3 Tips for Starting a Business with Poor Credit

Starting your own business can be a great method to pull yourself out of debt … but it only works if you can find the money to open shop. What’s a potential entrepreneur who has poor credit to do?…continue reading →
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4 Things to Know About Returning to Work After a Car Accident

Unlike an illness that develops over time or a surgical procedure you’ve had scheduled for months, a car crash happens very suddenly. One second you’re totally fine and hardly suspecting that anything unusual is about to happen, and the next second your life flashes before your eyes for a second or two … then you’re incapacitated.…continue reading →
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How to Quickly Find More Customers Online

You know you have a good product. People have done business with you and told you as much in the past. But unless you attract more customers, you’re going to have trouble keeping the proverbial lights on. Sound familiar? If so, you’re in need of an updated customer acquisition model to get your brand in front of as many new people as possible.…continue reading →
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Is Your Business Safe? Ransomware Is More Sophisticated Than You Think

In terms of protecting their data, most people don’t anticipate the possibility of a ransomware attack. Some take measures to protect themselves from familiar culprits like viruses, Trojan horses, malware, spyware, and adware.…continue reading →
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Tips on Integrating a New Shopping Cart Without Website Downtime

When integrating a new shopping cart with their website, many online business owners first want to have the assurance that the whole process will go smoothly, without any problems like website downtime. This is certainly a valid concern, as every minute a business website is down could mean lost sales. Here are some tips on how you can make your web shopping cart integration a success:…continue reading →
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How to Craft a Killer Pitch Deck

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Among the many challenges of starting a new company, securing funds from investors ranks at or near the top for most entrepreneurs. To prepare for these meetings, owners of startup organizations should prepare a pitch deck. A pitch deck must include the core slides all investors expect and is similar in scope to a business plan. It should contain no more than 15 to 20 slides as investors are busy people and will likely lose patience with anything longer.…continue reading →
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What Aspects Of A Will Can A Lawyer Help With?

When assets need to be divided up before someone’s death, it is sensible to hire a solicitor. They can help in a variety of different ways and they will make the whole process much easier than if you try to do this all on your own.…continue reading →
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How You Can Start Expanding Your Business To Dubai

Running a small business is no easy task. According to the Small Business Association, there are over 27.9 million small businesses, with many of them doomed to failure within an average of 3-5 years. It’s grueling work just to keep up, with something like expansion overseas seeming like a stretch. However, what if I told you establishing your firm in another country may not be as hard as you think? In fact, if you know where to look, it can actually be one of the best options for growth you have. And in examining locations, one of the first places you should look is Dubai.…continue reading →
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Folding Your Business? Here’s How To Minimize Financial Loss

Folding your business isn’t an easy decision, but sometimes you’re left with no other choice. Whether your business failed, you’re retiring, or you’re starting a new entrepreneurial project, minimizing your financial losses is a priority.…continue reading →
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A Different Approach to Workplace Safety & Employee Insurance

Make no mistake about it; taking on the responsibility to give the mentally and physically impaired people the opportunity to contribute to the workforce and earn wages for their work in this way is a huge undertaking which turned out to be a lot bigger than I first anticipated. The journey thus far has been a seriously rewarding one, for myself and for all the differently-abled people I employ across my businesses (I prefer to refer to them as “differently-abled” as opposed to “disabled”).…continue reading →
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