With strategy, and a plan, I think I could keep my resolutions and accomplish a lot in 2014. This doesn’t just apply to personal resolutions—think of your business, and all of the goals you want to set for it. You can reach those goals if you have strategies and a plan for implementing them.
The Bplans SWOT analysis template is all you need to get started developing smart strategies for your business.
If you own a traditional “brick and mortar” business, it’s easy to assume a lot of the business tips you read online simply don’t apply to you. The truth is, they do!
Believe it or not, there are major corporations out there willing to advise you (for free) as you start your new business. Why? Because if you’re successful, you’re likely to be a loyal, lifetime customer.
Coming up with great ideas is easy. It’s putting those ideas into action that’s difficult.
It takes some extra effort to establish business credit, but doing so is a critical part of building a secure foundation for your business.
As of September 23, 2013, American businesses can advertise that they are raising money, and it won’t be considered a crime.
Too often we think of business planning as full of arcane details, but the details mean nothing without these three core stories.
Few people are prepared to grow a local company into a thriving medium-sized or large company. Here are three things you need to do to grow your small business right.
Having long-term vision is one of the keys to good leadership, and necessary for any successful business. With long-term visions come long-term projects—and the longer-term the project, the harder it is to manage your team’s progress towards completing it.