Business To Business Networking Puts More Money In Your PocketWritten by Jeff Schuman
Business to business networking puts more money in your pocket by helping you overcome number one biggest problem facing new business owners. Prospecting for new customers. Business networking events can go a long way towards making whole prospecting problem go away. There are two main kinds of networking opportunities available to average entrepreneur. Passive networking and strong networking. Both have unique benefits and drawbacks.
The most well known example of passive networking is your local chamber of commerce. You can find a chamber of commerce chapter in almost every major city worldwide. Your local chamber of commerce gives you opportunity to meet with many of movers and shakers in your local business community. Through many events they plan on a monthly and yearly basis, they offer you a chance to connect with a number of potential prospects for your products and services.
Weekly networking groups or clubs are an example of strong networking opportunities. These kinds of business networking events can be found in many major cities worldwide. A strong networking group will meet on a weekly basis for sole purpose of exchanging business leads with one another and learning better ways of networking to grow their business. The most successful networking groups require your weekly attendance and insist that their members provide fellow members with referrals throughout year. They also allow only one person from each profession or industry to belong to group. This keeps quality of referrals high. One such group is Business Network International (BNI).
Business Owners Are Now Getting Cash For Their Visa/Mastercard ReceiptsWritten by Reginald Turner
How are you doing today business owner? I hope you are doing well and having a very prosperous day. Running a business on a day to day basis could get really rough at times. There are things that need to be done such as advertising, maintaining inventory, payroll, repairs, purchasing new equipment etc. Not only does these expenses require a lot your time and money, but could create a negative cash flow for your business if it's not generating a profit. When business owners experience a negative cash flow nowadays, you wouldn't believe what they are doing to either improve or increase their cash flow.
Today, when business owners fall into a negative cash flow situation, not many of them are turning to a small business loan, or a bank for help because either they don't have excellent credit, significant collateral, and not to mention enormous amount of time and effort that goes into bank and small loan application process. That could be very frustrating to a business owner, especially if they need cash immediately.