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Construction Theft and Vandalism: Why They’re Common

=Imagine yourself being a business owner or a construction contractor. You wake up one morning to heartbreaking news: someone stole your backhoe, the brand-new equipment that cost you over $100,000 to purchase. That’s not all. The thieves seemed to have taken their precious time, leaving various marks on the wall and around the site. If …

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Scale Your Business to Greater Heights with a Reverse Logistic Program

A little digging into the humble roots of JCPenney and Sears, some of the powerhouses in the retail section reveals their meteoric rise. JCPenney was a small general store in Wyoming, while Sear an equally small store in a train station in Minnesota. Fast-forward today — these two have evolved into a powerhouse in the …

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Prep Up: 3 Questions to Ask Before Opening a Coworking Space

There’s no doubt about it, co-working space businesses have a huge profit potential. There’s been a big shift in how work is done in the last years, making businesses and individual professionals flock to these flexible office spaces. Then again, the huge demand only makes for profit potential, not guaranteed business success. You can, however, …

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3 Practical Ways That Businesses May Use to Manage Their Accounts

Accounting is an essential component of all business activities. It is not only for performance reviews but also for a business to fulfill its legal obligations in the way of paying its taxes. It is impossible to determine the amount of taxes to be paid without first determining the profit levels of a business. Therefore, …

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How To Set The Right Goals For A Business?

Goals for a “for profit” company, and for a “nonprofit” company are different. Primary goal for a “for profit company”  is to make money, to make a profit. First step is to separate Primary and secondary goals. When setting goals consider:  customers, stockholders (owners), community, workers, family, and yourself when setting goals. Set a goal to work toward making a …

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