Entrepreneur

November is Military Family Appreciation Month

Categories
Posted in:  Active Duty MilitaryBusiness TipsEntrepreneurMilitary spouseVeteran

November is Military Family Appreciation Month Sharing (a short list) of Paper Chaser’s favorite resources armed with services/opportunities to assist Military Families and Military Small Business Start-Up! Joining Forces works hand in hand with the public and private sectors to ensure that service members, veterans, and their families have the tools they need to succeed throughout […]

Paper Chaser Announces Small Business Saturday Activities

Categories
Posted in:  Administrative ProfessionalBusiness TipsEntrepreneurMilitary spouseNewsSmall Business

Paper Chaser Announces Small Business Saturday Activities New product launch, business spotlight and a free white paper round out Paper Chaser’s Small Business Saturday activities (Beaufort, SC) – Military spouse entrepreneur, Melissa St. Clair, Owner of Paper Chaser has been supporting small business growth for over a decade in her business and is celebrating Small […]

Beaufort (SC) initiative gets $25K grant

Categories
Posted in:  EntrepreneurSmall Business

Beaufort initiative gets $25K grant — STEPHEN FASTENAU A Beaufort technology and job-growth initiative received another boost recently when the city was awarded a grant by a state organization representing local government. The Municipal Association of South Carolina awarded Beaufort a $25,000 grant aimed at implementing an economic development project “that will make a positive […]

Hurricane Matthew: Lessons Learned

Categories
Posted in:  Business TipsEntrepreneurSmall Business

It Was a Dark and Stormy Night… Lessons Learned from Hurricane Matthew Storm prep and storm survival as it relates to your business. #BePrepared – Inspect items in your emergency kit and restock your pantry with non-perishables. I had precooked real food for several meals and had three days of food left before I would’ve had to resort […]

Beeline for Business…P.O. Boxes

Categories
Posted in:  Business TipsEntrepreneurMilitary spousePermanent Change of StationSmall Business

Using a P.O. Box address as a small business owner is a controversial topic. As a military spouse entrepreneur who experiences frequent moves, I prefer to utilize a P.O. Box address versus my home/office address for user ease and separation of “Church and State.” The debate is ongoing about using the P.O. Box address versus your residence. […]

Gather ‘Round the Facebook Group

Categories
Posted in:  Business TipsEntrepreneurSmall Business

As of the first quarter of 2016, Facebook had 1.65 billion monthly active users. (Statista.com) Facebook’s features and uses are ever expanding. Many businesses now include Facebook as an essential part of their Internet marketing strategy. Facebook groups have become vital venues for communication among teams in industries such as direct selling, a central communication hub for […]

Beeline for Business…The Power of a Facebook Page

Categories
Posted in:  EntrepreneurMilitary spouseSmall BusinessVirtual Assistant

Facebook answers the question: What is a Facebook Page? Pages are for businesses, brands and organizations to share their stories and connect with people. They offer unique tools for businesses, brands and organizations. Like profiles, you can customize Pages by publishing stories, hosting events, adding apps and more. People who like your Page and their […]