Category: Expansion

Accounting

Top Tips for a Healthy Accounts Receivable

The accounts receivable (AR) department in any business can mean the difference between financial life and death. It may not seem that serious on the outset, but highly optimized AR departments can help any business improve their financial situation and make financial decisions with greater confidence; or, in contrast, an unsuccessful AR department can put you at risk of running in the red. The struggle with AR often lies in…

Branding

Raise Your Voice

How to get your brand noticed in a noisy world Did you know that your brand only has seven seconds to make a great first impression? Or that you’re 3.5 times more likely to create better brand awareness when you’re consistent with your branding? Great branding is critical to business success - and we’re not just talking about what your brand looks like, but also how your brand sounds. In…

SEO

Google Search Quality Evaluator Guidelines for Kansas City Websites

Google Wants To Rank You, Not Your Website! Because when given a choice, people prefer to buy from thought leaders and experts. But why should you care about Google anyway? Well, with an 87 percent share of the search engine market (Source: Statistica), Google is a monopoly. This year Google became one of the few companies in the world with a trillion-dollar market cap. Your favorite search engine gets over…

Wellness

The Secret to Creating Big Shifts in Wellbeing

Our young people deserve better. Overwhelmed, overstimulated and dangerously unhappy, some are white-knuckling their way through jam-packed schedules, online and offline social pressures, family problems, academic worries and financial instability. Others simply numb out. Unmanaged stress, isolation and obesity weaken the immune system and put us at greater risk for developing heart disease, chronic illness and debilitating pain. Because our current model of healthcare treats symptoms rather than addressing the…

Wealth Management

Uncle Sam’s Big Show

Time to get ready for April 15. Imagine, for a moment, that a small business owner sits at the head of a long dinner table. Seated around the table are all the people who receive money from the business owner: Uncle Sam for taxes, employees for wages, vendors, family members, charities, state and local governments, and the list goes on. And, while it’s important for all to get their fair…