These are just a few of the reasons to consider bringing in a consultant. Many consultants will provide a free initial consultation so that you can determine if a consultant is right for you. Read More
Small business failure is worth considering. Though by definition here at bizSugar we often share small business success stories, tips and encouragement for those either in small business or considering entering it, the other side of the coin must always be considered. In this post, the Small Business Labs blog looks at the inherent bias of small Read More
Small business should work where ever possible to get its piece of the economic stimulus package. Read the attached story from the Santa Monica Mirror about a workshop held in Southern California to keep local small business aware of what's available. Economic stimulus money in the billions is circulating to fund various projects. Contact your st Read More
The online freelance community Elance has introduced "The New Way to Work" contest and the passing of Labor Day here in the U.S. seems the perfect time to mention it. In fact, it seems only fitting to thank John Jantsch of Duct Taping Marketing who first drew my attention to this cool contest with a post on his blog also found here on bizSugar e Read More
This small business plan guide from the Small Business Center Network, maintained by the North Carolina Community College System, gives a realistic view of the business plan. Especially in the case of businesses that won't be seeking outside funding, the plan functions best as a road map for your business to be changed when necessary based on cus Read More
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) has finalized a $150,000 loan participation with the owners of a Roselle Borough restaurant under a new program established by Governor Jon S. Corzine and the state Legislature to help New Jersey businesses cope with the effects of a national economic downturn. Read More
Here are seven tips to minimize small business risk. From Yahoo! Finance, these tips can help you to reduce risk in a field fraught with uncertainty. Though entrepreneurs are used to taking chances, the article says, it's important to do what's necessary to protect yourself in the event that some gambles don't end up paying off. Though the arti Read More
Tesha McCord Poe, director of the De Anzal/SJSU Business Incubator in San Jose, CA, gets CPA tips for starting and running a small business from CPA, lecturer and teacher Dan Lutchansky. This video was shot as part of a television program back in 2007 but offers some very down to earth and useful information about starting business. Dan talks abou Read More
Are you tired of long lines, crowded airports, and late flights? If you hire a charter or private jet, you can travel to your destination in style and comfort. Read More
Though you may not be located in a place in the world prone to disaster, it's always important to do small business emergency planning. This planning is likely to be generally the furthest thing from your mind when running your business. However, certainly there are at least two good reasons to prepare for the unexpected when operating your busin Read More

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