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5 Selling Mistakes That Cost You Marketing Dollars
Most businesses these days seem to take a sales or marketing approach to business development instead of a sales AND marketing approach. These common mistakes in sales can cost you marketing dollars and a lot of revenue from potential sales. If yo...Read More...
A Hedge Fund's 294-Page Recipe For Fixing Olive Garden
Olive Garden doesn’t know how to cook pasta, soaks its salads in too much dressing, dumps sauce haphazardly atop its dishes, forgets to sell wine, and has strayed far from its Italian roots with dishes no one in Italy would touch. And that’s h...Read More...
Breakfast at the Bike Bridges
Breakfast at the Bridges is designed for path users and commuters to grab a quick bite to eat and a cup of coffee, meet City staff, learn more about transportation in Eugene, and get a bicycle safety check all at the same time. This signatur...Read More...
Home Matters Night Out 2014
Cornerstone Community Housing, a local provider of affordable multifamily housing, and GreenEnergy Corp, provider of micro-grid technologies, are having an event to raise awareness for Sustaining People and Planet. The event is hosted by GreenEne...Read More...
Tax breaks to those who do volunteer work for charity
If you are a volunteer worker for a charity, like a Cub Scout leader or a Kidsports coach for example, you should be aware that your generosity may entitle you to some tax breaks.
Although no tax deduction is allowed for the value of serv...
Tips to help construction businesses control costs and improve profits
Construction organizations are looking for ways to cut costs, become more efficient and exit unprofitable services or products – but depending on the approach, these actions can sacrifice long-term goals and potential rewards.