Some aspects about operating a business are simply learned after getting started. There’s no special training for succeeding in every type of entrepreneurial situation. Success is a result of deploying commitment and establishing credibility.
You started with a dream and from there you formed a business plan, developed products or services, and even found a site for your new business. There’s only one thing left that you need: Money.
Newly released rankings by CNBC say that Texas is once again the best state in the country for business incorporation and growth.
Business confidence in Massachusetts rose into positive territory for the first time in more than two years, according to a recent report from the Associated Industries of Massachusetts.
According to the Small Business Administration, small businesses have created 64 percent of net new jobs in the past 15 years. Now, the latest report from Intuit’s Small Business Employment Index reveals that SMBs are continuing to keep the economy on track through making hires.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that sustained business formation rates will be essential to economic recovery. With this in mind, the state of Connecticut may be in dire need of startups soon.
Investment firm Popular recently announced that shareholders approved a proposal to amend its Restated Articles of Incorporation. The amendment will enable the company to increase the shares of common stock, which will slightly reduce the value of each shareholder’s ownership of the company.
Some say the economy is slow to recover, but if business owners’ optimism is any indication of the things to come, turnaround may come sooner rather than later. A recently released survey from the National Federation of Independent Business shows entrepreneurs’ confidence is at its highest point since September 2008.