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Can you make more money from your consulting business by offering lower costs?
No, this is not suggesting that you cut prices on the services you already offer. But is it possible to develop new less expensive services for potential customers who couldn’t afford your current services anyway?
That Read More
For some of your company’s employees, the struggle may be very real.
Variegated data from 2008 to 2012 suggests that on a yearly average 8.7 percent of full-time employees between the ages of 18 and 65 have abused alcohol within the past 30 days; 8.6 percent have used illicit drugs in the past mon Read More
“To become the best, you must learn from the best.” That is the tagline for Schoolism’s new endeavor to make art education available and affordable for everyone.
Schoolism wants to offer art courses taught by seasoned professionals paid for with monthly online subscriptions instead of tuition. Read More
There are lots of kids’ toys that are also meant to teach.
Puzzles can teach children about shapes. Blocks often include letters, colors or animals. There are even plenty of tablet and smartphone apps aimed at teaching kids everything from reading to motor skills.
But now there’s another option t Read More
Business regulators in Europe believe that Google is violating antitrust rules there by forcing its Shopping results on users. Here’s a deeper look at the Google antitrust case and why EU regulators decided to act.
In April, the European Competition Commission filed antitrust charges against Googl Read More
Is your retail store suffering from your belief in common retail myths? InReality’s first “Reality of Retail Report” debunks some common beliefs about the state of brick-and-mortar retail. Here’s a closer look at fact versus fiction. Read More
Dell Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR) Elizabeth Gore recently spoke with Small Business Trends in an exclusive interview about what Dell has in the works for small business entrepreneurs, as well as what the company has planned for Small Business Week. Read More
Location, location, location.
The importance of a good location is one of the first things that many business people learn. But what makes up a good location can be different things to different businesses. It’s not always just about being centrally located or getting lots of foot traffic.
For ex Read More

Which State Is Best For Your Startup?

Which State Is Best For Your Startup? Avatar Posted by lyceum under Startups
From http://smallbiztrends.com 23 days ago
Made Hot by: businessluv on May 8, 2015 12:48 pm
So you’re finally ready to start that business of yours, but you’re not sure where to actually start, right? Don’t worry, you’re covered.
By the time you’re finished reading this post, you’ll be ready to walk out into the world a new CEO.
The most important first step, of course, is actually havi Read More
Optimism among small businesses about the national economy is up from last year rising from 42 percent in 2014 to 47 percent this year.
That’s according to the recently released 2015 Chase Business Leaders Outlook. For the annual outlook, JP Morgan Chase surveyed 2,000 small business leaders to fi Read More

Three Key Voluntary Policies for Women

Today 4 in 10 women are the sole or primary breadwinners for their families,¹ and they do more than twice the amount …
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Larry Keltto @Larry_Keltto Flies Solo in Entrepreneur Life

For Larry Keltto, entrepreneurship was a choice. After getting married in 1993, Keltto discovered the hours of a … More
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