Entrepreneurs who are willing to do or say anything, and bend the truth in particular, often end up paying dearly for it. And for more reason than one, honesty still remains the best policy.
For small business owners, the art of closing the “deal” can make or break a company. These research-driven steps can help you reframe your position in dealing with potential investors and business partners.
Reinvesting in your business is not only a less selfish move than hoarding profits; it’s good for your bottom line and the health of your business.
It was once said that a picture is worth a thousand words. But in the world of Instagram, it is worth a great deal monetarily as well.
To get the most out of your networking experience, small business owners should consider these five essential tips:
Disruptive technologies are emerging; business owners will need to change their practices to keep up with these emerging trends or risk getting left behind.
Most small businesses own written content (websites, promotional materials, a product such as a book or a song) or images such as a name, a logo, or a marketing tagline. These are all types of intellectual property, and it needs protecting to make it harder for others to steal your ideas or use them without your permission.