Gary Walker had some hard-earned experience with cleaning during his service in the Air Force. Those long nights were the start of something remarkable. It's not easy being green, but it can be profitable.
The Internet: the world's greatest timesaver? Or time waster? Make the Internet an ally with these time-saving tools.
An energy audit can yield big savings — with the right audit and auditor. These five steps will help guide you in doing it properly.
Financing is vital to any small business, yet many business owners spend little time preparing to meet their banker when seeking financing. Here are six tips to prepare for a successful bank meeting.
Which are the boom and which the bust industries in this economy? Some bad ideas and several good ones.
Each newsletter focuses on one of the various programs and services available to help Missouri businesses transform and grow.
A six-criterion assessment allows businesses to take a 360-degree view to strategize and stay competitive.
A primer for small business owners explaining tax law changes that may affect your business.
Funding and technical assistance to help veterans start and grow a business are available from a variety of sources.
The mobile trend is unlikely to show down in 2013. What does this mean for your small business? Here are five trends to watch in the new year.
It's no longer enough to offer a quality product or service. You need to surprise and delight customers, not simply satisfy them. By creating these benefits, you'll create a memorable buying experience and strengthen your competitive advantage. Here are five wow factor tip to boost customer loyalty.
Few things lead to as many failed businesses as less-than-adequate cash flow. How cash flows through your firm from sale to invoice to receipt is the lifeblood of any company, and accelerating it allows you to do more and ensure your company's stability. Here are seven practical tips to make sure you get paid faster.
Many small businesses have found email marketing is alive and well and a great way to thrive and survive in any economy.
MU Extension's Business Development Program exists to help Missouri’s entrepreneurs succeed in private enterprise and to promote Missouri's economic development. It performs this vital service through a network of business counselors located throughout the state.
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