How can you be sure to get the deal you want in business? It’s all in your negotiation strategy. Entrepreneurs share their secrets to sealing a deal.
Cash flow management is critical to the stability of any business. Add the complexity of a seasonal business, and the need for disciplined cash flow management becomes even more significant.
Angela Delmedico is CEO and founder of Elev8 Consulting Group, a consulting company specializing in business strategy development and building highly effective branding, marketing, and publicity campaigns.
If you have wait until you’re thirsty to start siting the well, you’re bound to be parched before it’s built. Petra Coach consultant Andy Bailey writes about the importance of foresight and preparation to start or scale a company.
Are you making vital decisions based on flawed reporting? Next time you find yourself making an important business decision, reflect on the three Rs of financial reporting.
There are many good reasons to go public with a reverse merger instead of a traditional IPO. Understanding the process will help you determine if a reverse merger is right for your business.
The number one fatal flaw in nearly every resume I review is that they are written in what I refer to as the “80s” style. By this I mean that every job and every “given” responsibility is listed in a bulleted format. Are you telling your career story in this way?
If you are nodding your head yes, then stay with me because I promise to provide solid information to help clarify how to tell your readers (the hiring folks) about your achievements.
No matter what type of business you operate, you’re bound to experience slow paying customers. Here are several tips on how to deal with late payments and motivate clients to pay you promptly in the future.
Working at a startup is awesome … and often, utterly exhausting. As a CEO or founder, you’ll be forced to wear so many hats at your new business that it’ll feel like your to-do list multiplies whenever you DO sleep. Burnout is a very real problem, though, and one no new startup can afford to withstand.
Corporate bonds are an investment instrument that pays higher rates than government (or municipal) bonds due to the increased risk of loss to bondholders. They have a wide range of conditions because the financial health of the issuers can vary greatly. Each company is different and has a different likelihood of defaulting on their obligations; however, they all use bonds for one reason: to raise money.
What Are Corporate Bonds?
When a corporation wants to raise money for some type of investment or expenditure, they have three basic choices.