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Business Resources | BizX Education

What Small Business Means to BizX

April 30, 2018 | Written by Bob Bagga


This week our nation celebrates small businesses – the heart of the US economy. Local business owners collectively employ over 48% of the American work-force and, in countless ways, truly keep our economy and communities running.

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6 Ways to Better Your Business Using BizX

March 22, 2018 | Written by Daniel Kosh

BizX is driven by its purpose to improve the lives and businesses of its members. But how does BizX actually improve anyone's business?

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BizX Tip - Creating an Offer

January 29, 2018 | Written by Matt Beuschlein

Creating an offer on the BizX Marketplace is incredibly easy and the best way to increase your visibility within the BizX community.  We teamed up with long time BizX Member and laptop bag and case maker, Brenthaven, to demonstrate just how quick and easy it is.

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BizX Education: BizX 101 in 6 Minutes or Less

September 9, 2017 | Written by Daniel Kosh

“BizX seems cool, but I’m really not really sure I understand it” We’ve heard this before.

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Everyone Has Excess Capacity, but No One Gets It

June 23, 2017 | Written by Matt Beuschlein

Every business owner dreams of operating at maximum efficiency, firing on all cylinders and serving as many customers as possible.  But then they all wake up, facing the occasional empty tables, idle crews or product left on the shelves.

Excess capacity, or demand below what could be produced, is present in every industry. In fact, Trading Economics reported that capacity utilization, a number used to measure excess capacity, has dropped to 78.9% in the United States as of February 2015. Even lower numbers are being reported via Statista for the hotel industry, with the occupancy rate dropping to 65.1% during the first quarter of this year, illustrating the room for growth all across the board.

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