Maine Secretary of State Charlie Summers is exploring the possibility of offering an online corporate monitoring and notification service to help business entities combat corporate identity theft. Continue reading “Maine Evaluating a Corporate Monitoring Service” »
The office of the NV Secretary of State announces the Governor’s Conference on Small Business 2012. Continue reading “Office of The Nevada Secretary of State Open for Business” »
If you’re like most entrepreneurs, you’re startup could use more money. You haven’t opened your doors yet but your plans require more money than you have so you’re going to have to pinch some pennies. Here are a few ways to cut some expenses and save money before your business opens. Continue reading “Four Ways to Pinch Pennies When Starting Your Business” »
You know the saying—“nice guys finish last”, but as an entrepreneur that probably isn’t the case. Sure, you have to be an astute negotiator and a salesperson who is willing to work for the sale but there are plenty of reasons to be known as the nice guy (or woman) to your customers. Continue reading “Why Nice People Finish First as Entrepreneurs” »
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Retiring from work is not what it used to be. Longer life expectancies translate into a couple of decades or more of retirement…and not just for individuals who retire young. Making productive use of free time during retirement has led many people to start new businesses. Continue reading “New Jersey Couple Invests in New Venture for Fun and Profit” »
While working long hours as an investment banker in London, Anna Jerstrom would relax for a moment by imagining herself on a surfing trip. Her love of surfing began on a vacation to Costa Rica in 2009. Jerstrom decided to try the sport that year by attending a surfing camp. Continue reading “Former Investment Banker Leaves the Rat Race to Start Surfing Apparel Business” »
A well-know perk of working in Silicon Valley is the food spreads that companies provide for employees. Private chefs at the large organizations assure that meals are available so workers don’t have to leave the corporate campus. A smaller startup operation can’t afford a chef on staff, but still must attract employees by offering the same free food benefit. ZeroCater has arrived to conquer this problem. Continue reading “Feeding Busy Workers Becomes Big Business for New California Company” »
Entrepreneur Discovers That a New Company With a Novel Product Can Compete Against Established Brands
Entrenched market brands don’t deter someone with a bright idea from starting a new company. An ideal example is Sabrina Guillebeaux, the creator of Claspies. She incorporated a business after deciding upon the catchy name for her cleaver style of underwear. Continue reading “Entrepreneur Discovers That a New Company With a Novel Product Can Compete Against Established Brands” »
By adding a little flavor to an old product, an entrepreneur can attract customers to the offerings of a new business. This technique is widely utilized by the creators of innovative restaurant cuisine. Recently, manufacturers of new foods and beverages are using flavorful choices for appealing to consumers. Continue reading “Creators of Innovative Food Products Start New Companies Around Their Concoctions” »