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5 Ways a Tablet Based POS Benefits Your Customers


Posted by Manny on July 4th, 2014

It is well known that iPad based POS systems provide cost effective and highly functional solutions for businesses. These POS solution also offer benefits to your customers. Five of these benefits are explored below.

Benefit #1 – Cloud Technology

You walk into a store that doesn’t use a modern or even almost modern POS. Maybe there is no POS system at all. Maybe they use only an accounting program and provide you with a handwritten receipt. If you were buying a big-ticket item, like a mattress or a new air conditioning unit, would you feel apprehensive? If it’s a busy day, what if they forget to actually charge your card that day? Your billing address, shipping address, and credit card number are left in a drawer. That means that your banking information continues to lie around the office.

Identifying the Five Key Elements of an Effective Cash Flow Statement


Posted by Manny on May 29th, 2014

Regardless of the size, type or nature of your business, you will always have a cash flow to take into consideration. Even if you have not experienced any substantial gains, your company will still have a cash flow that will need to be evaluated – even though it might seem to be a one-sided flow. In most cases, though, a company’s cash flow moves in both directions – both in and out of the business. When developing an effective cash flow statement, there are several key elements that must be put in place.

Cash Flow

Starting a Food Business Guide


Posted by Manny on April 3rd, 2014

Are you ready to be a food service player? If you’re reading this article, chances are, the initial answer to the question is a resounding yes! Either you are already in it, or  are about to plunge into it. This serves as a validation test for you on the essentials you need to succeed in the exciting world of food business ventures.

Chef Decorating

An Entrepreneur’s Mindset


Posted by Manny on April 2nd, 2014

I guess this topic is not new and you have heard some articles about how an entrepreneur should think to run his business. It is a common thought that when you already chose the world of entrepreneurship, and choose not to be employed, then that is the start of of being an entrepreneur. But old habits are not easily forgotten specially if you have been an employee for a long time. So changing your mindset is one of the most important prerequisite in running a business. There are many differences between an entrepreneur and employee and I have read many articles that compare their thinking. But the recent article I read have the best, in my opinion, of what they really differ.

Entrepreneur Mindset

Which Choice Characterize You? Businessman or Employee


Posted by Manny on February 24th, 2014

I have frequently noticed business owners say that they perhaps never imagine being employed for someone else, because they like the liberty of being a business owner. Conversely, I have heard employees utter that they in no way want to have their own businesses. They presume that there is a lot of headache connected with being a business owner.

Employee Ideas

Conquering Fear on Starting a Business


Posted by Manny on January 30th, 2014

Dreaming on starting a business? Do you fantasize of having a successful enterprise? You also desire that your business can produce extra earnings for you, so that you can quit your job and become free financially. But you halted there, you failed to jump on that leap of faith, a large rock is in your heart pulling you back. You are fearful. Afraid of failure and skepticism keeps humming over your head whenever you want to gamble out. You are anxious about nonsuccess, how to survive, anxiety etc. Unless you cast out fear it will never end.

Shocked Businessman

8 Entrepreneurial Lessons You Can’t Learn in Business School


Posted by Manny on January 12th, 2014

Business school is invaluable for a variety of reasons. Computer skills, networking connections, and even technical history are all an important part of any well-rounded entrepreneur’s resume. Even still, there are lots of things business school can’t teach you that you’ll likely have to learn the hard way: through trial and error.

Students Studying