Hi there, you can call me Anita. I'm CEO at Small Business Trends LLC and I'm based in Cleveland/Akron, Ohio Area. According to proprietary data Sageworks analyzed in 2016, businesses with less than $5 million in annual revenue saw a growth rate averaging 7.8 percent in 2015. (The data examined "privately held small businesses in Sageworks’ database that filed a financial statement during the 12-month period" ending on December 28, 2015.) Would you like to meet or better that kind of growth rate?
"Time is money" is a phrase often attributed to Benjamin Franklin. Whoever coined the phrase, this wisdom seems to grow more relevant with each passing decade. The only difference today is that we have the benefit of technology to help us save time and money. Luckily, there are lots of opportunities for automating, and it's not hard. In fact, the following six tasks are easy-peasy to automate quickly--by next week in fact.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of CORT. All opinions are 100% mine. Do you remember your first office? I do. I remember setting up my first office because it was a rite of passage — it signified that my business was “real.”That’s not uncommon. Valerie, a friend of mine, recently told me a story about her first office chair when she left the corporate world — and how she learned an expensive lesson.