Compensation is top of mind for entrepreneurs. BizBuySell recently surveyed entrepreneurs asking why they want to start a small business. Fifty two percent reported that they were seeking better income opportunities.
True coffee aficionado and small business owner Matt Ramsay has passionate coffee drinkers on his mind every day.
Recently, Forbes reporter Moira Vetter interviewed Sean O’Malley, the co-founder of SmartBiz. They discussed the challenges entrepreneurs face when seeking funds and how SmartBiz is the solution, offering low-cost SBA loans through a fast and easy process.
Small business owners are often familiar with the role credit plays in getting their company started, but what about when you’re up, running, and open for business? Both personal and business credit can play a significant role in your short- and long-term business objectives.
Does your small business have a business plan? It can be very helpful as you establish and run your enterprise.
“A business continuity plan is an essential factor of a small company’s long-term success and will contribute to the community’s economic recovery in the aftermath of a disaster. ”
Just a few short years ago, Bryan Tracey was Vice President of Engineering at a technology company in Wisconsin. These days, the busy dad is running a wildly successful e-commerce company out of Southern California.
Are two heads better than one? When it comes to a small business partnership the answer can be a resounding “yes”.
When you start a small business, you might need to obtain specific licenses and permits from federal, state, and local government.
When asked how your small business is doing, the best way to show success is with a balance sheet.
With the explosion of alternative lenders offering small business loans, there is a plethora of funding options out there.
Are you considering crowdfunding to help launch or grow your business? At first glance, this sounds like an easy and exciting strategy to fund your dream.