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World Trade Promoted to Small Businesses Throughout May

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The potential benefits of engaging in world trade, especially at the small business level, will be promoted throughout the month of May in cities across the United States. The first World Trade Week was declared by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1935, and today it has evolved to a time when entrepreneurs are encouraged to consider how recent technological innovations can help their small businesses expand into international trade by facilitating operations and bolstering their bottom lines.

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Technology Is Key to Competitiveness for Small Business

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Microsoft founder and chairman Bill Gates once said, “The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency.” (He added that the second rule is automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency, but that’s fodder for another article …) There are many technologies available today that can help small businesses run more smoothly and competitively, but many of their owners are not taking advantage of them.

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Businesses Should Have Pinterest on Their Radar

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If you haven’t heard about Pinterest yet, it may surprise you to learn that according to market research firm ComScore, it ranked among the Top 50 Most Visited Websites with over 25 million unique visitors.

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Involved in North American Occupational Safety & Health (NAOSH) Week May 5–11

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The importance of increasing understanding, raising awareness and reducing injuries and illness in the workplace, at home and in the community is the focus of the North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week. This year NAOSH Week is May 5–11 — a time to observe a continent-wide event spanning three countries: Canada, USA and Mexico.

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Is Flextime a Viable Option for Your Small Business?

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The term “flextime” has been in the American vocabulary long enough for people to understand that it means a work schedule that varies from the 9-to-5, Monday-to-Friday work week that has been traditional in this country for generations. The first week in May has been designated Flexible Work Arrangement Week, a time to promote experimentation with rearranged work schedules and locations outside of the conventional office setting. For many small businesses, flextime offers advantages for workers and management alike.

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