There are always signs that your small business may be in trouble and at risk for going under.
Taking time to periodically assess your business can mean the difference in it being too late to fix the problems and redirecting your small business onto the right path for success.
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Personal finance expert and author Linsey Knerl tells AllBusiness.com about the best ways for home-based businesses to save money while building a fully functional home office.
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Planning is a crucial part of setting up a business. Apart from knowing the kind of business that you want to start, you have to plan where you will set it up. Location will determine the success of your business, so you need to know which cities are best in which to start a business. Here is a short list of U…
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Even people who seem the most put together are struggling to fit in or find their path. Here’s the story of one young entrepreneur’s often-tense startup journey and her tips for how to cope.
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Inc.’s Editor in Chief Eric Schurenberg reveals why the longtime series is always compelling and dramatic read.I had coffee on a recent morning with an entrepreneur, as I often do. What struck me about this founder, an enthusiastic Ohioan named Austin Allison, was how unremarkable his remarkable story was…
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When I made the transition two years ago from working with a 100 year-old organization — one I had called home for almost eight years — to working with companies sometimes less than 100 hours old, I assumed I would see tremendous differences.
In my early career, I had experienced the textbook definition of outdated management thinking that centered on hierarchy and lack of trust…
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Back in the day, it was possible to build a word-of-mouth following for your small business, simply on the basis of offering stellar products and exemplary customer service. Those days may not be entirely behind us, but certainly, developing a strong reputation is harder and more complex than ever before…
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