Category Archives: Operations

Business Startup Checklist

This list is not designed to be all encompassing. Rather, it is designed to bring to light some of the many things you need to consider when starting a business. You should see advice and assistance from experts and trusted advisors before investing your hard earned time and money into your new venture. This may include, but not be limited to, attorneys, accountants, insurance specialists, bankers, and marketing consultants.

What is the “Orphan” in the Workplace?

Identifying the Negative Employee

With a lot of focus on positivity in the workplace recently, it’s important to find out who the negative workers are in the office and WHY. We found this explanation of one type of negative employee from Stephen W. Frueh, PhD, in the recent blog of Southern California Professional.

The Future of In-Store Retail Shopping Goes High Tech

Retail Shopping Trends - Business Owner 1010

(ARA) – Remember the days of loading the station wagon and heading to the local mall to spend the entire day getting everything the family needs? Well, those days a long gone. Today, American shoppers are savvy and smart. They know exactly what they want and how they’ll get it. The Internet has also taken a bit out of local retail shopping. As a result of this fast-paced shopping evolution we are witnessing, the retail environment is transforming, too.

Commercial Leasing Lingo

By Sheryl Mazirow
Mazirow Commercial

Reposted From

Before you steam ahead with leasing office space, here are some basic commercial real estate leasing terms you should know:

A Small Business Owner’s Guide: Choosing a Fast, Quality Print Vendor

(ARA) – Long gone are the days when the ordering brochures, business cards or banners for trade shows required multiple visits to a print shop, followed by a lengthy wait to get the job done. Digital printing technology has dramatically improved the process, and that’s great news for small business owners who need quality print products to help build their brand and their business – especially in a pinch.