How Your Business Can Maximize Unsold Merchandise

Maximize Unsold Inventory Small Business

Did you know that nearly 21 billion pounds of textiles end up in landfills each year? These discarded textiles sometimes include new merchandise that retailers threw in the garbage. And while some of the big box retailers like big boys like Macy’s and Target can afford to do that, your small busines…

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Proceed With Caution: 'Artificial Scarcity' Can Be Deceptive

Artificial Scarcity

Are you familiar with artificial scarcity? In broad marketing terms, it means deliberately limiting the availability of something to build demand. If you haven’t used or come in contact with this strategy in business, you’ve certainly experienced it as a consumer, whether you were aware of it or not…

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How 5 Small Businesses Got Their Start

How 5 Small Businesses Got Their Start

As Small Business Week approaches, it’s a great time to sit back and appreciate the hard road small business owners have to travel to find success. We talked to five successful small business owners to learn how they got started, and got their now-thriving businesses off the ground.

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Top 3 ways to quickly improve your leadership skills

Top 3 Ways to Quickly Improve Your Leadership Skills

You can learn to be a top-notch leader but it entails a lot of work and time to get those lessons down. Not to worry, there are also ways to improve your leadership skills right now.  Here are three ways you can become the leader you are meant to be.

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Guide to Improving Your Working Capital through Financing

Guide to Improving Your Working Capital through Financing

Working capital, which is current assets minus current liabilities, needs to be positive or your business can be in serious trouble. A negative working capital is an experience that unfortunately most small businesses share, no matter what sector. But you can fix it.

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