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 like most people starting a first business, you are spending too much time procrastinating. Sure, there are some necessary preparations. But these are not so overwhelming that you should experience inertia at actually doing business.
If you’re considering starting an LLC, now may be the perfect time according to a recent study of the Young Presidents Organization.
John Henry Newman said, “A man would do nothing if he waited until he could do it so well that no one could find fault”. Anne Wilson Schaef said, ”Perfectionism is self-abuse of the highest order” yet somebody else said, “practice makes perfect”. What does the young or inexperienced entrepreneur have to learn from these […]
Yes, you read it right. If you’re a business owner, the federal government will pay you to hire unemployed workers. By learning about the HIRE act, businesses that were wary of hiring new employees in this tough economic environment can rest easier.
Sure, it may cost some money but taking up a cause as a way to reach customers has helped to boost sales for businesses in all industries. Find out how you can give back to your community while making the outpouring of money a way to boost sales.
Entrepreneurs operating all business types have expressed some key areas of concern, and a recent survey reveals a few common requests business owners have for the U.S. Congress.
According to a new survey, executives and small business owners in San Francisco are more confident in the future of the region’s economy than they have been in the last five years.