Monthly Archives: June 2011
All successful entrepreneurs will tell you that an essential ingredient to operating a profitable business is remaining optimistic. You encounter many doubters when you start a business. They are quick to point out the inevitable obstacles for a new corporation. Optimism allows you t persist despite these confrontations.
Some businesses absolutely require hiring personnel at the onset of operations. You don’t need a lot of experience managing people in order to start a new corporation with employees. But you do need to prepare for making a group of individuals with diverse skills into a functional unit.
A fact of any parent’s life is that children quickly outgrow their clothes when the goods are still useful. Fortunately, there’s no need to wastefully throw out used clothing. This is the idea behind hand-downs discarded by growing older siblings. When the right size of younger family member doesn’t exist, a parent resorts to clothing [...]
Saygent claims to provide the world’s smartest voice response and analysis product. The company’s software as a service offering uses voice patterns to figure out customer emotions. Saygent is a fairly new business that was started in 2009.
It might make you uncomfortable and seem a little unethical for a lack of better terms, but any event, good or bad, large or small is a business opportunity for some. Is it any worse than profiting on a person’s death? All of these are value judgments that individuals can answer but the latest legal [...]
The essence of a successful business is enthusiastic confidence. That’s what drives the sales for your new corporation. When you test your business idea on others, you need feedback in order to develop your strategy.
Attendees of the South by Southwest festival last March in Austin received a preview of the mobile computing tool offered by LiquidSpace. The company’s product allowed users to locate WiFi workspaces around Austin. Following that promotion, LiquidSpace has developed permanent operations in the San Francisco area.
Just when we start to see some improvement in the small business lending environment, another report emerges appearing to indicate that very little has changed. The United States Small Business Administration recently released a survey showing the amount of money lent to small businesses has dropped not only in the first quarter of 2011 but [...]
Most small businesses falter rather than thrive. From inception, they struggle to survive, struggle to pay the bills and sadly, many small business, in fact most, will ultimately close their doors. It doesn’t have to be that way, though.
If you’re a blogger, you may have turned to online outlets to make some extra income or to earn your living using the Internet. You may also be offering your expertise free of charge as a way to help others but your act of good will may land you in court and spending thousands of [...]