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The Elements of Workplace Culture You Need to Know to Make Change

If you have ever noticed that there is a certain atmosphere within your company, you have likely picked up on your company’s organizational culture.  To improve the culture, you need to be aware of how your company functions within...

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Tips for Female Entrepreneurs

Starting and running a business can be difficult no matter who you are, but at times it can be more challenging for female entrepreneurs.  Women may face obstacles that men do not, like sexism or old stereotypes that presume...

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Tips to Manage Small Business Finances

Attempting to manage your finances is a challenge for many small business owners. If you don’t have much experience with business finance management, it may feel like a tedious chore, and you may slip into poor financial habits. Eventually,...

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Consider Leasing Your Equipment

If you work in a fast-paced industry that’s constantly changing and requires the latest technology to remain competitive, you know that upgrading to new equipment on a regular basis is a must. However, constantly purchasing new equipment outright can...

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Top 3 Tips for Financing Commercial Real Estate

If you’re a small business owner that has also managed residential rental properties on the side, then you may’ve given serious thought to investing in commercial real estate.  Real estate is a solid investment vehicle as property values do...

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What To Consider When Getting a Business Line of Credit

There are several ways businesses can utilize financing to fund growth projects, bridge economically slow periods, or maintain cash flow. One such way is a business line of credit, which provides access to funds typically in an amount less...

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Which Industries Are Best for Startups and Why?

Entrepreneurs looking to start a business will often see which industries have the best growth potential before investing time and money in a company. This is because startups in flagging or troubled industries are more likely to fail than...

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