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Finding Ideal Funding For Your Business

Article from MoneyAhoy.com Finding Ideal Funding For Your Business – Intro You see it all the time in the finance news – a fledgling business finally grasping enough cash to meet their start-up target. And yet, you think to yourself, every b...
by MoneyAhoy on May 23, 2014

Business Improvement Districts (BIDs)

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by Business Blog on Apr 11, 2014

Preparing for an MBA program or business school in another country

It has been 5 days since moving to Japan. The move has been extremely hectic before and after. When you move to a completely different country, while you need to prepare for the move, you also need to take care of a whole bunch of things before getti...
by Mo2 thinks on Mar 11, 2014

SEC Provides Exemption from Broker-Dealer Registration Requirements for M&A Brokers

On January 31, 2014 (revised February 4, 2014), the SEC issued a no-action letter to a group of attorneys who requested assurance on an issue that has long been on the minds of securities lawyers: are people who facilitate the sale of a controlling...
by Strictly Business on Mar 2, 2014

SEC Provides Exemption from Broker-Dealer Registration Requirements for M&A Brokers

On January 31, 2014 (revised February 4, 2014), the SEC issued a no-action letter to a group of attorneys who requested assurance on an issue that has long been on the minds of securities lawyers: are people who facilitate the sale of a controlling...
by Strictly Business on Mar 2, 2014

Knowledge or Creativity- Which is more important

This article is on the Knowledge and creativity. Is knowledge removes ignorance and leads to intelligence, but what is the role of creativity in it. Go on read this article. [...] You may also like to read:A corporate lesson PR and Marketing in new...

5 Obstacles Standing In The Way Of Offshore Drilling And Oil

Say what you want about offshore drilling, it does power the world we live in. And unless we make the switch to clean energy, it’ll continue to be the driving force that mankind relies on. Even if you don’t respect the process, you should respect...
by Career Flux on Jan 22, 2014

2014 business outlook

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by Business Blog on Jan 17, 2014

How to write a German business letter

Whether you are able to write fluently in German or just want to be able to at least address the person in German, or even just to understand what you can see on a German letter, this blog post should give you some ideas: As you can see, there aren&...

2013: The Year of Regret?

Was 2013 a year of regret for you? I kept seeing social media posts on New Year’s Eve. They said things like, “good riddance” and “2014 has to be better.” These posts started to weigh on me and make me think. Was 2013 so...
by Levi Muller's Blog on Jan 3, 2014

Top Reasons To Consider Relocating Your Business

Relocating a company is a costly and time consuming process, but like everything in business, it is worth it if it will directly or indirectly lead to more profits and more opportunities in the future. While you may be putting off moving your organis...
by Career Flux on Nov 29, 2013

Are you ready for interest rate rises?

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by Business Blog on Nov 13, 2013

How To Protect Your Business Property

Do you own a business property? Is it protected? Are you sure? Sometimes it’s hard to be. As a business owner, you are more than justified, indulging in a little paranoia. When you’ve got your life, your time, and your credit tied up in a busines...
by 1HitProperty on Oct 4, 2013

Selling Your Business — Practical Tips for Sellers — Part 13: Recap and Concluding Thoughts

This is the final part of our series discussing the sale of a business from the seller’s perspective. We’ve covered commencement of a potential deal through the closing and discussed certain post-closing items (primarily indemnification). To wrap...
by Strictly Business on Aug 18, 2013

The Best Ways to Boost Your e-Commerce Business

**Note: This is a guest post written by one of our readers. For more information on how to submit a guest post, please read our guest posting guidelines. There are lots of types of e-commerce websites out there, stretching from the giants such as Am...
by Create Business Growth on Aug 16, 2013

Selling Your Business — Practical Tips for Sellers — Part 12: Ancillary Agreements – Noncompetition Agreements and Employment/Consulting Agreements

This is part 12 of our series discussing the sale of a business from the seller’s perspective.  Previously, we covered the commencement of a potential deal through the closing and post-closing indemnification terms.  In this post, I will discuss...
by Strictly Business on Jun 27, 2013

Boost Your Career Potential By Learning A Second Language

We often just assume that the client or customer will be able to converse in English. After all, English is the international business language of the world, so why should we even bother learning another language? Well, there are many excellent reaso...
by Career Flux on May 30, 2013

Money and Morality – How Much is Yours Worth?

I wanted to tell a little story today and give you an insight into the world of e-commerce. Now you are probably wondering what the title has to do with e-commerce, but I will bring it all together. As some of you know, I ran my own online electron...
by Debt Roundup on May 13, 2013

Black market trading costing economy €1.5 billion

Retailers call for measures to combat sale of counterfeit fuel, tobacco and pharmaceuticals The illicit trade of counterfeit goods is costing the economy up to €1.5 billion a year, a study has claimed. Retailers warned the impact of black market is...
by Mafia Today on May 8, 2013

Selling Your Business – Practical Tips for Sellers – Part 9: The Closing

This is part nine of our series discussing the sale of a business from the seller’s perspective.  We’ve covered deal structure issues, seller financing, earn-outs, letters of intent, due diligence, and the first three sections of the purchase a...
by Strictly Business on Apr 17, 2013


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