Thursday, May 28, 2015

The Enterprises TV Show Highlights Trends in Retirement Communities




Baby Boomers are finding some great advantages in retirement communities these days. The Enterprises TV show highlights some of the best.

Retirement communities are not like they were when our grandparents lived in them. There are still some places that offer the standard shuffle board courts, clubhouses with multiple game playing rooms and shuttles to the super market.

As the American population ages and more workers from the Baby Boomer generation are preparing to quit working, and college towns are hoping to lure these prized people to their area. New neighborhoods are being designed and built which offer the retired person great deals on continued learning or on cultural and sports events. In addition, Enterprises TV notes that some college and university professors may allow seniors to audit a class.

People who are close to retiring may want to explore favorite college towns. Many have lower home prices, good transportation systems and top-rate health care. These are all great reasons to seek out a city or town where schools of higher learning are. The Social Security Administration reports that Baby Boomers are retiring at the rate of 10,000 per day. That’s a good motivating factor for colleges and universities to lure the older generations to the area.


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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Shoot Day with EHRA Engineering













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The Enterprises TV Show Explains Why Franchising is a Good Bet



People who want to open their own business but may not want the risk and time pressure of starting from scratch may find opening a franchise their best bet. The Enterprises TV show explains why franchising can be a good bet.

Franchise owners usually say that one of the reasons they chose to open one up is the support they receive from the corporation. No matter which industry or field the franchise is in, the home office cam offer guidance and support. In addition to these “soft” items, the HQ also provides a process-driven operating procedure that works. The new franchisee can also connect with other franchisees and gain experienced knowledge from them. This kind of support is imperative to the new owner.

Several options for small business loans are available from the Small Business Administration and other places. Veterans can find support from vetfran.com. Enterprises TV suggests researching every option and discussing the choices with a trusted mentor. Explore the local community to determine if there is a need for any product or service. Specifically, review all city, county and state regulations on permitting for the type of franchise one has in mind. This can be the most daunting challenge to the most efficient and intelligent person. Take your time and get it right. Opening a franchisee is a major decision and can be the right one for someone who wants to own their own company without the major risks of time and financial loss.


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Monday, May 18, 2015

Enterprises TV Relays the Three Steps to Good PR for Small Businesses



Good public relations can put a small company on the map or boost an established one. Enterprises TV reveals three steps everyone in PR should know and do.

It was not that long ago when a strong public relations campaign involved launches, press kits, media shows and press releases. Some of those tactics are still around and, for the most part, still work. There are three steps involved that any campaign should follow. They often lead to success and drive the business’ mission.

No matter the size of the business, there is a right way and right time to tell the right people the company’s story.  The story should relay the company vision. It should inform readers what the product can do that none others can. It should explain why the brand, product or service will make life better for everyone.

Develop relationships with media professionals who follow the industry. Don’t stick to two or three. Do the homework and find those who regularly write about the field.

Enterprises TV also suggests thinking of public relations as catalyst for brand growth. If done right, it can improve SEO results, increase revenue and get it out in front of the public.  The company’s story is a valuable commodity and should be protected and relayed as often as possible. Businesses go through ups and down all the time. The one thing that never wavers is the company story.


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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Reduce the Total on Medical Bill with Enterprises TV



Medical bills are not small. One outpatient procedure that takes an hour or less can total thousands of dollars. Enterprises TV shares information about how to reduce the total of medical bills.

Get a jump on any possible medical bills by setting up an appointment with the medical professional’s billing manager. Discuss where the procedure will be done. Work towards using an in-network provider rather than an out of network provider. This will save some money since it is often more expensive to go out of network.

When the bill comes, offer a lower lump sum of cash instead of offering to make monthly payments. Most providers will accept this since it means a) they are getting paid and b) are assured they will get paid for the entire bill later.

The Enterprises TV show suggests going online to your health insurance company’s website to see if there is a way to check pricing on medical procedures and their costs. If not, here are three sites to look into:
·                        clearhealthcosts.com
·                        healthcarebluebook.com
·                        newchoicehealth.com

Double check the CPT codes or the medical codes on the bill before paying. Errors can happen. If there is a discrepancy, call the billing manager and ask for a new bill with the correctly coded items and charges.

Of course, be courteous on the phone with anyone you talk to. No one likes to be treated rudely. Pay the bill on time after checking everything out.  Late payments do show up on credit reports. Get on top of any and all medical bills and reduce the total before the bill becomes overdue.

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Monday, May 11, 2015

Enterprises Television Show Shoot Day with Petro Waste Environmental






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The Enterprises TV Show Reviews Good and Bad Company Policies



Company policies vary depending on type of business and customer base. Some policies are quite strict while others can be a little more lenient. The Enterprises TV show reviews some of the good and bad company policies.

Company rules or guidelines on hair are generally based on the type of business. Restaurants require hairnets for both men and women to prevent hair from getting in a diner’s food. Mustache and beard hair is usually required to be trimmed to a specific length also to prevent it from trickling into a dish. Businesses which require clean, cut appearance also put some emphasis on having clean, well-styled hair. This all makes sense.

Dress codes are usually written into the employee handbook. Corporate offices can request staff to dress according to the type of business. Conservative establishments may require women to wear dresses and skirts below the knee and men to wear a coat and tie. If there is no customer or client contact, the dress code may be a little more relaxed. It makes sense to get a feel for how the staff dresses for work everyday during a job interview, or from viewing images of them online while in the office.

The Enterprises TV show notes that store return policies can sometimes go off the deep end. A few major retailers have a policy allow customers to return items without a receipt, bought at any time (and as far back as 6 years), and without any reason. These types of policies can compel those who wish to defraud stores of viable revenue. Better return merchandise policies require a receipt and some use digital tracking devices to be sure the merchant is not being taken advantage of.

Start-up companies might want to take the time to craft reasonable company policies for the issues that come up often: dress code, time off, returns, and non-compete agreements.


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