5 more money saving tips to help your business save dollars and pennies.
Cash is king for a reason. Smart businesses worry about both the dollars and the pennies. Here are five money saving tips I've learned along the way.
In part one we saw Anne, the person behind Vixen Unleashed Cosmetics, answer some questions about her company and philosophy of connecting with customers. Part two is a breakdown of her answers and three simple themes.
A significant expense with a new hire is the cost of training. An experienced military veteran – i.e. an electrician, a plumber, a welder – can be productive on the first day of work.
A young boy scout who loved Snickers bars a little too much, the Theory of Constraints, rapid continuous improvement and what any small business can learn not just for manufacturing but for any business process.
This one's for the ladies and especially the fellas. Part one of a look into Vixen Cosmetics' founder Anne Giordano's views on social media, marketing and unleashing your inner vixen (man or woman).
How a tie anecdote teaches us the important of formalizing critical processes in small business. Also, don't stop swearing.
Based on my experience, the total cost of a work-related injury requiring a visit to the med-center is a minimum of $1,000.
An overview of Michael Porter's five forces model and how to test your business strategy's effectiveness against it.
What I learned from almost 6 years at a small manufacturing company about digital and social media marketing.