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5 Time Management Tips for Small Business Owners

Owning and operating a small business is by no means an easy task. There’s the constant pressure of having to win business, in addition to the hassles of managing the business’s day-to-day finances. Unfortunately, it’s the reality that most small business owners face and most, if not all, wouldn’t want it any other way. After all, the rewards of owning ...

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5 Things You’re Doing That Drives Your Loyal Customers Away

Most people starting a business for the first time are primarily concerned with one thing: building a customer base.  While that is vital to success, it isn’t the only thing to keep in mind, especially when thinking about the longevity of any business. In order for a customer-facing business to survive the long haul, it’s essential to not only build ...

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5 Ways to Make Your Business Stand out From the Crowd

Regardless of your political views, everyone will agree that there is no better example of the need to stand out from the crowd than the current slate of Republican presidential contenders.  With seventeen (at last count) individuals vying for the nomination of their party, there is a compelling reason for one candidate to stand out. You Must Stand Out It’s ...

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Top Five Things to Consider When Looking For a Business Loan

Starting a business, whether small or big, can be challenging and risky. It always comes with the utmost need for funding. When starting out, you can seek funding from investors. As the business grows, you can turn to other lenders such as credit unions or banks. Consider the following factors when looking for a small business loan to best suite ...

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Experiential Errors: The Biggest Marketing Mistakes

When it comes to the world of marketing, businesses are constantly striving to stay ahead of the competition. As the industry moves away from traditional promotional tactics and experiential marketing strategies continue to grow in popularity, guaranteeing you get the most out of your event is essential. From preparation to execution to follow up, every aspect of your event has ...

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The 21st Century Business Model for Executives

Although CEOs may not often be thought of as “lonely,” when concerns arise about an employee, sales trajectories, the economy, or how to handle any one of the dozens of problems they face each day, to whom does the harried executive turn? The CEO cannot confide in an employee, typically; seeking the advice of a direct competitor is also unwise.  ...

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Five Tips for Making Your Shipping System More Efficient

International trade today has been made possible by efficient systems for shipping goods and services across the state, across the country, and across the world. While these systems are all working right now, there is always room for more efficiency. Here are five tips on how to make your systems for shipping more efficient and profitable for your business. Tip ...

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Six Different Ways of Dealing with Your Angry Customers in a Call Centre

It does happen on regular basis where the angry customers express their anger and frustrations by aiming their complaints at the staff members. And if this is something that happens to you then you don’t despair. You are not just the one to be concerned by the raised voices and even a threat of their violent behaviour.  So try and ...

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The War on (Email) SPAM

Consumers today are in a perpetual state of battle with their email. For years, they have tried to prevent their inboxes from being overrun by an enemy that’s both ubiquitous and unavoidable – spam. Whether they are using their mobile devices, desktops or tablets, there’s no escape. Spam is everywhere. For many marketers, this poses an even bigger problem, as ...

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5 Phases to DIY Strategic Planning for Start-ups

When I work with business start-ups, one of my first questions is do they have a strategic plan? The reply I often hear is “We have a business plan, so why do we need a strategic plan?” So let’s start by discussing the clear distinctions between a business plan and a strategic plan… Business Plan vs. Strategic Plan A business ...

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