Archive for July, 2016

Tips to Creating a Trade Show Booth That Makes Everyone Take Notice

Written by Small Business Tips. Posted in Interactive exhibit design, Interactive trade show, Trade show graphic design

Exhibit rentals

Trade shows can be great for increasing your organization’s visibility and awareness of your brand and work. In the United States, the typical company spends about 32% of its marketing budget on exhibits and events. They spend more than $24 billion every year on trade show displays. The problem is that at least 70% do not set specific objectives for their trade show booths and exhibits. Here are some tips to make your trade show exhibit design stand out and have the impact you want it to have.

  • Unique booths are memorable. Trade show booths are seen by a lot of your peer organizations and others who are important in your industry. They also require a large investment of your time and money. If you are going to go through all of that, you will want your trade show exhibit design

6 Tips to Help You Protect Your Small Business with a New Security System

Written by Small Business Tips. Posted in Intrusion detection systems, Safer work environment for employees, Security cameras

Integrated security systems

Security and video surveillance systems prevent crime. By some estimates, burglaries are reduced by about 67% when there is a video surveillance systems are present. About 83% of burglars say they try to find out if a business has an alarm system before they attempt to break in. Half of all intruders admit that they would stop a burglary that was going on if they discovered an alarm. The take home message should be clear, if you do not have an alarm services and security system company protecting your small business, you should.

6 Tips for Picking the Small Business Security and Alarm System:

  1. How big is your business? This makes a difference in the type of alarm services and security system you end up going with. If you do not own the space,

Develop an Effective Health and Safety Protocol with These Tips

Written by Small Business Tips. Posted in Compliance software, Ehs app, Loto software

Streamline functional risk management

Safety in the workplace is very important but can be elusive. In 2014, 4,386 people died at work in private industries. Of those deaths, 20.5% or 899 were in construction. According to estimates from the Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses (SOII) conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were almost three million nonfatal workplace injuries in 2014. They occurred at a rate of 3.2 cases per 100 equivalent full time workers. Most workers are concerned about their safety at work. Occupational health software can be helpful but it has to part of a bigger campaign to keep workers healthy and safe.

Make Your Employees See How Health and Safety Policy Applies to Them

Three-quarters of workers admit that it is important to them that they feel safe and secu

Judgement Call When to Seek a Professional For Driveway Repairs

Written by Small Business Tips. Posted in Concrete driveway, Concrete repair minneapolis

Concrete

When it comes to driveway repair, waiting is not an option. Waiting too long to address a problem can result in the problem itself getting bigger and causing further issues. More importantly, if not taken care of in a timely manner, homeowners can end up paying more than expected on repairing their asphalt driveway.

If saving money is your concern, there are some things that can be done without hiring a contractor. In some cases, however, a professional is necessary to get the job done, and in the correct way. To help you understand what jobs you can do and when to start pricing for contractors, here is what you need to know.

Small DIY Driveway Repairs
Cracks and holes in certain areas of your

How a Management System Can Help Your Child Care Center

Written by Small Business Tips. Posted in Childcare management system, Daycare computer software, Daycare enrollment application

Daycare software programs

With more and more adults working today, the need for childcare has increased. More households have two working parents and they require child care services. Child care arrangements might include at home babysitting services, in home day care services, agency day care or after school programs, depending on the child?s age. A parent will often use a childcare program for many years, once they find one they are comfortable and content with. A successful childcare program must provide this level of comfort and care for its customers children in order to keep children enrolled and more parents choosing them for the care of their children.

Fewer than one in three children have a full time, stay at home parent. The times are changing, and Continue Reading

Put That Fire Out Fast When You Install Effective Sprinkler Systems

Written by Small Business Tips. Posted in Fire alarm systems ft. lauderdale, Fire sprinkler inspections orlando, Fire sprinkler system

Fire alarm testing ft. lauderdale

Commercial buildings and their owners have to be prepared for all kind of disasters, whether they’re natural (fire or water) or human-generated. There are also many laws that also govern fire safety and require property managers and commercial business owners to have certain systems already in place, in case of emergency. Fires can wreak havoc and be a costly disaster — hotel and motel fires alone are responsible for over $75 million in property damage every year. Luckily, fire sprinkler installation is one of the systems required by many commercial buildings for safety, with excellent results. With other fire safety devices installed in the building, an appropriate fire evacuation plan, and knowledgeable employees, buildings can avoid major loss of life and possibly even minimize the proper

What is Class Arbitration?

Written by Small Business Tips. Posted in Bankruptcy case, Bankruptcy substantive, Judge joel pisano

Federal estate tax law

Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution. In this method, the disputing parties give a non-biased third party arbitrator the power to make a decision. Unlike mediation, the arbitrator?s decision is binding as if in a court of law.

What is class arbitration?
Class arbitration occurs when a number of plaintiffs come together to file a complaint against an entity. The most common examples of this occur in product

Digital Printing Technology Gives Everyone the Ability to Have Professional Quality Printing

Written by Small Business Tips. Posted in Business cards nyc, Custom made banners nyc, Restaurant menu printing nyc

Custom window decals

Digital printing technology has come a long way since the days of the dot matrix printers that churned out about a page a minute. Nowadays, digital printers do everything from printing full-color pages to printing and folding brochures.

Though digital printing technology is everywhere, including in private homes, largely due to the cost coming down so much over the years, it gets its real use in the marketing industry. Though more and more marketing is moving to digital, there still is significant marketing that takes place on paper. For example, in 2014, companies in the U.S. spent about $44.5 billion on direct mail marketing.

Even though digital marketing

Grow Your Veterinary Practice with a Direct Mail Campaitn

Written by Small Business Tips. Posted in Appointment reminder postcards, Personalized sympathy cards

Reminder cards

You have a new veterinary practice and you want to get it off the ground. You know that Americans love their pets. In the United States the veterinary care industry has been valued at an estimated $14.37 billion. There are at least 88.3 million pet cats and 74.8 million pet dogs around the country. They all need vet care. The problem is that their owners are forgetful. Most people are. Nearly 40% of all people in the United States admit that during the past week they forgot one basic piece of information or lost something every day. This is why veterinary reminder cards are so important. Before you worry that a direct mail campaign may be too much work or