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As 2016 Winds Down, It's Time to Plan For The New Year.

Small-business owners will want to use this 5-point process for charting a prosperous course in 2017.

Haijian Hu

15 Tips for Growing a Long-Lasting Contractor Business

Reliably providing an essential service is a good way to grow a business you will be proud of.

John Rampton

Being a Small Business Can Be a Big Recruiting Advantage

Small companies can offer prospective employees important advantages they won't find at a larger organization.

Chris Rush

Resilient Small Businesses Will Do Fine Whoever Is President Next

Small business owners could always use a friend in the White House but they will continue to succeed whoever is elected President.

Chris Poelma

Good Surprises Are Likelier When You Plan for Them

Don't be so focused on what can go wrong that you aren't ready to seize the opportunity when things go better than anticipated.

Haijian Hu

Big Business or Small, I'm Still an Entrepreneur

I'm no different running a 20-person shop as I am many multiples of that.

Jim Joseph

4 Tools That Make Your Small Business Look Big

Just because you're not Apple or Amazon doesn't mean you can't look every bit as professional to consumers. Here's how to do it.

Angry Birds Sold Slowly at $0.99 Per Download -- Until the Game's Popularity Soared

It took a while, but Finland-based game app developer Rovio eventually struck gold with Angry Birds. Here's how you can too.

Peter Daisyme

5 Ways to Refresh Your Ecommerce Business

It's not too late to start the new year off right, reviewing where your business is, renewing customer touch-points, and recalibrating your goals.

3 Strategies to Making More Money from Your Side Gig

Running a business in addition to holding a job is a lot of work, but for just a tiny bit more effort, you can make a lot more.

Wendy Keller

Improve Your Great Idea by Listening to What Your Customers Tell You

You need unshakeable confidence to start a business and a lot of humility to make it succeed.

Wendy Keller