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  • Was your business beaten by the recession or did your business beat the recession?

    With the world economy being one of the major points of focus in 2011 and without a doubt it will continue to be in 2012, businesses were faced with challenging times and had to make difficult business decisions to survive.


    From the book “Lessons learned from the...

  • Laws That Every Small Business Owner Should Know

    Most small business owners start a company thinking about how great it is to live in a country where a person with a professional dream can turn it into a reality through hard work and perseverance, and eventually realize a level of financial success that allows them to remain stable and...

  • Starting a Business? Top 5 Must-Haves

    Most people would love to start and manage their own business.  The thought of working for oneself is a dream for many adults.  But not everyone has what it takes to get a business venture off the ground.  There are a lot of pieces that have to come together in order to turn an idea for a...

  • Planning an Event to Promote Your Business

    When it comes to promoting your business, it may behoove you to wine and dine clients, prospective clients, and even the press if you want to get your name out there and increase your earning potential.  But you probably have a couple of competing goals in mind.  While you certainly want to...

  • Tax Incentives to Help Your Business Go Green

    You probably have a lot of personal incentives to make your business eco-friendly.  Likely you live and work in a beautiful community that you would like to preserve, not only for yourself and the customers that support you, but also for future generations of residents, including your children...

  • Women Starting Businesses Have An Edge

              The presence of women-owned businesses in the United States is substantial, but they still continue to represent a minority. Though the 7.2 million majority-women-owned businesses – 1.2 million of those women of color – are a significant force in the economy, a number of factors...

  • Women in Business

    Women are leading men when it comes to enrolling in college. The gender gap in higher education flipped a few years ago. As of 2010, 57% of college students are female, while just 43% are male. This new...

  • Securing a Trademark for Your Company Name

    When you start a business, there are several things you must do.  First, you need to come up with a business plan that will set you on a path to success.  Then you will likely have to secure financing to get your operation up and running.  You may need to hire employees and lease office space...

  • The Dos and Don’ts of Starting Your Own Business

    Starting a business isn’t as simple as setting up a lemonade stand; although Togo’s, for example, really did start with a college student serving sandwiches out of his house.  There are a lot of steps to be taken if you want to go from a light bulb over your head to running your own company. ...

  • How to Command Respect

    We all know people that we would describe as natural leaders. These people don’t even have to speak, yet they still command our attention. However, not everyone is fortunate enough to be born a leader and not all of us naturally exude confidence and authority. Is there any hope for us then?...

  • 5 Reasons you Should Reward Yourself When you Reach Your Business Goals

    Today’s woman goes into business for a variety of reasons: the desire to control her financial destiny, the need for autonomy, or perhaps the belief that her service or product will potentially enhance the current marketplace or make the world a better place.

    For some, it took many...

  • Blast Off Business Breakthrough with Allison Maslan

    Allison Maslan - a born entrepreneur and No. 1 best selling author of the book, “Blast Off! The Surefire Success Plan to Launch Your Dreams Into Reality" - will share the advice that has helped hundreds of others create thriving businesses of their own during a three-day seminar, The Blast Off...

  • The Importance of Being on Time and Meeting Deadlines in Business

    As a working woman you need to set yourself ahead of the curve in terms of professionalism. Having employers and clients taking you seriously is the first step to moving up the corporate ladder and achieving the success you desire. Getting your reputation to that standard is not an easy task,...

  • Why You Should Carry Business Cards with You Wherever You Go

    In the business world very little carries more weight than a well known name. A name that retains clout is priceless when it comes to acquiring licenses and retaining contracts. People always feel for comfortable around established names with professionals they have heard of. So how does one...

  • Joining Clubs for Career Women: A Great Way to Network

    Have you ever noticed that as an adult you have a much harder time meeting new people (especially other women)?  For one thing, you simply aren’t exposed to as many new people in your daily life as you were during your school days.  But even beyond that, women sometimes have a hard...

  • Organize Your Life with Project Management Tools

    These days, it seems like everyone is stuck in the conundrum of how to squeeze more usable hours out of a day.  There is simply more to do than we have time for.  Whether you’re a mom who works from home, managing a business and children at the same time; you run a small business with just a...

  • Is a Business Degree Really Worth It?

    The short answer to this question is: YES!  It is always worth your while to expand your mind, embrace knowledge, learn new skills, and earn a degree.  Many employers don’t necessarily even care what you have a degree in (although, of course, a related field is generally preferable).  They...

  • Loan Application: 5 Common Mistakes Made by Businesses

        Applying for any type of loan requires you to jump through all kinds of hoops, but it can be especially difficult for a small-business owner who is just starting out (or even trying to expand an already thriving operation).  Think about it this way; when you buy a home, there is instant...

  • Manage Your Inbox with Email Archiving

    Working In A Large Corporation Equals Email Overload

    When you are an executive in a large corporation, managing copious amounts of email is part of your job description. You must keep track of tasks, know which projects are in process and respond in a timely manner...

  • How to Deal with the Stresses of Working in the Business Industry

    Do not let your anxieties get the best of you in the business world. It is important to know how to handle your anxieties and stresses. As a result, here is a list of techniques and suggestions on what to do in managing your business stresses and anxieties.

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