Author: andrea-gellert

Certifications are important for many types of organizations, especially small businesses that want to work with the U.S. government or receive special accommodations. Although there are a number of certifications depending on your gender, location […]

Are you ready to take your small business to the next level? Here are three pieces of advice from small business owners that could help you find success today: 1. Don’t Be Afraid The first […]

Does the average workday for you sound like hundreds of tasks piled on top of each other? Sure, the life of a small business owner can get hectic at times. Transforming an idea into a […]

When you think about your daily life as a small business owner, what part of your job makes you the happiest? Odds are; your answer doesn’t involve your finances or taxes. Managing your books isn’t […]

Independent contractors or full-time employees – which one is the right choice for your business as you grow? Naturally, each option has its pros and cons, and the answer may be more nuanced than you […]

For one small business owner, negative Yelp reviews might not be such a bad thing. Botto Bistro, the California-based Italian eatery co-owned and operated by Davide Cerretini and Michele Massimo, are actively encouraging patrons to […]

Small business owners spend a lot of time researching the laws and regulations that govern their business. This year, there’s a new one for them to study: The Affordable Care Act, which will require that […]

There’s a big argument going on in California regarding the pay offered by small businesses to their employees. Though many small businesses are struggling to pay their employees the $9-per-hour minimum wage (or slightly more,) […]