You’ve heard of captive insurance companies before. Or, you at least have a sense of what they are. From what you understand, they are much better than the big commercial firms other businesses use.
And that’s true because a captive is run by the policyholders. They have direct say on the programs offered and the premiums set. In addition, they are also investors in the captive. Therefore, they receive dividends at the end of each quarter.
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Many businesses are so focused on opening their doors that they don’t take the time to focus on office furniture. This can be a mistake.
You want the furniture to make sense for the space that you have, fit within your budget, and ensure everyone has what they need, including chairs for clients or those who may be waiting to meet with you.
There are some tips to help you focus on furniture.
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Convenience stores and similar markets dot America’s landscape. They serve city dwellers, suburbanites and highway drivers.
With good sense and persistence, you can profitably open a convenience store.
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