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Businesses That Will Thrive in 2021 and Onwards

The pandemic has devastated many businesses in the U.S. and across the globe. A survey by the Federal Reserve Bank in September and October 2020 shows that 30 percent or about nine million small businesses in the U.S. stated that they will likely not survive until the end of 2021. Newer data from another study

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Growth Strategies to Expand Your Business Quickly

Most businesses fail within the first year of operations, and around 50% completely closes off during their 5th year, with 20% of them being small businesses. If you’re looking to grow your business, it’s not an easy feat, but it is doable. All you need to do is clear your mind and identify different ways to

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Business Finance: Saving Money in Your First Year

The financial realities of running a business can be harsh for many entrepreneurs, especially startups. In fact, many small business owners admitted that they’d spent more than twice their initial expectations in their first year. There could be dozens of reasons why this kind of mishap happens, but generally, it’s due to taking financial missteps,

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Restructuring Post-COVID-19 Healthcare Workspaces

As standard procedure, the pharmaceutical sector has always had painstaking rules and guidelines to avoid cross-contamination and produce accurate results. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has put an even larger emphasis on such safety and sanitary practices. Aside from more stringent laboratory practices to avoid infections and virus spread within these spaces, significant reorganization must occur

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How Thoughtful Planning Can Help Business Owners Thrive

As one opens up their own business, not only would they become responsible for the growth of their personal career, but for the people working under them as well. This is why every decision made should be well-thought-of. But, if you are still a rookie in the industry, there may be times when certain challenges

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