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Real Stories from Entrepreneurs Pia started leasing an office very soon after starting a business, without considering that her business might change. She suggests that new business owners plan carefully before leasing an office to avoid the problems that she faced. “Office space is an important part of many businesses, but securing a good leasing contract is essential so that…read more →
Your zip code is nothing but a string of numbers, often unnoticed in the corner of your business card or company letterhead. While you might not be paying attention to your zip code, it is very likely that your clients are. Not only does your business address matter to prospective clients, it matters to the search engines as well. With…read more →
Thousands of international firms see the U.S. market as a place to build their business. For companies based in Canada, Europe, South America, Asia and every other region in the world, breaking into the U.S. market means an entry into one of the most lucrative markets with hundreds of millions of consumers who pack substantial purchasing power. Successful operations in…read more →
A virtual office representing a home based business is not just an option anymore, its a must. When the concept of a virtual office was developed it was mainly to give the home based business owner a “Corporate Image” designed to make a business appear larger than it was. This worked out well for appearance but what about efficiency, as…read more →
A lot, when it comes to small-business success. Choosing the right business name can make your company the talk of the town. The wrong one can doom it to obscurity and failure. Ideally, your business name should reflect the products, services being provided, the expertise, value and quality of the product or service as well.
Virtual offices are very different these days compared to twenty years ago. Nowadays, technology and equipment have made it possible for businesses to operate from a virtual office without their clients and associates knowing the difference. If you are in the market for a virtual office, make sure you choose one which has been in operation for some time and…read more →