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
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
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.
Companies can use the PESTEL analysis to determine long-term strategies for growth, opportunity, and minimize risk. The 6 factors of PESTEL are political, economic, sociocultural, technological, environmental, and legal/regulatory.
List of start up costs for new businesses to help with estimating financing, proformas, and starting a business.
The start of summer is officially here. That also means some time to spend reading by the pool or the beach if you are lucky enough to get to spend the three day weekend relaxing. If you are looking for a business read, then let me throw out, Preparing Effective Business Plans: An Entrepreneurial Approach… Continue reading Happy Memorial Day! and Book Recommendation
As a business owner, do you know who your target market is? Can you describe the person or business that you are specifically targeting that can benefit from your product, find value in your product, and willing to pay for it? When I teach marketing to college and graduate students, I like to talk about… Continue reading Defining your Target Market: Not everyone buys the same toilet paper