ERP Software Benefits For Small Businesses & Tips For Fitting It Into A Small Business Budget
19 December 2016
If you own a small business, then you may or may not have heard of enterprise resource planning software, or ERP, software, and how it can help you operate your business much more efficiently. If you don't know how ERP software works, then you can read the basics about it below. If you have heard of it and would love to use it to help boost virtually every aspect of your business, then you may wonder how you can take advantage of it without spending a small fortune on a software program, such as Microsoft GP, the license fee, the hardware needed to run it, and the cost of someone to train you and your employees how to take full advantage of all it offers.
New To Finding And Selling Scrap Metal? 3 Misconceptions That Can Cost You Money
14 December 2016
Many people earn good incomes finding and selling scrap metal as a full-time job, but you can earn some great extra income from selling scrap metal to scrap metal buyers working just a few hours each week. Of course, there is a learning curve to knowing where to find free metal in your area legally, how to sort it, and which metals will earn you the most cash, but once you master the basics of scrap metal collecting, your job will become much easier and more lucrative.
From Prototype To Profit: 7 Ways To Get Your New Product To Consumers
28 November 2016
Finding distribution channels for a new product is one of the biggest challenges a business owner or inventor faces. You have a great idea that provides real solutions to consumers, but you just can't walk into your local retail store and get shelf space. Or can you? The decisions made at this pivotal point are crucial to the survival of your company or idea.
Here are 7 ways you may be able to get your new product into the hands of potential customers, once you're fully protected by a patent, incorporated, and have implemented your marketing and branding ideas:
New Restaurant Openings: 4 Connections to Help You Reach Customers and Branch Out in Communities
18 November 2016
When you are opening a restaurant, there may be a lot of things that you feel like you can do on your own. Creating success in the first year of your business is essential in building a customer base and making a profit as quickly as possible. This is why connecting with business-partner services can go a long way in helping your restaurant launch and thrive in those first months. Branching out and seeking help from other businesses can help reduce your workload and allow you to focus on more important elements of the restaurant atmosphere.