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Getting Approved For Financing
While capita and finance are both essential for successful running of business or initiation of the entrepreneurship, they also involve arrangements of commercial loans. However the easiness or diffic... More
MAKING YOUR HOME-BASED BUSINESS SUCCESSFUL
What makes a home business successful?   If you’re looking to work from home you have many choices. There is no shortage of people willing to take your money in return for a home-based business opportunity. How do you know which opportunities are legitimate businesses and of those which one is right for you. B... More
Small Business Bookkeeping Tips
Small business bookkeeping is a topic that shouldn't only be addressed during tax time. By taking an all seasons approach to the subject, it becomes even ea... More
Sales Follow Up Tips
To obtain a strong pipeline has to be the # 1 goal of every sales person; this is vital for you and your company to survive in the long term.   To... More
Understanding The Value of Your Current Customers
One of the greatest thrills in business is acquiring a new customer. Many businesses are too caught up in the excitement of acquiring new customers that they do not spend enough time o... More
Sell Less - Make More Money!
In today's business news, it's surprising to read articles about large corporations that have increasing sales, but decreasing income. This prompts the question, how is it possible for a... More
NEGOTIATING YOUR COMMERCIAL LEASE FOR YOUR BUSINESS
A commercial lease agreement is a legally binding contract between an owner of a property and a tenant who wishes to have temporary possession of the property for a certain period in exchange for money paid. There are two parties involved in a commercial lease agreement: • The lessor or the property owner ... More