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This Urban Gardner is Building a Better Mouse Trap

Chad Corzine didn’t set out to start a business. He simply wanted to start a small garden in his apartment and couldn’t find a product that fit his needs. Even after he did start his business, he had to constantly make adjustment and change his thinking based on things he learned from customers. Corzine is...

How to Build a Rock Solid Company Culture

How to Build a Rock Solid Company Culture

We’ve all heard about how important company culture is. From retention to revenue, there is no doubt that culture plays a huge role in a successful company. The question really isn’t, “Why should I invest in culture?” but rather, “How do I create an environment in which my team members love to work?” So how...

Does Forming an LLC Mean Complicated Accounting? Exploring the Single-Member LLC

Does Forming an LLC Mean Complicated Accounting? Exploring the Single-Member LLC As a small business owner, you’ve probably thought about protecting yourself by forming a limited liability company (LLC). If you are a sole proprietor, your personal wealth is at risk from your business activities, including debts and lawsuits. You don’t want a bad business...

Succession Planning: Why Your Family Business Should Consider a Living Trust

Succession Planning: Why Your Family Business Should Consider a Living Trust When you operate a family business, in addition to the typical issues you must deal with in any company, there’s often an emotional component to any decision. This is especially prevalent when dealing with succession planning. When several siblings inherit the business from a...

How toTurn Every Employee Into a Salesperson to Boost Your Business

How to Turn Every Employee Into a Salesperson to Boost Your Business I have always believed that everyone is in sales regardless of their position and corresponding responsibilities: The receptionist who answers the phone and greets the visitors that come into the office The accounts receivable employee who speaks with clients about collection matters The technicians who are...