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Reopening Your Restaurant: A Quick Guide to Doing it Right

If you’re a restaurant owner, I’m sure you’re looking forward to reopening and getting back to business. But diners are nervous. In a recent survey, by P&G Professional, more than 70% of diners expect more thorough and frequent cleaning in restaurants, and 74% want to know how restaurants are being cleaned and sanitized and what...

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Bryan Ruef Talks about Creating a Business To Improve Public Safety

Ruef Bryan Ruef is the founder of the technology software company 10-8 Systems, designed to improve the quality of dispatch units for public safety professionals of all types, from police forces to fire departments to search and rescue task forces. Bryan has always been passionate about public safety. At age 14 he volunteered at the...

New Book – Fix This Next – With Mike Michalowicz

Small business owners get caught up in the smoke of constantly putting out fires under duress, all the while missing what it is that their business needs to stay profitable and continue to grow. It is this central problem that Mike tackles in his best-selling book, Profit First, and its recent follow-up, Fix This...

Covid19 Business Resource Center Launches

The Covid19 Business Resource Center launches. Developed by HelloAlice the resource center is a curated index of the best resources for small business owners. Ramon Ray, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at HelloAlice previewed it live on FB. The center contains 10 key categories of information, which include: Emergency Grant - HelloAlice is providing up to $10,000 in grants to...

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Invoice Fraud: Are You Paying Your Vendor or a Thief

Fraud is everywhere. It seems in challenging times, such as this period of time with Corona, criminal activity only increases, especially with digital crimes. I spoke with Brandon Spear, President of MSTS , which helps companies with B2B credit and accounts receivable management. He shared with us one aspect of fraud, invoice fraud, and what...

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How to Prepare for the Unknown – Three Strategies from Mountain Biking

Business, from time to time, is about dealing with the unexpected. Most of the time business runs smooth. We make a product or service and the customer buys it. We serve them, run the day to day operations of our business and go on.  However, what happens if the unexpected happens, like the corona...

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Keeping Cybersecure During Tax Time. 7 Things to Know.

As small businesses work to get their taxes in order before April 15, they should also make sure their online financial information is secure from cyberattacks – after all, tax time is one of cybercriminals’ favorite times of the year. It’s crucial to protect this information from an attack:  A recent survey of small...

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How to Make Great Conversation at Networking Events

I love networking conversations -- said nobody, ever.  Many entrepreneurs look at networking events as necessary evils. We need to attend them in order to move our businesses forward, but we dread the awkward silences and making small talk with strangers. What if you had some tools to improve the quality of your networking conversations? Maybe...

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