Your Guide To Starting A Business

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Your Guide To Starting A Business

Hello, my name is Barbara Mason and if you're interested in starting your own business, there are many resources available in this blog. You'll learn about start-up costs, securing inventory, hiring employees and customer relations. You'll also learn information about the legal aspects of owning a business, such as registering your business name and obtaining business permits and a license. I don't own my own business, but my sister does and that's why I'm so familiar with the aspects of starting a business. I helped my sister get everything in order before she opened her doors for business and there was a lot to do. Many people want to start their own business and I wanted to make it easier for everyone by writing this blog. I hope that after reading this information, it will help you to have a successful grand opening too.


Determine if an Engineering Applicant Has Good Soft Skills With These Two Tips

16 February 2018
 Categories: Business, Blog

Although the quality of applicant's technical skills may be critical to the position you need to fill, it shouldn't be the only thing you look at. To ensure you get a balanced employee who can work well with others and fill a variety of roles you may put the person in (e.g. team leader), it's important you also look at the extent and quality of the individual's soft skills (e.g. communication, leadership ability). Read More …

Lease Terms & Volume Are 2 Leading Factors When Renting A Copier

1 December 2017
 Categories: Business, Blog

A copier can be a very expensive piece of equipment. If your small business has large copying needs but not a large budget to invest in a copier, you can take care of both of these needs by leasing a copier. This will provide you access to the equipment you need without breaking your budget. When you rent a copier, the lease terms and the volume of paper you need to copy should be the two leading factors that you take into consideration. Read More …

Why Your Golf Course’s Sprinkler System Should Feature Timers And Controllers

20 November 2017
 Categories: Business, Blog

As a golf course owner, you have a responsibility to keep your grass and gardens healthy throughout the year. Otherwise, your golfing guests are bound to visit more lush courses that have more eye appeal and offer more comfort than your facility does. Incorporating timers and controllers into your sprinkler system can make the job of caring for your property easy and stress-free. Following are a few good reasons to consider investing in sprinkler timers and controllers: Read More …

Taking Out Your Pressure Washer To Clean The Driveway? A Few Other Tasks You Should Do When You Are Finished

26 October 2017
 Categories: Business, Blog

If you have decided your driveway is in need of a good cleaning, you may have made plans to dig out the pressure washer and take care of it on your next day off. While you have the equipment out and running, take a look around your home and yard. Here are a few other chores you can tackle with your pressure washer. Grill and Barbecue Equipment While cooking outside keeps your kitchen clean, it creates a sticky, dirty mess of your grill and barbecue equipment. Read More …