With the latest advancements in the manufacturing industry, there are many new trends that are emerging. If you are looking to bring your product from an idea to the market quickly, here are the 5 top trends that your business … Continue reading
Category: Invoice Factoring
Your employees are your business. They are in contact with the actual workings of your business on a completely different level than you. If your staff is not happy, it can tarnish the reputation of your business and its services … Continue reading
Invoice factoring is one of the best-kept secrets in financing. For a wide variety of businesses, this tool can be used to avoid cash flow problems. Over 70% of business owners have never heard of factoring and the 30% who … Continue reading
Running a small business is no easy feat, and managing your small business finances – particularly your taxes – is likely every business owner’s least favorite task. Yet filing your taxes year after year is a necessity.
Now that 2015 is upon us and like most business owners, you have probably put together some new year’s resolutions to improve businesses process and procedures for the next 12 months. After all, making positive changes is what the New … Continue reading
The holidays are officially here and December marks boom-time for wholesalers, distributors, manufacturers and resellers in terms of sales. Of course, that’s a good thing, and for some businesses holiday sales account for half or more of their annual revenue.
While the holiday season seems to get its start early and early every year, successful small business owners have always known that having a profitable quarter is largely dependent on proper planning in the months ahead. If you have not … Continue reading
It is an old, bill-paying habit many people have acquired over the years to help them make sure they pay their bills on time. By paying their bills as soon as they arrive in the mail or email inbox, they … Continue reading
Many businesses sputter along in the summer making June, July and August the longest months of the year indeed to business owners and managers. Yet the stagnation of sales during those long summer months doesn’t have to be such a … Continue reading
For some industries, particularly those in hospitality, entertainment and events, summer represents the peak season of business. Long lines at amusement parks, booked hotel rooms, and filled show and concert venues help sustain the business year-round. The boom in travel … Continue reading