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541: Chocolate Business For the New Millenium
1. Why Start A Chocolate Business? Why right now?

542: Building Instant Rapport
Every investor has heard how important it is to build rapport with distressed homeowners. What we never hear about is how to do it. What is it about someone that makes us instantly like or dislike them? We do not really know what it is about that person; we just know it is something.

543: Offshoring - To Go Where Other Men Have Gone Before!
Offshoring is hardly a revolutionary concept. Since time immemorial, businesses have looked to procure various factors of production from the cheapest source. With advancement in transportation and technology making quick work of physical distance, buyers have looked further ashore for sourcing their requirements.

544: Merger Leads to the Enhancement of the Market Share of the Business
In business or economics a merger is a combination of two companies into one larger company. Such actions are commonly voluntary and involve stock swap or cash payment to the target. Stock swap is often used as it allows the shareholders of the two companies to share the risk involved in the deal.

545: Mindset Mentoring
Advantage Conference is a series of motivational self-help seminars offered to current and prospective business owners. They offer a service called Mindset Mentoring, an ongoing service, which is said to include training and programs that are offered and mentored by profitable millionaires.

546: Professional Cleaning and Maintenance Designed to Meet Your Needs
No matter where you run your business from, you will have daily cleaning and maintenance requirements that need to be met as soon as they become necessary. But no two businesses are the same and even though companies who provide cleaning and maintenance services do generally have a list of pre-defined services that they offer, you may not find they cover all your needs.

547: Can a Power Failure Hurt Your Business?
Most small business owners fail to consider the costs of a massive power failure. It's human nature to think we're impervious to such catastrophes. That being said, power outages are both inevitable and unpredictable. Businesses of all sizes should plan for outages and if possible, be able to implement measures that help manage the operational impact. When a power source fails, a company can sustain heavy losses.

548: Choosing a Conference Venue
The planning of a large business event or party event can often mean that a lot of things need to be decided on. Perhaps the most important aspect of planning such an event, though, is which conference venue will be used and where it will be located. If an important business event is being planned for new clients, for example, an elegant place with a lot of business equipment may be required of the conference room.

549: Inheriting a Business - Stepping Into Dads Shoes?
Most small businesses start out as a family business and are passed on from one generation to another. Starting your own business allows you to set your own terms at work; inheriting one, more often than not, comes with its own baggage.

550: Knowledge Based Business - Know What and Know How
Such businesses are characterized by high growth, technology intensity, a high rate of obsolescence and are hugely human capital dependent. While the scale may vary from a lone freelance consultant to giant corporations, a knowledge based business can be set up with relatively low capital. Knowledge resources are unique in the sense that they are used, but never consumed. In fact, sharing knowledge invariably enhances it.

551: Make Sure You Get Paid - Positive Cash Flow Keeps Your Business Afloat!
You are in business. You are not a charity. You want to get paid for providing a good quality product or service. Not only do you want to get paid for providing good products or services, but you also want to ensure that you get paid what you are owed in a timely manner. Unfortunately not everyone pays in as timely a manner as possible.

552: IPO - Making the First Impression!
An IPO, also known as the Initial Public Offering is a favorite with new ventures. For those not familiar with the term, an IPO is the first time a company decides to make its shares available to the general public. It enables you to raise funds from people by promising them a portion of your profits later. Sounds good?

553: Is Your Business Indispensable?
Tough economic times mean that all businesses will be looking at their expenses to see if there is a way for them to cut their costs. If you work in the business to business sector, it is time to make sure your clients will not be cutting you off in an effort to cut their own costs. To ensure you are indispensable, make sure you answer the following.

554: Caution - Germs at Work
The fact is, the office is a hotbed of germs, a microbial monstrosity! When you think about it, how could it be anything but that? It's a place where a large number of people spend long hours in close proximity; usually there's less ventilation and direct sunlight filtering in and with carpeting around, using a floor disinfectant isn't a possibility.

555: A Quick Look at How to Buy a Business
Acquiring a company is a tricky business, and could be much harder than setting up a new one in certain cases. We've prepared a set of quick guidelines on how to buy a business, which can serve as a useful reference. However, before you get around to the buying process, there's something very important that you need to do, which is to identify what kind of business you'd like to take over.

556: How to Write a Business Plan (And Also How Not To!)
This is something everybody should do before even thinking of starting a business. Yes, it's all about how to write a business plan.

557: Trade Off - Import and Export Documents
In today's shrinking world, there is hardly any business transacted which does not require goods and services to cross national shores. Import and export activity is routine for many businesses, and the lifeblood of others. No doubt, you have used imported materials in your company before, but if this is the first time that you are importing or exporting something directly yourself, the following checklist will help you.

558: In Business With Your Spouse
The key to a successful marriage lies in communication. The same holds true for a business relationship. Develop an effective way to sort out differences and resolve disputes.

559: Information Architecture - Building Blocks For Techies!
Information Architecture is the art of building a structure for managing information. For example, you might use it to organize your company website's content into groups and create an interface to support those categories. Information architecture has unlimited application in the knowledge universe - you can use it to organize data on your system, make your email more manageable or simply compose a document.

560: Saving Money Fast
The number one way to get anywhere, I would highly suggest, I know it's not sexy but is the number one method: saving money fast. In other words all great investors are great at saving money fast. If you are not saving money fast now then you are never going to become wealthy until you start.


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