Regardless of whether your company is an SaaS (software as a service) business or another type of business with different product and service offerings, you might find this article interesting, which stems from the identification of the problem that business development can mean something different to everyone.
June 2013 Archives
Regardless of whether you're attending any events for Small Business Week 2013, it's a great opportunity to look at the history of small business in America, and plan for the future. This year, as inspiration, we want to share with you a list of innovating small businesses that not only made it big, but also made a big impact on the way we function as a society and relate to the world around us. Some of these companies have developed innovations that have defined us as a culture, for better or worse (the latter of this depends mostly upon your individual opinion and as always we shall strive to remain neutral).
With the recent news on the NSA scandal filling so many media channels, discussing the matter with a political charge can be easy. We're going to ask that, as we post this, so too in reading, you put aside political leanings so that we can look at how, if at all, the information leaked in the news stories about the NSA scandal might affect small business in America.
The Defense Base Compensation Act provides coverage to employees who are injured in the course of working under federal contracts, for example, on military bases. Injuries can include illness. Understanding this compensation, which is a sub-regulation of the Longshore Act, is imperative to not only remaining compliant, but also to securing and maintaining your business' workforce.