In this week’s small business news roundup, we’ll discuss whether you need a CFO, how to regroup if you’ve been neglecting your business, top small business smarthphone apps, inexpensive ways to advertise, and choosing a host for your website.
First check out these small business news roundups from The New York Times and Portfolio.com. Stories include Goldman Sachs’ prediction regarding a recession, the role of immigrants as entrepreneurs in New York, whether Web startups are struggling with funding, and how the NBA lockout is hurting small businesses.
Now on to the rest:
- Small Business CFOs: Do You Need One: At the Huffington Post, Jane Popick discusses
the role of a CFO as well as those of other important personnel including bookkeeper, controller, and accounting manager to help small business owners decide whether a CFO is truly necessary.
- Does Your Small Business Suffer from Owner Neglect?: Carol Tice at Entrepreneur.com shares tips on how to turn around a business when problems have been left to “multiply.”
- Top Small Business Smartphone Apps: This article discusses six apps that small business owners may find helpful — and it’s not limited to just those compatible with Apple. Android and Blackberry apps are also included.
- 10 Inexpensive Ways to Advertise Your Small Business: Small Business Computing shares some advice on how you can drum up publicity for your business with a modest advertising budget.
- Picking a Host for Your Small Business Website (Infographic): The host for your website can make a big difference in your online presence; even if you currently have a website, you might consider whether the host you originally picked is still the best one for you. This infographic is particularly helpful in that it lays out the relevant info in an easy-to-understand way.
What’s new in your small business world this week?