Looking to Improve Your Fitness Club? We Have Some Advice!

Are you effectively managing your fitness studio? Since a fitness studio centers on customer service, it’s important to maintain a hands-on approach.

Documenting Your Workflow: How and Why

One of the 7 Business New Year’s Resolutions we recommended last month involved documenting your workflow. Putting each step of your workflow into writing (or recording it in some other fashion) can make a big difference in how smoothly your company runs.

Selling Fragile Products? 5 Tips for Shipping Them the Right Way

Whenever you box up and drop a package off at your local shipper, from that point on, you can only hope that the item will make it to its destination in one piece.

At What Point Can a Small Business Use an In-House Marketing Specialist?

When a small business owner first starts out, it’s often possible to drive at least a little bit of business without too much marketing. But, if you do everything right, you’re rapidly going to find yourself in a position where you have too much to do.

Popular Misconceptions of Retailing

Countless misconceptions exist concerning today’s retail industry, and we want to air them all out and explain why they’re false. When it comes to a misconception about the retail industry, it’s important to make sure that no information slips under the cracks.

US Restaurant Sales Expected to Increase in 2014

How is your restaurant looking for the 2014 forecast? Multiple media outlets have been reporting that U.S. restaurant industry sales are projected to go beyond $683 billion in 2014, which would be an increase of 3.6 percent from 2013.

Expanding Your Company: 5 Tips Every Business Owner Needs to Consider

As a business owner, the best way to make more money is to generate more business. But isn’t that the question of the year? How as a business can I grow my customer base and in turn make more profit?

Is Your Business Ready to Go International?

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.

5 Ways for Small Businesses to Expand on a Budget

Small businesses are hamstrung by limited funds, a handful of employees, and a limited capability to actually expand to reach new markets. Because of this, thinking of new, cheap alternatives to increase sales is crucial.

4 Bookkeeping Tips for Small Businesses

If you know what’s happening to the cash flow in your company, you can make decisions that will improve profits and cash flow long term. Here are three easy small business bookkeeping tips that will save your sanity and help you get started.

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