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401: Through the Years of Hard Earned Work
Bill Burch epitomizes a businessman with great love for his work, a burning passion in everything he does. In his long years in the business various projects have been accomplished and indeed helped thousands of people.

402: Reel in Your Identity With Badge Reels
Badge reels are a popular way to display ID cards, badges, and proximity cards. If you don't know what a badge reel is, it is an item that attaches to an individual's clothing so that the person can wear his/her ID. The ID is attached to a retractable cord that makes it easy for the person to pull out his/her ID and swipe it for access to secured areas. There are a lot of different badge reels available these days, so this article will take a look at what's out there so you can choose the appropriate badge reels for your workplace or other organization.

403: Corporate Values - Stakeholders Interest
A "normal" company operates in a business environment of suppliers of which it receives valuable resources and customers to whom it sells added value in form of products and services. Modern business however has become more and more complex and the concept of "community" entered the business scene; an organization is more than a static entity that offers products and services to consumers.

404: Should I Incorporate My Business?
If you recently started a business or currently own your own business, you may be asking yourself, "Should I Incorporate?" This is a question most business owners have at one time or another. There are many reasons someone may choose not to incorporate, but a lot of the time they make the decision because they don't understand the process or the benefits incorporating can do for a business. A lot of business owners also believe that it's an expensive and lengthy process, however this isn't always true.

405: Recipe For Trouble - Business Structure
If you are thinking of starting your own business, one of the things you might want to think of is how you want the business to be structured. A sole proprietorship? A limited liability company? A corporation? Business often ends up as sole proprietorships not because that is the best structure for that particular business, but because people think that any other designation is going to require a lawyer and lots of money. This article is not meant to replace legal or tax advice. You should consult an attorney and/or an accountant for a more detailed look at your particular situation.

406: The Right Conference Venue For Your Event
Choosing a conference venue for your upcoming event may seem like an enormous task. There are likely many venues to choose from, offering a wide range of styles, amenities and prices. We recommend that you consider the following details before you begin visiting conference venues. A clear vision of your own requirements and expectations regarding your event will help you narrow your venue choices quickly. Type of Event - Are you hosting a simple business conference, or will your overall event include several smaller events, such as business discussions during the day with evening entertainment? Conferences requiring multiple rooms, like trade shows, will require large conference centres, while simple meetings can take advantage of smaller and less costly venues.

407: How Long Should You Store Document Files For?
How long should you store our document files for A common question with document storage is "how long should we store our files for?".  The standard answer always seems to be 7 years.

408: Trying to Collect a Debt? Five Mistakes That Will Cost You Big Time
If you're a business owner, it's almost a sure bet that you have some customers who have defaulted on a loan - especially these days with so many cash-strapped consumers just giving up on their debts rather than trying to repay them. It can be tempting to try to save money by collecting that debt on your own rather than spending money on a collection agency. After all, collection agencies take a percentage of the money that they recover.

409: Income Plan For You
All types of businesses are required to have their own income plan. If you are the owner of a particular business and you know how to create your own plan that would most definitely be a much better choice for you. Otherwise, you can ask someone, definitely a professional to help you create a plan for your business.

410: From the Black and White Television to the MySpace Generation - How People Search For the Best Buy 2
This article is about Gen Y buying patterns. It's relevant to marketers and business owners.

411: Economic Change, Redundancy, Google - You!
So the Credit Crunch is biting, huge redundancies and down scaling in manufacturing. The car industry is borrowing heavily from the state. The crisis in consumer confidence is all around us.

412: Your Enthusiasm is Infectious to Your Joint Venture Partners
What is one of the most efficient octane-filled fuels that propel your joint venture? Enthusiasm! If you're excited about the possibilities and potential of making more money, your JV partner will be too.

413: Basel II Certification and Compliance in the European Union
In order to comply with Basel ii in the European Union (EU), it is important to understand the unusual way in which the European Union works. Basel II is a best practice. It is an Accord, not an Act. A general framework that gives many levels of freedom to national supervisors. The Basel Committee does not possess any formal supranational supervisory authority, and its conclusions do not have legal force.

414: Optimizing Business Opportunities
When you have an original idea, it would be best to check if it is an original idea. If it is, registering your idea or process or invention would help protect your rights as an owner from any misuse or copying of your idea. You can earn money off your idea and you would lose your potential millions. A patent registered would allow you to compel royalty payments to your idea or product. This would include liabilities for damages and criminal penalties.

415: Cash Gifts To Loyal Clients
You want to find a way to appreciate the continued patronage of your business by a client or a set of clients. Through thick or thin, they have stayed to engage the product and to return their continued loyalty, you need to find a way to make them important and cash gifting would be a good way to share the wealth they have given you.

416: Doing Sustainability Right - Lessons From Whole Foods and Wal-Mart
As green business goes mainstream, companies of all shapes and sizes are looking for ways to incorporate the tenets of sustainability. Be it an office recycling program or a global sustainability initiative, every company has to start somewhere. Fortunately, a few are getting it right, providing lessons for the rest of us. Whole Foods and Wal-Mart provide insight into the key characteristics of successful sustainability initiatives.

417: How Businesses Can Plough on Through the Severe UK Snow
Parts of the UK are experiencing their heaviest snowfalls in 18 years - causing major disruptions up and down the country. Schools are shut, roads are closed and many employees have been unable to reach their place of work - which can prove costly for many businesses. Lack of staff means a lack of people available to answer telephone calls - which could mean that many firms are missing out on important enquiries and valuable sales calls - crucial in the current economic climate.

418: Silver Anniversary Invitations For the 25th Corporate Anniversary Party
Anniversaries commemorate a relationship's longevity and celebrate the idea of many more years to come. Corporate anniversaries should not be overlooked, as it is a respectable achievement to have kept a business running - similar to keeping a marriage together for so many years.

419: Top 4 Practical Tips For Business Removals
Whether you're moving to larger premises or downsizing to a smaller space, successful business removals rely on organisation and communication. It can be costly and unproductive to spend days shifting furniture and boxes so make sure you follow these top tips below for a smooth move.

420: Making Your Business Launch a Success
Hopefully, once the decision to go about starting and running a small business is either thrust upon you by circumstances or is enthusiastically decided of your own accord, you will take the time to understand that in order for most anything of worth to reach maximum success, it has to be properly researched and planned out fully before jumping in. The sad fact is that the majority of people that decide to launch a business of their own actually don't do much more than perhaps make a couple of calls to possible suppliers, look at a few ...

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