Buffalo Grove, IL, April 12, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- BusinessToday, Inc. is proud to announce a new service that provides small and medium-size business owners and managers with the knowledge and skill to improve their businesses. BusinessToday is providing these services through educational seminars, a national magazine geared toward entrepreneurs and an affiliation with the Small Business Research Board.
Seminars provide entrepreneurs and their managers with the knowledge and skills necessary to increase efficiency, adapt to ever changing business environments and prosper in the competitive business world. Covering a full range of business functions, the seminar topics include cash flow, funding, productivity, growth, marketing and succession. The sessions serve as a forum for the exchange of the latest information, ideas and insights on management practices and business trends. Part of the seminar series is conducted by a motivational speaker to deliver a message that inspires and entertains.
The BusinessToday Magazine is a national publication that contains top-notch practical advice and insights for the leaders of small businesses. In general, the magazine takes a closer look inside the world of private businesses. Each quarter, the contributing authors provide timely coverage regarding maintaining positive cash flow, controlling costs, accelerating profitable growth, strategic planning, succession planning, preserving and determining corporate value and tax planning affecting small to medium-size businesses.
The Small Business Research Board ascertains and expresses the opinions of small business owners and managers on a wide variety of topics related to their own business, as well as national and international issues that may impact their operations. It was created to provide feedback on significant issues and allow for real-time insight into the state of small businesses nationwide.
The all around education initiative contributes continual learning and allows the leaders of small and medium-size businesses to increase their personal development and organizational value. Small businesses are constantly searching for ways to stay competitive. Education and training is critical in order to create efficient and productive businesses and achieve ultimate success.