Monthly Archives for April 2014

Telecommunications Financing

Cell Tower Factoring Are you being handicapped due to your account receivables being 30 to 60 days out? After interviewing a business owner of a telecommunication tower company, I found out that there’s a huge need for some bridge financing in this industry. Doe your company have receivables on the books that are anywhere from 30 to 60 days out? From what I gathered after this conversation with this business owner, it is very unlikely to be paid on jobs Read More


What Would You Do If All Technology Were Halted?

No phone, no email, nothing… There was a television commercial that aired in the mid nineties that did a pretty good job of answering this question. It involved a business owner of a mid-sized company talking to his sales staff and lamenting the fact that they were slowly losing business. In his conversation with them, the owner began to lay out a scenario that had already become reality: the sales force had gotten into the practice of calling on the Read More


Harness the Power of Technology

How Tablets Have Reshaped Business In the last decade or so, the world has seen how technology has completely changed the way we do business. Probably the biggest game changer of them all is the tablet. In a study made by Business Insider published in 2013, 1 in every 17 people currently uses a tablet. The numbers are not as big as smartphone ownership (1 in every 2 people), but tablet users are more active online. Considering that the first Read More


What Could You Outsource?

If you are a small business owner its very possible that you are burning the candle at both ends.  Studies have proven that in the first ten years following start-ups, small business owners are some of the hardest working people in the nation.  You are also likely to be a person who finds it difficult to trust others with “your baby.”  After all, you have your blood, sweat, tears and your money wrapped up in your dream. But maybe its Read More


Do Religion and Politics Mix in Workplace Conversation?

 Lets also add the Kardashian’s to the list while we’re at it.. It has always been understood that religion and politics make for uncomfortable and sometimes incendiary topics for water cooler and conference room conversation at work. Wherever workers meet for eating, drinking or just lounging within the confines of the office building or factory, in many cases broaching these subjects can be a cause for dismissal. Whether these rules are constitutional or not are left to the judiciaries to Read More