Posts Tagged“business”

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Women have a very busy life. They often have a job, as well as at home responsibilities. No matter how emancipated the world has become, women still take on the lion share of housework. However, women are also fantastic at multitasking, and this makes them particularly suitable to run their own business. And the quickest and easiest way to do that, and successfully so, is by looking into a woman owned franchise. By starting a franchise, you will have all the backing and support of an established system, which means the complexities of starting a new business, and the risk…

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As the owner of a small business, you may be considering expanding through the acquisition of a competing or complementary business.  Or, you may be considering the idea of merging your business with another.  Either way, as businessman and entrepreneur Hans Eckhardt Tucson can tell you, one of the main factors to assure a successful acquisition or merger is your ability to retain the employees of both companies.  These are the people who know how the business is run on a day to day level, and who may have strategic skills or institutional knowledge.  Making sure that they feel invested…

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Opening a shop can be a very exciting time, once you have found your premises, arranged your initial financing and of course decided on what kind of shop you will have, it is time to start building for success. Running a shop is by no means easy and you will need to ensure that you are fully prepared to work hard in order to find and maintain clients as well as making smart decisions on how best to make money. First thing’s first however and it will be important that you create a solid foundation for your shop’s success, here…

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In order for your business to continue growing and keeping its revenue stream moving forward, smart decision making is critical. That said it is some of the simplest daily tasks in your business that can prove more challenging than you might ever expected. For example, do you and/or your team have lots of interactions with clients? If so, are they properly handled and tracked, allowing you and your staff to get the details right the first time around? Unfortunately, some businesses drop the ball when it comes to such daily but yet important tasks. When that happens, clients may become…

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Shutting down the business that you have operated for countless years? Whether the end has been brought about by a desire to do something different with your life, retirement, or by adverse economic circumstances, there are a number of steps that you need to follow before it can be legally closed. Mark Stiffler went through the same process last year, as he closed down his successful sales management firm after 25 years in business; if he can do it, so can you. Here’s what you need to do: 1) Settle all accounts receivable When you are in the process of…