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How to Write a Business Plan: Part 4 – Organization and Management

The business plan boot camp will consist of nine parts in total, each tackling a portion of the plan and the basics of how to handle its successful creation as

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Which Hard and Soft Skills Should You Value Most in Prospective Employees?

Interviewing a candidate for a job at your company is not a simple process. In order to ensure that you are getting the perfect new hire, you have to inquire

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What Interview Questions Should You Ask Millennials?

As alien as Generation Y may seem to older bosses or hiring managers, they are becoming an increasingly important and omnipresent sector of the workforce. By 2020 Millennials will represent

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How to Write a Business Plan: Part 3 – Market Analysis

The business plan boot camp will consist of nine parts in total, each tackling a portion of the plan and the basics of how to handle its successful creation as

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Business Growth Success Stories – Learning from Dominos Business Redesign

With tough economic times still on the horizon, some chain businesses have had to reinvent themselves to garner business from patrons and potentially new customers. These redesigns are making headway

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How to Write a Business Plan: Part 2 – Company Description

The business plan boot camp will consist of nine parts in total, each tackling a portion of the plan and the basics of how to handle its successful creation as

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Should You Hire Millennials?

Your business is scaling up and you’ve managed to land that big new contract or client that promises to put your outfit on the map, finally. All of a sudden

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Filing Small Business Tax Returns Late – What You Need to Know

There is no better way to stay ahead of the IRS than to pay your taxes on time. It is advisable to start filing your returns even before the financial

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