With the holidays just around the corner, it’s easy to overlook those end-of-the-year tasks that you need to take care of. That’s why right now, you need to pay attention to these five things and mark them off your list before December 31.
I’m guessing that for you, the fourth quarter means more activity, anxiety, and income than other times of the year. While you can’t bury your head from what is the busiest retail season of the year, you can be smarter about how you market for it.
Happy fall! The weather is getting cooler, the leaves are changing, and football is in full swing. This is also the perfect time of year for small business owners to take some time out to devote to their entrepreneurial endeavors. Here are 5 fall tips for small business owners to help you get your business organized for the rest of the year and prepare for 2015, which is actually right around the corner:
As summer draws to an end and Back to School season hits high gear, now is the best time to prepare for the upcoming holiday season! At DigiShopGirl Media, we have developed a holiday toolkit to make this planning easier.
For many businesses, summers tend to move slowly. The days are longer, the weather is nicer, and most businesses report experiencing a lull during the hotter months. While that’s not necessarily bad, it can still affect how a business runs.
Fourth quarter is the selling season between October 1st and December 31st where online retailers usually have the highest percentage of sales during the year. This has been historically true for retailers long before the internet came along, of course.
What if you first decided what profit you wanted in 2014 and then determined the revenues that you needed to generate those profits? What if you started at the bottom of your 2014 profit and loss statement and worked up?
Ah, Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, quite possibly the busiest shopping day of the year. Even if you’re not a retailer, read on. There are lessons here that can be applied to any business that experiences a “busy season.”
It is not unusual for start-up companies to encounter difficulties in managing cash flow. If you are worried about being caught short of funds, a business line of credit may be the perfect option for you. Here’s why.
Small Biz Club is the premier destination for small business owners and entrepreneurs. To succeed in business, you have to constantly learn about new things, evaluate what you’re doing, and look for ways to improve—that’s what we’re here to help you do.