In this special feature, NY Report highlights some of the Tri-State area's B2B service providers dedicated to helping small businesses grow and succeed. From payroll services to technology solution providers, the 2011 Resource Guide can help you locate the assistance you need.
Dozens of companies are available to help your business grow.
Plus, NY Report recently surveyed its readers to dig deep into the state of small businesses, from access to credit and business risks to using social media and retiring comfortably, and some of the results may surprise you.
Business Owners Not Looking for Credit
Our survey finds that most business owners aren’t looking for credit in 2011.
Grow or Get Out
Companies must grow before CEOs can exit successfully.
Small Businesses Divided on Government’s Impact
Most small businesses say that government regulations aren’t negatively affecting their business.
Three Ways to Make Your Young Employees More Productive
Here’s how to make the best of what Generation Y has to offer for you and your business.
Fear of Losing Top Talent Becoming Prevalent
Are you worried about your best employees moving on?
Private Companies Consider Themselves Only “Somewhat Innovative”
Get more creative at your company.
Declining Sales is an Owner’s Biggest Fear
Losing sales is the top concern for 2011. Follow a three-pronged approach to conquer your fear of declining sales.
How to Fire Someone
When it’s time to let an employee go, there’s a right way and a wrong way to do it.
How to Create a Website You’re Proud Of
Still cringing when you give out your web address? Follow these four ways to make your website better.
Retirement: An Old-Fashioned Dream?
Are you ready to give up your job for a garden? Our survey found that some small business owners aren’t looking to retire just yet.
Do You Know if Social Media Marketing is Working?
How can you tell if Facebook and Twitter are paying off?
Is Honesty Your Best Policy?
When someone asks, ‘How’s business?’ how do you respond?