Archive for the ‘Business Tips’ Category

5 Business Funding Mistakes You Could Be Making

Friday, July 12th, 2019

As a small business owner, you aim to run your business efficiently. You focus on your business’s finances and make sure they’re in order. But cash flow issues can quickly spiral out of control. And in the worst-case scenario, it can close down your business. In fact, 29% of businesses…

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Make Your Seasonal Business Work All Year Long

Friday, July 5th, 2019

As a seasonal business owner, you already know the highs and lows of seasonality can get stressful. In fact, you face challenges other businesses don’t have to worry about, such as: Saving enough to pay for utilities, employees, and other business expenses during your off-season Managing your inventory through your…

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Make Your Seasonal Business Work All Year Long

Friday, July 5th, 2019

As a seasonal business owner, you already know the highs and lows of seasonality can get stressful. In fact, you face challenges other businesses don’t have to worry about, such as: Saving enough to pay for utilities, employees, and other business expenses during your off-season Managing your inventory through your…

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Fund Your Business Through Crowdfunding

Friday, June 28th, 2019

Funding your business can come about in different ways. You can go the traditional route – save up money, raise the money through some investors, or work with a bank to secure a loan. You can also be a bit creative with your business’s funding. Crowdfunding is a way to…

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Fund Your Business Through Crowdfunding

Friday, June 28th, 2019

Funding your business can come about in different ways. You can go the traditional route – save up money, raise the money through some investors, or work with a bank to secure a loan. You can also be a bit creative with your business’s funding. Crowdfunding is a way to…

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