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Branding Tools No Business Owners Can Survive Without

Whether you have been in business for a long time, or are just thinking about starting a business, you will want to make sure that you are building a strong brand so your potential customers see you all over the place and know about your offers. In today’s highly competitive marketplace, it is impossible to […]

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4 Things You Need To Know About Starting Your Own Airbnb Business

You may be seeing the increasing popularity of people using the website Airbnb to host guests to stay on their property.  Whether or not you’ve stayed in one yourself before, you’re probably familiar with the basic concept of how it works.  Users upload photos of their properties and guests are able to apply for being […]

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Should you start your own business?

Whether you’re just starting out or just looking for a career change, you may be asking yourself whether you should start your own business. Working for someone else is no longer the only option available to job seekers even those whom have recently left tertiary education. The advent of the Internet has changed the way […]

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How To Set Up Your Home-Based Business

While many people have thought about starting a home-business based on a talent or skill, only a few actually take the leap, leaving the security of a corporate job to do their own thing. If you’re thinking of starting a home-based business, either full or part-time, here are four preliminary steps you should take to […]

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Top 6 Cities to do Business in the USA

A brand new business needs all the help it can get, especially in the initial days as it tries to find its footing. The funding, the business model, the place you plan to do business etc., are all very important. When we set out to find the top 6 cities to do business in the […]

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97 Percent Of Businesses Fail, Break The Trend

If you’re thinking about starting a business you need to know that the cards are already stacked against you. Over ninety percent of new businesses fail in the first year. The owners of these companies can blame a number of different factors for these failures. But ultimately, if your company falls it will be you […]

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Don’t Let Money Worries Stop You Starting A Business

Have you been considering starting your own business? This is a dream that many people have, but few follow. Most are put off by the risk they perceive to be involved in this venture. In particular the money, they assume, they’ll need to put forward to get their company started.

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How To Start A Warehouse Business

The Internet has led to a huge increase in home-based businesses, and other companies that sell products on the web. Most of these firms do not want to invest the time and money to physically store products. This change has created a tremendous need for warehouse services. Consider the following tips for starting a warehouse […]

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Should You Hire a Virtual CFO?

Companies of all sizes can face multiple problems when they first start off and financial difficulties are one of the main ones. Managing finances when first starting up can be confusing and stressful for those who haven’t had to deal with it before and have a lot of other things to deal with, which is […]

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Raising Capital

It only takes one to see it! What you will face raising money for your startup. Raising money for a startup is a difficult and time consuming task that takes your focus away from scaling your business. But, it is a necessary function.

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Will your business survive to the next generation?

In the 30 or so years we’ve been working as specialists alongside family businesses one thing has become clear – only one-third of them will survive the transition to the second generation. And of that one third that gets through to the second generation, only one-third will survive to the third generation. That’s not very […]

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