Month: September 2015

Negotiating Strategies

I came across a great article on the art of negotiation. Whether you are in a position of a Consultant or you are a client with a need, it is important to be ready for business negotiations. We don’t have a choice as to whether or not we negotiate. Our choice is whether we do… Read more »

Keep It Simple Part 3

There was an article that first appeared in the February 2006 issue of Entrepreneur that is about finding focus and fine-tuning your business. We all get lost in the details and day-in-day-out stresses of management. Our third post shared by the DFW B2B team outlines Management. Day-to-day management of employees and processes is probably the single toughest job for any… Read more »

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Names B2B CFO Among Nation’s Top 100 Small Businesses at the 2015 Small Business Summit

U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NAMES B2B CFO AMONG NATION’S TOP 100 SMALL BUSINESSES AT THE 2015 SMALL BUSINESS SUMMIT    B2B CFO’s Founder Jerry L. Mills brings top concerns of Small Business Owners and discusses Free Enterprise with members of Congress and Press   MESA, Ariz. [July 7, 2015] –    B2B CFO, the nation’s largest… Read more »

The Minimum Wage: To Raise Or Not To Raise?

There is an increasing debate about minimum wage being raised due to cost-of-living and quality of life. Is this a good idea (with small businesses in mind)? Way the good and the bad. In this article from Forbes, we explore the issues and benefits from minimum wage being increased. The majority of those earning minimum… Read more »

Baby Boomers Ready to Sell Businesses

The number of small businesses listed for sale nationwide is at a six-year high, according to data compiled by BizBuySell.com, an online marketplace. The tally of completed transactions is also rising, and the median sale price is up 12 percent compared with prices a year ago. Businesses are sold for a wide variety of reasons,… Read more »