Tag Archives: small business owner

No “Line in the Sand”


“Have you drawn a “line in the sand” on when to close your business?” Small Business Week is April 30 – May 6.  Intuit’s QuickBooks, a company best known for their accounting software, was interested in hearing takeaways from successful small business professionals. As a QuickBooks user for the last 10 years, I wanted to […]

Relationship 2.0 Selected Finalists for MassChallenge UK 2016 Accelerator


Relationship 2.0, Inc., the developers of CoupleWise, announced it has been selected to join MassChallenge UK, the most startup-friendly accelerator on the planet.

Languages International Hires The Allasso Group as Sales Agency


April 7, 2016 Greenwich, CT. In late September 2015 Beverly Wall, CEO of Languages International, Inc., an 18 year old language translation service business based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, was investigating new ways to grow her business in 2016. In research mode, she contacted and had several conversations with Dan Gallo, The Allasso Group’s Managing […]

CoupleWise Contracts The Allasso Group For Management & Capital Raise


January 27, 2016 Greenwich, CT. In mid-September 2015 Dan Gallo responded to an unusual post by CoupleWise‘s Founder & Chief Psychologist, Dr. Gary Krane, PhD. His start-up software company needed seed capital and a new direction if he was to succeed in his quest to serve the 35-40 million couples in the USA & Canada […]

5 Tips for Small Business in Any Economy


When it comes to the economy, don’t listen to the media, politicians, or friends working at big companies. Listen to other small business owners. And from what I’m hearing, many are still hurting. Here are 5 tips worth considering… 5. “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit” […]

Alternative Financing For Your Small Business


…most SBEs go out of business due to a lack of capital. Therefore, having multiple financing solutions is critically important to all small businesses.

True Story – part 3


Know When You’ve Reached The End It was early October ’14 & business slowed from 25 catering gigs in Sept. down to 12. Some said this was normal. Oil companies always started wrapping up the year in early 4Q. But something was on the horizon: the price for a barrel of crude was taking a […]