Welcome to this week’s small business news weekly roundup!
In this week’s roundup, we’ll discuss whether you’re insured for growth, how you can prepare your small biz for disasters such as terrorist attacks, how you can streamline your business, how you can boost employee morale, and how you can help your business “go green.”
First, here is another great roundup:
- This Week in Small Business: Free Lunch?: The New York Times shares links to articles on everything small biz owners need to know about the president’s budget, tech companies that offer free lunches drawing the attention of the IRS, why your least engaged employees may be your top performers, what your business can learn from the NCAA tournament, and much more.
And now, the rest!
- Are You Insured for Growth?: Time discusses the importance of making sure your insurance coverage keeps pace with your business needs and how you can do so.
- What You Can Do, in the Face of Boston Bombings: Inc. offers practical advice on how your small business can be prepared for disasters, including terrorist acts.
- 4 Ways to Streamline Your Small Business Today: Forbes discusses how to make your business more efficient while reducing costs, maximizing resources, and increasing customer satisfaction.
- 5 Ways to Boost Employee Morale in Your Small Business: Great advice on how you can keep your employees happy to ensure optimal productivity.
- 4 Simple Ways to Help Your Small Business Go Green Today: Greener Ideal offers ideas on how you can “go green” and in the process benefit your business, reduce your carbon footprint, and even attract a new target market.
What’s new in your small business world this week?