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Keep Clients Happy After You Buy
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Keeping Clients Happy After You Buy

Posted February 14, 2012 by Alyse Hart

Once you’ve acquired a new business or practice, here are four ways to keep the customers satisfied. Buying a business is a huge commitment, and before the ink dries on the contract, it’s easy to focus on the upside—the promise and possibility of a strong return on your investment as well as the retention of […]

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Are Your Employees Blogging You Into Bankruptcy?
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Human Resources

Are Employees Blogging You Into Bankruptcy?

Posted February 11, 2012 by Karen Gabler

An employer’s biggest productivity concern used to be whether employees were taking personal calls or playing solitaire on the computer. Social media has added a new demand for employer protection from cyber activities. Today, technology is growing by the nanosecond, far too quickly for employers to keep up. Long-standing privacy considerations are at near-constant tension […]

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Selling A Business In A Tight Economy
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Selling A Business In A Tight Economy

Posted February 10, 2012 by Matt Coletta

When a business has consistent revenue, profits and value, what options does a seller have? Here are key factors for selling a business. Buyers are more educated than ever these days, and they are not taking risks. The current marketplace is such that there is a healthy pool of buyers with impressive backgrounds and liquid […]

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