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Business Laws That Every Small Business Owner Must Know to Succeed

Business Laws That Every Small Business Owner Must Know to Succeed

As a business owner, one has tremendous responsibility in overseeing employees, finances, e-commerce strategies, marketing strategies and the list could go on. With this wide range of responsibility, it is to the advantage of any business owner to have a general knowledge of how business laws impact one's business. Knowing such laws can help a business owner put out fires and prevent issues from exploding into expensive business litigation matters. Here are some fields of law that every business owner should become acquainted with, as well as specific laws within these fields that can benefit business owners. Having a working knowledge about these laws will empower a business owner in the journey to creating a successful and profitable business. As a disclaimer, business owners should not take the following information as legal advice, but should rather seek legal counsel if they have extenuating legal circumstances.

How your company can position itself for Valentine's Day

How your company can position itself for Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day has always been one of the more popular holidays for centuries. It has also always been a lucrative day for businesses of many types - such as floral shops, jewelers, restaurants and candy stores. However, with some ingenuity - any business can benefit by positioning themselves well for Valentine’s Day.

In fact, Valentine's Day is not just for couples. Once that is factored in, there are no limits. Secondly, it is the more unusual gifts that often carry the most meaning. While anyone can buy a card, box of candy, flowers or go out for a romantic dinner - it takes much more thought to find something truly unique to show appreciations. Especially when consumers take into account what their loved ones, friends and colleagues would most enjoy.

The End of Anonymity & Privacy

When technology takes hold

The End of Anonymity & Privacy

Soon, you will no longer be anonymous. At least, everything points in that direction. Technology has forever changed the potential for privacy, and signs show that the younger generation is already adapting to this.