Survive Strive Thrive, Inc
aka SST, Inc
The Business Blog
|Posted on May 7, 2021 at 11:00 AM||comments (33)|
Small businesses took the biggest hit during the Pandemic. The small business is the foundation of the large corporate businesses. From wifi service, website developers, email marketing to shipping services and printing services we are a huge piece of the pie.
|Posted on September 17, 2013 at 12:08 AM||comments (335)|
The main concerns with brick and mortar used to be location, location, location. However, with the advent of internet; it has a new obstacle. Even the largest much needed brick and mortars are closing because of overhead. (Post Office, Department stores and so on). Then on the other hand a the internet can be a benefit to the brick and mortar. If people can feel they trust you via physical contact at your brick and mortar, they are more apt to feel safe going to your website and doing business. And they will appreciate the convenience. The main concern in an internet only business is 'CAN I TRUST THIS SITE'...big names like department stores, HSN, Pro Flowers, have no problem because they have an established reputation. But for the small new comer to the internet, internet only is going to be a challenge.
|Posted on July 27, 2013 at 12:10 AM||comments (193)|
Any idea can be turned into an entrepreneurial venture. In today's world being an entrepreneur is almost a necessity. Whether employed or not, it is always good to have something of your own brewing and bringing in money.
There are two good avenues to start with. One, pinpointing a need that can be turned into cash. Two, identifying a hobby that you enjoy and finding a way to turn it into cash. Bottomline, whether its a need or a hobby, make sure you enjoy what you are doing. This makes making money all the more easier.
Come back for our next blog on how to take selling waters, to mowing lawns to planning parties to the next level and make money.
Although you may start a venture as a hobby or a little money on the side. It is always wise to have a professional edge to your venture. By this I mean, write down everything you spend and everything you make. Get flyers made up to advertise yourself. Always value each and every sale. And treat each customer no matter how small with respect.r
Your first step is to get a business license from your local City Hall. The next step is to evaluate your product so that you can figure out the best marketing scheme. Is your product a necessity, a luxury, or a temporary fad. Stay tuned as we elaborate on different marketing strategies.