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  • E-Waste Is Not a Dirty Word

    Jul 12, 2010

    What are you supposed to do with broken or outdated office equipment? Fortunately, there are an increasing number of eco-friendly ways to dispose of this waste without hurting the environment.

  • Poised For Growth

    Jul 12, 2010

    NASE Members need to evaluate exactly what growth means and how to make the climb to the next level a reality. The move is exhilarating but needs to be executed carefully and purposefully, experts caution. Here’s what you need to know to avoid stumbling as you step up to your next level.

  • Perfect Pitch

    Jul 12, 2010

    A well-crafted elevator pitch is an essential networking tool that home business owners can use in social situations, online profiles and even marketing materials. Here are five tips that will help you make sure your first impressions are pitch-perfect.

  • Business School

    Jul 12, 2010

    Serious-minded students at colleges and universities across the country are eager to help micro-business owners with tasks as varied as advertising strategy, feasibility studies, market research, social networking and strategic planning.

  • On the Move

    May 13, 2010

    Remember the manual typewriter? Imagine relying on one today to run your micro-business. How much time—and profit—would you have lost if you had clung to that relic?

  • Social Media Safety: 4 Tips

    May 13, 2010

    Many home-based business owners are leveraging social networking tools like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter to boost their bottom line. In the same spirit, entrepreneurial thieves are using the sites to look for new business while minimizing the risk of getting caught.

  • Lending A Hand

    May 13, 2010

    Diane Parker expected to pay for her new home with the funds received from the sale of her previous one. Suddenly the sale of her first house fell through, creating a serious cash squeeze. Common problem, right? What’s not so common was the solution.

  • Risky Business

    Mar 05, 2010

    Micro-business owners inevitably assume risks in their pursuit of rewards. To slash the odds of a setback—or worse, a crisis—it’s wise to prevent accidents before they happen.

  • For Richer For Poorer

    Mar 05, 2010

    Some say mixing business and pleasure is a mistake. Nonetheless, married couples often take the plunge and expand their partnership to include business, too.

  • Price Points

    Jan 06, 2010

    Selling products and services to today’s budget-conscious customers isn’t easy.

  • Home Office Makeovers That Won’t Cost You A Cent

    Jan 06, 2010

    Many of us spend more time in our home offices than any other area in the house, so it seems strange that these workspaces are often neglected. How many stay-at-home workers dragged a desk into some unused corner when they started their business and never looked back?

  • Back To Basics

    Jan 06, 2010

    In the not so distant past, a business needed only a few basics to ensure success. A good location, decent customer service and an advertisement in the local newspaper was just about all a micro-business really needed to attract customers and keep sales coming.

  • Get More Bang for Your Labor Buck

    Jan 06, 2010

    Micro-business owners everywhere are relying more than ever on freelance workers.

  • Good Company

    Oct 30, 2009

    Anyone who works out of a home office knows that it can be a lonely place. At home, the trivial interactions that break up most people’s workdays—chats around the copy machine, birthday cake in the break room—are in short supply.

  • Property Lease Do-Over

    Oct 30, 2009

    Carla, the owner of an Atlanta gift shop, knows only too well what a recession can do to the financial health of a micro-business. Earlier this year a steep sales decline made it tough for her to pay the rent.

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