Hi! I'm Dane Carlson, and welcome to the Business Opportunities Weblog. I've been publishing this website, by myself, and sometimes with the help of others for over twelve years now. You'll notice two things about this site right away:
The Seat Savers concept comes from a simple idea.
DON’T: Hang on to a business when it’s clearly failing, says Jay Goltz, founder and owner of Artists Frame Service, Chicago Art Source and Jayson Home & Garden, who has started 10 businesses but now owns five.
It was December 2008, and Jason Day had something to show his barbecue contest teammate Aaron Chronister.
When Greyston Bakery filled its first order for brownies for Ben & Jerry’s, the thin brownie sheets stuck together in 50-pound lumps and could not be separated.
Practice, practice, practice…but don’t memorize.
Do you believe that you have to limit your company’s growth because you’re a solo entrepreneur?
The reality of business is that it costs anywhere from six to eight times as much to generate a new customer as it does to sell to an existing customer.
The service has already been rolled out to “a handful of accounts.” Twitter has begun offering more businesses access to the new service with an e-mail that invites them to “participate in testing one of Twitter’s newest business-centric features, the Twitter Toolkit.” The new service offers a number of exclusive features, such as the ability to add a “Verified Account” badge, receive direct messages from users they are following, add contributors, and, more vaguely, “select extra preferences to help you better reach your customers.” Photo by Mashable.
Here’s how to do it: • Do a self-assessment • Everyone has transferable skills • Acquire new skills • Calculated risks only • Never mind the naysayers Photo by delish.