For a small business or startup that relies on a fleet to deliver its product or service to its customers, cutting fleet management and operation costs can be one of the quickest ways to boost profits.
From managing budgets to communicating your mission, technology plays an important role in day-to-day operations of any business. But the investments in employee skills or hardware and software purchases are often easier to justify for businesses that can count on future income.
Negotiate, negotiate, negotiate! Whether you are a new customer or an old loyal one, if you open a conversation and negotiate with your suppliers or vendors, most of them will likely respond by lowering prices.
Can you imagine earning a paycheck of just $1 each year while living a comfortable lifestyle? Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and head honchos at other giant corporations around the world can. And they are taking just a buck per year for good reason—to help their efforts in reducing taxes.
Small and medium businesses and nonprofit organizations don’t always have the financial resources to pay for costly design tools. So, I compiled a list of seven of my favorite tools that are totally free.
I have mixed feelings about the “free” websites you can get from a number of online places. On the one hand, I certainly see the appeal for a small business on a budget. Then again, I do know what goes into building a quality website. I know what it takes to get one ranked well.
Many businesses consider renting equipment instead of purchasing it for all projects. There are many benefits to renting items, and businesses can enjoy all of the perks of having top of the line products without having to spend a fortune.
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