Starting a successful small business is no easy task. With so many small businesses opening every month and a large percentage of them closing before their second year in business, it is sometimes best to seek the advice of a business consultant before the start of your business. Here are 5 common women-owned small business pitfalls are presented along with their solutions.
What does it take to really need to successfully start a business? Martha Stewart, one of the most successful women in business today, lists down the essential elements to start an entrepreneurial venture in her book “The Martha Rules.”
An entrepreneur needs to know how to handle money and wealth in order to be successful. However, many women entrepreneurs are good in business, but not in handling money. WomenHomeBusiness.com interviewed Belinda Fuchs, President of Own Your Money LLC, to share her advice to women entrepreneurs about handling finances.
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We all know the stats: 80 percent of new businesses fail. The question, therefore, is: How can your business be part of the 20% that succeeds and flourishes? With so many businesses being started, why do some succeed while many more fail?
Is your business in the doldrums? Are sales slow? Reinvigorate your small business with these eight tips: