Growing a Business
National Small Business Week
Maria Contreras-Sweet, the newest head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, is an entrepreneur herself. Here, she discusses how to create a business that will be around for the long haul.
Having a clear vision of your company's long-term trajectory is essential to ensuring its success.
Tips for getting media attention for your business, even if you don't have a new product, service or website to brag about.
After building your product, it's important to scale up with an expanding sales staff and partnerships.
Growing a Business
First find the most appropriate awards to apply for, get your nominations in order and hope for the best.
Learn how to price your services so you're profitable and won't have to shut your doors for lack of funds.
Want to take it to the next level? This gut check will let you know if you should proceed, or continue working on your business.
To help you figure out if this is the type of business you'd like to start, let's take a behind-the-scenes look at how a staffing service operates on a daily basis.
Don't miss out on a growth opportunity because you failed to plan for expansion. Tackle growing pains with these 3 preparation tactics.
How can you locate goods you'd like to import to sell to markets here in the United States? Here are six ways to track down the products you're hoping to sell in the U.S.
There are instances when you should make friends with the "enemy" to create the best situation for both companies.
As an importer or exporter, you need to know how each link in the shipping chain functions. Here's the lowdown on what all those terms on the shipping forms mean.
With a well-defined culture, a solid plan and a dedicated officer presiding over strategy, companies can pull ahead of the competition.
As an import business owner, it's important to know the four basic steps for getting your foreign products through customs.