Monthly Archives: July 2015
Many business owners and investors doing business in multiple states often wonder whether their company, which is set up in one state, also needs to be registered into the other state(s) where they are doing business. In analyzing whether you need to register your out of state company in a state where you do business or own property it is helpful to understand two things: First, what does the state I’m looking to do business in require of out of state companies; and Second, what is the penalty for failure to comply.
Join Bill and Rick to explore these practical distinctions in order to keep your business protected and prosperous.
Respect for your customers will ensure their faith and loyalty to you and your business over the long run. Candidly, many studies have shown that is up to nine times more difficult to attract a new customer than it is to retain an existing one. Accordingly, it is critical to keep your customers happy—-a matter that would appear at first blush to be common sense. But do we keep this in the forefront of our minds as we go through our everyday business?
Join Bill and Rick to discuss the techniques that are invaluable when dealing with customer related problems.
Marketing Automation can provide business owners with a productive way of streamlining their time with outbound marketing process. It can also become a time drain and highly unproductive if you’re plan lacks clear objectives, isn’t focused on the right audience, or you discover you’re delivering the wrong content.
Join Rick and Bill are they reveal common mistakes that could doom your marketing.
Both a joint venture (JV) and a partnership consist of co-owners of a business enterprise sharing the profits and losses. However, typically a joint venture is set up for one transaction or a series of transactions. Therefore, joint ventures are generally distinguished from partnerships by being more limited in both scope and duration. Do you know what business entities can form a JV, and how its done?
Join Bill and Rick to learn when and why a JV might be right for your business.