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Small Business and Sole Proprietorship
by Jon Elton
Many businesses are sole proprietorships, firms owned and operated by a single person. When a person decides to open an independent business, that person is then entirely responsible for its success o...
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  • Small Business Owners - Listen To Harry Nilsson And Keep Your Business In Profit
    by Tara Roitman
    "One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do", Harry Nilsson wrote and he was right. If you're in business, especially if you're a small business, one of anything is a sign of trouble. You sho...
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  • Small Business Marketing Tip If You Plan To Use Meat Loaf In Your Marketing
    by Paul Flood
    This is a great lesson to for entrepreneurs who are thinking about using media advertising as one of their small business marketing tools. Remember Meat Loaf (born Michael Lee Aday)? His album Bat...
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  • Small Business Marketing - An Essential Step In Success
    by James Copper
    Regardless of the size, a small business must focus on marketing, just like any business of a substantial size. Unlike big businesses, small businesses have a lot of factors that make marketing more d...
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  • What Are The Benefits Of Having A Drive Up Coffee Shop?
    by Karyn Lewis
    The quest to find a delicious cup of coffee is something many people do on their way to work or as they drop their children off at school. They are looking for a place that can offer their beverage as...
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  • Successful Successors Easier Said Than Done
    by Dan Maloney
    Most family business executives understand the essential elements of financial planning. It starts with three basic, but vital, questions: What Do I Have?; What Do I Want?; and How Do I Get There? T...
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