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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    A Bad Economy May Benefit Franchises

    With all the negativity making headlines these days, it's difficult sometimes to maintain perspective. Foreclosures at record highs. Nearly a trillion dollars in bailouts. The Dow with record declines. Mass layoffs and unemployment at five-year highs. Reading Dickens - it was the best of times, it was the worst of...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Let's Make A Deal: Learn How To Negotiate Successfully

    Learn how to negotiate successfully by interpreting these 5 subconscious indicators which are explained in this paper. We've all heard that the best negotiations are win-win agreements, in which each side benefits from the outcome. Unfortunately, however, some negotiations leave us feeling like losers in a lopsided deal. Wouldn't it...

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  • Tools & Templates // Aug 2006

    Startup Costs Worksheets

    This template will help you estimate both one-time and continued costs for the first 90 days of your new business.

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  • Tools & Templates // Aug 2006

    Business Credit Application

    Use this Business Credit Application when another business, such as a distributor or vendor, wishes to establish credit terms with your company.

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  • White Papers // Apr 2006

    Put Your Best Foot Forward

    A person's logo is the very first image customers associate with the business, so the person will want it to hit the right note. To get the skinny on choosing a killer image, the authors' went to Bruce Lowry, founder of Summitsoft and creator of the company's Logo Design Studio...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2004

    Speak Up

    Of course, there are plenty of reasons not to like negotiating. It can be alternately petty, time-consuming, confrontational, impossibly difficult and aggravating (to name a few). What matters most, however, is why you don't like to negotiate. Some people feel it's degrading, like they're begging the other side for scraps....

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  • White Papers // Aug 2004

    Hangin' Tough: How To Beef Up Your Negotiating Game

    Just as strong is the word we often use to describe good coffee, tough is the word we often use to describe good negotiators. There's a definite advantage to being known this way; it immediately reduces your opponent's expectations. Some may soften, others will try harder; but in this competitive...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2003

    How to Get Editors to Read Your Press Releases

    The purpose of publicity is to inform the public about news, events, people and things of that nature, not to tell a story. Editors and reporters are sensitive to what the reader wants to read. Since a significant portion of news in a news publication comes from press releases, editors...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2003

    How to Make the Most of a Business Event

    Hosting an event for one's business or at one's business can be the equivalent to getting an article published in a targeted publication. The focus is what makes it so effective. The event can take the form of an open house, a ribbon-cutting ceremony, a seminar or a guest appearance...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2002

    What Do Editors Look For?

    Not all magazines are looking for news stories. Some magazines prefer to examine case studies, though their writers do them in their own way. Most importantly, know the magazine. Although editors admit it's not something that can be easily explained, all too often they receive irrelevant pitches that don't relate...

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  • Tools & Templates // Aug 2006

    Startup Costs Worksheets

    This template will help you estimate both one-time and continued costs for the first 90 days of your new business.

    Provided By Entrepreneur.com

  • Tools & Templates // Aug 2006

    Business Credit Application

    Use this Business Credit Application when another business, such as a distributor or vendor, wishes to establish credit terms with your company.

    Provided By Entrepreneur.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Let's Make A Deal: Learn How To Negotiate Successfully

    Learn how to negotiate successfully by interpreting these 5 subconscious indicators which are explained in this paper. We've all heard that the best negotiations are win-win agreements, in which each side benefits from the outcome. Unfortunately, however, some negotiations leave us feeling like losers in a lopsided deal. Wouldn't it...

    Provided By Entrepreneur.com

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    A Bad Economy May Benefit Franchises

    With all the negativity making headlines these days, it's difficult sometimes to maintain perspective. Foreclosures at record highs. Nearly a trillion dollars in bailouts. The Dow with record declines. Mass layoffs and unemployment at five-year highs. Reading Dickens - it was the best of times, it was the worst of...

    Provided By Entrepreneur.com

  • White Papers // Sep 2003

    How to Make the Most of a Business Event

    Hosting an event for one's business or at one's business can be the equivalent to getting an article published in a targeted publication. The focus is what makes it so effective. The event can take the form of an open house, a ribbon-cutting ceremony, a seminar or a guest appearance...

    Provided By Entrepreneur.com

  • White Papers // Dec 2003

    How to Get Editors to Read Your Press Releases

    The purpose of publicity is to inform the public about news, events, people and things of that nature, not to tell a story. Editors and reporters are sensitive to what the reader wants to read. Since a significant portion of news in a news publication comes from press releases, editors...

    Provided By Entrepreneur.com

  • White Papers // Jan 2002

    What Do Editors Look For?

    Not all magazines are looking for news stories. Some magazines prefer to examine case studies, though their writers do them in their own way. Most importantly, know the magazine. Although editors admit it's not something that can be easily explained, all too often they receive irrelevant pitches that don't relate...

    Provided By Entrepreneur.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2006

    Put Your Best Foot Forward

    A person's logo is the very first image customers associate with the business, so the person will want it to hit the right note. To get the skinny on choosing a killer image, the authors' went to Bruce Lowry, founder of Summitsoft and creator of the company's Logo Design Studio...

    Provided By Entrepreneur.com

  • White Papers // Sep 2004

    Speak Up

    Of course, there are plenty of reasons not to like negotiating. It can be alternately petty, time-consuming, confrontational, impossibly difficult and aggravating (to name a few). What matters most, however, is why you don't like to negotiate. Some people feel it's degrading, like they're begging the other side for scraps....

    Provided By Entrepreneur.com

  • White Papers // Aug 2004

    Hangin' Tough: How To Beef Up Your Negotiating Game

    Just as strong is the word we often use to describe good coffee, tough is the word we often use to describe good negotiators. There's a definite advantage to being known this way; it immediately reduces your opponent's expectations. Some may soften, others will try harder; but in this competitive...

    Provided By Entrepreneur.com