Protecting Your Restaurant’s Network in the Age of Hackers

Steve O'ConnorBusiness Operations, Cashflow, Fraud and Security, Merchant Cash Advance, Restaurant1 Comment

With retail computer network breaches becoming increasingly common and garnering more media attention, restaurant owners have a responsibility to keep their customers’ personal and financial information private. Preventive strategies can help keep your customers’ information safe and your business running. Here’s some advice you can use to help keep your restaurant’s network secure.

Do you know who your small business funding company is?

Steve O'Connor2019 Trends, Alternative Financing, Business Operations, Capital Advance, Fraud and Security, Funding Options, Merchant Cash Advance, Small Business Financing, Small Business TrendsLeave a Comment

The market for providing capital solutions to small business is dynamic and crowded. For every new company eager to launch is a lender at the ready to provide financial back-up. And as a result of the rise in demand, funding companies and brokers are advertising and promoting their brands through every possible channel. They’re looking to drive customers to their … Read More

Why You Shouldn’t Pay for So-Called ‘Business Debt Relief’

Steve O'Connor2017 Trends, Business Operations, Capital Advance, Customer Service, Fraud and Security, Info, News, Small Business Financing, Small Business Trends, Women Owned BusinessesLeave a Comment

Debt Relief

As an entrepreneur, you’re well aware that even a solid business plan and a great product won’t protect you completely from unexpected downturns. Markets change, your costs can rise — and suddenly, you’re struggling to meet your obligations. This is when you may start noticing sales pitches from companies that offer a quick and easy solution to your stress. Here’s … Read More

Why a Branded Email Domain is Critical for Your Small Business

Steve O'Connor2018 Trends, Business Operations, Business Plans, Fraud and Security, Technology1 Comment

Chances are, you probably have a Gmail account. Yourname@gmail.com, right? Now, this is all well and good—perfect for emailing your friends, connecting to your Facebook account and signing up for promotional offers. But, it’s not really the appropriate communications channel for small business inquiries. For starters, your email address makes more of an impression than you might imagine. For example, … Read More

Why You Shouldn’t Pay for ‘Debt Relief’

Steve O'Connor2017 Trends, Business Operations, Capital Advance, Customer Service, Fraud and Security, Info, News, Small Business Financing, Small Business Trends, Women Owned Businesses1 Comment

Debt Relief

As an entrepreneur, you’re well aware that even a solid business plan and a great product won’t protect you completely from unexpected downturns. Markets change, your costs can rise — and suddenly, you’re struggling to meet your obligations. This is when you may start noticing sales pitches from companies that offer a quick and easy solution to your stress. Here’s … Read More

It’s Time to Incorporate Cyber Liability Insurance Into Your Online Security Plan

Steve O'ConnorBusiness Operations, Fraud and Security, Women Owned Businesses, Working Capital TechnologyLeave a Comment

Online network hacks have been gaining frequency as markets become wholly reliant on the Internet. Prevention of cyber attacks is crucial to your small business’s online security plan, but cyber liability insurance is necessary to protect your business in the event of a network breach.