a business. Understand and master the science of selling since it can help improve profits.
The holidays are the perfect time to network and reconnect with old
clients and colleagues that you have gotten out of touch with.
Internal communication is not something entrepreneurs are likely to find
as a line item on a budget, but it has a big impact on
The worst franchises have high initial investments, poor support from franchisors, little transparency and continuity, and negative growth rates.
There are structures and policies you can put in place that help your entire team perform their best, on a regular basis, and not all of these structures need to be formally written rules.
Letting an employee go is an unfortunate part of being a business owner. Find out how to avoid lawsuits and minimize drama.
Collaborative relationships emphasize mutual interests and bring people together.