Category: Business Protection
Cyber security is a hot topic these days for small businesses. To stay protected, here are some smart ways to keep your company out of the crosshairs.
Even in 2019, cybersecurity remains a major concern among small businesses. Here are 5 of the best security software systems you need to consider.
Owning a business is extremely fulfilling, especially when it helps solve a problem that many people face. It’s not always going to be rainbows and bowls of ice cream with sprinkles though. You are going to face challenges and business risks that could completely destroy your company. To help you sidestep these, below are some of […]
In the early days of your Limited Liability Company (LLC) (or other type of small business), you’re often still learning as you go, deciding what processes you need to put in place and how to optimize your operation going forward. Because so many small business owners are new entrepreneurs just getting familiar with what it […]
In the early days of your Limited Liability Company (LLC) (or other type of small business), you’re often still learning as you go, deciding what processes you need to put in place and how to optimize your operation going forward. Because so many small business owners are new entrepreneurs just getting familiar with what it takes to […]
Once you’ve settled on the perfect name for your business and have verified its availability, the hard part may be over — but you’re far from ready to open your doors and begin taking customers.
A virtual office can be a great way for your small business to save on overhead costs while increasing profits and expanding its reach. Because it exists primarily online, a virtual office allows you to conduct business anywhere — whether you’re in your home office or on the beach. Although it allows for freedom and […]
Pascale Abou Moussa is on the marketing team at CoverWallet, a tech company that makes it easy for businesses to understand, buy and manage insurance – all online and in minutes. The company provides everything from general liability and workers compensation to directors & officers and commercial auto, and everything in between.
Virtual offices are fast becoming the standard for modern businesses. But how do they work, and why should you transition into one?
While an LLC operates on state statutes, getting a business license is much more specific. Licensees are authorized to operate in a geographical area — most commonly the county or city in which you are based.