ALL ABOUT BUSINESS
June 2013 -
Businesses that last often grow by mergers and acquisitions. When planning and implementing such acquisition, consider goals, letter of intent, due diligence, and documentation.
May 2013 -
Catastrophes come in all kinds and from all places. Are your critical customers and financial data protected, or would your business come to a halt if a disaster resulted in data loss?
April 2013 -
Undoubtedly, great leaders build great companies. Yet most privately held companies rarely think about the strength and effectiveness of their leadership as they focus on the day-to-day of operations.
March 2013 -
In the United States, patents are applicable to a process, a machine, an article of manufacture, or composition of matter. Here are the pros and cons of applying for a patent.
February 2013 -
Even small businesses must ask themselves if they are doing business in more than one state, to consider taxes, licenses, and regulations for that state as well as their home state.
January 2013 -
Diagnoses of mental disabilities have increased at an unprecedented rate. We must consider the views of medicine and the law, and the rights and responsibilities of both employers and employees.
December 2012 -
Advertising on the smartphone is leveling the playing field in many industries. Low cost, easy access, apps, and QR (Quick Response) codes make it a marketing option for large and small businesses.
November 2012 -
Unfortunately, many founders stop building their network and leave outside activities to their sales staff or business development folks—but owners should be seen at industry and community events.
October 2012 -
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) can help small businesses that need smaller loans. The Small Loan Advantage Program (SLA) and 7(a) loans are introduced here.
September 2012 -
As an employer, will you offer education benefits to your employees? There are advantages, disadvantages, and factors to consider before you establish your policy.