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161: Design For the Future
Prior to starting any expansion, renovation, or new construction the functionality of the space needs to be reviewed. This step is critical to the effectiveness of the finished space and the individual or business that will occupy the space.

162: Surviving the Tough Times
Don't let today's tough economic times hinder your success. Move forward and take it as a challenge.

163: The Right Reception?
So much that is written about reception areas and reception desks is about creating the right impression. Whilst this is true, and it is important that on entering your reception area your clients, suppliers and other visitors are impressed with the ambiance of the place, there are other considerations which need to be accounted for.

164: Saving Money by Using Pre-Owned Office Equipment
Using office equipment with a previous owner can save you a lot of money. Refurbished equipment is just as good as new.

165: How to Use Invoice Factoring to Finance a Staffing Agency
Are you looking for financing for your growing staffing agency? Read this article to learn how invoice factoring can be used to finance a growing temporary agency.

166: How Snow Removal Companies Work
With the winter weather seeming to get worse with each passing year a service that is starting to grow in popularity is snow removal. Snow removal companies are a welcomed sight to see when the snow has fallen several inches overnight and you still need to get to work.

167: Direct Mail Marketing With Corporate Thank You Cards
The purpose of direct mail marketing is to thank prior customers for their business, to remind them (that you're still there...) and to encourage another sale by introducing a sale or special offer.

168: Why Buying Wholesale Baby Accessories is Better
When you are in the business of making money, efficiently cutting costs can help you meet your customer's needs and make a substantial profit. Baby items can be very expensive for the business and the consumer. Finding ways to cut your product costs and give your customers a lower price can have many benefits for your company.

169: Local Printing Companies are a Great Way to Get Your Printing Done
I am in charge of working on our school yearbook and contracting with a company to print our yearbook. We always get several different offers in the mail that we can use a set format and submit the yearbook and have it mailed to us.

170: Remodeling Projects That Are Affordable Yet Make a Big Difference
Everyone is pinching pennies these days, yet people hesitate to compromise when it comes to home improvement. If your home can use a little work this year, here are some affordable projects that will make a big difference to your quality of life yet can be built by a home remodeling professional to suit just about any budget.

171: Facebook Vs Twitter in Business
What is the value of Facebook over Twitter? Is there a difference? When do you use one or the other or both? The ultimate decision about which social network to use lies with your company culture, goals and target customer. Nonetheless, it's important to recognize that you cannot choose "none of the above" if you want to survive the new digital economy.

172: How to Save Money in the Office!
In the last couple of months, people have been trying to cut costs both from places where they can actually be cut and from those that can't. However, the reality is that more and more costs will be continued to cut down and everyone has a responsibility to ensure that this is a successful goal. When it comes to cutting costs and saving money in the office, one has a number of different alternatives that will all help to accomplish such a goal and save money in the process.

173: How Energy Conservation Works For Your Business
Companies may now find many ways to reduce energy consumption. Many energy conservation techniques nowadays are applicable to many areas like energy generation, energy distribution, energy consumption, and energy transmission.

174: Corporate Mentoring
The word mentoring is very big in itself and when it comes to corporate mentoring, it takes some effort to analyze the standards of mentoring. In the corporate world, mentoring has been given lot of wattage and a lot of corporate organizations push their employees for the mentoring sessions and subsequent trainings.

175: Three Tips For Dramatically Improving Your Business
Would you like to be able to jump from earning between 50,000 and 100,000 a year to averaging well over 30,000 per month? Is one of your goals to reach the million dollar mark in online sales? You don't necessarily have to work longer or harder to accomplish that.

176: Ways to Leverage Your Freelancers Talent
Once you have chosen a particular freelancer for your project, it may be a good idea to test them out with a variety of tasks to gauge their skill and creativity. This way, you not only get the most out of what you pay for, but the freelancer can add additional skills to their profile/portfolio as well.

177: Companies Reap Benefits of Charitable Sponsorships
From a pure accounting point of view, a common reason to sponsor charities is to improve a company's tax situation. Since charitable donations are tax deductible, a company can receive significant tax benefits from such a relationship. However many companies are unsure how much to donate. Balancing the charitable organization's need with the donor's ability to give requires some expert advice.

178: File Folders Provide Ease of Use
The task of printing a folder is not an easy one. It requires the use of advanced technologies in the field of printing.

179: How to Cut Costs on Pocket Folders
The customization can help in making your products look more representative of your business identity. It is also the key for better folders printing products. These changes in the product design are also helpful for the market in terms of competition and new ideas.

180: An Alternative to a Buy-Sell Agreement
The advantages of a buy-sell agreement are well known to owners of closely-held businesses and their advisors. First, a buy-sell agreement creates a "market" for what would otherwise be an unmarketable asset. Second, a buy-sell agreement assures that the financial security of the deceased or withdrawing owner's family will not be tied to the future success of the business.

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