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Good practices for sound supplier management

Even with a brilliant idea, seasoned managers, talented employees and a revolutionary concept, without suppliers a company is like a dream car with no gas in its tank—worthy of interest but unable to reach its full potential.

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Good accounts receivable management practices

Accounts receivable management is a key part of managing any business. Neglecting this aspect can lead to a cash crunch, which in turn can have serious consequences.

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Is your business prepared to deal with an emergency?

No business is immune to disasters and their consequences, some of which can even threaten the company’s survival. Even worse, they could endanger the health and lives of employees. Fortunately, you can prepare for the unexpected with a solid emergency plan.

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Civil liability: Preventive measures to avoid lawsuits

Your business is liable for any property damage or physical or emotional injury it may cause to third parties. Adopting preventive measures can help you avoid being held responsible for bodily injuries and sued for civil liability.

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Improve your entrepreneurial savvy through mentorship

Entrepreneurial savvy is not something you learn at school. It’s partly innate and partly acquired throughout your business life. Mentorship will help you improve your entrepreneurial savvy and increase your chances of business success.

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Planning your business's growth

There are many reasons why you may want to grow your business: to fulfill your professional goals, increase the value of your business, keep pace with the market or just reach a critical mass. By planning your business's growth, you'll have better control over it and meet your objectives.

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Managing unexpected growth

Define your vision right away—it will guide your business through a 2-stage growth process of selling and structuring. After making sales and meeting your objectives, you'll need to take time out to think about how to structure your business.

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