Archive for the ‘Business Sales Techniques ’ Category

Starting a Business

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

Are you thinking about starting a business of your own? Congratulations! It’s a huge step, and you’ll need to be prepared. That’s where SBA comes in: In this section, we have brought together the resources you need to get started. Whether you’re sitting down to write your business plan, wondering about your legal obligations, or researching your financing options, you’ll find the information you need right here. (more…)

How to win over venture capitalists

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Despite taking a hit during the recession, the venture capital marketplace grew by 20 percent in 2010 and is poised to make an even more substantial recovery this year.

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Creating a joint venture as a growth strategy

Wednesday, March 16th, 2011

As the economy begins its recovery, businesses will face an ever-evolving market, with new companies, services and ideas seemingly around every corner. However, even before the recession, technology markets were such that a brilliant idea would not take long to be matched by a competitor's.

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Conduct credit checks when extending credit to customers

Thursday, February 24th, 2011

This week, Treasury Department Secretary Timothy Geithner told an audience of reporters that banks and creditors are now much more equipped to finance the capital needs of a recovering economy, suggesting recent improvements in lending and capital access will allow new startups and entrepreneurial ventures to come to fruition.

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Sell Online

Monday, December 13th, 2010

Are you stuck in the old way of thinking about the Internet? The old way of thinking says the Internet is just used for window shopping…that when consumers are ready to buy, they go offline. This just isn’t true anymore. The Internet is no longer just an information exchange platform. It’s a booming commerce platform. (more…)

Finance methods for buying a business

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

Determining a venture’s value is one of the most important steps in the often overwhelming process of buying a business. There is also the task of finding an appropriate broker, determining the structures of assets and how they will be managed and the reallocation of personnel – all procedures that must not be overlooked.