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As many of us know, life doesn’t always unfold the way we want it to. And many times, an unusual event or occurrence can act as a catalyst of sorts for major change and transformation. This is the type of event that Lynda Bouchard experienced. One day, she was happily flying the friendly skies, ...
Is your business slacking off after completing a sale? Do you find that your business becomes overwhelmed with getting the sale – only to stop nurturing those important relationships afterwards? If you’ve ever found yourself pondering such matters, you’ve come to the right place.
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If you’re thinking about starting your own business or if you’ve recently done so, then you probably already know that there are things that need to be considered. More specifically, legal issues that need to be decided in order to protect what you are growing and creating.
In this episode, ...
As tax season gets into full swing, it’s time to discuss the changes in this year’s taxes that will affect small businesses. From the IRS’ recently enacted payroll tax holiday to writing off up to $10,000 in start-up costs for businesses started in 2010, we have a small business champion for ...
There’s a new daily deal site out there aptly named, Moolala. And they’ve developed a unique rewards system at the new site called the Pay Matrix, which offers a daily deal for an early startup. So what does that mean for you and your small business? It means moola in your pocket!
Matt Dale, ...
Sarah Petty opened a boutique photography studio two weeks before the tragedy of 9-11 struck and within 5 years, she was named one of the most successful photographers in the country by The Professional Photographer of America.
Sarah Petty, Founder of The Joy of Marketing, joins Anita Campbell for an ...
Jill Konrath is a recognized sales strategist, speaker and author.  Her newest book, “SNAP Selling,” soared to the #1 Amazon sales book within hours of its release. Jill’s first book, “Selling to Big Companies,” was selected a must read by Fortune Magazine and has been ...
SCORE is an organization that mentors America’s small business owners and operators and can help people dreaming about starting their own small business or those looking to grow their businesses. SCORE is already making its mark as a catalyst for economic growth across the country.  
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Call of the Wild is the longest running adventure travel company, designed specifically for women only, in the world since 1978. Traveling across the United States and around the globe, Call of the Wild provides active adventures for women who are looking to make lifelong memories in a safe and fun environment.
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As part of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s mission to ensure that small business owners and entrepreneurs have access to accurate, timely and helpful information, the organization recently unveiled the new SBA.gov website.
In this special episode, Joe Zepecki, Deputy Assistant Administrator ...
Small businesses make an array of mistakes when upgrading their networks. When a small business is up and running there are three things they should ultimately focus on:  connecting to a network with switches and routers ; securing businesses both physically and technically; and communicating with customers ...
Many small businesses are desperately struggling to regain market share they may have lost from the downturned economy and simple, cost-efficient technologies that help them gain a competitive edge and optimize sales have become must-haves to stay on top of their “A-game.”  It is possible ...
The iPad and iPhone are making inroads into business and, as a result, FileMaker Inc. has recently introduced the FileMaker Go app for iPhone and iPad.  FileMaker Go allows users to work remotely and companies can now accomplish a range of productivity tasks on their smart phone or tablet that include ...
Deb Scott, Author of “The Sky is Green and The Grass is Blue:  Turning Your Upside Down World. . .Right Side Up,” left a successful corporate career in medical sales when she realized that she was not happy simply being a “gerbil on a wheel.”  However, shortly after leaving ...
Twenty million small and mid-sized businesses, auction sellers and ten million classified advertisers need effective, simple, economical ways to reach new and existing customers on mobile devices and the web.  Video ads can be worth their weight in gold to these small and mid-sized business and there ...
Join Anita Campbell, host of Small Business Trends Radio Show, as she talks with Ramon Ray, Editor & Technology Evangelist for SmallBizTechnology, about some of the hottest technologies for small businesses.
You’ll want to keep a pen handy as Ramon covers web sites, new products and services ...
There’s a renewable energy source out there – the ocean tides.  Ocean tides are predictable, you can literally set your watch to them.  They’re a natural part of the clockwork of the universe and all of the planets affect a tidal pattern that repeats itself.  Tidal power takes advantage ...
Every business cranks out a lot of presentations – probably more than they can count. But are these slide decks boosting branding, driving customer engagement, and increasing sales? Presentations are second only to email as the most commonly used business tool, yet most are static, one-way communications ...
Everyone needs someone they can talk to and the same goes in business. A business mentor is someone that’s been there, done that, and the positive benefits of their ongoing wisdom and support are endless. A mentor is a friend, advisor, and confidant and a good mentor is one that takes an interest ...
Jonathan Fields is a lawyer turned entrepreneur, author and blogger. His last book, Career Renegade: How to Make a Great Living Doing What You Love was an MSNBC Top 5 Small Biz Summer read in 2010. Jonathan has been featured widely in both online and offline media and was named one of the 20 people every [...]
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