Entries by Steve

Do-Cut – Small Business Saturday

2019-10-31 19:30:00 At Do-Cut, Service is a profession, not a sideline Posted: Oct 31, 2019 / 03:30 PM EDT / Updated: Oct 31, 2019 / 03:30 PM EDT Address: 6442 S Raccoon Rd Suite A. Canfield, Ohio 44406Phones: 330-953-3423 Do-Cut Sales and Service was founded in Warren, Ohio in 1947. In its humble beginning, the […]

Survey: Small Business Mobile Banking On Rise

2019-10-31 20:11:40 Share Tweet Share Share Share Print Email A new survey from J.D. Power suggests small businesses have begun to embrace mobile banking and are satisfied with the service. Released on Thursday (Oct. 31), the J.D. Power 2019 U.S. Small Business Banking Satisfaction Survey found an 8 percent year-over-year increase in the percentage of […]

Distribution Software for Small Business

2019-10-31 20:13:36 How the 2018 Wayfair Decision Affects Distributors Hello again, This post is for distributors who are vetting a new warehouse management system. We hope you find it helpful. Business has gotten more and more challenging for the small to medium sized distributor. The complexity of the taxation and other regulatory requirements that are […]

How to Start and Grow a Daycare Business

2019-10-31 13:07:30 Daycare businesses brought in more than $57 million in revenue last year. Though many of these providers are small businesses, it’s still possible to start a daycare business that is able to grow and scale through the years. Daycare businesses are always in demand. Here are some steps and tips to follow while […]

NorCal Outpaces SoCal for Fastest-Growing Small Business Cities in California, Finds Funding Circle

2019-10-31 13:30:00 SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)– San Francisco Bay Area named as the fastest-growing region in the state for small businesses Four of the top five metro areas for small business growth located in Northern California Inland Empire fastest-growing region for small business in Southern California The California Rising Cities Small Business Index, launched today by […]

Houston Small Businesses Feel Negative Effects From Chinese Tariffs – Houston Public Media

2019-10-31 14:03:45 As the United States and China keep working toward a trade deal, small businesses in Houston are feeling the sting from the tariffs imposed on Chinese goods by President Trump. One such business is cookware company Chantal. Heida Thurlow founded Chantal in 1971, after moving here from Germany. “I moved to Houston because […]