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Nowadays everybody is looking forward to starting his own venture but one thing that pops up in their mind that How to go ahead and start their Entrepreneurship  Journey. Lots of Fear different Types of illusions Starts coming in the mind.  Most of the people we meet in our Entrepreneurship journey they Fear to take a risk and don’t want to leave their Comfort zone. Hardly 5-10% Startup reaches their destination and builds a Successful and Profitable Business. Go through the list below and read summarized things.  Read more ……

Small businesses often do not have the luxury of a separate accounting office; the accounting and finance functions are typically handled by the business owner or by the general manager. Nonetheless, some best practices for accounting procedures in small offices are worth knowing. These best practices provide guidelines on keeping your financial house in order. Read more ……

Most successful small businesses result from a good idea, creative marketing plans and — above all — sound financial management. While adequate startup funding and an accounting system that works for your business are vital to a sound financial management system, both are only starting points in the development of a sound financial plan. Moving forward by implementing a system of effective financial practices is how you’ll ultimately gain and maintain control of both your budget and future financial success.  Read more …...

One universal small business goal is to sell the business’s products and services. This is usually best accomplished by positioning the business in front of the target audience, and offering something that solves a problem or that they can’t refuse or find elsewhere.  To this end, one of the smartest things a small business owner can do for his or her business is to take the time to develop a small business marketing plan that will set them apart from the competition. A marketing plan clearly outlines how you will reach your ideal customers by effectively implementing your marketing strategy.  Read more ……

When budgets are tight, marketing might be the first expense you look to cut.  Let me stop you right there.  While traditional advertising methods are costly and hard to measure, small businesses have never had greater access to cost-effective, trackable marketing tools.  But with so many digital tools available, how do you know where to start?  Read more ……

According to a recent report, Black women are working incrediby hard to improve the country, but are receiving very little support. The fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the country, Black women are still struggling to land leadership roles in various industries. However, this isn’t news to Black women. We know and have been told from day one that we must work twice as hard to get even a little of what others have. Black women will continue to thrive, grow, and make our way in the world. But, ladies, if you ever feel discouraged or need inspiration, just look to these successful women who’ve carved out a place for themselves.  Read More……

Before Madam C.J. Walker and Annie Turnbo Malone succeeded in the beauty industry in the early 20th century, Christiana Carteaux Bannister, a woman of African-American and Narragansett Indian heritage, had already achieved success as a hair stylist (and wigmaker) in pre-Civil War America. Carteaux Bannister was born Christiana Babcock in Rhode Island circa 1820. After moving to Boston in the 1840s, she became a skilled hairdresser (or “hair doctress,” as stylists were known at the time). Following a failed marriage that gave her the last name Carteaux, she went into business as Madame Carteaux.  Read More……

Tracking and understanding cash flow is vital for any business. You need to know how the amount of money you bring into your business compares to the amount going out. If you’re spending more than you’re earning, you need to make changes to avoid going out of business.  “Put simply, cash flow is the money that will be coming in and going out of the ‘register,'” said Ron Pac, financial planner at the Barnum Financial Group.“Managing cash flow means understanding upcoming expenses and comparing them against accounts receivable as well as projected future sales.”  Read More……

Business owners often need to utilize more than one source of financing to get their new startup off the ground. Typical options include business loans, raising money, or using your savings. We’ll analyze the 11 best startup business loans, from SBA loans to angel investors to Rollovers for Business Startups (ROBS).

A ROBS might be the best kept secret in startup funding. It enables you to access your retirement savings to fund your business without early withdrawal penalties and taxes. If you have at least $50k+ in a qualifying retirement account you can get a free consultation with a ROBS expert by reaching out to Guidant. Read More……