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You have a great business idea but now what? There are many factors that go into making sure your business is successful. You build your website and your social media pages. Your products and product placement are impeccable -- but something isn't connecting with your customers. Have no worries! We are here to help with that FOR FREE.
There isn't a catch.
We have been where you are and we know the struggle of trying to connect with customers so want to help share our failures and successes with you.
One thing that helped us in the past was connecting with out businesses to gain exposure and grow our network. This is how Curated Connections started.
What is Curated Connections?
Curated Connections is a network started by the Promising Presence Company. The purpose is to
Small businesses are always looking for an opportunity to stand out among the crowd. Marketing and advertising are essential to getting noticed in today’s business market. This is why you should consider partnering with Promising Presence to enhance your online presence.
Promising Presence focuses on assisting small businesses with creating cohesive marketing and business plans. Our approach is to help small businesses operate like corporations but using a small business budget. We understand the struggles of managing a small business while looking to expand, so our goal is to reduce the stress.
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Forming a LLC (limited liability company) is not as hard as most people think. Here are the steps you need to take to make your LLC a legal reality.
Forming a LLC Overview
Besides following your state's LLC naming rules, you must make sure your name won't violate another company's trademark.
Once you've found a legal and available name, you don't usually need to register it with your state. When you file your articles of organization, your business name will be automatically registered.
One disadvantage of forming an LLC instead of a partnership or a sole proprietorship is that you'll have to pay a filing fee when you submit your articles of organization. In most states, the fees are modest -- typically around $100.
Articles of organization are short, simple documents. In fact, you can usually prepare your own in just a few minutes by filling in the blanks and checking the boxes on a form provided by your state's filing office. Typically, you must provide only your LLC's name, its address, and sometimes the names of all of the owners -- called members. Generally, all of the LLC owners may prepare and sign the articles, or they can appoint just one person to do so.
You will probably also be required to list the name and address of a person -- usually one of the LLC members -- who will act as your LLC's "registered agent," or "agent for service of process." Your agent is the person designated to receive legal papers in any future lawsuit involving your LLC.
If you are interested in learning more about our services or would like a consultation review of your business, don’t hesitate to contact us!
Additionally, you can add your business to our Curated Connections small business registry for free. It will provide other businesses and customers with a way to learn more about your company.
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Do you really know what your end goals are for your business? Do you aim to leave a legacy of impacting families? Do you plan to make XYZ dollars? Do plan to open 5 stores? Whatever you plan to do, began creating tangible SMART goals to accomplish them. Your business should have goals that you work to accomplish each day to ensure your success. Your time is valuable and don't want to own a business just to own it. You want to own your business and excel at it!
To make a profit by spending on improving customer experience, you must first find places where the spending actually matters. Just as important, you should avoid spending on experience improvements that don’t actually matter. How do you find out what matters most to you customers? Create surveys and feedback loops that allow your customers to provide responses to what they enjoyed most.
By improving the customer experience and perfecting what matters most to the customer, you will see more returning customers which leads to consistent business revenue.
Chambers of Commerce are essential to the economic growth of our local communities; through networking, making introductions, facilitating projects, understanding the areas served and their economic climates and keeping abreast of pending development projects. If you are looking to become more abreast in your community, joining your chamber of commerce may be beneficial.
Inquire about joining your local chamber today.
Have you pondered ways to gain exposure to new clients while teaming up with individuals who offer similar but different services? Consider hosting a joint event. You will be able to reach new customers while reducing the stress and cost of hosting an event alone.