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Difference Between Cash Flow and Profitability

As a small business you may find yourself confused about the difference between cash flow and profitability. The most simple definitions of the two say basically the same thing, “cash flow is the difference between accounts received and paid” compared to “profitability is the difference between revenue and expenses.” Sounds very similar, does it not?

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Key Benefits of Selling Your School Merchandise Online

Contributing author: Amanda Gross

With the heavy presence of technology amongst modern society, there is no better time to sell online.  Whether it be a last minute jersey before Friday’s football game, a monogrammed pullover for Father’s day or a blanket for their mom at the early morning cross country meet - having the ability to order it from the comfort of their home is desired by both parents and students alike!

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Getting Smart With Social Media for Your Nonprofit Organization

Contributing author: Morgan Mackmull

One of the best ways to reach a larger audience about your organization and the events you are choosing to put on is to reach out via social platforms. Not only is it free in most cases, but it can also help to expand your donor base exponentially!

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3 Questions You Should Ask Before Summer Camp Reporting

Contributing author: Chris Carver

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Components of a Successful Catering Invoice

Writing a successful catering invoice can be challenging. There are many components of outlining your invoice that is clear for both you and your clients. As you may know, there are SEVERAL pieces that are needed to cater events. Anything from specific types of chafers to the 150 mini tacos that need to be prepared on site will cost you, as the caterer, money and time!

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From One Entrepreneur to Another: 5 Tips to Success

Starting a business of your own takes courage, dedication, motivation and a little expert advice from those who have gone before you! We know that creating a successful business takes time and a lot of research.

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Create Effective Email Marketing to Boost your eCommerce Business

Contributing authors: Daniela Rouse & Chase Clark

There is no surprise that having an eCommerce channel to sell your products is one of the most important factors in helping small retail business growth. However a online store can not live up to its full potential without an effective email marketing campaign in place!

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5-Tips: Implementing Your Small Business Saturday Strategy

In the past couple of years, we have seen a general reversal of the negative trends previously plaguing the small business industry. The late-fall through early-winter timeframe presents a barrage of incentives to shop on multiple days (Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday etc.).

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Credit Card Processing for Food Trucks: How to Choose (POS + mobile swipers)

Keeping your line fast, product consistent, and customers happy are the three most important factors when it comes to having a successful food truck. However, without equipping you and your staff with the right tools this goal will be be both overwhelming and unattainable.

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3 Essential Steps to a Great Nonprofit Website

Every nonprofit organization, large and small, needs a website (and a good one at that).  Whether you are a one-person show with a tiny budget or a nationwide organization with an abundance of resources, you owe it to yourself, your organization & your cause to make your website an asset. That won’t be the case if you don’t consider the following:

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