Hannah Whittenly 


Top Tips for Negotiating the Sale of Your Business

Selling your company could be one of the largest financial transactions you ever make, and that is why you need to be cautious every step of the way. A single mistake or oversight could end up costing you quite a bit of money or bring your negotiations to a grinding halt. These few tips will help you sell your company quickly while avoiding some of the most common mistakes that … [Read more...]

Business Frugality: 4 Creative Strategies to Lower Your Costs

If you run a company, then you know that you need to save every penny that you can to turn a profit in business. There are several things you can do that will help save your company money. Here are several that you may want to consider. Relocate Your Company to a College Town You probably don’t realize this, but college towns are a great source of labor. Current students are … [Read more...]

Your Business Will Benefit in These 5 Ways by Providing Company Meals

More and more companies are seeing the benefits of offering their employees company meals. This used to be something that was considered a huge waste of money. After all, it’s giving something away for free. In fact, studies have shown that the opposite is true and that companies actually reap rewards by doing so. Here are some of the ways that your business will benefit by … [Read more...]

Corporate Clout: 4 Steps to Impressing a Potential Business Partner

Impressing a potential business partner does not have to include expensive dinners or trips out of the country. There are many different factors you can consider to help you with making a good impression. In fact, you may be surprised at how impactful taking into account the small details can be. Here are just a few ideas for you to consider if you have a potential business … [Read more...]

Only 30% of Your Workers Are Engaged: How to Motivate the Other 70%

According to Villanova University, only 30% of US workers are engaged and inspired at work. That means that 70% of employees are disengaged and uninspired at work. If you let that happen at your business, you could lose productivity. This can impact the quality of your product and, therefore, your profit. To help you get those 70% motivated, here are some techniques you can use … [Read more...]

Corporate Change: Why Relocating Your Business Could Be the Next Best Step

If you own a business that heavily relies on foot traffic and local word-of-mouth and not seeing the success you had hoped for, you may want to consider relocating. This is especially true for hotels, restaurants and other “stay and pay” types of establishments. A company relocation may also be applicable to you if you’re planning to downsize or have a shift in your strategic … [Read more...]

Protect Your Company! 4 Measures New Business Owners Should Take

It’s important that new business owners take protecting their company seriously. There are plenty of people in the world that take great strides in trying to disable new businesses. It’s your responsibility, as a new business owner, to protect yourself, your company, and your employees from potential harm. Here are four ways you can start working to protect your … [Read more...]

4 Ways to Impress Your Customers the Moment They Step Through the Door

Despite more people turning to online shopping, over 64 percent of people still prefer to make a purchase in a brick-and-mortar store. While many people participate in showrooming, which is the practice of looking at a product in a store before buying it online, others also participate in web rooming, which is the practice of looking at a product online before buying it in a … [Read more...]