Nonprofit and for-profit organizations share many similarities in administration.
Only half of all small businesses survive more than five years, the SBA says.
Focus and an ability to follow the rules make many veterans a good fit for franchise businesses.
You credit score can make growing your business harder or easier.
Online lending and crowdfunding are new sources of capital.
Understanding process is key to raising capital or winning loans.
Properly pricing your goods or services is key to profitability.
By communicating clearly what's expected, you'll attract the right applicants.
Internships can be mutually beneficial with some key steps for success.
Help for experience benefits students, small companies.
Why even small businesses should embrace a holiday marketing strategy early.
Financing a startup business can be difficult but various programs can help.
Software, apps can help assure transparency and compliance.
Part one of a two-part column looks at who needs to comply and how.
A balance sheet, a profit and loss statement and cash flow analysis are critical.
Getting the media’s attention is only half the battle.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 30 percent of the firms in Pima County are owned by women.
You been slaving away for a year or two, and it appears that your business is going to survive. Customers, expenses and employees have stabilized. Maybe it's time for a break. Suddenly you are confronted with an entirely new range of issues. Who can you put in charge while you are away?
Pro athletes know what their strongest skills are, and they learn to play to them.
Most small-business owners are consumed by the daily challenges of running their business - satisfying customers, managing services and products, tracking finances and suppliers, and personnel scheduling.