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Keeping a big brand small

Keeping a big brand small

02/07/16 06:48PM

Every small business wants to grow, but the trick is how to do it without diluting your brand. That was the challenge for a popular brand of hand cream. This family owned company worked  hard to keep the brand small even when major orders started coming their way. watch

On the upswing: Know how to grow

On the upswing: Know how to grow

02/07/16 06:47PM

You never really know who’s going to buy your product or how much money you’ll need to grow until you’re in the thick of it. That’s what happened to one entrepreneur who created a new kind of swing. He quickly found out that running your own business has its highs and lows. watch

Is Donald Trump good for small business?

Is Donald Trump good for small business?

01/31/16 04:39PM

The Iowa Caucus is the first vote of the 2016 presidential race, and it’s the first true test for Republican frontrunner Donald Trump. Serial entrepreneur Bill Rancic, best known for winning the first season of “The Apprentice,” tells us why his former boss would be good for small business. watch

Top tip: React and adjust

Top tip: React and adjust

01/31/16 04:26PM

Serial entrepreneur Bill Rancic, best known as the winner of the first season of “The Apprentice,” tells us why you need to react and adjust to any condition while running your small business. watch

Ask the expert

Ask the expert

01/31/16 04:24PM

How do you connect with your customers in a virtual world? Let’s ask the expert. Alicia Syrett is the founder and CEO of Pantegrion Capital. watch

Guarded growth

Guarded growth

01/31/16 04:23PM

Sometimes running a small business is all about perspective. The owner of a security guard company in New York says that it simply took a change in attitude to give her business the foundation that it needed to grow. watch

Landing government contracts

Landing government contracts

01/31/16 04:17PM

The U.S. government purchases $500 billion worth of merchandise every year, and a large chunk of that money is spent at small businesses. We went to California to meet a woman who owns an office products company. She has succeeded in cracking the complicated code of doing business with the government. watch

Business Tips from Alicia Syrett & Heather...

Business Tips from Alicia Syrett & Heather Thomson

01/24/16 05:23PM

Alicia Syrett, the founder and CEO of Pantegrion Capital, and Heather Thomson, the founder and CEO of Yummie by Heather Thomson, share their top two tips about toning down the hype in your business and setting your priorities. watch

Elevator Pitch: Modern overshoes for every...

Elevator Pitch: Modern overshoes for every style

01/24/16 05:18PM

Have you been looking for some footwear that’s practical on the outside but lets you be fashionable on the inside? PYSIS is a line of overboots to protect dress shoes in rain and snow. Find out if our panel thinks these boots are made for walking. watch

3 ways to stop embezzlement at your business

Business war chest: 3 ways to stop embezzlement at your business

01/24/16 05:15PM

Embezzlement is a sad reality for some small business owners. Many entrepreneurs have fallen victim regardless of their involvement in the day to day operations of their companies. James T. Ashe of Marcum LLP, an independent public accounting and advisory services firm, tells us what you need to do to stop this crime from happening. watch

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