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Prof. Deepak Malhotra offers 15 pieces of negotiation advice, followed by Q&A, in an informal session for students at the Harvard Business School. Deepak Mal…
Business Credit Radio and CCMA Discusses Up The Mood Elevator by Mr. Larry Senn with Guest Speaker Mr. Kevin Simonton, Senior Associate at CCMA Mid-South
POPLAR GROVE ILLINOIS (PRWEB) April 24, 2013
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is indeed honored to have Mr. Kevin Simonton as our guest speaker. Mr. Simonton is currently the Senior Associate of Commercial Credit Management Associates LLC Mid-Central office in Memphis Tennessee.
Kevin is a nationally recognized credit manager with over 20 years commercial domestic and international credit and collections management experience for Fortune 300 companies and private ownerships. He has management experience in pharmaceutical, wood and paper, metal, HVAC, food, retail, apparel and printing products manufacturing industries that included managing teams up to 20 employees and portfolios up to $ 1B in yearly sales. He has been recognized by three different national credit organizations for his knowledge, experience and leadership in the field of credit. His above average success is attributed to his excellent customer service and team building skills. Kevin has experience in setting up common sense, best practice procedures and policies to successfully manage those companies.
CCMA (Commercial Credit Management Associates) is a service provider to the B2B credit management profession and to businesses nationwide. CCMAs association of world class credit management professionals provides contract service consulting, Credit Boot Camp educational/training workshops for the unemployed, and delivers the only LIVE ON THE AIR Radio show, BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO , dedicated to the credit management profession. BCR is THE VOICE OF CREDIT MANAGEMENT brought to you by CMA , a proud Affiliate of NACM that has helped business-to-business companies with their credit, collection, and financial decisions since 1883. Contact CMA for more details on how CMA can benefit you.
Business Credit Radio and CCMA Discusses Discovering CFORIA Software with Guest Speaker Mr. Chris Caparon, COO of CFORIA Software
POPLAR GROVE ILLINOIS (PRWEB) April 27, 2013
Business Credit Radio is indeed honored to have Mr. Chris Caparon as guest speaker. Mr. Caparon is the Chief Operating Officer of CFORIA Software.
Chris role consists of delivering world class software products and services to customers around the world. Cforia’s Order to Cash automation platform integrates all of the disparate tools currently used by financial professionals in managing accounts receivable, orders and billing.
Cforia Software is dedicated to improving the cash flow and profitability of todays enterprises. Accounts receivable is one of the largest assets on a balance sheet. Cforia’s products deliver new collaboration and automation tools that streamlines the credit, collections and deductions business processes. Their customers see immediate improvements in DSO, bad debt, departmental efficiencies, and deductions processing. Cforias customers include: Genuine Parts, Textron, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Seiko Watch, Trek Bike, Fiskars, Citizen Watch, Ashley Furniture and many more. Cforia Software: Migrating companies order to cash process from people and paper to online technologies. Since founding Cforia, the company has acquired over 180 accounts world-wide and is managing $ 190 Billion in FY 2012.
CFORIA Software is a proud sponsor of NACM’s 117th Credit Congress & Exposition in Las Vegas Nevada at the RIO Hotel May 19-22.
CCMA (Commercial Credit Management Associates) is a service provider to the B2B credit management profession and to businesses nationwide. CCMAs association of world class credit management professionals provides contract service consulting, Credit Boot Camp educational/training workshops for the unemployed, and delivers the only LIVE ON THE AIR Radio show, Business Credit Radio, dedicated to the credit management profession. BCR is THE VOICE OF CREDIT MANAGEMENT brought to you by CMA , a proud Affiliate of NACM that has helped business-to-business companies with their credit, collection, and financial decisions since 1883. Contact CMA for more details on how CMA can benefit you.
(PRWEB) February 16, 2004
Businesses of all sizes have found that outsourcing employment solutions saves considerably, according to recent survey of successful business owners. Large enterprises recognize the value of outsourcing employment solutions such as recruiting, temporary staffing, payroll, and call centers. This has made its way to medium to small business owners that have seen significant costs and time savings. Outsourcing payroll has proven a big winner, revealed some smaller business owners, while temporary staffing saves bottom line dollars.
Firms like HiTech Ventures (http://www.hitechventures.com) have been offering employment solutions nationwide for years, and when businesses call upon them to outsource, they find themselves no longer having to worry about time consuming tasks such as Tax Withholding, Social Security, Workers Compensation, and Unemployment.
Legitimate club owners are also finding outsourcing employment saves incredible money and time. Were able to offer a regular paycheck, and burdens of record keeping no longer exist. Our employees now have health and insurance benefits. – Club owner. With HiTech Ventures managing the entire payroll, benefits, and insurance process, club owners and employees benefit greatly, recent survey revealed.
Call Center Outsourcing has made its way to the small and medium business owner. Some top web hosting companies are also making use of employment outsourcing, like two Atlanta based web hosting giants, who have made use of services from companies like HiTech Ventures to cut the costs of call centers, and Try-Before-You-Hire employees, but Call Center Outsourcing is no longer limited to giant companies. It is now a solution that any business owner can afford. Some recent business owners are using Call Center Outsourcing to simply take orders for their product and service via a nationwide 800 number. The neatest benefit is that the Call Center uses my existing web page, I dont have to change anything, and the service only cost a few dollars a month Flower Shop owner. Small to medium size medical & dental offices are outsourcing call centers to take appointments 24 hours a day, theres even a dispatch option for emergency response.
Theres no longer a need for small to medium size businesses to continue to have the headache and expense of paperwork, recruitment, and having limited to no employee benefit plans. With employment outsourcing, these businesses can attract the talent they need to be successful while saving money at the same time.
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AAA: Oil prices rise on U.S. jobless claims report
Orlando Business Journal
While the nation's average price for a gallon of gas fell 2 cents to $ 3.50, government reports showing U.S. jobless claims rising less than forecast drove oil prices up to nearly $ 95 a barrel, AAA reports. However, they quickly deflated after the …
Jobless claims blamed for spike in oil prices, Ga. gas prices up
German Jobless Claims Up 4000 in April
German jobless claims rose by more than expected in April, leaving over 3 million people out of a job, as Europe's largest economy struggles to recover from a weak fourth quarter. German labor data adjusted for seasonal fluctuations shows the number of …
German jobless claims rise by 4000 in April
Jobless Claims Dip To Near Five-Year Low
There were 339,000 first-time claims for unemployment insurance last week, down 16,000 from the week before, the Employment and Training Administration says. The drop brought claims down to around their lowest level since early 2008, when the latest …
Does helping small business help create more consumer spending will it then help big business since consumers?
Question by : Does helping small business help create more consumer spending will it then help big business since consumers?
Does helping small business help create more consumer spending will it then help big business since consumers who work at small businesses spend money at large businesses will that help that does anyone have any links saying this thank you ?
Answer by RJC
* Every free economic transaction creates wealth. Me buying a candy bar from you makes us both richer, since we both have things we value more. “Wealth” and “value” are not the same as money, or even necessarily the same as purchasing power.
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San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 05, 2012
More and more people are turning to online business systems to help them to overcome the difficult economic situation which has resulted in millions of people losing their jobs. For most of these people, searching for conventional employment has not yielded any results, and thus the millions of online business systems available on the internet provide an attractive alternative.
With approximately 12.5 million people being unemployed in the United States alone, the need for alternate ways to generate an income and support a family is becoming more important than ever. While there are still those who are diligently searching for employment opportunities, surveys state that there are also about 844,000 discouraged workers or workers who believe there simply are no jobs available anymore. While this might be true in the conventional business world, it is not the case online.
Online business systems offer many benefits for those who are willing to put in some work. They not only allow individuals and families to make an income in the difficult financial climate, but they also give the online business person the benefit of being their own boss. They will no longer need to depend on others for their monthly sustenance and they cannot get fired; the onus will be on them alone. There is also no limit to how much income they can generate; it will all depend on how effective their business methods are and how much they invest in the business.
Of course, there are also downsides to online business systems. People will be their own bosses; however they will not be able to rely on a fixed monthly income. There is no limit to how much they can earn, but there will also be no floor to how much they could fail to make, or even lose. These are the risks of online business systems. It also takes a long time for most online businesses to really take off and start generating revenue; in most cases this will take at least a few months. Because of this, many online hopefuls give up their business ventures, because they do not see immediate results. This accounts for the low success rate of online businesses, with many people estimating that as little as 2% of people actually have successful online business.
However, those who do stick it out, do their research and invest the same amount of time and effort into their online business as they would with a conventional business, are able to enjoy a sizable income, which in many cases continues to roll in even after the entrepreneur relaxes their efforts. Searching out high quality training opportunities can also greatly increase their chances of success. A full online business systems review offers more information about this opportunity.
New Year … New Business? When New Years Resolutions Include Finding Job Satisfaction, Flexibility and Purpose, Jolica is the Answer
Fonthill, ON (PRWEB) January 10, 2013
Through the sale of beautiful, handcrafted jewelry, scarves and handbags, Jolica’s independent gift consultants are able to earn an income and work on a flexible schedule, while supporting artisans in developing countries and providing treatment for children born with club foot and education for young adults.
Jolica’s gift consultants are enthusiastic about their work. “I love this company,” said Amanda Magnusson of Saskatchewan. “I feel like I’m making a difference. Each time I share Jolica I am helping an artisan in a developing country make a living. No other home based business does that.”
Jolica’s comprehensive training and fair compensation package, combined with its numerous ground floor opportunities and ethical business model make this an especially appealing company for people with an entrepreneurial spirit who love jewelry, enjoy working with people, and who want their business to focus on people as well as profits.
Gift consultants sell at home parties, fundraiser events and trade shows, all excellent venues for relaxed shopping, building product excitement, telling stories and forming relationships.
Fair Trade means Jolica’s artisans are paid fairly, and are treated with dignity and respect. Five percent of all sales go to the Jolica Foundation, providing medical treatment for children in the Congo born with club foot, and business training to unemployed young adults in Morocco.
Anyone interested in learning more about Jolica’s business opportunities should go to https://www.jolica.com/startyourbusiness.
Jolica is a member of the Fair Trade Federation. (FTF), the Direct Selling Women’s Alliance (DSWA), and the Direct Sales Association Canada (DSA Canada).
Founded in 2005 by Darlene and Ted Loewen, Jolica is a privately owned direct sales company based in Fonthill, ON.
Jolica sells handcrafted jewelry, scarves and leather products through independent Gift Consultants across Canada and the US.
Jolicas accessories are created by artisans in Chile, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Peru and Thailand, and are purchased according to the principles of Fair Trade to ensure maximum benefit to the artisans.
Five percent of all sales go to the Jolica Foundation.
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Spring Hill, TN (PRWEB) April 04, 2013
Robert Weil, a business owner in the Nashville area, thinks that businesses in the United States could be thriving, but two basic accounting rules keep this from happening. Having seen the effects of these two rules in his own businesses, Weil is now on a crusade to change the way business tax accounting is done.
He has been to Washington and met his local Congressman, but now he has taken his arguments to the Web for the whole world to see at http://www.SaveAmericanBusiness.org .
As Weil puts it, American businesses are suffering. Unemployment is high, with no relief in sight. Manufacturing has all but left these shores. And all of this is unnecessary.
There are many reasons for the economic doldrums here in America. We have the highest corporate tax rate in the world, nearly double that of the United Kingdom. We have enough regulations to bind any business into an immobile knot. Business leaders are paralyzed by continual indecision in Washington, never knowing how to plan for the future. All of these are systemic problems that must be addressed over time through the painfully slow political process.
However, if we can start with changing two simple accounting rules, American business could once again be leading the world, unemployment would no longer be a problem, and manufacturing might actually begin to come back home.
Is this some accounting trick, just moving numbers around to make the balance sheet look better? No. Its a fundamental separation of tax accounting from financial
accounting, entailing the elimination of Depreciation and Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) from tax accounting. Those two components of existing tax accounting do more than anything else in the tax code to drive businesses out of business and they never should have been a part of tax accounting to begin with.
The Save American Business website goes on to talk about the history of taxation in America, where the rules came from, spreadsheet examples, and some very common sense solutions to provide relief to companies while increasing revenue in Washington.
About Bob Weil, founder of SaveAmericanBusiness.com:
At the beginning of 1995, Bob Weil and his wife Julie started Visual Sound in their apartment. Since then, Visual Sound has become known as one of the premier guitar effects and power supply manufacturers in the world. The motto, Real Tone for Real People, perfectly articulates this Tennessee companys philosophy. My goal has always been to make the best products money can buy at a price the average musician can afford, says Weil. Bob has used his own experience as a small-business owner to shape the thoughts and ideas for Save American Business.