If youâ€™ve been using a pen and paper system, start by giving yourself a pat on the back for a good start.
Invest your overflow.
Investing up front in your new employees will save a lot of time — and even customer service — from all parts of your company in the long run, and it’ll show in your sales numbers.
Show don’t tell.
Make it personal.
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In business we would all like to profit as much as we can, and so we are always looking for new ways to boost not only our productivity but our profits as well.
Every small business owner makes decisions about their business.
Average number of transactions: The number of purchases the average customer will make over the course of a year.
The IPO market has all but disappeared, and lofty merger and acquisition deals are unthinkable.
Are you doing all you can to turn potential customers into buyers?
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Financial analysis company Sageworks has released a study that ranks industries by their net profit margin in 2008.
Q: How does a small business owner set aside enough money to actually make a profit?
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