In a 76 trillion dollar economy, it should be easy to grow a company, right? Wrong. Many companies lack the ability to “scale up.” Business guru Verne Harnish explains why transitioning from big to bigger requires a completely different approach with these scale-up business tips.Read More
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It is with a heavy heart we roll out our 2017 predictions. We are saddened by the loss of one of our longstanding prognosticators and good friend, Jim Hill.Read More
Face it -- salespeople are very persuasive. If you’re not careful, the wrong salesperson can convince your HR team he’s the right person for the job. If you’re wondering how to hire a salesperson that will perform, here are six human resources mistakes to avoid.Read More
Are you afraid of your financials? Or at least, do you struggle to understand them? Rod Bristol was - until he discovered seven financial measurements that ultimately boosted his EBITDA and the multiple when he sold his business.Read More
Holding on to your business for the wrong reasons can be detrimental to your company and personal life. Here are three common, but misguided, reasons that business owners avoid selling their business.Read More
For most business owners, letting go of their business can be one of the largest barriers standing between themselves and retirement. Thinking about four key areas can help you overcome the emotional struggle of cutting the cord from your brainchild.Read More
At the age of 26, I was named President of a converting business - a company about to lose 90 percent of its revenue. Here’s the story of how I came out on the other side a more enlightened, innovative business owner.Read More
Four years ago, I had a realization that changed the way I conduct business. My epiphany? If I wasn’t online, I’d be out of business. Here’s how the Internet improved my company’s bottom line and how inbound marketing could help sell your business.
The jury is out: You absolutely, positively need legal help when selling your business. But while you may not be able to afford the huge army of attorneys that a big corporation might have, you can have the right representation for your business if you follow our six tips.