Every business needs money at some point, it’s really just a matter of when. You might need to pull through a slow season, expand products and services, or launch a new digital marketing campaign.
Not every small business owner loves dealing with the nitty gritty of numbers.
Small business owners have enough headaches already, what with meeting payroll, dealing with government regulations and pleasing customers.
Blockchain is a digital ledger. It’s a distributed database that allows trustworthy and permanent record keeping. Each record, or block, is timestamped and links back to a previous block.
Independent retailers and online merchants have one big thing in common: as small business owners, you need to watch the bottom line.
How can a start-up compete against established industry titans like eBay and Walmart? Like the fabled tale of David and Goliath, entrepreneurs challenge the status quo daily in their pursuit of innovation.
When you earn the lion’s share of your profits during the holiday season, there are two big questions small retailers should be asking themselves: Did I adequately prepare for my holiday business? What can I do if holiday sales are bigger than I expected?
Creating a financial plan for your business is an essential step in preparing for a successful year.
The National Retail Federation predicts that sales in November and December of 2015 will total around $630.5 billion.
As a small business owner it’s important to understand the potential risks facing you on a short and long term basis in order to accurately plan for the future.