For any tech startup, one of the primary goals is to reach profitability and sustainability as a business. Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) companies are no exception to this goal. While early stage SaaS businesses are often more focused on top line growth and capturing market share, at some point the
It's no secret that the tech industry gets some very large tax breaks, especially for startups and small businesses. However, some feel that the current 100% write off is too generous, and needs to be rolled back in order to fund other parts of the upcoming $3.5 trillion spending bill. As a way to
Big tech firms have proved over and over again that technology is a worthy investment. Year in, year out, they continue to make news with billion-dollar revenue records. Among the areas they have ventured into include e-commerce, social media, hardware, online search, entertainment and app
Many small business owners can get lost on where to cut costs with their startup. They know they need current tech and equipment to compete with larger companies and get bogged down in indecision with what's necessary versus what's an investment versus what's genuinely hurting your cashflow.
Small businesses strive to build compensation packages and fringe benefits to attract top talent while hiring. This package is vital, especially when competing side by side with heavyweight business leaders. But these businesses operate on tight budgets, unlike big organizations with incredible
Sweat equity is a person's or company's commitment to a business venture or other enterprise. Sweat equity is typically non-monetary and takes the form of manual labor, emotional commitment, and time. Sweat equity is popular in real estate and manufacturing, as well as in the corporate sector,