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Should You Pursue One or More Businesses?

Should You Pursue One or More Businesses? - http://www.smallbusinessboomers.com Avatar Posted by andynew under Strategy
From http://www.smallbusinessboomers.com 4149 days ago
Made Hot by: marciabiz on July 21, 2009 3:26 pm
In the course of developing a small or home business, many opportunities may come about. They're not necessarily all at the same time. Read More

6 Tips for Better Branding Using Avatars

6 Tips for Better Branding Using Avatars - http://webworkerdaily.com Avatar Posted by andynew under Strategy
From http://webworkerdaily.com 4153 days ago
Made Hot by: on July 17, 2009 2:06 pm
We're living in a social media world, and, like it or not, our avatar is often the first impression others get about us as we interact virtually on social networks, blogs, microblogs and other online communities. Our avatars are a representation of our brands — our personal brand or our company's or organization's brand. But how many of us are thi Read More
This is the sad story of a company that died. Actually, it's more of a question of how it could have been saved. I'm talking about the now defunct FlyClear service run by a company called Verified Identity Pass that launched in nearly 20 airports across the country with a paid service that promised a way to avoid the travel lines at security wit Read More

Curiosity, Imagination And Failure: The New Big Three

Curiosity, Imagination And Failure: The New Big Three - http://blogs.openforum.com Avatar Posted by andynew under Strategy
From http://blogs.openforum.com 4157 days ago
Made Hot by: aliciatrinidad on July 13, 2009 4:54 pm
In with the new; out with the old. There's a new Big Three driving our economy now. They are Curiosity, Imagination and Failure. Read More
The European Union promotes entrepreneurship across Europe and informs entrepreneurs about support available for them at European, national and local level. Read More
Jeremy Quittner at Business Week has some great ideas for entrepreneurs from entrepreneurs on creative ways to bootstrap during tight times like these. Nothing revolutionary here, but lots of good suggestions. Here is one sample related to equipment: Read More
Partnership agreements (also known as Buy-Sell Agreements) are like prenuptial agreements for people that are in business together. The formation of any business with multiple owners should include a buy-sell agreement. Why? Because reality dictates that it is not a matter of IF your partnership will end, but rather WHEN your partnership will en Read More
Most advice to entrepreneurs focuses on what they should do: build a great product, assemble a great team, provide great service. All are “duhisms.” Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs don't realize that there are things they should specifically avoid doing too. These are also duhisms, but somehow no one ever talks about them. Here is my list of the Read More
With friends, family, and co-workers like these—In the spirit of opening your eyes but not inducing paranoia, when small businesses fall victim to identity theft, someone they know is more often than not the guilty party whose tampering has a direct impact on their credit standing. Read More
Knowing what kind of insurance to get can be an issue for many small business owners, so here are the basics: Worker's compensation insurance is the only kind required by law, but liability and property insurance are highly recommended. They can be tailored to different needs, but in their most basic forms they protect against legal damages in th Read More
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