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Will the Restaurant Industry Make it Past the Coronavirus?

Published: April/6/2020

Courtesy of Restaurant Failure Rate Studyrestaurantowner.com Well, with the continuation of Small-Midsize Businesses (SMB) shut down and no revenue coming in, a merchant is beginning to ask the question, will […]

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America is The Riches, and innovative Country in The World!

Published: March/31/2020

With the lockdown on restaurants, churches, and other small businesses has devastated the global economy. Now the first of the month rents are due, auto, credit cards, and mortgages, so […]

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Is remote working a process of the future?

Published: March/24/2020

Courtesy of talentlms.com Will the work from home phenomenon be a work process of the future? However, for the savvy entrepreneur, this could read, opportunity. With the advent of the […]

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Entrepreneurship

Published: March/16/2020

Courtesy of Phys.org Chaos or Opportunity? With the global spread of the COVID-19 virus, the entire nation is on lockdown. Restaurants, bars, schools, the NBA, and other sports shut down […]

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Common Reasons to Improve Survival of a Small Business

Published: March/9/2020

Courtesy of slideshare.net The Data on New Businesses Within Five years Annette B. Haag’s (2013) study argues that some 600,000 new businesses start each year in America, and some 200,000 […]

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Capital for Small Businesses

Published: March/2/2020

Courtesy of successdigesdigestonline The lack of capital can be Fatal to Small Businesses! We all know that running a small business is not for the faint of heart; I know […]

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Why do Businesses Fail? Part X

Published: February/26/2020

It’s All About Sales & Marketing, And Watching Expenses! Thus, this is the end of a ten-part series on “Why do Businesses Fail.” If you have been following the series, […]

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Why do Businesses Fail? Part IX

Published: February/17/2020

Being an entrepreneur is a continuous investment into one’s business; it never stops. With that said, there must be some systematic investment methodology, a vehicle that the entrepreneur must follow […]

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Why do Businesses Fail? Part VIII

Published: February/10/2020

The Failing of Closely-Held Family Businesses Being an entrepreneur for over forty years (1978-2020), one sees many things not only in their own family business but in others as well. […]

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Why do Businesses Fail? Part VII

Published: February/3/2020

My name is Donald E. Mitchell, D.B.A., M.B.A., B.B.A., and I am an entrepreneur. Today’s blog is a continuation of a 10 part series on “Why do Business Fail?” As […]

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Why do Businesses Fail? Part VI

Published: January/29/2020

My name is Donald E. Mitchell, and I am an entrepreneur. I have a Doctorate of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship and Business Management, and an MBA-Marketing and Bachelors in Marketing […]

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Why do businesses Fail? Part V

Published: January/20/2020

Today’s blog is a continuation of a 10 part series of “Why Do Businesses Fail?”. This week we shall continue with Sales & Marketing, which is the central focus of […]

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Why do Businesses Fail? Part IV

Published: January/13/2020

Today’s blog is part IV of a 10 part series of “Why Do Businesses Fail?”. This week we shall look at one element that is essential in the financial of […]

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Why do Businesses Fail? Part III

Published: January/6/2020

Today’s blog is part III of a 10 part series of “Why Do Businesses Fail?” Parsa, Nijite, Self, Njite, and King (2005) did a research paper on “Why Restaurants Fail.” […]

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Why Do Businesses Fail? Part II

Published: January/6/2020

Courtesy of Fusephase.com This blog is part II of “Why Do Businesses Fail?” When Annette B. Haag, on January 1, 2013, had published “Writing a Successful Business Plan.”, some 20-years […]

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Why do Businesses Fail?

Published: December/23/2019

Thus, this is the first of a ten-part series. The writer had written his dissertation (the writer has a Doctorate of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship and Business Management from California […]

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Small Business Financing after the 2008 financial Crisis

Published: December/16/2019

Firstly, we want to stay uniform in the meaning of what a small business is, and this is from the Small Business Administration (SBA) definition, under 500 employees, and doing […]

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Happy Holiday’s to You And Your’s

Published: December/9/2019

Hello Entrepreneur Joy to the word and your family, friends, and your business prosperity. Moreover, the time of the year smiles are warmer, and pleasant people and customers are in […]

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Holiday Restaurant Loans for Small Business

Published: December/5/2019

Holiday Restaurant Loans for Small Business What is a restaurant loan for small business? Thus, it is a particular type of loan geared toward owners and hospitality companies. Therefore, a […]

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Entrepreneurship-Continued

Published: December/2/2019

Is there a dissimilarity between an entrepreneur and a small business person? According to Merriam-Webster (2019), an entrepreneur is a risk-taker who develops a business and will make a profit […]

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Entrepreneurs vs Small Business Owner; what is the difference?

Published: December/2/2019

According to Shobhit (2019), an entrepreneur is one who starts and runs a commercial enterprise with limited resources and is responsible for the risk and rewards of the business venture. […]

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The American Dream

Published: November/17/2019

In the 21st Century Entrepreneurship and the Small Business Owner The comments of Wicks (2003) and his argument on the works of Ford Motor Company, and how Henry Ford started […]

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Entrepreneurship and Business Management

Published: October/28/2019

My name is Dr. Donald E. Mitchell, and I hold a Professional Doctorate of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship and Business Management.  The drive of this blog is to educate the […]

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