According to David Burd, president of The Naming Company in East Stroudsburg, Pa., it’s common for new entrepreneurs to try to convey too much in their business names.
This week’s Carnival of the Capitalists is up at the site I nominated for the Best Overall category of the 2005 Business Blogging Awards, Warren Meyer’s Coyote Blog.
Neville Medhora: “In Austin they have started a program that allows residential homes to recieve up to a $5,000 check per year simply for having a solar system on your home (that generates a certain amount of power).
When you’re totaling up your business’s expenses at the end of the year, don’t overlook these 14 common business deductions.
Peter Hupalo: “Revenue Per Employee is a key ratio for start-up companies.
Small Business Buddy: “How long should a business plan be?
Mike Docherty: “[Start-ups and small, entrepreneurial enterprises] innovate, get it into the market and evolve (living or dying by the result).
NFIB: “When someone hands you his business card, hold the card by its edges, thank the person and read the card.
The Entrepreneurial Mind: “One of the most facinating parts of entrepreneurship to me is how differently each entrepreneur views what success means for their business.
Entrepreneur: “Trade shows and exhibitions provide a tremendously valuable opportunity for any entrepreneur to learn about the competition and sell their products.
This time I’m featuring a blogger I’ve admired a lot recently Jon Gales.
If you can’t write it down, or don’t know how, don’t start.
Law & Entrepreneurship News: “The IRS has released its 2005 tax calendar for small businesses and the self-employed.”
Until I owned my business, I had always prepared my own income-tax returns.
NFIB: “Forecasting cash flow can be a more complex and potentially variable task than most small-business owners think.
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