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5 Franchise Tips If you are thinking about purchasing a franchise, keep the following 5 tips in mind. View
Growing the Franchise You, the franchisee, have supported this system with your royalties and initial purchase price and it now will be one of your biggest assets as you decide to grow your business. View
3-Year Profit and Loss Projection This template can be used to calculate the projected profit of 3 years.  View
Converting Sales Leads Into Buyers SCORE ExpertAnswers When Jill Konrath recognized that the crazy-busy work environment was wreaking havoc with sellers, she immersed herself in the issue until she discovered new strategies that worked. That resulted in her highly acclaimed book, SNAP Selling, which jumped to #1 on Amazon within... View
Cleaning Up Your Credit Steve Strauss, founder of www.theselfemployed.com, offers advice for improving your personal and business credit ratings. View
Why You Should Rethink Traditional MarketingIn the era of information overload, consumers are bombarded with thousands of marketing messages every day. A logo on a T-shirt, a radio ad, or a TV commercial may not stay in a consumer’s mind very long because the next wave of advertising messages is a few seconds away. Consumers have... View
Know Your Numbers: What You Can Do Now to Drive Stronger Financial Health Whether you are a newly minted entrepreneur or you’re a business that has been around for a dozen years, a critical element for small business success means knowing your numbers. Sponsored by Visa, This e-guide is designed to help you better understand what figures and... View
What’s The Best Franchise For You? The right franchise can pave the way to the entrepreneurial lifestyle, without some of the hassles. Read this guide to find out what's the best fit for you. View
Evolve or Die Don't get trapped in an obsolete business plan. Business and market conditions evolve. To succeed, so must you. View
Crossing the Pond: U.S. vs. the U.K. Separated by a common language and business cultures. Immpreneur Mark Wilkins explains the differences between doing business in the U.S. and his native U.K. View