Pricing Mistakes To Avoid

When running a small business, your pricing strategy can mean the difference between being this year’s big success or the next ‘whatever happend to …’.  Here are some interesting thoughts about pricing within your small business that could make all the difference.

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Be Prepared During A Crisis

Often times, managing a small business involves determining how to do more with less.  This is particularly true when it comes to managing through some type of disaster, whether it be storms, power outages, or any other business crisis.  Here’s a chance to participate in a webinar to find out what you should be thinking […]

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Thank You to Our Veterans

To all the men and women of our Armed Forces and their families who have made tremendoue sacrifices to defend our freedom … we thank you.  We are humbled by your acts of valor, your selflessness, and your sense of honor and duty, and we hope that our actions today, and every day, honor your […]

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Small Business Grants Available

Chase Bank and LivingSocial have joined forces to sponsor “Mission: Small Business”, a program aimed at offering qualified small businesses an opportunity to be awarded $250,000 in grants.  This is part of an effort recognizing the importance of small businesses in growing the economy and in supporting local communities.  Click here to learn more, and […]

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How Friendly Is Your State?

A recent two-month survey of over 6,000 small business owners nationwide identified some interesting findings on the United States’ business regulatory climate and the nation’s economic health.  Find out how your state measured up.

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National Small Business Week (5/20-26)

Just a reminder … National Small Business Week is May 20-26, 2012. There are still openings if you want to attend.  Participate in person or online via a live webcast.  Details available online at http://www.nationalsmallbusinessweek.com/

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Print Newspaper Survey Results Released

A recent study concerning the audience for print newspapers discovered that common perceptions relating to the popularity of electronic media may not be completely accurate, especially when it comes to people aged 18-24 (the so-called ‘Millennials’).  Learn more here.

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TS Associates Gets Top 50 Award

TS Associates Ranked Among 50 Fastest Growing Women-Owned Companies Recognized by the Women Presidents’ Organization and American Express OPEN Ballston Spa, NY, May 1, 2012 – Thomas Stanley Associates LLC (TS Associates), a leader in the publication of LLC Legal Notices nationwide, has been recognized by the Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO) as one of the […]

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NYS Small Business Development Center – Training Available

Do you know that New York State’s Small Business Development Center offers on-going training for new and existing small businesses?  Click here for the latest schedule of 2012 events.  These courses typically require you to register in advance, and attendance can be limited, but they provide a great opportunity to expand your business expertise as […]

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Looking for Small Business Resources?

Are you looking for resources to assist you in the startup of your new business?  Do you have questions about specific issues that you may be facing?  Take advantage of the many resources available to you on the web.  Here’s a good place to start … the U.S. Small Business Administration. They offer assistance in the startup […]

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