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Put simply, a logo is the symbol or design that identifies your business and brand. Some businesses opt to create a logo that may consist of a stylized version of the company name, like Google, eBay or Kellogg’s. Other businesses might skip using words and go with a design like the bright golden arches that […]
Starting a business is exciting, complex and fraught with countless decisions before you make your first sale. One important choice is where to set up your business bank account and what kinds of accounts to get. Every business is different and has its own product cycles, financial withdrawal needs and specific financial requirements. That means […]
What’s in a domain name and why is it so important? The simple answer is that your company domain name is an important part of your brand. As your online “home” for your business, your website domain helps define your company and highlights your product or service. It also helps bring in customers searching for what you have to […]
Your business is growing. Opportunity is calling and it’s now time to expand your company’s presence and operations beyond your “home” state where you initially registered your business. For some, these opportunities may consist of advantageous sales prospects, meeting the needs of a new market or even favorable tax environments. But before you can move forward […]
As we approach the new year, you may be starting to think of your “new year, new me” resolutions or possibly even “new year, new business.” What better time to start a new adventure than at the beginning of the year? Here at Incfile, we know that starting a new business can be scary, and […]
Did you know that according to the U.S. Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy, small businesses make up 99% of all businesses in America? Well, it is true. However, with only 30 million small businesses, sadly, only half (50%) of them make to year five and beyond. With so many small businesses in the country, […]
Small business owners obsess over the bottom line—and with good reason—a U.S. Bank study found that 82 percent of businesses fail because of cash flow problems. If you’re not acutely aware of how much money you’re making, as well as spending, you won’t last long. The irony is that in keeping track of their finances, […]
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Turning your side hustle into your main business isn’t easy, but keeping the right tools in your back pocket will be the first step toward success.
Customer experience. User experience. Data and analytics. What do these things really have to do with improving the bottom line? Read on to find out.