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6 Sales Strategies You Need to Know

Like we said in our last blog, 5 Ways To Raise Capital, it takes money to make money. There are several ways to get your hands on the cash you need to grow your business; however, last week all of the options we told you about required sharing a portion of your profits with the people that provide the cash. While that’s a great option for some, it’s not always the best option for all. If your business is your baby and you want to keep it that way, keep reading. Today we’re sharing 6 Sales Strategies You Need to Know so you can increase cash flow while maintaining full ownership and … Read more →

As the old saying goes, it takes money to make money. Sure, you can bootstrap a new business to a certain extent. However, when it’s time to scale and make substantial investments in property and/or personnel, in most cases, outside capital has to be acquired. The million dollar question is: how do you get your hands on that money?

We’ve got good news! There are a number of options at your disposal! We’re going to cover a few of them this week. They all have unique benefits.  This is by no means an exhaustive list, but it is a great starting point if you’re just getting your feet wet when it comes to funding a company.

Venture Capital – Venture … Read more →

What A Payroll Company Can Do For You

If you own a small business with fewer than 10 employees and are currently handling your payroll in-house, you may be doing yourself and your business a disservice. At the end of this post, you’ll find a few payroll company recommendations. First, we want to share the benefits to outsourcing payroll and why it might be time for you to consider it.

When you have a payroll company by your side you can:

Use your time more wisely. If you are personally processing payroll for all of your employees, that means that all the time you spend processing payroll is time not being spent in areas of your business (and sometimes even … Read more →

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