Building A Better Business
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Building A Better Business

There aren't many things more difficult than building a business from the ground up. In addition to focusing on bringing in new customers and keeping business deals alive, you might also be stressed about keeping things young, current, and profitable. I started working at my parent's business several years ago, and it really paid off down the road when experience started to come in handy. This blog is here to help you to build a better business, keep your employees employed, and to impress your customers each and every single day you keep the doors open. Check out these posts for more information.


Building A Better Business

  • 3 Mistakes To Avoid On Your Resume

    8 November 2016

    Your resume is often the first impression you'll make on potential employers, so it needs to capture your key skills, professional background, and achievements in a way that makes you stand out from the rest. A well-written resume that gives employers a quick look into your education, experience, and career summary will usually open the door for an interview. On the other hand, sloppy mistakes and vagueness on your resume could potentially lead to employers losing interest.

  • Long-Distance Moves: Coordinating Your Arrival At Your New Home

    7 November 2016

    Long-distance moves can be particularly complicated to coordinate. Not only do you have to arrange for your items to be packed and loaded onto the moving truck, but you also have to arrange your travel to your new home. Your moving company can provide you with several services to make your arrival at your new home a little easier, and there are a few things you can do to coordinate your arrival.

  • Several Tips For Storing Electronics

    7 November 2016

    If you have excess electronics around your home, you might benefit from using a climate controlled storage unit. This option can help to free up space in your home, but you will need to take some special precautions to help prevent these items from falling victim to some common sources of damage. To help you with protecting these items, you should keep these three tips in mind. Use A Climate Controlled Unit For Storing Electronics

  • Three Ways To Make Your Bowlig Alley More Family-Friendly

    7 November 2016

    Bowling alleys can be a great place for friends and family to gather for a party or just a night of fun. You can make your bowling alley a more family-friendly destination with just a few additions, and many of the ideas you can use to achieve this atmosphere can also help you to increase your sales. Here are just a few options to consider. Create An Arcade You can create an arcade in your bowling alley to give younger kids something to do while their parents are bowling, and an arcade can even attract middle school and high school students who want something fun to do after school.

  • When Should You Require Surety Bonds Rather Than Security Deposits From Your Tenants?

    4 November 2016

    If you're the owner of an apartment building or single-family rental home, you may feel as though you're constantly straddling a balance between requiring enough of a rental deposit to pay your turnover costs and turning off potential tenants by charging high security deposits. However, a single incontinent pet or incorrigible child can cause thousands of dollars of damage to your rental unit, erasing any profits you may have pocketed so far.