Rethinking Business Plans

  At the Sandy Chamber of Commerce Women’s Business Conference last week, a panel of experts gave advice about how to get financing for a new business. The panelists (one venture capitalist, a representative from a bank, a representative from a credit union and the Deputy District Director of the Utah SBA) each came from […]

8 Shoplifting Myths That Cost You Money

According to the National Association for Shoplifting Prevention (NASP), more than $35 million of good are stolen from retailers every day. That’s a whole lot of stuff going out the door. If you’re a retailer, you want to do everything you can to deter shoplifters. And with approximately 27 million shoplifters in the U.S., there’s plenty […]

Is Your Business Prepared for a Disaster?

  As a business owner you probably worry about things like inventory, marketing, hiring and training employees and paying the bills. An earthquake seems like a silly thing to worry about, considering all your day-to-day worries. But earthquakes do happen (as do fires, floods and tornadoes). And if you’re not prepared when disaster strikes, your […]