Tag: Small Business Owner

Ergonomics: Five Ways to Increase Employee Safety and Decrease Cost

[Today’s guest article was written by Kara Masterson, a business writer from Utah.] Ergonomics is the science of making common tasks more comfortable. It is big business for companies that design ergonomic products and services, but it can also be

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3 Tips to Make a Small Business Attractive to Buyers

[Today’s guest post was written by Dave Gillian.] You came up with the business plan, ordered the inventory, hired the employees, and launched your first-ever company. But now, it’s time to sell the business and move on to greener pastures. Just

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Your Poor Grammar May Be Costing Your Business Twitter Followers

[Today’s article was written by Debbie Allen, who is an online marketer, content writer, and blogger.] Twitter can be an excellent platform for growing your business. You can use it as a place to promote articles that discuss topics relating to

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Brainstorming Business Ideas: 3 Ways to Make Money the Smart Way, Not the Hard Way

[Today’s article was written by freelance writer, Arlene Chandler.] A couple decades ago, people’s dreams of owning their own company involved a brick and mortar business, hours of hard physical labor, and usually just enough money to get by. The

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Providing Energy Savings and Cost Reductions Using HVAC to Meet Demand

Red Rose Forest, a small business, successfully decarbonized its industrial unit by implementing their energy efficiency improvements. As a result, they saved as much as £3,900 ($5930) and 19 tonnes of carbon every year. The technology used controls the combi-boiler heating by dividing

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Top 5 Tips for Keeping Bookkeeping Duties from Driving You Crazy

[Today’s guest post was written by Sarah Boisvert.] As a small business owner or entrepreneur, you know that bookkeeping is a necessary evil that will come back to haunt you if not handled properly. The implications of overlooked—or worse yet—ignored bookkeeping

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