Doreen Bloch

Resources to Increase the Impact of Your Nonprofit

It’s never a bad time to look into increasing the growth and positive impact of your nonprofit business. These resources will help you begin that process.

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Proven Strategies to Increase Your Nonprofit’s Revenue

We've created a list of strategies that will help you increase your nonprofit’s revenue so that you can not only stay in operation, but thrive.

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4 Tips for Choosing a Credit Card Processor for Your Retail Store

One of the most important aspects of opening a new business is selecting a credit card processor. However, this process can be overwhelming. To help you out, this guide will show you how to choose the credit card processor that is right for you.

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The Ultimate Guide to Starting a Software Company

SaaS industry revenue is projected to grow eight percent by 2018. If you want a slice of the pie, there isn’t a better time to get involved. To give you a better idea of what entrepreneurs in this industry are thinking about during each phase of the startup process, we created this guide.

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Resources to Help You Start and Run a Successful Bakery

When it comes to starting or running a bakery, the sky is the limit. From articles to video tutorials, here are a few of our favorite resources to help your bakery achieve success.

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9 Tips for Increasing Revenue in Your Bakery

To make more money for your bakery, it's important to tune into the trends. Here are nine research-backed strategies to help you grow your bakery business.

By Briana Morgaine | Share This

The David S. Rose Reading List for High-Growth Startups

Reading lists are dime a dozen, but reading lists that focus on rapid-growth startup businesses? Not so much. Here is David Rose's list of essential startup books.

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Use Milestones and Metrics to Turn Planning into Business GPS

I often use steering as a metaphor for business planning. Even when you have a steady highway, steering takes attention and constant small corrections. So too will running your own business, or starting a new one.

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