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  • Business Solutions: 7 Reasons to Use an E-Sourcing Service

    E-sourcing is an efficient and transparent software-based method used to issue tenders, to obtain bids and to conduct procurement-related negotiations. With a streamlined sourcing process that operates through a single portal, e-sourcing software offers buyers deep repositories of sourcing...

  • How to Lead: Whether or Not You’re in Charge

    Zappos.com, the online retailer of shoes, bags and clothing, made headlines recently when the entire company did away with job titles to facilitate a more holistic style of work and management. Zappos made its way on to Amazon’s ledger in 2009 for a cool $1.2 billion, so they must be doing...

  • Plastic Bags and Shoe Boxes: You Deserve a Better Business Filing System

    You need a good filing system. Your taxeswon't do themselves. And, as much as you'd like to admit, there's no way that you're going to keep all of this in your head. At the same time, you don't want to buy expensive software only to find out that you need to buy a million little add-ons to...

  • How to Grow Your Business on a Limited Budget

    My husband and I run a martial arts school. He teaches and I am responsible for day-to-day business operations. I’m also a full-time writer, on a freelance/contract basis. I’m going to be very honest with you. If I didn’t have a job writing, we wouldn’t be able to keep our doors open and...

  • 5 Email Marketing Tips for Small-Business Owners

    Email marketing is still an effective way for small-business owners to drum up sales without spending too much money — even in the age of social media. Make your email marketing campaign successful by keeping your emails easy to read and mobile-friendly. Don’t forget to target specific...

  • Marketing a Small Business

    A small business does not have to have a small attitude; the size of the business is irrelevant - it is still able to fulfil the needs of the company and the consumer, and it can hold a secure and successful position within the specific market place.

    The size of the business should...

  • Managing Stress at Work

    Nearly every person on the planet deals with stress on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. We are all trying to find ways to live, support a family, manage our finances and efficiently do our jobs. While there are some things that are more stressful than others, one thing that...

  • Staying ahead in business: A look at the latest fashion trends for women in business

    How you present yourself and what you choose to wear says a lot about you as a woman in business and also makes a statement about the business you run.

    Women who present themselves well from a sartorial elegance point of view will often enjoy that extra edge in business,...

  • Seven Questions to Ask about Your Website’s Design

    If you are starting a corporate webpage or even a family blog, you’re going to need some understanding of how to design it. There are a few things you will need to remember to keep users coming back to your site...

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  • When Your Business Booms, Prepare for Increased Costs

    Tidal Petroleum Inc. was recently quoted as saying “Global demand will always grow while supply will become more costly to produce.”

    Sure, they were talking about oil, but they might as well have been talking about shoes, books, cupcakes, consultancies, or any type of business product...

  • Business Intelligence: Not Just for Big Business

    For many small-business owners, the idea of business intelligence is something best suited to large companies. Your busy trying to keep your operation running – you have no need for a complex, large-scale intelligence platform that requires extensive knowledge to operate and offers information...

  • How to Brand Your Small Business With a Blog

    How to Brand Your Small Business With a Blog

    Many small businesses that bump along unnoticed for ages tend to look down upon brand building exercises as mere frippery – it’s something that big businesses with too much money do.

    In truth, though, the way...

  • 10 Essentials of Project Management

     

    Managing multiple projects, inter-company projects, or national or international projects is tough, no matter how capable project managers may believe themselves to be. Managing these projects can take a lot of your time and effort, so you'll need the right tools to help you...

  • Managing a Work-at-Home Business as a Single Mom

    Working from home is an option that many people, especially single mothers, are taking advantage of in this day and age. Working from home has become a way for mothers to find a way to earn an income from home while still being able to spend time with their children. Managing a work at home...

  • How to Create Your Personal Brand

     

    Creating a personal brand is a wise first step in building a career path that will be both enjoyable and a good fit for your interests, skills and personality. The concept behind building a personal brand is simple: When you know what makes you tick, what personality type you have,...

  • New Business for Spring

    While it’s true that starting your own business can make employment verification a little more difficult, it can really be worth your while if you know what you’re doing.  As we approach spring, it’s prime time to begin creating something of your own as many businesses tend to do much better...

  • Business Ideas to Pursue This Spring

    Women in areas all across the country are looking to get their feet wet within the world of owning and operating business. Many women become successful entrepreneurs after starting their own businesses or buy a opportunities and franchise business. If you are a woman looking to...

  • 5 Things to Consider Before Selling Your Business

    In these economic times, it is certainly understandable why you might have moments when you've considered selling your business; especially if you have experienced a couple of years where more money has been going out than has been coming in. Without a doubt, the pressures that come with being...

  • Top 5 Tips for Building and Maintaining Good Business Credit

    There are a lot of responsibilities that come with running a business. If you want it to be a successful one, a top priority would absolutely have to consist of building and maintaining good business credit. Although, on the onset, it may seem a bit overwhelming to do, it doesn't have to be....

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