ALL ABOUT BUSINESS
April 2016 -
Every business encounters intellectual property (IP) issues. These involve inventions, artistic works, symbols, names, and images that are protected by Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights.
March 2016 -
There are many roads to business ownership. Opportunities include starting a new business or buying an existing business, especially one in bankruptcy or distress, or a management buyout.
February 2016 -
Opening a business certainly requires perseverance and hard work, but that may not be enough. Preliminary due diligence and groundwork can help ensure long term success of a new business.
January 2016 -
Last year we highlighted business trends that focused on efficiency, mobility, and accessibility. In 2016 we focus on technology, employee & client satisfaction, productivity & retention.
December 2015 -
All businesses, especially small ones, should take stock of their operations at least once a year. This includes reviewing business operations, financials, and assessing potential risks.
November 2015 -
It may be the biggest problem that you don’t know you have—company culture. Do you have one? Do you need one? What is it? The discussion on culture is having its moment.
October 2015 -
With recent hacks to companies such as Sony, Target, and Home Depot, as well as to the entertainment industry, data security has been shoved to the forefront of the news cycle. SME’s need to implement effective cybersecurity policies just as much as larger companies do.
September 2015 -
The importance of keeping a business entity separate from its individual owners, managers, and officers cannot be overstated, otherwise you risk your home, your savings, and personal property.
August 2015 -
Whether you are selling a product or services, from a storefront or website, B to B or to consumers, sales is a key component of any enterprise. Here are recent trends in sales and marketing.
July 2015 -
The partnership agreement is one of your most important documents. Don’t look at it as an expense, but as an investment, to avoid lengthy—and often expensive—negotiations or litigation.