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  • by on February 25, 2018 in The Biz Tips

    Top 4 Things to Know When Starting a Business

    Behind every successful business, there are great ideas. However, you should know how to convert these ideas into business objectives. Some prerequisites to start a new business. Here are the top 4 things to know when starting a business.

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  • by on February 21, 2018 in Money The Biz Tips

    Successful Business Trends For a Profitable 2018

    To drive success, your company should adopt innovative moves. The first of being successful business trends for a profitable 2018. The great thing about trends is learning what works and what doesn’t (under particular circumstance). Increased Wages For many years,

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  • by on February 15, 2018 in Design The Biz Tips

    Ways to Help Your Business Go Green

    Striving to help your business go green is one of social and environmental responsibility. It may also soon be a requirement as consumers become more “spend conscious”–wanting only to buy products and services from businesses who do their part in

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  • by on February 12, 2018 in Uncategorized

    Keeping Your Costs Low: Intellectual Property & College Workers

    While starting a business requires a ton of hard work, it doesn’t necessarily have to require a ton of liquid capital. The Internet and innovative technology is the main reason that starting a company doesn’t have to be a

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  • by on February 7, 2018 in News The Biz

    The International Impact of The EB-5 Business Plan

    The EB-5 Visa boosts the United States economy through foreign investment. Under this program, foreign investors can become lawful permanent residence by financing $1,000,000 to a business in U.S. or $500,000 in a targeted employment area thus decreasing the

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  • by on February 2, 2018 in The Biz

    Introvert Entrepreneurs Make Great Business Leaders

    It’s often assumed that a successful entrepreneur appears powerful and can take over a room in a matter of minutes, or be found charming their way through a sales pitch. The business world has somewhat overlooked the introvert entrepreneurs, and that’s

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  • by on January 31, 2018 in The Biz Tips

    Writing A Business Plan From Scratch

    Writing a business plan for the first time is not a simple task. Creating your plan could be especially overwhelming if you’re not particularly business-savvy. What’s most important is that you understand what you’re trying to accomplish through your

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  • by on January 31, 2018 in Uncategorized

    Can I Use Kickstarter?

    Kickstarter is a company name thrown around in many start up business ventures. In the simplest terms, Kickstarter is a fundraising platform for projects. The projects found on the site can be just about anything they meet integrity standards. Whether you wish

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  • by on January 25, 2018 in The Biz Tips

    Creating The Perfect Mission Statement

    A mission statement is something you create to tell the world why you’re in business. It includes your purpose, how, and why you make it happen. A mission statement is different from a vision statement. Whereas a vision statement

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  • by on January 23, 2018 in The Biz

    Hiring New Employees Shouldn’t Be a Rushed Decision

    Whether you’re just starting a new business, or new positions are opening up, hiring employees is a process that shouldn’t be overlooked. As noted by Whole Foods CEO, the person who talks the best is usually the one who

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