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Part 1: How To Analyse Financial Statements Of A Company Intro

[This is a part of a series on performing financial analysis of a company. If you want to skip ahead to more advanced level of the series, then check out the other parts.] Knowing how to analyze financial statements of a company will take your business to the next level. Or you’ll become a superstar […]

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EBITDA Multiples For Manufacturing Companies

Manufacturing is a very broad industry. Manufacturing could mean anything from food manufacturing to heavy machinery and equipment. What I’m interested in the most is manufacturing in the general industrial category that can be loosely applied to any sub industry of manufacturing. So, I analyzed the EBITDA multiples for manufacturing companies in the general industrial […]

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Hudson Technologies Not COOL Enough

Depending on whether you’re Team Al Gore or you believe global warming was created by the Chinese to promote manufacturing like Trump, you may or may agree to this report on Hudson Technologies (NASDAQ:HDSN) (“HT”). HT is in the business of refrigerants, the chemical used in cooling like in air conditioners and refrigerators. The company […]

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DLH Holdings Corp

DLH Holdings Corp (NASDAQ:DLHC) DLH Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ:DLHC) is in the business of providing healthcare services military personnel and veterans. DLH’s services help veterans in some way from the beginning of their military life to the end. This includes setting up military treatment facilities, providing nurses in the hospitals, training the medic, all the way […]

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Manhattan Bridge Capital

Manhattan Bridge Capital (NASDAQ:LOAN) The first company I am adding to the official microcap.co portfolio is Manhattan Bridge Capital (NASDAQ:LOAN). I have to say that at first glance of their website, I was completely put off. The website looks like a school project. But it passed my initial sniff test, so I decided to look […]

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How to Hire a PR Firm and What to Expect

It turns out a PR firm isn’t always beneficial to your business. The biggest lesson is that you need to craft your own story about your business. You know more than anyone else. It’s also very expensive, so if you can learn to do some of it on your own, like hiring a freelance writer […]

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How to Hire a Salesperson (A Collection of PRACTICAL Advice)

Hiring a motivated, driven, likeable, and experienced salesperson who is the right fit is not an easy task. Follow the steps below to find the right salesperson for your business. 1. WHERE to look for a salesperson “Forget job boards. When recruiting outside of your personal network, start with businesses in your market who are […]

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Using a Database to Source Potential Customers

Searching databases for new sales leads is better suited for business-to-business (B2B). The benefit of searching a database to identify and pursue potential customers is that you’re not putting word out there about your company and just waiting. You know exactly who you’re going after and who you have to talk to in order to […]

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How to Organize Financial Statements to Sell Your Business [Download Model]

If your company has an account, better yet, if your company’s financials get audited every year, then what you need to gather to prepare for the sale of your business should be easy. If your company has unorganized financials, then it’ll be a bit more work, which will be covered in a future post. If […]

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40+ Ways to Get More Customers

There are many ways to generate new leads, get more customers, increase customer base, however you want to put it. Some methods will work better for your business than others depending on the customer profile you’re targeting and the value that your business provides. For instance, if your company is a local food delivery service on a […]

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