Archive for February 2008

Common Mistakes In Business Plans

Your business plan is typically the first impression potential lenders of investors get about your business idea. Even with a great product, team, and customers, and you are unable to convey to properly convey your image, it could be the last impression if your plan has some of the following, common mistakes.

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Smart Marketing For Not-So-Big Businesses

Every business owner has a dream of making their business grow and become household names in their chosen field. In fact, all would daresay that they would put everything they have to make their business successful. And that includes money earned from the blood and sweat of these guys.

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How Small And Mid-Sized Businesses Can Save, Save, Save

The laws of supply and demand in traditional economics would generally dictate that a steep rise in price of a product or commodity would lead to a reduction in demand. However, when that commodity is a necessity and is not easily substitutable, the drop in demand will be much less marked and in certain cases…

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Recession Versus Small Business Working Capital

Many people believe that the U.S. economy is heading for recession. The coming downturn is going to make it hard for business owners to keep their working capital from decreasing to the point where they become insolvent. The government is sending mixed signals to banks as to their intent on their call to action to…

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