Interim Executive

I read a great article on the use of interim management to help your business. I actually was led to it through my twitter account. I thought I’d share it here. The title is “Not a Consultant, an Interim Executive” and it appeared on Bloomberg BusinessWeek. (Click on the title and the link will take…

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Get Motivated! Business Seminar

Get Motivated! Business Seminar is coming to Northeast Ohio. I believe this seminar travels around the country so check the website, www.getmotivated.com to see when it’s coming to a city and venue near you. I’m working on a project in Akron, Ohio so I’ll be attending the one in this area. It sounds interesting. There…

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City, County, State Opportunity Zones

The Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) works with local and regional authorities to assess and determine opportunity zones. Why are these good for business? New or existing businesses located in an opportunity zone that hire at least two employees may receive an annual income tax credit of $3,500 for each job they create. The…

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Friends as Business Partners – narrated video

This narrated powerpoint presentation provides an explanation and overview on how to successfully build and maintain a friendship while creating and building a business or company together.

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10 Steps to a Successful Business Turnaround – Pt. 2

Step 6: Meet with your bankers and other lenders. With many lines of credit and term loans, a company must provide quarterly or monthly updates. So your bank or other lender will often notice the degradation in your finances before you do. They may not say anything but, believe me, they are watching. Therefore, it…

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How to Successfully Turnaround a Business: Ten Steps

If your business is in dire financial straits, you need to immediately turnaround your business. A turnaround is different from a restructuring in that it is much more comprehensive and very swift. To implement a successful turnaround, you must perform the following ten steps. It is optimal to do it in the order presented. Many…

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10 Business Plan Competition Dos and Don’ts

As someone who has also judged business plan competitions, I thought his observations were interesting and helpful. So I’m passing them on to you. – T. Wright 10 Business Plan Dos and Don’ts from Inc.com by David Ronick Each year, I help fellow entrepreneurs and investors judge the MBA business plan competition at Harvard Business…

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25 Advertising Networks for Online Businesses | Practical eCommerce

This is an excellent article for small and medium business owners seeking ways to promote their respective companies. This is a article that I saw on Practical eCommerce. Google’s AdSense and AdWords are two of the most widely used advertising platforms for online business. And although Google facilitates a massive amount of traffic online, there…

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