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Four Steps to Improve your Company’s Performance in 2014

1. Know your Financials Companies are dynamic organizations with a myriad of business functions occurring simultaneously. In order for the company to grow, each business function must operate collectively to produce an output in excess of the input. Gross Profit, Net Profit and Cash Flow monitor these relationships. They provide vital information about the health [...]

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Business Planning for 2014. Five Reasons Strategic Plans Fail.

Most organizations fail on strategy execution, not formation. Setting unrealistic expectations, including initiatives, measurements and milestones is one of the major causes of failure. The remaining most common reasons for failure are: lack of discipline and planning, rigidity- not allotting for situational shifts, lack of understanding and lack of buy-in or company-wide implementation. Lack of [...]

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Small Business Public Relations is Not Small

Think Big for Bigger Results. If you are an entrepreneur, you may be looking for “small business public relations.” But the truth is, public relations strategies and tactics are the same for large corporations as they are for small business owners. You both have specific business goals, targeted media members to pursue and the need [...]

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Should You Exhibit at the International Home + Housewares Show “Inventors Corner”?

The International Home + Housewares Show with roots dating back to 1906, has earned its reputation as the best venue for companies to introduce their housewares-related products to the Industry. The Show is the largest housewares-only fair in the world, boasting over 60,000 home goods professionals in attendance with over 20,000 buyers. Of particular interest [...]

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Planning Your Company’s Growth

In order to survive long-term, companies must develop a unique and sustainable competitive advantage—what will set your company apart from your competitors. Additionally, independent of size or time in business, companies have limited resources for deployment and must determine how best to invest scarce resources. The main resources are human capital (the people and their [...]

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Improve Employee Energy and Productivity with these Tips from Theresa Welbourne, Ph.D.

Employee Energy is Key to Small Business Success An Interview with Theresa Welbourne, Ph.D. of eePulse, Inc. Theresa Welbourne, Ph.D. decided to take her research on employee energy and firm performance and turn it into a technology business to help organizations improve productivity. In the process, her company, eePulse, Inc, www.eepulse.com, grew and became successful [...]

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