As your startup grows, you may find that you begin to take on remote employees or telecommuters.
You might not think that jazz and business have much in common, but a business professor who moonlights as a jazz pianist begs to differ.
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There may come a time when you’ve taken your business idea as far as you can or you get an offer that’s just too good to pass up. Or you may just be ready to retire.
Cash flow is the life of your business, so getting paid on time is critical for a startup.
What many small businesses lack in budgets, they make up for in creative benefits.
If you have big ambitions for your startup, eventually you’re going to have so much to do that you can’t do it all yourself. When that day comes, it’s time to hire employee #1.
Want to learn how to run a tight ship? Listen to a guy who’s been there.
In his new book, WIRED editor-in-chief Chris Anderson writes that technology has “democratized the means of production.”
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As a small business owner, odds are you’ll eventually reach a point where you need more IT development expertise than you have in house – but can’t afford a full-time staff person to do it.
Haiku Deck promises to do for presentations what Instagram did for photos: Make us all look like creative geniuses.