Week 5 Recap: Amber Heard Cross-Examined & Witnesses Testify on Her Behalf (Sidebar Podcast EP. 21)

Week 5 Recap: Amber Heard Cross-Examined & Witnesses Testify on Her Behalf (Sidebar Podcast EP. 21)

Small Business Lead Generation: Know It to Grow It

The importance of small business lead generation just can’t be emphasized enough. An exponentially high number of startups are surfacing every day, and need the necessary impetus to make their mark in the industry. Needless to say, with the increasing numbers, the competition is also increasing.

Make the Most From Your Business – Part 3 of 3 – Fixed Costs

Managing your fixed costs doesn’t always mean cutting fixed costs. Fixed costs are the investment you make in your business to produce profit. Cut too much in the wrong place and you will incur the opportunity cost of reduced contribution margin, and that will have an impact on your bottom line. Make sure that all of your fixed expenses support the core function of your business.

How to Build a Business Using Freelancers Right From the Scratch?

Freelancers are the ideal building foundation of your budding business. They serve as the best catalyst to take it to great heights through smart utilization.

Systemise Your Business Quickly and Easily With These Three Tips

Systemising a service based business doesn’t have to be hard, but it is essential if you are to create a business that operates in a structured way, using smart and streamlined business practices. Creating systems and structure, for most business is at the bottom of the to do list, but hopefully this article will give you some ideas as to where and how you can start creating systems to simplify and streamline your business so that you have more time to focus on money making and value adding activities and less time on repetitive and routine activities. Here are my…

Military Contracts and Small Business Purchasing Regulatory Requirements – Let’s Talk Performance

It is amazing all the programs we have for small business contractors doing business with the federal government and the state governments. It seems that whenever there is a contract available, the small businesses get a bid advantage, and even more so if they happen to be a minority-run company. This may seem like a fair way to do it because it’s hard for a smaller company to compete with a corporation which is well-funded, well-staffed, and with lots of executive management experience. To that I agree, however when it comes to the military, there’s more to the story.