How Parents with Disabilities Can Realize Their Business Dreams
Parenting is hard enough without having to worry about starting a small business. But for parents with disabilities, the challenges can seem insurmountable. However, with careful planning and execution, it is possible to get your small business up and running — and thrive! Here's what the Garner Chamber of Commerce wants you to know.Your Business Must Fill a Need The first step is to come up with a business idea that leverages your strengths and meets a need in the market. If you're not sure where to
How Small Business Owners Can Make Preparations for the Busy Holiday Season
Many businesses rely on the holiday rush to make up for slower sales periods earlier in the year. That's why it's so important to have a plan in place to make the most of the holiday season. Fortunately, there are a number of things small businesses can do to prepare for the holidays. From decorating your storefront to updating your marketing approach, there are plenty of ways to get ready for the busiest time of the year. In this blog post from the Garner Chamber of Commerce, we'll take a look at some of
Using Contracts in Your New Garner, NC Business
Gone are the days when you could rely on handshakes to make business deals. Sure, specific deals and commitments can still be handled that way, but the overwhelming majority of agreements in the business world are now written down and signed. Learning how to create and manage business contracts is one of the most crucial skills you can learn for your company. No matter how hard you work to come to an agreement, and no matter how good the intentions of both parties, things can go
When Is it Time to Turn Your Back on a Deal?
Many people feel walking away from a negotiation is like losing a battle. However, harboring this kind of attitude is neither helpful nor accurate. Negotiations are discussions that aim to reach an agreement between two or more parties. The agreement should offer a better situation for all parties than they're currently in. If an agreement can't offer any improvement from the current situation, it may be better to walk away.Knowing When It's Time to Walk Not walking away from an unfavorable negotiation