When trying to sell something to someone, we owe it to our prospects to be incredibly aware of their responses and reactions when we ask for the sale.
So what do I mean by usual suspects? Think government grants and loans. Let’s face it folks, the competition is fierce, the volume of paper work is high, the deadlines are tight, and well, it’s no easy walk in the park to get fed bucks.
If you’re not ready to hire an extra employee, but you occasionally need or want some extra help or collaboration, here are some options to consider.
Travel is expensive in Canada, so I want to outline a few ways we’ve found that small business owners can reduce travel expenses.
When times are rough, sales low, and motivation on the downturn, here are five tips to keep you going…
With all the time I spend on social media, I’m really starting to wonder what I did with all my time before it existed.
Traffic to retail stores continues to decline, and as former owner of one, I know that nothing is more frustrating than standing in your store day-after-day waiting for people to walk in and perhaps make a purchase. So what’s a retailer to do?
Remember that friend your parents always said was a bad influence? Yep, that’s summer. I’m sure you’ve noticed how the recent explosion of beautiful weather can be a major distraction.
How do you successfully get to know your customers without going over the top with your marketing budget?
Occasionally, I let myself dream. And one day I realized that my dream was to quit my job, and work from home full-time.