“Business Technology Simplified,” a free online guide developed by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and Microsoft, contains straightforward advice on technology-related issues, including cloud computing, communication solutions, marketing and time management.
Are you using outsourcing to start or grow your small business? If not, why not? A recent report from oDesk, an online remote hiring community, has some compelling reasons why outsourcing benefits both entrepreneurs and the people they hire.
According to a recent survey commissioned by Microsoft, telework has become a business imperative for organizations of all sizes, even for SMBs.
Stephen Covey asserts that trust is “the one thing that changes everything” and contends that trust the main thing that sets apart companies that succeed and companies that fail.
When you hire people, there are typically several forms and contracts you need to fill out, including a well-crafted employment agreement.
Don’t visit a lender until you can answer these 7 questions:
Choosing to go into business for you is a major decision that usually means a commitment to hard work and long hours. As you struggle to build your business, however, you also must be careful not to overdo it and succumb to business owner burnout.