Jul 22, 2013

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Small business weekly: New pressure to find a new leader of the US Small ...
Washington Post
Small business lobby heavily funded by Microsoft: A technology lobbying group that says it fights for the interests of small businesses is largely funded by tech giants, a new report shows. Mounting concerns over health care law: Despite a reprieve ...
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Small business owners working longer hours, taking less vacation
CPA Practice Advisor
Despite small business owners reporting that they are working longer hours and taking less vacation than they were five years ago, they still believe they are "living the American dream," according to the latest Sage Reinvention of Small Business Study ...
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Small Business: Keep email list updated
Newsday
A well-maintained email list can be a valuable asset for a company. But too often, small businesses focus their efforts on collecting email addresses, but fail to regularly purge and update their lists. As a result, your company's ability to deliver ...
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Small Business Incubator at SIU welcomes tenant
The Southern
CARBONDALE — A medical scribe company created by SIU Carbondale alumnni Erich Rempel and Dr. Dan Doolittle is the newest tenant in the university's Small Business Incubator. ScribeConnect, LLC offers physicians and health administrators medical ...
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Increased small business activity points to economic gains
Chicago Daily Herald
If small business actually is the bell cow for economic activity, the outlook may be brighter than it has been in some time. At least that's what conversations with four suburban business owners seem to indicate: • "Things are picking up," says ...
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What's the best way for small business to grow?
USA TODAY
Despite such examples, however, nearly 60% of small businesses still are what Google calls invisible — operating without a website. Many of the rest are what Scott Levitan, Google's director of small business engagement, calls "completely invisible," ...
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This Week In Small Business: Mibblio, Kaggle and Shodogg
New York Times (blog)
AmeriMerchant announces a new $60 million credit line to finance small businesses, HSBC starts a $1 billion loan program for small exporters, and a Paypal glitch debits $92 quadrillion from a guy's account. Tracy Kellaher lists four ways banks alienate ...
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Social media tips for small businesses
Chicago Daily Herald
If your small business doesn't have a social media presence, you may be missing out on building brand loyalty with your customers or attracting new ones. "Social media is where the eyeballs are and that's where you want to be," says Steve Strauss, a ...
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Naval Aviation Small Business Roundtable Meeting
Southern Maryland News Net
Register today for the Naval Aviation Small Business Roundtable General Membership Meeting to be held on Wednesday, July 24 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at RBC, Inc. Conference Center (46579 Expedition Drive, Lexington Park). The meeting will include ...
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Lawmakers In Small Business Caucus Plan Statewide Meetings
Indiana Public Media
Republican Senator Carlin Yoder is the owner of a small business – the Danceworks Academy in Middlebury. He's also the co-chair of the newly-formed Small Business Caucus in the General Assembly. He says he helped start the caucus because he ...
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Technology can provide a boost for small business
Chicago Daily Herald
Small business owners usually say they don't have enough time to look for ways to use technology to attract business or save time. But finding the right technology can be as simple as doing an Internet search, or asking others for advice, says Deb Lee ...
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Small business: Business coaching - Vicki Taylor
Whitsunday Times
We have looked for coaching in the areas of staff management, cashflow management, systems improvement, KPI structure - most areas that SME's need to discuss. I have a degree in design, and while I did do several business papers, I have learned that ...
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CALA groups kick off Small Business Summer campaign
Southeast Texas Record
Tort reform groups in Texas have declared July and August as the "Small Business Summer," and have launched a campaign to highlight the negative impact lawsuit abuse can have on small businesses. Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CALA) organizations ...
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In urban revival beer creates small business hubs
SouthCoastToday.com
NEW YORK — To see how a small business can transform a neighborhood, just follow the barrels. About 30 years ago, beer lovers wanting to create their own drinks started taking over abandoned old buildings in rundown city districts, refitted them with ...
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Small Talk: Export revival underway for small businesses
Richmond Times Dispatch
NEW YORK When Lawrence Scheer began selling baby clothes in 2010, he didn't realize it then, but he was on the leading edge of a recovery in small-business exports. Scheer's company, Magnificent Baby, manufactures its products in China and then sells ...
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Steering through the insurance maze
Sydney Morning Herald
You're running a small business and therefore need to carefully control every expense, but the effort of shopping around for the best deal runs into the other small business given: you're chronically time-poor as well. So wouldn't it be nice to put ...
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Tips to lower your insurance premiums
Sydney Morning Herald
A survey by Telstra of more than 1000 small business owners found 35 per cent were grappling with insurance costs as their largest business expense, just behind taxes at 38 per cent. Mark Searles. Eighty per cent of respondents to the Telstra Smarter ...
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Amanda Armstrong : New finance law will help revolutionise accountants
New Zealand Herald
Taken together, this is the biggest opportunity that accountants have had in years to re-establish themselves as valued advisers to small business and for small business to get greater value from their accountants. With online accounting and mobile ...
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Kevin's new car tax
Sydney Morning Herald
The current debate raging on the scrapping of the statutory method for cars does not in most cases affect small business owners. This is because they are either a sole operator or own the business through a partnership and do not have employees. The ...
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Company News for July 22
Richmond Times Dispatch
CEVA Logistics, a supply chain management company, said it will expand to a new center at 6601 S. Laburnum Ave. at the Richmond Airport Distribution Center in Henrico County this summer. The new facility triples the number of dock doors available to ...
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Ask SCORE: How can a small retailer compete with the big chains?
Richmond Times Dispatch
I operate an independent office-supply store. The big-box stores that compete on volume are playing havoc with my profit margins. How can the small-business owner survive in this price-conscious environment? No doubt we live in a time when practically ...
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New micro-lender program helps small and expanding businesses
WSAU
STEVENS POINT, Wis. (WSAU) - There's a new program designed to help new and small businesses get additional financing. The money comes from the U.S. Small Business Administration, and is now being administered in six central Wisconsin counties by ...
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We're so over yoga
Sydney Morning Herald
Getting advice on beating stress can be like listening to a broken record. Yoga, going for a walk, eating healthily – we've heard it all before. So what's new and what works? "Mojo mentor" Jo Brown says there are countless ways of destressing but the ...
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Full Metro Business Calendar for July 22
Richmond Times Dispatch
JobSeekers workshop, 10 a.m., Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, 2341 Winterfield Road, Midlothian. Get help crafting your résumé, writing your cover letter, interviewing and networking. Details: (804) 379-8899.
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Starting a small business with the NEIS
Dynamic Business
Eligible job seekers who are interested in starting and running a small business may be able to access assistance through the federal government's New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS). The scheme was introduced to provide accredited small business ...
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Data reveal small firms' hiring trends
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Intuit, maker of financial and tax-preparation software, will release on July 30 its monthly small-business employment index, which measures hiring at companies with fewer than 20 workers. Insperity, which offers human-resource services such as payroll ...
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Small Business Strategies: Enrich the lives of others
Carroll County Times
J E96? H:== [email protected] 6?C:49 [email protected] @H? =:76]k^Am. Mark Luterman is President of Primax Ventures, LLC. Got a question about your small business or practice? Mark will answer it. Email him at [email protected] © 2013 Carroll County Times.
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Why It's Critical That Small Businesses Test Their Disaster Recovery Plans
Business 2 Community
Why It's Critical That Small Businesses Test Their Disaster Recovery Plans image small business disaster recovery As a rule of thumb, a small- or mid-sized business should test its disaster recovery plan at least yearly, or any time the business ...
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Don't let your business vision blind you to the smaller details
The Guardian
When Yannick Loue received the keys for Le Vignoble wine lounge and wine merchants a year ago his excitement was almost uncontrollable. The Parisian has always dreamed of owning his own business after many years of running other peoples' bars and ...
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More than half of small to medium businesses are struggling
The Daily Telegraph
More than half of small to medium businesses surveyed in the Servcorp Australian Business Growth Monitor have admitted they experienced no revenue growth during the last financial year, despite their costs heading north. Such has been the struggle ...
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Small businesses are priced off Hong Kong's streets
BBC News
Crammed with umbrella-wielding shoppers after a humid afternoon downpour, the 150-yard stretch of luxury stores is Hong Kong's answer to Bond Street or Fifth Avenue. The designer brands that cluster along this street and those nearby cater to ...
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Fenton Business Owner Creates App
Patch.com
Fenton Business owner Joshua Latimer wanted an app to help out his window washing company. But when he couldn't find it, he created it, used it and now sells it. The app is called Street Bidder and is aimed to help small service businesses.
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Small Talk: Slow progress in overcoming unpopular energy rollovers
The Independent
Automatic rollover clauses kick in as a small business's energy contract is coming to an end and enable the supplier to automatically move the firm on to a new contract unless it objects within an often narrow time period. Since contracts are usually ...
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Rep. Perone applauds Governor's signature on small businessbill
Connectcut Plus
State Representative Chris Perone (D-Norwalk) is pleased that Governor Dannel P. Malloy signed a bill recently that will give priority to small businesses participating in the state's Small Business Express program who are looking to export their products.
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Local Business Owner Talks Shop at the White House
The Charlottesville Newsplex
Twelve small business owners from the entire country were invited to the White House for President Obama's Affordable Care Act policy announcement on Thursday. The owner of C'Ville Coffee represented Charlottesville and Virginia. "When you start this ...
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Helping SMEs get cash in hand
Marlborough Express
Invoice factoring has had a bad rap in the past, but the industry is growing and financiers are promoting it as a way for small businesses to get cash in hand fast. Factoring, or invoice financing as it is also known, is the practice of businesses ...
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How to Drive Long Term Engagement with Readers
Small Business Trends
Blogging and social media marketing are absolutely essential for any company – especially a small business. Small businesses start blogs or publishing content and are often able to attract a lot of initial buzz. But this initial enthusiasm wanes ...
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Trudy MacDonald: Long-term vision key when planning staff numbers
New Zealand Herald
Just one bad hire can have a lasting impact on a small business. A long-term hiring vision also means hiring the type of people the business needs for the future. While expertise, skills and attitude are important, the most commonly overlooked aspect ...
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Small businesses can be an example to large ones, finds study
SmallBusiness.co.uk
According to findings from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), by encouraging a culture of 'intrapreneurialism', big businesses could help their employees adopt entrepreneurial behaviours that foster innovation and growth.
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Blogs4 new results for Small Business
 
10 Ways to Avoid Becoming a Sales Robot - Small Business Trends
By Susan Payton
Not getting the sales results you want? You might be acting like a sales robot. Here are tips to better understanding your customer and closing more sales.
Small Business Trends
Being My Own Boss - The Reality of Being a Small Business Owner
By Julie Wise
Julie Wise shares insights of the good and the bad of small business ownership and how reality matches the dream of "being my own boss".
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Ups and downs of employee ownership | Stuff.co.nz
Q: A staff member wants equity in the business. Is it a good idea to do that?
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Web1 new result for Small Business
 
5 Ways Small Business Owners Can Join the Mobile Revolution - Mint
More stories from Ked Harley. The Difference Between Debt and Equity Financing for Your Small Business · Consumer IQ · 5 Ways Small Business Owners Can ...
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