Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows that two-thirds of small- to medium-scale businesses with employees survive for two years, while around half survive for five years. These statistics mean that of all the hundreds and thousands of new small- to medium-scale businesses popping off every year, most of them fail over time.
Day: October 19, 2020
Generating income is part of every social enterprise’s core, and though it aims not to make a profit, implementing income generation can drastically improve an organization’s financial resilience and sustainability. Social enterprises use various methods to achieve this and sustain operations. If you’re aiming to help your organization sustain operations, besides getting home loans, you
If you like cooking and have the skills to match your passion, why not make a bit of extra money on the side? You can turn your love for cooking into a great money-making opportunity while staying in the convenience of your home by starting a supper club. It’s an old-age practice that’s making its