Sarita Harbour

Sarita Harbour is an NCMM contributor and freelance business-to-business writer, blogger and ghostwriter. Her bylined work appears online at sites such as Forbes, Fox News, Business News Daily and CBC. Follow her on Twitter or visit her website.

 

Content by this Author

  • 'Tis the Season for Inclement Weather: Does Your Company Have an Effective Notification System?

    Winter brings with it the potential for inclement weather, and it's no surprise that this can wreak havoc on your company's day-to-day operations. When your business was just starting out, it was relatively easy to contact a handful of employees regarding impending storms. However, now that you've grown to middle market status with staff members in multiple locations, keeping everyone in the loop is a lot more challenging. This is why midmarket companies need effective weather notification systems.

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  • Tips for Midmarket Project Management: What Is Your Company Working On?

    Successfully managing multiple projects plays a key role in the growth of any business, and midmarket companies aren't any different. Your business is operating with multiple employees, departments and possibly locations across the country or even the globe, and project management is a vital part of that — even though it can be a challenge. Understanding the various projects your company is working on, being aware of red flags and implementing safeguards to ensure all work meets your standards of excellence are often effective business improvement methods for midmarket companies.

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  • Out-of-State Business Expansion: What Your Midmarket Firm Should Consider

    There comes a point in every successful middle market company's existence wherein it's time to broaden the customer base, introduce new products or take advantage of new resources. Sometimes, doing so means expanding your business across state lines. However, the rules and regulations governing businesses vary between states, and the pros and cons of operating in each state may differ between industries and even individual companies. How do you make sense of it all?

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