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Inner-Cities Are the Place to be When it Comes to Small Business

Inner-Cities Are the Place to be When it Comes to Small Business

CEOs surveyed by the national nonprofit group Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) repeatedly cite inner-cities as locations that have been hospitable to their business growth and development, according to ICIC CEO, Steve Grossman. Based in Boston, ICIC issued a report this past October in conjunction with the unveiling of this year’s Inner City […]

The Latino Small Business Boom

latino owned business

According to the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, there are 4.4 million Latino-owned businesses in this country that are responsible for the injection of over $700 billion into the U.S. economy. In the past year alone, the average annual revenue of those businesses spiked by 26.5%, while the number of credit applications jumped 22%. The […]

Strategies for Recovery from a Business Downturn

Business Downturn

Successful business owners do not accept failure or defeat. If their business falls on hard times, they re-think and strategize. When sales and profits are lagging, they are proactive. This is a list of common strategies for consideration:ReinventionCall it reinvention. ​Call it adaptation. Either way, you must be ready to shift gears when you are […]

Why Do Business Owners Hire Business Law Attorneys?

Business Law Attorneys

Business owners hire business law attorneys to prevent problems and protect their business. It is a function of smart business planning, just like marketing, sales and staffing. The sooner a business owner can hire a business law attorney, the more potential trouble can be avoided. Once a business owner hires a business law attorney, specific subjects […]

Establish Your Business with an Operating Agreement

Establish Your Business with an Operating Agreement

You have finally decided to start your own business. Now, it is time to choose a business structure. Many small business owners protect themselves by forming an LLC, or limited liability company. Regardless of which structure is chosen, one key document is necessary to establish the operation’s rules and regulations. It is called an operating […]