How to Survive in Small Business with Limited Capital

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It’s not easy running a small business with limited capital. If you are just starting out a new business venture, the challenges are even greater. Limited capital is the single biggest factor in determining how much you can, and cannot do to meet the needs of your customers. Having limited funds does not need to […]

7 Business Ideas For The Shoestring Budget

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In the past couple of years we’ve witnessed the growth of literally hundreds of businesses that started with a few guys in their college dorm or in their parents’ garage. Tune in to Shark Tank any night and you’ll see at least one group of kids who took some idea they funded with the money […]

How Using a CRM Can Grow Your Small Business

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 Sponsored Post Customer relationship management (CRM) has been growing steadily for years, and by next year, the industry is expected to hit $36.5 billion worldwide. Sharing information is critical to business operations. Silos of information create loss—both in knowledge sharing and in bottom line profits—because they create gaps in your business that your customers feel. CRMs […]

10 Things NOT To Do When Interviewing Potential New Hires

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Interviewing for new staff is something that some enjoy but other business owners really loathe this process. Whilst it excites some employers to grill potential new hires and imagine how they can drive the company forward, others see it as nothing more than a necessary evil that takes up too much of their time. If […]

5 Reasons Why Your Small Business Needs Social Media Now

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Sponsored Post   The latest Spark Business Barometer, a study sponsored by Capital One Spark Business, reports that 40% of small business owners are still not using social media to grow. More than 400 entrepreneurs were interviewed via phone for the study, of which, 67 percent had five or fewer employees. Further, only 21 percent […]