As the global economy and air travel continues to shrink the world, we find ourselves interacting with other cultures more and more often. One of the proudest and oldest cultures business travelers will encounter is that of China. In the US businessmen and women often exchange gifts and while our Chinese counterparts will certainly appreciate […]

Why Business Income Insurance Is Crucial

by GuestPoster on July 15, 2010

Every business is concerned about protecting its assets.  Commercial insurance is one of the many vehicles used by a business to do that.  Preservation of property and protection from lawsuits are just a few of the ways business insurance can protect itself.  Another asset that a business must protect is its revenue.  If a property […]

Choosing Signs for your New Business

by GuestPoster on July 14, 2010

If you are in the process of opening your own store or shop, you have a lot of items you need to purchase before you are ready to open your doors to the public. You will need items for the inside of your shop such as shelves, cases and display cabinets. You also want to […]

If your business does any printing, then you need to start using managed print services. This is a service that helps you to outsource and streamline your printing activity. The main reason that you want to do this is because it will save you money. However, there are other benefits as well. In addition to […]

While the demand for small business software has grown, one could make the argument that the understanding of software has not kept pace. Many enterprises – small and large alike – don’t have a fundamental understanding of the software needs of their business. This makes the IT department even more critical, and this is where […]

Do You Find Yourself Dreading Life After College?

by Dennis Charles on March 20, 2010

You are not alone. The fear of not knowing what you will be doing when your education finishes is a common one. It is due in large part due to the perception of what is available to you when you leave college. For more information about programs, visit: Perceived wisdom would have you thankful […]

When to Use a Co2 fire Extinguisher and How to Buy One

by Allia Vidmer on February 25, 2010

Fire extinguishers are one of those things that people see everyday of their working lives. There may be one next to the coffee machine, or in that corner where coats are hung in the morning and collected at the end of the day, but they go unnoticed. If someone was to ask where the nearest […]

Business Christmas Cards as More than Marketing

by Allia Vidmer on February 23, 2010

There are a number of advantages companies are able to utilize when it comes to sending out business Christmas cards. One of the most obvious benefits is the opportunity for the business to market their company. This is a nice way to remind your customers and suppliers of what you do and how you can […]

Depending on Mobile Payments for Success

by Allia Vidmer on February 19, 2010

Mobile payments was most likely in your top 5 list of concepts you needed to become more knowledgeable with when your company decided to offer its content to potential customers via mobile hand held devices. In a nutshell, the equation is rather simple. Provide premium content and service via SMS, WAP or the mobile web. […]

Which Atlanta Colocation Provider is Right for You?

by Allia Vidmer on February 17, 2010

If your company is located in the Atlanta, GA area, you are most likely doing some brisk business these days. If you’re in the market for web hosting, and have proprietary data that you’d prefer kept on computers owned by your business, perhaps considering Atlanta colocation could provide solutions you need. A quick search for […]

Windows 7: Should You Upgrade?

by henrytuttle on January 28, 2010

For PC users, it seems that as soon as they get comfortable with a system, a new version is being released. Take Microsoft’s newest release, Windows 7. It was released in October 2009. Human nature is to resist change. And this is why most system users would rather endure a root canal than make the […]

Connect with your Customers by Sending Christmas Cards

by Allia Vidmer on January 24, 2010

One of the biggest complaints that you will hear from customers across any industry is that companies just don’t care enough. Gone are the days of family run businesses where knowing your customers names was important, and truth be told, knowing each one of your customers personally isn’t really realistic anymore. But, if you take […]

Tips For Sending Business Christmas Cards

by Allia Vidmer on January 21, 2010

Business Christmas cards are a tradition that goes back over one hundred years, and today businesses of all sizes send out holiday greetings to their customers, business associates, and employees. They can be a great way to remind your clients about your services, thank them for their support, and enhance your reputation, but there are […]

Trade Show Display: Different Types to Buy or Rent

by Allia Vidmer on January 18, 2010

When it comes to securing a trade show display at a bargain there are a number of companies that provide affordable options. Some entrepreneurs opt to rent or even lease a display, but there are businesses that provide displays that can be customized and will be within budget. Before exploring the rent or buy option, […]

A Clear View: LCD Projector Rentals

by Allia Vidmer on January 18, 2010

If you showed up at a business meeting with one of those dinosaur projection systems from the nineteen eighties, you wouldn’t only lose the business but you would also be laughed out of the building. However, your business does not give enough presentations to justify purchasing an expensive new projector. Everyone knows that in today’s […]

Business Listings on Google Maps

by Brian Combs on January 10, 2010

Does your company sell products or services to a limited geographic area? You might want to explore Google’s Local Business Center. It returns business listings for certain queries with local intent. Take your most important keyword, add your city name to it, and search for it on Google. Do you see a map? If so, […]