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  • How Can You Move Your Business Without Suffering An Income Disruption?

    29 January 2016

    Whether due to the need to expand your business or merely a hike in rental rates, when the time comes to move to a new storefront, you may be concerned about whether your customers will follow. How can you ensure your move doesn't cut into your bottom line or even impede your ability to expand further? Read on to learn more about the best ways to move your business without causing a significant dip in your profits.

  • Reduce Employee Theft With These 4 Tips

    4 January 2016

    As a business owner, you know that you need to have measures in place to prevent outsiders from stealing or defrauding you out of your profits. But what you may not realize is that you also need to be concerned about theft or fraud committed by your own employees. For retailers in the United States, employee theft makes up 43% of all lost revenue. This means that it's vital for you to implement security measures that will help you prevent this kind of employee theft.

  • 4 Must-Haves For Every Home Pond

    10 December 2015

    One of the best things that you can do for your lawn, in order to improve its aesthetic integrity and also to potentially improve the financial value of your home, is to install a pond. However, digging a pond in your home isn't merely enough. There are numerous accouterments that you should consider purchasing for your pond in order to make sure that it is in the best working condition possible.

  • 3 Important Goals To Meet When Designing Product Labels And Warnings

    16 October 2015

    If you manufacture and sell products worldwide, you will need to take a few steps to ensure that your product labels are clear and thorough, and that they are written in a way that protects your company. When people purchase your products, they may read the labels to find out the instructions or ways to use your products, and this is one of the reasons your labels are very important. As you create the right labels for your products, there are three key things you must keep in mind.

  • Looking To Increase Your Self-Storage Business? Look To Your Customers For Great Ideas

    15 September 2015

    If you own or manage a self-storage facility, you probably spend a lot of energy considering how best to market your business to potential customers. For instance, you might rent billboard space, start an account for customer reviews, or hire a sign-twirler for the closest street corner. But have you ever considered asking your customers what theywant in a storage facility? You might just get some surprising results. Here are a few ideas to consider for your storage business.

  • How To Keep Your New Heater In Tip Top Shape While Saving Some Money On Energy

    1 September 2015

    Having a brand new heater installed before winter hits is a great way to ensure your comfort throughout the season. But running your heater day after day can put a lot of wear and tear on it, which can in turn increase the chance of needing repairs. You can also expect your energy bills to increase in conjunction with your heater use. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to keep your new heater in tip top shape while saving some money on energy at the same time – consider these options:

  • How To Successfully Downsize Your Household To Get Ready For A Move

    25 June 2015

    Recent studies have found excessive clutter in your home can increase your stress and negatively affect your health. As you prepare for an upcoming move, it is a good time to declutter your home to get rid of things you no longer use or need and improve your health. Packing will also go much quicker when you have less items to pack up and a moving sale can help you with this.