- In this day and age, starting a small business has arguably never been easier: ideas and a few thousand dollars (or a credit card!) is all you need.
- Small businesses are often forced to find marketing strategies that work for tight budgets.
- Small business ideas for women at home are driven by two realities.
- To succeed, small businesses need to build a winning culture. Although it may not seem as immediate as considerations like sales and cash flow, small businesses cannot afford to neglect it.
- From day one, small businesses should get their accounting act together and apply crucial tips and tricks, said tax expert Eva Rosenberg, owner of TaxMama and author of “Small Business Taxes Made Easy.”
- A big part of successfully managing a small business is inspiring loyalty and getting the most out of employees.
- Small businesses are often strapped for cash. Fortunately, there are many helpful services for the cheap.
- Throughout the Great Recession and in the years after it, one customer that actually increased its spending is the U.S. government.
- Small business survival is about evolving to match the business with changing realities, said Karl Baehr, Director of Business & Entrepreneurial Studies at Emerson College.
- The small business strategic planning process has two essential elements: devising a strategy and changing it when necessary.
- For small business startups, knowing how loans work and getting them are absolutely crucial.
- Marketing guru John Jantsch has built a small empire around his Duct Tape Marketing brand, which dispenses practical small business marketing ideas and tips.
- Psi Health Solutions Inc. is launching its stylish acupressure wrist bands Friday in Italy, the company's seventh international market. Manufactured in China, Psi Band's global expansion mirrors a growing trend for small businesses struggling with growth and sales in the still sluggish U.S. economy.
Via Motors Markets Electric Vehicle Transformation to Fleets from Companies, U.S. Government at Detroit Auto ShowDETROIT -- Five years ago, Bob Lutz stood in front of a curious crowd at the North American International Auto Show and introduced a radical concept car to the world. Lutz, then the vice chairman of product development for General Motors, revealed the first electric plug-in concept car from a major automaker: the Chevrolet Volt. He still calls it the most important car the company has ever made.
- Economic growth has led to an explosion in diabetes cases in India. The public health problem presents an opportunity for both the established multinationals, as well as some smaller American start-ups making their presence felt in the market.
- BeachMint, a 14-month old social commerce focused fashion retailer, began shipping to Canada just a few weeks ago. The move was the beginning of a meticulously planned international expansion to come.