Starting small is ok. That's why it's called a small business. It's not called a large business when you first start. You may be wondering where to start or how to start your craft business. Sometimes you just have to start and then figure things out as you go. But the more prepared you are… Continue reading Starting a Craft Business
I hope you, your family, and your friends have many wonderful memories these next few weeks over the holidays. Take time to enjoy yourself and recharge. We'll be back in 2020 with some new changes. Stay tuned for details.
Guerilla marketing is an option for small businesses that have little or no money for marketing. With some creative thinking, there are several ways to reach a large amount of people, including farmers markets, sporting events, and concerts.
Hey small business owner! Are you achieving the sales and recognition that you want? Are you anywhere near that goal or are you sitting there with the birds chirping in the background? Most of the free training, YouTube videos, podcasts, and blog posts make it seem like you can create a website or channel or… Continue reading Promotions Strategy
Since it's the middle of the summer in Tennessee with temperatures hitting the mid 90 degrees, I sometimes take my twins to the mall play place. It's not my favorite place to go due to the chaos of running, screaming, and crazy kids in a confined space, but I manage. I have not taken the… Continue reading Pricing Strategy for New Products
Congratulations! If you followed last week's blog, you are well on your way to becoming an official business. One that is registered by the county, state, possibly collecting taxes on the goods that you are selling, and on your way to operating an official business. I know you may still be waiting on getting some… Continue reading Official Business Owner! Find a Super Accountant!
To start a business, you need several licenses depending on your business and where you live. This article provides guidance on county and city licenses, industry licenses, sales and use tax, and HOA restrictions.