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Tips to Do Business in China

Doing business in China or off-shoring your production there can be a very lucrative idea. However, you have to consider the logistical and cultural factors that will influence your marketing and business strategy. You’ll need to acknowledge all these differences and adjust your way of thinking and doing things to find success in your efforts […]

How to Make Your Work Clothing A Business Expense

One of the biggest misunderstandings which may exist among people who are starting u their own business is that of thinking that all of their clothing costs can be put against tax. Actually, in most cases, this is not possible. What can be put against your tax is up to the taxman and his rules […]

Barry Edwards: Helping Companies Find Their Brand That Sells

It is not uncommon for a business, big or small, to need rebranding. Often companies don’t realize the importance of their brand in their early stages and neglect to develop it. Sometimes they find their marketing efforts aren’t converting prospects as expected. Barry Edwards, owner of EdwardsCom.net has helped dozens of businesses like these – […]

Financial Planner Mark Condon Reveals Methods to Maximize Retirement Income

When it comes to planning for retirement, many people are making it up as they go along. But winging it can lead to negative consequences such as not saving enough or being hit with a significant, and likely unnecessary, tax bill later on. Mark Condon of Commonwealth Financial Group shares with his insights and advice […]

BRAVE NEW WORLD Gair Maxwell is Inspiring Leaders to Build Legendary Brands

Gair is an inspiring figure. He makes you want to get up and achieve something. As good a speaker as I’ve ever heard. Gene Simmons, founder of KISS You’ve heard the expression: When one door slams in your face, another door swings wide open? That certainly rings true for Gair Maxwell, a Canadian who had […]

Lisa Luckett, Fair Haven Author and 9/11 Widow, Explains How Tragedy Helps Us Grow

As the first plane struck the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, Lisa Luckett knew she would never see her husband Teddy again. As a mother of three young children witnessing and living America’s greatest tragedy, she could have easily fallen into despair. Lisa chose a different path. Seventeen years later she’s sharing her […]

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