Want to Learn How to Run Your Business Like a Savvy Frugal Entrepreneur?
Business on a Shoestring Budget is jam packed with over 150 of the most practical tips and free resources to turn your business into a lean operation, saving you a significant amount of time and money.
In this 30 page guide, you will find new, actionable ways to significantly reduce your business’ operating costs and increase efficiency.
If your small business serves big commercial clients, then one of the hardest challenges is figuring out how to preserve your cash flow when your customers are routinely taking 30, 60, even 90 days to pay off their invoices. This is money that your business needs to cover expenses like payroll, rent, and utilities. Not only does this affect day-to-day operations, but when collections continue to lag behind expenses, it can significantly impede vital business growth and…Continue
When you work for yourself, there are many financial challenges that come along with it- especially when you’re just starting out. In the U.S., there are currently millions of Americans who work for themselves, and many of them dig themselves into debt without a safety net. Not only is this a difficult and unpleasant situation, but it can significantly hinder your ability to do the work you set out to…Continue
One of the most frustrating aspects of running a business on your own is... you're on your own. Not knowing where to go to get the answers, resources, and support you need to operate can be a big challenge. Sure, there are countless online communities, networks, and forums out there directed at small business owners offering an assortment of free resources. But where do you start, and how do you ensure that these free resources are quality ones?
The following are six free…Continue
There is this misconception floating around that marketing a business online is hard- hard to figure out, hard to do, and hard to maintain. If the business involves off-line services or is a brick and mortar entity, then these misconceptions may be magnified by the power of ten. It's a fact that many small businesses seem to be avoiding Internet marketing, and…Continue