Things To Do In 2018 As A Small Business Owner

Now that we’ve reached the second week of the year, we thought we’d discuss a few things all small businesses should look into in 2018. These aren’t resolutions or goals, but rather some friendly business tips to ensure 2018 is a successful year for you and your company.

Best New Year’s Resolutions for Small Business Owners

Now that we’ve discussed the why of New Year’s Resolutions, we thought it might be worth exploring a few commonly suggested resolutions for small business owners. Feel free to utilize these for inspiration, or in a literal sense, whatever your company could use improvement on. In no particular order, our suggestions are as follows: 

Why Do Small Business Owners Need New Year’s Resolutions?

It’s believed that the tradition of New Year’s resolutions date back to 153 B.C. via the God, Janus, who represented the month of January. Janus was said to have two faces, with each face figuratively looking towards the future, and one towards the past (and, if you gifted Janus, he might just forgive your wrongdoings […]

5 Substitutes for the Traditional Office Party

Rest easy. One of the perks of small business ownership is being able to skirt the traditional office party setting with all its high pressures and forced socializing with that oddball Bob from the fifth floor sales department. Still, it’s nice to celebrate and be sure you show employees or associates that you appreciate them […]

Breakfast for Entrepreneurs on the Go!

We hear it all the time to the point that we’re tired of hearing about it: breakfast is the most important meal of the day, gives you fuel for your fire to tackle anything, contributes to weight-loss by boosting metabolism, creates world peace, etc. etc. That’s all well and fine, but how can you reliably […]

Co-Working Still Exploding in Denver

What many considered just a fad has no end in sight for momentum. Denver continues to be a booming capital of co-working spaces. There has been a 62% increase in this new-age real estate just within the last nine months. Real estate experts are taking full notice of the co-working activity in the Denver/Boulder area, as […]

Password Management for Small Businesses

We all know the struggle. With so many accounts these days, it’s currently projected that the average Internet user will have over 200 passwords to remember by 2020! And as we know, small business owners are more than likely above average with that many more programs and potential employees to be responsible for. So what’s […]

6 Ways to Save on Office Supplies

Whether your small business has just one or 499 employees (anything less than 500 still qualifies), office supplies are more than likely going to be necessary. Printing materials are more than commonly used, as are postage. Both of these things quickly becoming inconvenient and time consuming when not readily available. In hopes of saving our […]

Benefits of Working Outdoors

Now that the school year has started and we’re well into the month of September, being outside is starting to become more pleasant than ever.  Fall is one of the most treasured seasons of Denverites when the temperatures start to lower, the leaves start to change, but it’s still warm enough to enjoy the 300 […]

The Parent Entrepreneur

For many entrepreneurs, one of the strongest motivations to be a small business owner is the increased availability it can provide when it comes to spending time with family, particularly children younger than school age.  Small business owners are typically able to work from home much of the time and can avoid paying expensive childcare […]