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No business owner looks forward to bookkeeping, but accounting gets even more complicated if you fall behind. Kirk Simpson offers 5 simple ways to stay on top of your company finances.
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Art Cardenas owns The Fit Pit, a fully equipped professional boxing gym in Austin, Texas. The gym, which opened in January 2011, is still growing and now has plans for expansion. More »Startup Diaries: Business Ownership Comes With a Price
Crucial tips for recruiting the best job candidates. More »Startup Hiring: How to Craft the Best Job Posting Matches the Job
Laura Roeder shares 7 tips for getting targeted followers on Pinterest, including staying true to your brand with great content and remembering your Pinterest etiquette.
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Social promotions like giveaways and sweepstakes are key marketing tools. Make the most of them by ensuring they are simple, engaging, shareable, promoted, and mobile.
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Grant funding isn't just for nonprofits. Startups can also secure grant money. Finding a good match is the hard part. Here are some ideas for launching your search. More »Where to Look for Grant Money for Your Business
Business leaders don't need to be professional mediators to artfully avoid conflicts, listen smarter and become more adept at negotiating conflicts among employees, clients and vendors.
More »5 Mediation Principles Leaders Can Use to Address Conflict
Question: What’s one piece of advice you have for entrepreneurs who are just starting to hire C-level talent? Question by: Ashley What’s in a Resume? “Intelligence, cultural fit, and an ability to work with the team are the most important factors that you should consider when interviewing C-level talent. Don’t be dazzled by their accomplishments.... More »Recruiting Executive Talent for Your Startup? 8 Hiring Tips
Two fascinating articles from Giselle Abramovich recently on Digiday, the self-styled “Authority on Digital Media, Marketing and Advertising” (it really is, mind you – it’s excellent). The first highlights how brands are cosying up to startups, directly approaching innovators to develop and float new ideas and platforms. Of course, that used to be the role of agencies, who... More »Disintermediate! Disintermediate! How Startups Might Exterminate Agencies
Thinking about bringing loved ones into your business? Before you take that leap, here's what you need to know to protect your relationships and your company. More »10 Questions to Ask Before Family and Friends Become Business Partners
Play.com serves as a warning for loophole-based businesses Play.com has announced that it is closing its retail division and switching to an eBay-style auction business model following the government’s efforts to close up the massive tax loophole sitting off the south coast that is the island of Jersey. The shift in tax legislation means the... More »Founding A Business On A Loophole
The right location can make or break your business. A prosperous and thriving city can secure a reliable and dedicated audience for your venture. Also, local entrepreneurial networks and resources can greatly benefit you in your growth. Whether you are launching your startup or expanding it, you want to examine crucial aspects of a possible... More »5 Factors for Finding the Perfect City for Your Business