Business Entrepreneur

Business Entrepreneur: Being the tenant

For many business entrepreneurs who are renting premises from which to operate their businesses, COVID-19 and the hard lockdown has forced many to relook at their lease agreements.  Many entrepreneurs suddenly realise the weakness of their contractual position and the strength of the landlord’s position.  In many instances, the entrepreneur may have signed personal surety and are therefore joint and severally liable together with the business under the lease agreement.

Entrepreneurs may notice that their lease agreements have no force majeure provisions, hardship clauses or even mediation or alternative dispute resolution provisions.  Many lease agreements entered into with large corporate landlords have breach provisions that are one sided and all in favour of the landlord.  In fact, your lease agreement may fail to have any provisions dealing with breach by the landlord.  We have found that many tenants that have their businesses and leased premises in shopping malls, where additional

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Cybersecurity Practices That Protect Your Small Business


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Success instills pride. Unfortunately, valuable possessions also attract thieves. Entrepreneurs think lack of customers, bad service and limited capital are what causes bankruptcy. Try being a victim of cyber crime.

The National Cyber Security Alliance found that 60 percent of companies that are victims of a cyber attack go out of business within six months. The average loss is $200,000, according to a 2019 report by insurance carrier Hiscox. That’s a hefty sum for startups, most of which are already reeling from the virus outbreak. Currently, 15 percent of small businesses do not expect to survive the recession, which means a cyber attack would have devastating consequences.

Here are cybersecurity practices that protect your business.

Train staff on security protocols

While big companies get all the media attention, hackers also exploit smaller organizations. It’s partly because

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10 Lessons Every Entrepreneur Should Learn About Their Business


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I co-founded a company 10 years ago, and in that decade we’ve closed seven M&As, expanded our operations, dramatically increased revenue and forged strategic partnerships. But of course this journey had its fair share of highs and lows. Here are 10 things I’ve learned that I think can be helpful to any entrepreneur. 

Related: How One Franchise Company President Makes Better, Faster Decisions During Uncertain Times

Know when to say no to a deal

Early on, an investor offered $25 million to acquire ironSource, even upping the bid to $40 million two months later. We turned the offer down. When you’re in this position, it’s critical to deeply question yourself and to be brutally honest. I certainly was. If your goal is to create something and then move on to your next challenge once your business

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Insurance – Life,Property,Marine,Fire,Liability,Social,Guarantee-insurance

If you’ve got ever been in a car twist of fate that becomes greater than just a little fender bender, or if your property or residence has ever been burglarized, higher than most of the people how critical insurance dealers are. If your place gets burglarized, you almost in no Continue Reading

If you’re a Canadian and had been in the workforce for a decade or greater, then you realize that your profits purchases much less these days than the first yr of your operating profession. Inflation is a part of our society and whilst our government maintains to devalue our cash Continue Reading

Don’t invalidate your hearth insurance policy. I find this a very strange case however it just suggests how important it’s far to study the small print as in case you forget about the conditions

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Business & Entrepreneur-ship

A strong economy and thriving businesses are critical to a community and region’s
health and vitality. The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service provides
educational programs and resources to help businesses and entrepreneurs take advantage
of untapped market opportunities and enhance their competitive edge based on the latest
research findings and technology.

We also help community leaders who are interested in supporting entrepreneurial development
at the local level. Whether you are interested or involved in a food-based business,
government contracting, youth entrepreneurship, or something else, we may be able
to provide you with the assistance you need. Contact your county Extension Service
office to learn more.

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Small Business & Workplace COVID-19 Resources

Use our curated resources to find funding options and other assistance to help keep
your business afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Business Assistance

Starting, operating and growing a business is hard work. We can help.

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Home Business Entrepreneur as Entrepreneur: how to be successful




The Home Business Entrepreneur (HBE) does not usually hire employees. He or she prefer to work independently. However, they are often good at interpersonal interaction. Therefore, they understand and consider other people’s feelings, including those they have professional relationship with. The most suitable type of business for the HBE is a home-based business. In this business model, customers are either individual clients or other businesses. As a rule, the HBE likes to stick with established contacts rather than switching them often. To that end, he or she will try to maintain and develop their contacts.



The largest comfortable business magnitude for the Home Business Entrepreneur type: Small





Necessary Steps for Success in Your Business


As an HBE, self-motivation is essential for you. You are likely to doubt your venture’s success, and sometimes you might be intimidated

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Online Course: Business Law for Entrepreneurs

This course provides the important legal information you want as an entrepreneur and business owner. The course is ideal for helping you decide important factors to consider when leaving your current employer and taking the jump to your own business. We discuss the important components of business operational structures so you understand how to structure your business for legal and tax purposes. Next, we show you how to raise startup capital and venture capital if you need it. These concepts are complemented with the necessary legal protection you need to protect yourself as an employer as we cover employment law for hiring, and firing. Then we cover all of the taxation and liability insurance requirements you have for your business as well as the necessary pieces of contracts you will use in your business. After these foundational aspects we also cover valuating your company and selling your company when you

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Business Entreprenuer – Virtually Badges

1) DO THIS –> Watch this 3 minute video about Business Entrepreneur lingo and how to get started as a business entrepreneur.

Getting an idea for an entrepreneurial product or service-

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2) DO THIS –> 
a) Practice getting ideas for an new, entrepreneurial product or service by
brainstorming solutions to the following problems-
(either a new innovation, an improved innovation or a new/improved service).
b) Share your ideas with someone or click “share your work” in the navigation menu. 

1. Kids have a hard time staying warm at the bus stops in the winter because they don’t like to wear or store in their lockers a big coat.
A new or improved innovation to solve the problem could be…

2. Some elderly people have difficulty getting in and out of cars.
A new or improved innovation to solve the problem could be…

3. Criminals often know houses are empty all

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How To Start Your Own Business

Learn how to open your own business, and find programs to help military veterans and minorities get started.

Start a Business

Building your own business from the ground up is an exciting opportunity, but it can also be challenging.   

Follow the 10 steps from the Small Business Administration (SBA) to starting a business. You’ll learn about writing a business plan, determining the legal structure of your business, and more.

Avoid common mistakes and get advice from experienced small business owners who want to help. Local SBA partner organizations offer free access to mentors and trainers.

The following tips and checklists can help you with other important parts of the process.

Business Funding Options

Learn about a wide range of funding options to help start your business, such as government-guaranteed loans, grants, and other financial assistance.

Tax Requirements to Start a Business

It’s important for your business to comply with federal,

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