No matter what kind of business you are in, if you don't have customers than your business will eventually fail.
It’s called Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD, and it refers to the practice of allowing employees to use their own handheld devices (and in some cases, laptops or desktop computers) to access their work networks.
I admit it!
General guidelines can’t be applied to every business.
Just ask Yanina Rosario, Assistant Director of the Small Business Development Center at USF.
–Don’t start a business to get rich because there may be surer routes to material gain, such as working for an existing multinational and building up stock options.
I said, “Starting is simply about seeing a problem in your life and trying to fix it.
Schedule many regular micro-breaks.
What reasons should an entrepreneur have when starting their first business?
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