Category Archives: Small Business

The Entrepreneur: Rob Gros, Chemical Intelligence Limited

Founder: Rob GrosCompany: Chemical Intelligence LimitedWebsite: in one line: Research and development into antimicrobial technology for use in high volume, disposable, consumable medical devices, such as medical examination gloves.Previous companies: London City Press Limited, Sheetfed Limited, Content Entertainment, PatientPak Limited, Sanitas HealthcareTurnover: $5m per annum Business growth Describe your business model and what makes […]

Propel Your Business into 2019 with Upgrades in Innovative Technologies

If small businesses can see the future benefits of innovative technologies, they will have an edge in their market. Predictive analysis tools like artificial intelligence and machine learning are picking up speed, and fast! It’s safe to say that innovative technologies are more than a fad, they’re here to stay. If you aren’t yet on […]

How Delegation Can Help You Break Through The $1 Million Barrier

Julia Pimsleur wrote “Million Dollar Women: The Essential Guide for Female Entrepreneurs Who Want to Go Big” to assist girls be taught to lift capital and take their companies additional, quicker. Julia Pimsleur – profitable founder, scaling coach, speaker, and the writer of Million Greenback Girls – is aware of so much about delegation. The […]

BizSugar Mastermind Community Kicks Off Goal Setting Challenge

Tomorrow (Wednesday, January 23, 2019) we kickoff our Goal Setting Challenge event using our free Goal Setting Templates in the re-imagined BizSugar Mastermind community. To join us, comment and ask your questions here. Note: you have to be a free member of our Blogger Mastermind community and log in to get to that link. How […]

5 Small-Business Branding Lessons to be Learned from Halloween Characters

ADOTAS — Joyful Halloween! It’s a time for costumes, spooks, sweet, and branding classes for small companies. That’s proper, a time to check out what small enterprise branding classes we will study from Halloween characters. Take a guess at which character finest represents a problem your model is going through. Frankenstein It’s Alive! However your […]

How to Become an Airbnb Host and How Much Can You Make?

If you’ve traveled recently, there’s a good chance you paid to stay in someone else’s home rather than a hotel, and you did so because of Airbnb. If your experience was positive, you might be asking how to become an Airbnb host yourself. So, we’re here to discuss the economics of hosting on Airbnb—how much […]

SBDCTerri’s Cafe – Meridian – SBDC

Success Stories Turning a dream in to owning a business, a reality “If not for the expertise of my SBDC consultant and herwillingness to work with me on the important aspects ofpurchasing a business, the purchase of the cafe would havenever happened.” Terri Haeckl worked as a server and manager at Steve’s Café’s in Montana […]

Dealing with Serial Returners? Here’s How To Handle and Prevent Excessive Returns

This is a post by Abby Heugel. Retail is a game of numbers, and according to the National Retail Federation, customers in the U.S. returned about $351 billion worth of items that they had purchased from brick-and-mortar retailers and online stores in 2017. A certain amount of returned items are expected as the cost of doing […]

3 Simple Store Changes That Helped This Retailer Grow Their Bottom Line by 60% (with Photos)

Meet Jon Wakefield, the proprietor of Pets of Sandgate, an Australian-based retailer that sells pet merchandise for canines, cats, fish, reptiles, and extra. When Jon’s dad and mom opened the shop in 2003, he knew that he wished to personal and run it sometime. So, that’s exactly what he did. In 2016, Jon bought Pets of […]