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How employee handbooks protect businesses

Does your small business have a comprehensive employee handbook covering all of the current COVID-19 considerations? Is...
01:04:10

Make effective communication your differentiator

Want to wow your current clients and win new ones? Problem is the world is full of...
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Identifying small business risks and reducing them

It’s goes way beyond having insurance. Businesses face serious threats to their existence whether they operate on Main...

It’s the leader not the concept

The mythology of American entrepreneurship goes something like this. You research a problem that startlingly nobody has...

Replays of recorded presentations

Informative CEDF webinars and recorded seminars you may have missed

Are sweat equity shares right for your company?

Startup or young companies often are cash poor but rich in founder and employee energy, enthusiasm and devotion. Can issuing “sweat equity” shares of...

How to set your prices and know if you’re right

For the first time in a generation, price inflation is raging. It may seem obvious that businesses have to keep their prices in line...

Budgeting tips for a new or young business

Getting off on the right foot in business means adopting certain financial disciplines early. Just like a family budget is important to maintaining all...

Build your business credit

Lots of attention is paid to personal credit scores and lenders consider yours to be a proxy for your character. But your business can...

Is Regulation Crowdfunding right for your business?

There’s a canyon in the land of small business finance. On one side, businesses are built on foundations of savings, small loans, credit cards...

Small business financial fundamentals

Success in business depends on having control of your finances and control requires understanding how it all works. This webinarhelps you learn financial fundamentals...

Articles

Small Business Chalkboard -- Articles to help plan and operate your enterprise

Training process

How to create a shareable job aid

The number one most effective form of shareable job aid I have seen is the humble checklist. It’s a simple but powerful tool used...
interuptions

Transform work interruptions into opportunities

If you’re wondering whether interruptions from colleagues have disappeared during the COVID-19 pandemic, rest assured, they have not. Ask just about anyone—those side conversations...

Small Business As Usual podcasts

The art of operating small enterprises and the issues faced by the owners

Small Business As Usual 21-3 — fiscal fitness

Everyone knows how important it is to have enough financial information to make wise decisions. It would be a lot easier if you had...

Small Business As Usual 21-2 — unintentional entrepreneur

Some people appear to be born entrepreneurs. Others seem to end up owning businesses having never contemplated that career. But is that the same...

Small Business As Usual 21-1 — fortitude

What do you do when you lose 85% of your business? Stephen Richmond of Painting with a Twist in Hartford describes his approach.

Small Business As Usual 20-6 — diversity, inclusion & equity

  Karen Hinds of Workplace Success Group explains why small business owners need to be engaged with diversity, inclusion and equity and how it can...

Small Business As Usual 20-5 — facing uncertainty

  What makes some entrepreneurs better suited for the most emotionally challenging part of business ownership -- uncertainty? Dr. Len Wysocki has insights into the...

Small Business As Usual 20-4 — building community

Michael Cervellino of Belle Academy had figured out how to deal with COVID-19 long before the pandemic hit through charity events and old fashioned...

Small Business As Usual 20-3 — preparation for change

As a small business owner, it’s likely you’ll have to deal with change on a daily basis. Ralph Mesite shares how he prepared for...

Small Business As Usual 20-2 — employee personal problems

Organizational development consultant and author Bruce Tulgan explains you can be be humane, thoughtful and take the right approach to dealing with employees who...

Small Business As Usual 20-1 — should you go into business?

Lots of people are attracted to owning their own businesses. But not everyone stops to make a truly informed assessment of whether it’s right...

Small Business As Usual 19-9 — bread saved my life

We've all heard stories about how the challenges of small business ownership cause personal crises. In contrast, Jennifer Acuna, owner of Loafing Around, LLC...
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Are sweat equity shares right for your company?

Startup or young companies often are cash poor but rich in founder and employee energy,...

How to set your prices and know if you’re right

For the first time in a generation, price inflation is raging. It may seem obvious...

Budgeting tips for a new or young business

Getting off on the right foot in business means adopting certain financial disciplines early. Just...

Build your business credit

Lots of attention is paid to personal credit scores and lenders consider yours to be...

Is Regulation Crowdfunding right for your business?

There’s a canyon in the land of small business finance. On one side, businesses are...