Category Archive for: ‘Growing Your Business’

  • The Importance of Client-Contractor Relationships

    The Importance of Client-Contractor Relationships

    by Yanina Rosario | April 16, 2019 Many business owners may think they know their clients well after doing a standard Clients Needs Analysis or a Marketing Mix Analysis, but how much insight do these types of evaluations actually offer? I recently attended a special […]

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  • The Simple Guide to the Balance Sheet

    The Simple Guide to the Balance Sheet

    by Bill Burnham | February 22, 2019 Though many business owners are aware of and can navigate through a profit and loss statement or an income statement, there are still many who do not have the same level of knowledge when it comes to the […]

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  • Organized Retail Crime: What It Is and Why You Should Be Concerned

    Organized Retail Crime: What It Is and Why You Should Be Concerned

    by Bill Burnham | February 22, 2019 Almost everyone is familiar with the term shoplifting. According to the National Association for Shoplifting Prevention (NASP), “there are approximately 27 million shoplifters (or 1 in 11 people) in our nation today, and more than 10 million people […]

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  • Avoid Tax Time Sticker Shock

    Avoid Tax Time Sticker Shock

    by Bill Burnham | February 22, 2019 Many business owners are surprised when they realize how much they actually owe the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) when tax time rolls around. Whether out of ignorance or neglect, this is often the result of a failure to […]

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  • 5 Tactics to Scout Your Competition Like a Pro

    5 Tactics to Scout Your Competition Like a Pro

    by Bill Burnham | August 17, 2018 In sports, competition is a given. The best coaches and athletes spend an extraordinary amount of time studying their competitors. Game film is studied endlessly to learn the other team’s tendencies, their strengths and weaknesses. Self-scouting is done […]

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  • Things to Consider When Hiring Your First Employee

    Things to Consider When Hiring Your First Employee

    by Pat Gordon | March 30, 2018 You’ve been through all the initial challenges of opening your own business. You created a business plan, calculated your costs and pricing strategy, and opened a business bank account. You decided on a business name, researched your target […]

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