HIRE SMART: THE ART AND SCIENCE OF HIRING

HIRE SMART: THE ART AND SCIENCE OF HIRING

  • Posted by Cheryl Greenerl
  • On March 17, 2017
Hiring a good employee is not just about knowing the rules and preparing a comprehensive job description; there’s an art to it as well.  Hire the right person, you can rule the world.  Hire the wrong person, you can’t even sleep.  This interactive program will weave together the hows and whys of hiring with techniques […]
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SALON MARKETING & PR

  • Posted by Cheryl Greenerl
  • On March 17, 2017
The Art and Science of communicating with your target market and persuading them to buy from you is a complex mix of offline and online activity.  Reaching your customers becomes even more challenging when you add the psychological and sensual feats you must master in order to stay top-of-mind in crowded brain space. Come and […]
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HOW TO HIRE, MOTIVATE & DEVELOP A SALON TEAM – MORROW

  • Posted by Cheryl Greenerl
  • On March 17, 2017
It takes a team of people to facilitate a vision that is greater than you.  Get proven systems, practices, and tools for building your Dream Team and leading them to your vision for the future. You will learn: How to inspire your people with vision and help them do the work between “What Is” and […]
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Small Business in the Film and Entertainment Industry

  • Posted by Ashley Panter
  • On March 14, 2017
In the 2017 edition of the University of Georgia Small Business Development Center’s publication, “Small Business and Its Impact on Georgia,” the article below titled, “Spotlight Industries in Georgia: Film & Entertainment,” was featured. Georgia has benefited tremendously from the film and television industry. In the 2015 fiscal year, feature films and television productions in […]
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Three Reasons Why You Should Buy Your First Business

  • Posted by Clare Ursillo
  • On March 10, 2017
When most “first time entrepreneurs” think about having their own business – they quickly default to the position that they have to start a new business from scratch. They feel that they must create a completely new entity, of their own design, in order to satisfy their dream of business ownership. However, the truth is […]
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Doing Business with the Federal Government

  • Posted by Suzette Lay-Heard
  • On March 10, 2017
The University of Georgia Small Business Development Center, Office of Minority Business Development is sponsoring a seminar on How to do Business with the Federal Government.  Do you want to get your piece of the pie? Have you ever thought about doing business with the federal government? Did you know that the federal government is […]
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Change for the Better

  • Posted by Cheryl Greenerl
  • On March 8, 2017
by Judiffier Pearson, Business Consultant Big results in your company can come from small changes accumulated over time.  Read that previous statement again.  Now how can you LIVE that and make it an authentic, sustainable part of your company culture? Small changes can most definitely lead to big results… when done strategically. Kaizen is a […]
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Augusta Metro Chamber Third Thursday Business Builder

  • Posted by Rebecca Kruckow
  • On March 1, 2017
Small Business Ops:  Your Future Plan Click here for more information on topics covered at the next Third Thursday Business Builder presented by the Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce and State Bank.  Is your small business just getting started?  Is your small business “stuck” and in need of refreshing?  Is your small business ready to […]
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Business Longevity: The Best Report Card for Business

  • Posted by Helen Sutherland
  • On February 28, 2017
What determines business longevity? If we all answered “Profitability, what else?,” we can’t be faulted for what perhaps 90% of people will answer. Turns out, there’s more to it than the “bottom line.” More precisely, profitability is the logical result of having the right mindset and attitudes towards the business which have longevity, not profitability, […]
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Importance of Agriculture in Georgia

  • Posted by Ashley Panter
  • On February 28, 2017
The business of Agriculture has long been an important part of Georgia’s economy and will continue to be a driving force at the local, state, and national level. Georgia has the unique attribute of being home to a diverse array of food and fiber production and a rich assortment of the related economic sectors that make the entire system work. Together, these directly and indirectly related industries account for over $74.3 billion dollars in output contribution to Georgia’s $907.7 billion economy. This economic role also includes over 411,500 jobs for 2014.
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