4 Simple Ways to Get Started on Your Branding Strategy

Good branding is essential for every business, no matter how big or small. Your branding strategy tells your customers exactly what they can expect from products and services, how your company differs from its competitors, and how they perceive your company overall.

Franchise Decision: Big or Small?

There are franchises with thousands of locations, and there are franchises with just a few dozen… or a mere handful. Jan-Pro cleaning service, for example,...

5 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Location for Your Business

When deciding where to locate your startup, there are a number of factors to consider. With no clear right or wrong answer, I've put together a list of questions to ask yourself when choosing a location for your startup.

How True Entrepreneurs Make Themselves Accountable

Everyone seems to like the aspect of being an entrepreneur that goes with "being your own boss" and "able to do things my way." But sometimes they forget that this kind of freedom comes with a price of personal accountability. Accountability means "the buck stops here," and "all the failures are mine."

Stop Struggling. Start Succeeding.

If the thought of making your own schedule, creating your own business strategy, and operating a business according to your own values and goals...

Lessons from the Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery

Jamaican-born Lowell Hawthorne's recipe for entrepreneurial success has been to offer West Indian natives living in the U.S. a taste of home.

Business Centers Make a Perfect First Office

In a recent post entitled "The Home-Based Business: Basics to Consider" the author states that over 52% of all businesses in the USA are...

Where is the Best Source of Early Stage Investment?

If you have been following our recent insights, you’ll be up to speed knowing that professional investors negotiate tough terms, from provisions of control...

How to Re-Build a Successful Team the Second Time Around

For the serial entrepreneur, it's hard to know whether to bring back the same team or start fresh for your second or third company. If you're building a team the second or third time around, here are some questions to ask before you start calling the original team back to action.

Revising the Root Canal Theory of Business Planning

For years I’ve lived with my own “root canal theory of business planning.” Do the Google search for that phrase and you’ll see that my previous...
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