Blog posts tagged with "Small Business Tips"

4 Reasons to Reduce Food Waste in Your Restaurant

June 14, 2018
As one of the largest private sector employers in the United States, the restaurant industry goes through billions of pounds of food every year while generating billions of dollars for the economy.

Entity Evaluation – Is Your Corporate Structure Satisfying Your Business’s Needs?

June 08, 2018
In our complex and modern economy, U.S. laws permit numerous ways for business owners to set up their businesses. In this article, we’ll review the most common options for small business owners either looking to start a business or are considering a change of business entity. This list is by no means exclusive, so if you have a business entity structure that works for you, let us know how you’re organized and why you prefer this type of structure!

5 Tips for Seasonal Restaurants

June 06, 2018
Running a seasonal business comes with a unique set of challenges. You must earn your sales in a short window, as you’re closed for at least a few months out of the year. As a seasonal restaurant owner, you’re likely faced with additional trials, due to the competitive nature of the restaurant industry. With more than 600,000 restaurants in the U.S., it’s imperative that you’re able to outsell your competitors in order to remain operational.

Eight Tasks That You Should Delegate to Your Employees

June 05, 2018
As a business owner, you probably feel like you don’t have enough hours in a day. There’s always more work to be done, and your business can always keep growing. Still, you can’t handle every business matter independently, which is why having employees you trust is crucial. As the owner, you should be setting the vision for your business, and letting your employees handle the details.

5 Benefits of Offering Summer Fridays

June 01, 2018
Summer is almost here, which means your employees might be inquiring about Summer Fridays. Some companies let their employees leave the office early or take the entire day off on Fridays during the summer, so that they can take advantage of the warm weather. If your company hasn’t offered this perk in the past, you may be curious about how this will affect your business during the summer months.

4 Signs It's Time to Cut Ties with Your Business Partner

May 28, 2018
Having a business partner can have significant benefits; you can share the workload that comes with running a business, bounce ideas off each other, and ensure that the pressure of success isn’t solely on your shoulders. Unfortunately, not all business partnerships are advantageous, and some can even affect the future of a company. In fact, up to 70 percent of business partnerships end up failing.

How to Gain More Twitter Followers on Your Business Account

May 24, 2018
With over 330 million active users, Twitter can help you accelerate your sales and reach new customers. When used strategically, this social networking site can help generate leads, drive traffic to your website, increase brand recognition, and build meaningful relationships with customers, just to name a few examples. In fact, 36 percent of marketers say they have gained at least one new customer by using Twitter!

How to Open a Business Bank Account

May 23, 2018
Opening a business bank account is an important early step in the journey of small business ownership. By doing so, you’ll be able to separate your personal finances from your business finances, which is vital when establishing yourself as a legitimate business.

6 Sales Mistakes Your Small Business Might Be Making

May 22, 2018
With so many daily responsibilities, it’s likely difficult for you to be an expert in all areas of running your small business. For example, you might not have substantial sales experience, and because of this it could be affecting the success of your business.  To help you improve your company’s sales strategy, we’re going to list some common sales mistakes that small business owners make, and tips to get on track, make more sales, and increase profit.

Buying vs. Renting a Location for Your Business

May 21, 2018
As a small business owner, you should think carefully about your expenditures. In fact, not making enough money to cover expenses is one of the reasons that many business owners fail.