Ever stop to think how much of business is really talking about what you’re doing, or what you’re going to do? Here are two new books that talk about talking…
It’s easy to forget about Uncle Sam when you’re in the midst of day-to-day operations, says financial consultant Angie Mohr, but making tax mistakes can be costly for your small business.
The Craft Emergency Relief Fund continues to reach out to the many artists and arts organizations affected by Hurricane Sandy as the organization’s case load grows.
What should business people keep tabs on for the rest of the year? When it comes to marketing and branding, writes author, coaching consultant and Shibumi Creative Works founder Matthew E. May, the most relevant trends for entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses are:
Let’s face it: the past few years have been tough. The worst economic climate since the Great Depression, staggering unemployment numbers and tanking real estate…
Are you the kind of person who never quite gets to everything on your to-do list? According to the Harvard Business Review, not only are you not alone, but you’re wasting your time.
Small business owners know that even in good times, every dollar counts. It’s important to bring money in, but have you though about looking into your own accounts for savings?
Research released recently by the National Retail Federation’s STORES magazine says that consumers are beginning to crack open their wallets and invest in the small luxuries that they’d been sacrificing.