Every new year ushers in new ideas, new resolutions and new trends. Paying attention to the emerging ideas can be key for business success. Staying on top of predicted trends and shifts can help small business owners stay ahead and take advantage of opportunities to grow. For 2019, here are some national and local trends
November and December are some of the busiest months for small business owners. With the holiday shopping season in full swing, it can be easy to get caught up in managing the day-to-day sales and operations. But taking the time to thoughtfully wrap up the year can have a major positive impact on next year.
When I first met Bill West, it was at a Made in Nevada event in an echoey yellow spanish building. This was a collective effort between the entrepreneurs in the community, the people in our office, and Reno Municipal Rose Garden Park. I was still really new to the Small Business Development Center at the time,
There is truly something magical about the Hub Coffee. Just being in the shop, I could always tell that there was something amazing about this place. A UPS truck playing his music loudly, people speaking of stocks next to a kid being interviewed for his dream job. If you were to walk into something like
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