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How Colours Influence Buyers Choices

This is a wonderful article sent to us by Colour Graphics whereby they explain a lot about the power of color. I used to have a clothing store so I know first hand how important color is. Women and men both were always drawn to certain colors - and often those colors would change season to season. So if you are in business, or thinking about being in business, it's a good idea to learn a touch about color and set up your company and promotional materials just right! CLICK TITLE TO READ MORE

How To Craft the Perfect Pitch

Pitching isn’t something that comes naturally to most people, and getting proficient at it is something that will only happen over time.

Magic: The Uber for Everything

They have trained operators standing by 24/7 to answer every one of your requests. Send them a text message, and they'll get you what you want.

Beef Jerky Outlet Visits Fox & Friends Weekend

(November 2014) - Beef Jerky Outlet co-founder Paul Lyons visited Fox & Friends Weekend to show off the meat snack products that have made...

The Invention of Sliced Bread

The slogan "The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread" makes almost no sense to us. But have you ever tried to consistently slice bread? It's hard.

What To Consider In The Initial Business Party Planning Stage

Business party planning seems to be so simple at first glance but there are so many mistakes that can be made. Believe it or...

How to Plan an Event to Honor Your Employees

An employee appreciation event is the perfect way to honour all of your workers and prove to them that you are paying attention to...

The Allure of Owning a Summer Camp

Do you dream of owning a summer camp? If not, why not? They sound like a great business to be in. ...

How Easy is it to Start a Travel Service?

Setting up your own business is a commendable venture, but one which is fraught with often difficult challenges. The majority of new businesses fail...

Only in Las Vegas: A Bus That Cures Your Hangover

Hangover Heaven is a hangover cure on wheels. Their bus continuously make loops up and down the Las Vegas Strip. Most of the...

Pay Attention To Your Online Reputation

So many small businesses make the mistake of focusing too much on operations, the day to day ways they handle their business, and not...

Business Plan: The One Page Pitch

The following is a guest post by Tim Eyre. 5 Elements of an Effective Business Plan That Will Leave Them Begging for More At one time...

TruFlavorWare: Lets The True Flavor Through

Sick of the metallic or plastic taste that comes with using that style of silverware? Don Ladanyi has created a unique, non-metallic silverware...

How to Really Go Paperless

The following post is made possible by support from UPS. Back in 1975, Business Week ran an incredibly cognizant article about the office of the...

How I Accidentally Became a Professional Blogger in 2001

This is the story of how I accidentally became a professional blogger and started Dane Carlson's Business Opportunities Weblog. This tale has been a...

GoPillow: The Baby Pillow That Travels

Next in our series of interviews with the contestants in Walmart’s Get on the Shelf contest we have Tangela Walker-Craft, the inventor of the...

Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffees And Smoothies Says ‘Aloha’ To Their Newest Franchisee In North...

News.Yahoo.com: Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffees and Smoothies, welcome their newest Franchisee, Paul Harrison, and his wife Martha as they begin to spread the ‘Aloha Spirit’...

Start-up Slip-ups

Jason Fried, co-founder of noted web developer 37signals and author of Rework, made a pretty good case for ignoring people at work. In a...

Teen Creates Jewelry From Broken Skateboards

While most teens are spending their summer sleeping in Alex Wells has been hard at work creating jewelry for his business, Rebound says the...

Why Would Someone Write A Book That Gives Away Their Secrets? (Used Books: Big...

Yesterday, at the end of very positive review of Adam Bertram’s ebook, Used Books: Big Business, the reviewer, Rich Whittle, expressed confusion at why...