It only happens to the big companies, right? While that may have been the conventional thinking in the past, cybercrime is finding large businesses, government institutions, and even individuals as its victims and as the Internet becomes increasingly integrated in to our daily lives, cybercrime continues to become more widespread.
As a small business owner, you may be tempted to build your business by yourself but if history is a guide, it won’t work. You need a team of people to help you as you grow but many entrepreneurs aren’t used to working with other people. Your small business needs consultants.
In 2010, one of the top political buzzwords of the year was “small business growth”. Washington is very interested in seeing small business grow and expand as part of the broader economic recovery and because of that, numerous stimulus-type actions were taken in 2010 in the hopes of stimulating small business growth. Did it work?
What does a snowball fight and networking for your small business have in common? Apparently a lot if you’re a New York City tech startup trying to make a name for yourself.
Too many people believe that because health insurance is expensive, it’s a luxury. This is not just a misconception, it’s a mindset that could doom your business before it gets off the ground.
The Federal Reserve reports that for the first time since 2008, banks have increased credit for three consecutive months, July, August, and September of 2010. This is welcome news for the entrepreneur hoping to get a small business loan.
If you’ve just started a business and you’re wondering how to use small business social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook, you’re not alone. There are right ways, wrong ways, and ways that are a waste of time.
You’re a small business owner and your newly incorporated business is ready to make a statement in your community. You’ve heard about Facebook, Twitter, and online advertising but you don’t know how to use them or even if you should. How should you use the internet as a marketing tool?