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The Best time to Review and Update Your Business Plan

In this post, you will learn what events trigger a need to update your business plan, how updating a business plan differs from creating the original, and who should be involved in the updating process.

Do I Need to Update My Entire Plan?

Rarely is a complete update required, but frequently the marketing section strategies and tactics need review and updating to meet constantly changing market realities.

For example, which of your actions/activities worked well and should be continued, and which should not? If everything is working, then you are not experimenting enough — not everything will work

Analyzing Your Financial Ratios

This workshop will help you understand how ratios determine the financial health of your business, the types of ratios used in financial analysis and more.

The Barefoot Spirit and Company Culture: Sales is King

This webinar is for those that are both in the startup and growth phase stages of their business looking to boost the bottom line and increase profits and have (or want to have) a product delivered through a distribution system.

Pavement-Pounding Strategies to Generate More Sales

Watch this workshop to get unique ideas and training tools from entrepreneur and SCORE mentor P. Simon Mahler. He'll show you back-to-basics strategies to get you and your salespeople actively engaged with your target market.

Winter Weather Preparedness

Watch this webinar for practical, applicable tips and best practices to mitigate the risks to your small business posed by winter weather. 

Tips for Finding and Working with Wholesalers

If you own a small retail store or service business, there’s a good chance you’ll need a wholesale supplier to provide essential goods. However, with thousands of wholesalers throughout the country, it can be a difficult (and sometimes overwhelming) task finding the right one to best meet your needs.

Before beginning your search, it’s helpful to understand the five main types of wholesalersHere they are, as described by Entrepreneur.com:

  • Manufacturers - Most small businesses don’t purchase goods directly from big manufacturers because they require incredibly large sales volumes to


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