Most startups and small businesses are looking for ways to manage their finances more effectively. Success in the early stages takes both operating capital and controlling costs to allow profitability. This can seem like a delicate juggling act, but there are some financial strategies that small business owners can use to support growth. Think Lean
When they first enter the world of business, a lot of people dream about being one of those wall-street tycoons, sitting in their million-dollar penthouse making calls based on their gut-feeling that never goes wrong. Then the reality hits and they realize that before they get to this point, they must first handle a myriad of
Sadly, many small businesses struggle when it comes to achieving significant growth. While other firms, a select few, will manage to move to the big league incredibly quickly. So, how can some firms achieve rapid results, while others remain almost in the same position as when they started? Could your small business make that leap?
When Apple Pay was initially released in 2014 there was hype surrounding digital wallets and mobile payments. People were predicting that Apple Pay was going to replace your credit cards, especially within your small business. Of course, that hasn’t exactly been the case. Apple Pay and other leading digital wallets have become increasingly popular. One
For small business owners in need of a loan, getting an application approved can seem as mystifying as the illusions performed in a Las Vegas magic show. But the process gets a lot easier with the right preparation and an understanding of the importance of cash flow. A survey by the 12 regional Federal Reserve
In business, we sometimes have this chicken or egg situation where it takes money to make money. More specifically, every small business needs to make investments in order to keep growing. This requires putting money down in hopes of a return. While there are several ways to get funding, many small business owners are bootstrapping.