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Tried and True Time Management Tips Every Entrepreneur Should Know

We all have the same 24 hours in each day, but for many people numerous hours in each day are wasted. Rather than wishing for more hours in the day, as is commonly done, entrepreneurs can be more successful when they get serious about managing their time better. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, […]

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Ushering in a New Age of Digital Marketing and Advertising

New York, N.Y. Entering the world of marketing in the 21st century can be intimidating for the vast majority of advertisers because of the what we refer to as the “digital revolution.” Now what is the digital revolution exactly? If we broke it down to the very core, we can identify it as a movement […]

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Essential Tips for Paving Your Own Way Toward Entrepreneurial Success

Most entrepreneurs in America would agree that working your way to success is challenging. It’s common for businesses to open and close, with half of them not making it to the five-year mark. It’s also something that entrepreneurs often have to pave their own trail for, according to one successful serial entrepreneur, rather than looking […]

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What it Takes to Go from War-Torn Iran to Successful Entrepreneur in America

Those who know business statistics know how difficult it can be to have a thriving business in America. While many businesses open each year, just as many close up, and the five-year survival rate for a new business is only around 50%, according to the Small Business Administration. Add to that being an immigrant from a war-torn country […]

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5 Crucial Things that Separate a Veteran-Owned Small Business from the Conglomerates

According to the Small Business Administration, there are around 3.7 million veteran-owned businesses in the country, averaging yearly receipts of around $450,000. Compared with the billions that many of the conglomerates earn each year in the pet food industry, it makes many people wonder how a small veteran-owned pet food company can survive. But when […]

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How One Man Went from Homeless to Successful Entrepreneur

Joe Pippins, founder of The Fishing Caddy, went from homeless to successful entrepreneur and won the competition on the Steve Harvey’s FUNDERDOME show OLATHE, KANSAS –The National Alliance to End Homelessness reports that there are over 564,000 homeless people living on the streets of America. The last place that most people would assume they would […]

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‘Pay-for-Pounds’ Contests Prompting Workplace Weight Loss

Courtesy of HealthyWage

:::Four Key Marketing Strategies Helping Business Groups of all Sizes ‘Diet for Dollars’ to Boost Bottom Lines as Innovative Workplace Wellness Approach::: While the modern-day workplace is rife with technology and other advancements that have made it more efficient, productive and profitable from a business standpoint, it seems much of that progress is having an […]

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Veteran Earns “Most Trusted Pet Foods Company” Award 4th Year in a Row

NEW YORK, New York – According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, households around the country have a collective 218 million pets, not counting several million fish. On average, a family spends around $500 per year on their pet for food, supplies, and veterinary care. Pet food is an issue that takes center stage, since […]

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