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Start Your Small Business – A Step-By-Step Guide (eBook)

Have you ever wished you could build a small business, but don’t know where...

Small Business Security – How to Spot E-Fencers

Small Business Security – How to Spot E-Fencers

How To Spot E-Fencers  Shoplifting has always been a problem for small retailers. It’s difficult to keep an eye on every customer at the same time, especially during the holiday season. However, the advent of the Internet and the popularity of e-fencing is making shoplifting attractive to those who might not have considered it...
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Why Company Culture Still Matters for Small Businesses

Why Company Culture Still Matters for Small Businesses

It’s good for your business to have a company culture that is clear and easy to identify. Your company needs to be more than just a place for people to make money. If it has a social component to it, then the people who work there will enjoy it a lot more, and their...
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Ways a Small Business Can Make the Most of Mobile Payments

Ways a Small Business Can Make the Most of Mobile Payments

Mobile payments have been hailed, in the last two years, as the wave of the future. With tech-forward industries offering up mobile payment options to their customers, there seems to be real heft to the statement. Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts and a plethora of other trendy companies have instituted mobile payment policies and options for...
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Top Tech Time Savers for Home Workers

Top Tech Time Savers for Home Workers

One of the biggest challenges with working at home is that it’s easy to have trouble managing your time. After all, the Internet is a great way to get information for working, but it can also be a great way to waste time. Here are a few ways you can make sure you save...
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The Home Business Start-Up: How to Get Your New Idea off The Ground

The Home Business Start-Up: How to Get Your New Idea off The Ground

When you are starting a business, the first few months are crucial. In fact, most new businesses shut down within two years. With careful planning and a dedication to your company above all else, you can survive the first two years and continue to have a successful business for many years to come. Use...
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