Archive for January 17, 2017

Do You Need to Replace the Driveway at Your House?

Written by Small Business Magazine on January 17th, 2017. Posted in Asphalt driveway repair, Asphalt repair mn, Driveway repair mn


The driveway contractor had some very specific directions about caring for the new driveway he installed in the fall. At the top of the list was the directive that under absolutely no circumstances should you ever use a commercial ice melt product on the new surface. In fact, the driveway contractor explained that any warranty would be void if you used these harmful products. In addition, he assured you that there was no way to disguise the kind of damage that would occur if you used these harmful products. The resulting damage was too easy to identify.
Your husband, for his part, did not argue with the conditions of the driveway contractor. In fact, your husband pointed out, you had a south facing driveway and it was a rare occurrence when ice was really a problem at your house. When your driveway was too full of

Legal Cannabis A Growing Industry

Written by Small Business Magazine on January 17th, 2017. Posted in Cannabis business license application, Cannabis grow consulting, Growing marijuana

Cannabis growing consulting

Cannabis business license regulations will vary from city-to-city and state-to-state. This is one of the main reasons why it’s essential to contact your local, county, and state government offices in order to determine the specific regulations and what, if any, restrictions, may apply.

In general, the specific type of business will determine which license is required. Whether you are panning to offer a product, a service, or a combination of both may make a difference in the type of license required.

These businesses may include, but are not limited to, the following types:

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Everyone Can Contribute to the Ideal Customer Experience

Written by Small Business Magazine on January 17th, 2017. Posted in Customer experience, Customer satisfaction, Experience


Everyone has been a customer at some point. We all know what it is like to expect a certain level of service, especially in regards to the hard-earned money that is being spent on the goods and services of any given business. And in fact the strategy of most companies is to provide customer satisfaction by catering to the expressed needs and desires of those customers, both new and returning alike.

But what many people do not consider about the ideal customer experience is the work that goes into providing it. Not everyone has been on the other side of the exchange. And though it should be common sense to treat everyone you encounter with the respect that every fellow human being deserves, it seems that not ev