I hear it all the time... Small business owners are frustrated with their businesses and they don’t know where or how to start. You got into...
You’ve heard it all before: global cities claiming to be the ‘new Silicon Valley.’ The truth is that the Bay Area’s tech and startup...
There was a time when the international market was open only to large companies with the capital and infrastructure necessary to operate across several time zones. Today, technological innovations and emerging customer bases have not only made it possible, but desirable, for smaller businesses to go global.
Your business is only as good as the service you provided for your last customer. Inadequate inventory management can lead to delays or damaged products, leaving your customers dissatisfied and your opportunities for new business slim.
It is now a well-known fact that big data analytics can do wonders for small businesses. This new technology can help you gain useful insights from your data and make the right decisions to improve various aspects of your business. However, big data will only be beneficial if you know how to use it properly.
Quality control ensures products and services are delivered effectively and consistently at all times. Here are some tips on how to integrate quality control into each level of your organization.
If you implement the policies that prevent the same person from handling all the cash and banking functions, plus review receivables, payables, and your financial statements regularly, you will have a better chance to catch anything questionable early on.
Just because you are a "small business" doesn't mean you shouldn't be thinking big. Your plans for expanding your enterprise may include opening a second location a few miles down the road or increasing your product line, but you should also consider how you can take advantage of the global marketplace.
Having a good accounting system in place is essential in order for your business to grow to its fullest potential. Here is your blueprint for setting it up.
Somehow a packed calendar/agenda seems to be an indicator of our “success.” We live in a 7/24 world, we have more work than we...