Truck fleet managers, owners and operations often have a concern about fuel expenditures. Fuel is often a significant expense for truck drivers or owners, and it’s one of the primary factors you can control. It can help to explain why...
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The modern business landscape is far different than it was a decade or so ago. Advancements with digital technologies have made it easier than ever for people in the workforce to get distracted while performing their jobs. This is true...
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One of the secrets to starting a successful business is finding a niche market and honing in on it. By focusing your attention on a specific industry, you stand to gain a lot more. Businesses that center on aircraft parts,...
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When it comes to purchasing, renovating or expanding commercial real estate, there are a number of financial options available. Compare these popular financial options today to discover how you can grow your investment and secure the commercial property you need...
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There are a number of steps involved with starting your own business. First, you need to think about what industry you want to enter. Working in a field like transportation, for example, can be a great way for you to...
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An SBA 504 loan, which is guaranteed by the U.S. Small Business Administration, offers long-term financing for buying equipment, real estate, and other types of fixed assets. There are three different parties involved with the SBA 504 loan – the bank, the...
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Success in commercial real estate depends on several key factors. This article goes over those factors to help you know what to look for when considering whether to invest in a property. Factor 1: Codes and Zoning Government codes and...
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The easiest way to improve your business’s reputation with its customers is by improving employees’ customer service skills. This article looks at several concrete ways to do that. Prioritize Thick Skin Thick skin is essential for employees who deal with...
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At one time or another, most small businesses run into problems with cash flow. Slow paying customers, unanticipated problems, and the simple requirement of day-to-day operations will often dictate that your budget is exceeded, and you lack the funding to...
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