Tag: small business
Being a small business and getting on your feet can be hard work. Working capital loans can help. Ironwood Finance provides some reasons why working capital loans might be a good idea for your and your business.
Every morning across America, a small business owner wakes up with the intention of doing what he or she enjoys most – growing their company, earning a living, and determining their own path in this world. These are the fundamental drivers behind our national entrepreneurial spirit, the motivators of our 29.6 million small business owners, and the reasons our pioneering leaders wake up and tackle each new day.
In 2010, there were 27.9 million small businesses – that is, firms with fewer than 500 employees – in the United States. And though these companies represent every industry around, the fundamental challenges they all face remain the same. This infographic looks at the “life suckers” in small business.
If you are a small business owner and confused between small business loan and invoice factoring for your startup funding, this infographic will help you to know the difference between invoice factoring and a small business loan.
Due to the current state of the economy and the lack of financing from traditional lenders, like big banks, some may not think there is much hope of financing for small businesses, but they’d be wrong. 2013 is shaping up to be the year for small business funding. Learn more in this infographic from National Funding.
CRM apps manages customer data from a variety of sources and displays it in one screen – you won’t have to leave your browser window. Working your CRM with your accounting software, like Quickbooks, improve your small business and transform how you do things with accounting CRM. Learn how accounting CRM can improve sales for small business with the following infographic by Salesforce.com.
Blame it on the media when people seem to think that their hot tech startup will make them a billionaire by their mid-20s. Being a startup, Staff.com is very interested in the factors that contribute to a startup’s success and has created this infographic on the chances that your startup will fail or succeed. This also includes some research on projections for the best sectors to start your new business.
Did you know that about a third of American small business owners use smartphones to manage their companies, performing tasks such as banking and customer relationship management? The folks at Desk.com have put together the following infographic with a roundup of a few small business apps that can help your business moving, even when you’re on the move.
Recent studies have shown that 50 percent of small businesses will fail within the first year and a staggering 95 percent will close their doors before they hit their fifth year of operation. Many factors go into the success or failure of any small business. This infographic presented by top-business-degrees.net explains why some businesses fail and others flourish.
Being a solo entrepreneur has its challenges. When Batman decided to “go solo” and start his own crime fighting business, he knew he needed the right gear to get the job done. The infographic below by UniTel Voice covers some of the must-have business weapons every super solopreneur needs in their arsenal. And the good news is you don’t need to be a billionaire like Bruce Wayne to utilize these powerful small business tools.
Cargo asked small businesses across the country how they’d be impacted by the presidential election results. Are they dusting off those “Help Wanted” signs? Or will they delay the groundbreaking on their second location? Well, the results are in, and you’ll be amazed at the trends that were discovered.
You have a business and a blog… but what should you write about? How do you actually get people to notice? This step-by-step guide from Simply Business has you covered. The interactive graphic takes business bloggers through the entire process:
Small businesses make up 80% of the total number of businesses in the U.S. today. And for their owners, today’s economic environment presents a unique set of challenges and opportunities to build their business. Signs.com explores some of the pitfalls, plans and perspectives of current business owners to get an idea of how they succeed.