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11 Most Common Risk Management Mistakes Made by Small Business Owners
 
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Don't fall victim to these common risk management mistakes... Watch is short video and learn the 11 Most Common Risk Management Mistakes Made by Business Owners. Get the http://murraygrp.com/riskybusiness My name is Ryan Hanley, I'm director of marketing and licensed agent here at the murray group and it's both my role here, as well as my passion to help business owners like you receive the maximum benefit from your insurance. But today we're not talking about insurance... this is the 5th and final video in a series we've done on Small Business Risk Management and today's topic is the 11 most common risk management mistakes by small business owners. Avoiding these mistakes means less aggravation, less workplace downtown and more money in your business's checking account. #1 - insufficient attention to loss control - so not taking risk management seriously... #2 - letting apathy or politics drive your risk management decisions - again I would say this results from not putting enough importance on risk management to make a proper decision. #3 - risk management "blind spots" - this results from not looking at the enterprise as a whole, believing some areas will not be impacted by accidents. #4 - inadequate preparation for loss - not actually acting on your risk management decisions #5 - Avoiding risk instead of managing it - as I've said in previous videos of this series, risk is VERY important to the growth of a business... avoiding risk completely can do more harm than good. #6 - Failure to communicate risks to staff - so basically just a failure to communicate business risks organization wide #7 - Failure to develop computer skills - computers are a way of life in today's business world, not knowing how to use a computer is NEGATIVELY impacting your business in many ways... PERIOD. No discussion. #8 - Inadequate people skills - Proper risk management takes teamwork. We have to be able to work well with others to prevent and/or reduce risk. #9 - Superperson syndrome - see #8, risk management takes a team, you can't do everything yourself. #10 - Failure to document - this stuff needs to be in writing. #11 - Lack of creativity - sometimes you have to think outside the box to find solutions to risk management problems. Best practices are great but your business is unique and will have it's own unique solutions That's it, 11 common risk management mistakes for small business owners... now that you know what they are, don't let them happen to you. At The Murray Group, we see our job as not only providing insurance products to help you recover after a loss, but also to provide risk management guidance to reduce the chance of an accident ever happening. If you think our agency would make a good partner for your business and you'd like to begin the process of receiving a proposal for your business insurance program, please give us a call at 518-456-6688 or email us at [email protected] If you'd like to learn a little bit more about The Murray Group first, please click this link here or the link below this video to subscribe to our Risky Business Newsletter. We'll help you find, peace of mind.
6 "Rules of Thumb" for Small Business Risk Management
 
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Want to keep your small business safe from risk? These 6 "Rules of Thumb" will help you practice proper small business risk management every day. Subscribe here: http://murraygrp.com/riskybusiness/ My name is Ryan Hanley, I'm director of marketing and licensed agent here at the murray group and it's both my role here, as well as my passion to help business owners like you receive the maximum benefit from your insurance. However, today's video is actually the 4th in a series of five videos on risk management... so no insurance talk, today we're talking about preventing and/or reducing the impact of accidents if they do happen. Risk Management has a few basic tenets, six actually that act as "Rules of Thumb" for keeping your business safe. Though each of these is from a 30,000 foot it's important to have them in the back of your mind as you make both daily and directional decisions in your business. #1 Don't retain more than you can afford to lose - Understand what your business's risk tolerance is... What kind and magnitude of loss can you sustain and maintain. #2 Don't risk a lot to get a little - Manage the trade-offs of every action you take, things like taking on a new vendor, adding new staff, expanding your location... Risk is important to business but make sure the Juice is Worth the Squeeze #3 Consider the likelihood of events and their potential impact - consider the realistic fequency and severity of accidents happening and what needs to be done to prevent them or reduce their impact. #4 There is NO such thing as an uninsured loss - If you decide to NOT purchase insurance coverage for a particular exposure, you're actually just self-insuring that loss. Not buying insurance doesn't mean that thing isn't going to happen, it just means you pay for the damage. #5 Don't treat insurance as a substitute for risk control - Insurance provides reimbursement after an accident... but preventing that accident in the first place is SOOO much better. #6 Consciously use risk control or risk financing on every potential risk - a good practice is to sit down and assign a risk control technique and risk financing option to each potential risk that could impact your business. Keep these six tenets of risk management in your back pocket and you'll be doing your business a huge favor. At The Murray Group, we see our job as not only providing insurance products to help you recover after a loss, but also to provide risk management guidance to reduce the chance of an accident ever happening. If you think our agency would make a good partner for your business and you'd like to begin the process of receiving a proposal for your business insurance program, please give us a call at 518-456-6688 or email us at [email protected] If you'd like to learn a little bit more about The Murray Group first, please click this link here or the link below this video to subscribe to our Risky Business Newsletter. We'll help you find, peace of mind.
Risk Management
 
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Risk Management is one of the most important tasks you have as a small business owner. Your business plan is a great place to put down in writing how you are going to deal with your risk. Definition: Decisions to accept exposure or reduce vulnerabilities by either mitigating the risks or applying cost effective controls Here are three ways to deal with risk: Limit Risk Ignore Risk Transfer Risk
Views: 1385 Ethan Vanderbuilt
HOW TO HANDLE RISK IN LIFE AND BUSINESS | HINDI
 
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How important is risk management?
 
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How important is risk management to the process of the index?
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Why Every Small-Business Owner Should Be Proactively Managing Risk
 
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I’ll be first to say talking about risk management in your small business is not sexy. But, it’s also one of the most overlooked areas that can cause a ton of pain in the future. Here’s what it comes down to: What do you value? Do you value your money? Do you value your stuff? Do you value your ideas? Do you value your peaceful, lawsuit-free existence? If you do...which I think you do then it is so important to be proactive about protecting yourself. It’s also a mindset thing. Legalizing your business means you are diving in. It means that you are ready to make this a long-term investment and you’re ready to take responsibility for the outcomes of your business. Owning a business comes with some risk. A customer may be unhappy or even hurt by your service. Having legal boundaries between your work and your personal assets helps to draw the line where the legal and financial responsibility falls when, in the rare and unfortunate case, your business needs to take responsibility for hurting someone else. The other important area that it’s important to protect is your ideas. This means creating boundaries for others around your creativity. This includes trademarks and patents for the ideas that are uniquely yours. And, having employees and contractors sign an NDA. Take the steps to protect your intellectual assets so that you have legal grounds to defend yourself if needed. The point is to be aware of what risks there are and avoid what you can understand that by being in business there are risks. You can strategically choose to make some choices towards more or less risk but inherently there will always be some. As a small business owner, your job is to monitor and control the risks in your business so that you can avoid losing profits. 7 Major risk areas to be aware of are: Damage to Your Reputation Lawsuits Security Breaches Natural Disasters Illness, Disability, & Death Swift Changes to the Market Swift Changes in Key Personnel What could happen to my business? Property & inventory losses Business interruption losses Liability losses Key Employee losses Injury to customers, employees, or the business owner What can you do? Legalize your business and take note of any areas where your business is taking higher amounts of risk. Get insurance: consider general liability insurance, product liability insurance, professional liability insurance, &/or commercial property insurance. Having insurance can help recover some of the costs associated with an unforeseen or unplanned outcome. Create a risk plan. If your business is not able to operate for a few days is there a plan B? What happens if you get sick and need to take some time off of work? Consider a few what-if scenarios and come up with backup contingency plans in the case something unplanned happens. Monitor and adapt your risk management plan annually to stay in the know of changes in the market or risk landscape that you should be aware of. If you are like me it’s hard to think about the worst case scenario actually coming true. It’s not fun to live in that space but any seasoned business owner will tell you that taking a little time to do the work in these areas can bring you incredible amounts of peace of mind, support, and a structured plan that you can take action on when unforeseen things happen in your business. Investing a little bit of time and energy to set these things up can have a huge impact on your ability to get back to business. Although I’ve been around the block and have some good advice for you here this is just a conversation starter. I highly recommend talking to a lawyer when assessing your risk to get the most up to date and industry-specific legal advice on risk. Consult legal and risk management experts in your local and area of business to best understand the risks you should be aware of and what risk management, insurance, and plans might work best for you and your business.
Views: 6 Annabelle Bayhan
The Top Ten Business Risks
 
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Brett Knowles of the RiskScorecard.net organization reveals what research tells us about the significant risk areas that most ERM (Enterprise Risk Management) solutions should consider.
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Why have a Risk Management Program? | Business Performance Improvement
 
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Want to maximize your business's performance? Access StrategyDriven's Risk Management Forum FREE for one month at: http://www.strategydriven.com/rmforum/ Call or text now for a FREE consultation: +1 (770) 765-3692. Prefer email: [email protected] Most people think of risk management as an insurance policy, the price paid to help prevent potentially negative outcomes from being realized by their company. Such a view leads to the conclusion that risk management is a business expense with a highly subjective value proposition. We at StrategyDriven would suggest the insurance view of risk management is far too narrow. Instead, effective risk management enables a company to accelerate its business operations and to become more aggressive in the marketplace; approaches that in today’s fast paced environment is immeasurably valuable. An analogy we use is that instead of correlating risk management to an insurance policy, leaders should think of it in terms of a high performance automotive breaking system. High performance breaks, such as those on racing cars, enable the driver to reach higher rates of speed while still maintaining the same level of safety as slower drivers whose cars have less capable breaking systems. In the case of an effective risk management program, earlier warning of potentially adverse events occurs such that less costly adjustments can be made to avoid those risks; allowing the organization to speed its decisions and actions while maintaining the same risk profile as a company employing a less effective risk management program. Thus, an effective risk management system serves as both an insurance policy and a performance enhancer. To help you get started, we'll provide you with one month of complimentary access to StrategyDriven's Risk Management Forum. Within this forum, you'll find insightful documents on topics such as: - Determining the value of an effective risk management program - Quantifying organizational risks - Setting up effective risk oversight, and - Performing ongoing risk monitoring... just to name a few. To access StrategyDriven's online Risk Management materials FREE for one month, visit: http://www.strategydriven.com/rmforum/. https://www.linkedin.com/company/strategydriven?trk=tabs_biz_home https://twitter.com/StrategyDriven https://www.facebook.com/StrategyDriven?_rdr=p affordable business consulting in Atlanta affordable business consultants in Atlanta business analytics consultants in Atlanta business management consultants in Atlanta business performance improvement consultants in Atlanta business consultants in Atlanta business advisors in Atlanta small business advisors in Atlanta business plan consultants in Atlanta
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Small Business Risks - The Hartford
 
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Dealing with the risks that come with running your own business can be difficult and stressful. Business expert Gene Marks believes that the key to coping is "looking ahead".
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How to Manage Risk in Real Estate Investing and Business
 
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http://www.CashflowDiary.com - In this video J. Massey talks about risk management and how it pertains to real estate investing and entrepreneurship. Managing risk is an important skill as you build and grow your empire. Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/cashflowdiary Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CashflowDiary
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The Importance of Business Risk Assessments
 
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Risk is an unavoidable part of any business. From competitors to large companies and workplace injuries, there are plenty of inherent risks that exist. To resist setbacks, a comprehensive risk management program is required, part of which should include numerous Business Insurance Policies. In addition, it’s important to identify, understand, and assess business risk. BNET defines a risk as an uncertainty that is affiliated with a particular circumstance that could render a business inoperable or cause financial insecurities for a company. While each industry has varying concerns, this process is still an essential part of mitigating risk for your firm. First, gauge your risk profile by creating a list of potential threats. Small Business Chronicle states that if you are assessing your business’ internal environment, consider financial, marketing, operations, and work force risks whereas external business should assess risks related to a changing economy, new market competitors, and natural disasters. Further, cyber breaches are a risk for any business, no matter the size. Your ability to recover from such an attack will depend largely on how you prepare for these breaches. Consider the appropriate safety precautions, risk management processes, and the right cyber liability insurance. Given this information, allocate time and resources into identifying and reducing risk for your firm. Not only will this protect against potential loss, it can save your firm from litigation. At NewMark Insurance Services, we are dedicated to protecting business like yours. We offer a variety of business insurance policies to safeguard your property, employees, and operations. For more information about our products, contact our experts today at (855) 777-6549. http://www.newmarkins.com/blog/importance-business-risk-assessments-2/
Risks Of Starting Your Own Business – What To Know Before You Take The Leap
 
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http://becomewealthystartingtoday.com - Risks Of Starting Your Own Business It is important to consider the risks of starting your own business before you take the plunge. One of the primary considerations should be the financial risk. Beyond that you should also think about choosing a business venture you love and have a true passion for it. You should also make sure the business will allow you to work when you want and where you want. I didn’t have this kind of freedom in my first four businesses but I recently started a business venture that grants me the type of freedom I used to dream about and actually have far greater income earning potential. To learn more about this business model that takes care of most of the risks of starting your own business click the above link for more information. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQ-P1tRGYUI I have also listed below several articles about the Risks Of Starting Your Own Business When Launching Your Startup, Consider These 5 Risks - Entrepreneur https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/234094 Entrepreneur May 21, 2014 - Starting a business has never been more exciting. The startup economy is rich with opportunity, innovation and potential. But at the same time, ... 7 Risks Every Entrepreneur Must Take https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/238319 Entrepreneur Oct 13, 2014 - Risk-taking is almost synonymous with entrepreneurship. To start and support your own business, you'll have to put your career, personal ... Risks of Starting Your Own Business - Family Education http://www.familyeducation.com/life/starting-business/risks-starting-your-own-business If you are thinking about starting your own business, make sure you are aware of the risks involved. 6 Commonly Overlooked Risks when Starting a New Business http://www.business2community.com/startups/6-commonly-overlooked-risks-when-starting-a-new-business-0158188#jIYyJITmuqKQK4Hf.97 Apr 3, 2012 - 6 Biggest Risks of Owning a Business. Personal Liability: For any small business owner, one lawsuit could potentially result in the loss of a ...
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Why Companies Need Risk Management
 
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To mitigate risk — the possibility that something unpleasant or unwelcome will happen — it's important for entities to have a thorough risk management strategy in place. Especially today, given the global economic picture and what it may eventually mean for business in the U.S. Economically speaking, we're not in Kansas anymore (if you think of Kansas as a calm, quiet state where you know what to expect). From an economic perspective, we have been picked up, swirled around hundreds of times by a violent tornado, and have now been put in a wild and unpredictable world created by the Federal Reserve. (For related reading, see: Why Would the Federal Reserve Change the Reserve Ratio?) What is Risk? This has completely changed the world of risk management. While risk management did play a role prior to the Financial Crisis of 2007-2008, it didn’t play nearly as big of a role as it does today. Back then, if an organization didn’t find a way to prevent or mitigate risk, it could still get back on track. This wouldn’t be a pleasant experience, but in most cases, there was no devastating blow. That is certainly not the case today. If an organization fails to prevent or at least mitigate risk via risk management strategies, it could very well fail. An unexpected risk, for example, like a cyber-threat could shut down an organization for several days, perhaps longer. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, if a company can’t resume business within ten days, it's not likely to survive. Despite that being the case, 75% of businesses today don’t have a plan in place for dealing with a cyber threat. (For more, see: The Evolution of Risk Management.) Enterprise risk management can be broken down in many different ways. While there are many different forms of risk management, insurance is the most important. Insurance helps prevent losses, and fewer losses equal higher profits. External, Internal Risks There are two types of risks to an organization. External risks are those that are uncontrollable by management. Examples include politics, interest Rates, and exchange rates. Internal risks — things like employee non-compliance and informational breaches — are considered in direct control of management. In regards to internal risks, if company leaders don't have risk management strategies in place, the firm will have considerable difficulty steering itself in the right direction. In order to solve this problem, there should be a dedicated risk management team, whether in-house or from an outsourced firm. The team will identify risks, develop solutions for dealing with them, execute strategies, and motivate all employees to implement risk management strategies when necessary. (For more, see: Why Risk Management Is Important.) All organizations big and small should have a risk management team in place, but the bigger the organization, the greater the likelihood of risks. Therefore, strategies must be more comprehensive in order
Prepare For Potential Small Business Risks
 
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Wells Fargo financial expert Shonda Gady discusses how to prepare for potential risks associated with small business ownership.To view over 15,000 other how-to, DIY, and advice videos on any topic, visit http://www.monkeysee.com/
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Risk Management: Social Media Liability for Business
 
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New York Business Insurance http://therubingroup.com/2012/12/risk-management-social-media-liability-for-businesses/ http://therubingroup.com/business-insurance-new-york/ Risk Management: Social Media Liability for Businesses Progressive recently settled a claim with a family whose daughter was killed in an auto accident. The victim's brother claimed that in an effort not pay the family the full claim amount, they actually defended the other driver in court. The situation is unique not only because of the unusual claims, but how the information reached the public. Matt Fisher, Katie Fisher's brother, detailed his accusations in a blog post. Social Media Liability is an extremely important topic, that many small businesses are unaware of. The post erupted in the news and sent thousands to the company's social media sites. More than 2,000 people took to Twitter to denounce the company. Over 1,000 tweeted they dropped Progressive as their insurer, and another 1,600 said they didn't want to do business with Progressive. All this occurred in a four day time period. Progressive settled the case with the family, but the negative publicity has raged on. The incident shows an increasing business liability risks as more companies integrate their businesses into social media realms. Social media allows companies to interact with their customers in real time. It is a great connective tool, educational resource, and way to build stronger relationships with customers. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and LinkedIn can help make your business more successful. It also exposes you to additional risks. Pictures, articles, and information can be shared immediately. The speedy delivery of information also increases a businesses' risk of court cases and publicity nightmares. It is a particularly unique risk for small to midsize business owners. Large businesses invest money, time, and training into their social media strategy. Small business owner simply don't have the resources, or the legal aid to handle a social media blooper that goes sour. Take the time to train your employees and develop a social media policy. Keep careful tabs on what you post, and how you interact with your customers. It will help you avoid headaches later down the road. At the Rubin Group, our New York agents/brokers are trained specialists in all types of Business insurance, both in New York and all across the nation. We have the expertise to understand your needs and can design a program that allows you to get the most for your insurance dollar. Contact us today for more information on our New York Business insurance programs. Call our office for more information.(877) 806-7239 http://therubingroup.com/
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Key risks to your organisation
 
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'Risks are things that may have an impact on achieving business objectives' is the definition that Peter Sierwald, Director of Phoenix Business Continuity Services gives to define risks in a business sense. Similar to his previous video tips, Peter uses a model to demonstrate stages of risk, and identify the difference between risk management and business continuity management.
Risk Management
 
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Managing risk is important. But it's also important to manage risk successfully if you hope to avoid the high costs associated with occupational injuries and claims. Some construction-related companies develop risk management programs using internal resources, but find the process difficult (and the results costly and unsatisfying). But others are finding success by outsourcing their entire human resources department (including RISK MANAGEMENT) to CLC, a Human Resources Outsourcing (HRO) company. With CLC you get access to a full-service risk management department featuring smart, experienced underwriters, loss-control specialists and claims managers. By providing most everything -- from return-to-work programs and drug testing to comprehensive claims review and litigation -- we can put a comprehensive shield around your organization, absorb risk on your behalf
Business Startup Risk Management
 
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When you hesitate to take risks, you think you're playing it safe. You're not. Someone else will capture the opportunities and squeeze you out!
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Small Business Resources - RegionsBankBusiness.com
 
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Regions Bank's had unveiled a new resource center for small business owners -- www.RegionsBankBusiness.com. The new small business resources website offers in-depth advice and information in areas important to small business owners, such as business management, financial management, risk management and human resource management.
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What Does a CFO Do, Risk Management & Governance
 
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http://GatewayCFO.com - In our continuing series detailing the CFO's role in a small business, we conclude with the final installment on "Risk Management and Governance." To some, risk management sounds nebulous. To others, it implies a conservative approach to business. Yet it does not have to be either. Risk management can be handled within a structured framework, even for small business, which can be utilized to assess potential risks according to your tolerance. Wikipedia defines "risk management" as the identification, assessment, and prioritization of risks followed by coordinated and economical application of resources to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and/or impact of unfortunate events or to maximize the realization of opportunities. More specifically, risk management can be broken down into a few areas. For one, determining the necessary and appropriate insurance coverages is a good place to start. Your CFO should help you weigh costs with potential risks. On a similar note, the CFO should oversee all human resources policies. By doing so, the CFO should be able to minimize potential liabilities. Furthermore, the CFO should manage the legal affairs of your company, and provide litigation support in a manner that minimizes potential liability. For some companies, interactions and coordination with attorneys can be an arduous task. Your CFO should help keep these costs to a minimum, and know when it's the right time to get the lawyers on the phone. It helps tremendously to have a CFO that has a strong legal background in your industry. Another area of great risk are your creditors and debtors. Assessing credit and counter-party risk is critical to ensuring that you don't rack up an unnecessary amount of bad debt write-offs and losses. Which of your suppliers could be in trouble, and what could the impact be on your business? If a supplier shuts down, what will be the impact? What are the company's internal credit risks? Is the company heading in a direction where it could become unbankable? All of these areas should be at the forefront of your CFO's responsibilities, to insure that your organization is effectively managing risk in a proactive manner. Thank you for following along in our "What Does a CFO Do" series, if you haven't seen the other videos in the series please visit our YouTube channel. Also stop by http://GatewayCFO.com to get your FREE copy of Cash Flow Clarity, a cash planning system that will finally allow you to get your cash flow under control, make more money, and regain your peace of mind.
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Risk Assessment Group, Inc. Small Business Information
 
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Risk Assessment Group, Inc. Helping You Build a Better Team.
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The Art and Science of Risk Management - What is Risk?
 
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How much risk to take is an important component in reaching your financial goals, and our job as your advisors is to help you manage that risk. Like this video? Stay tuned for more in this series. Private Ocean (www.privateocean.com) is a wealth management firm based in San Rafael that manages over $1 billion in assets. In 2017, Private Ocean was named Best Wealth Management Firm by North Bay Biz and has been named one of the Best Places to Work by The North Bay Business Journal and the San Francisco Business Times. Private Ocean works with senior executives, business owners and other affluent individuals with a minimum of $2 million to invest.
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The Hidden Costs of Running a Business
 
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When running a small business, it’s important to manage cash flow for constant payments when they’re due. Additionally, a small business must budget for hidden expenses and unexpected costs. While it’s important to ensure your business is prepared for unforeseen expenses, it’s crucial to stay protected with a New Jersey Small Business Insurance policy. According to an article in Small Business Trends, there are a few hidden costs that can quickly harm your business, unless you prepare for them. 1. Shrinkage. This refers to the reduction in inventory resulting from employee theft, shoplifting and administrative errors. A study has shown that retailers in the US lose $42 billion, annually. Though you can’t always avoid theft from happening, you can reduce this risk by implementing loss prevention practices. 2. Employee turnover. It’s inevitable. Employees leave and you must replace them. However, this comes with a cost. This can include contesting erroneous unemployment benefit claims, recruiting replacements and training. 3. Payroll taxes and benefits. Hiring a new employee comes with more than just the cost of the wage. Additional costs include employment taxes, workers’ compensation, and fringe benefits. 4. Legal fees. It’s been said that small businesses are often the victims of frivolous lawsuits. These lawsuits can set back small business owners. Having to pay fees, such as settlement costs and higher insurance premiums, could impede on a business’ profitability and efficiency. 5. Repairs and replacements. To avoid higher costs of repairs and buying new equipment to replace the old, annual maintenance costs should be accounted for. Take inventory of what is in stock, and assess regularly items that need to be purchased or repaired. At Associated Speciality Insurance Agency, we understand Workers’ Comp at all levels. We serve as both an asset to retail agents and markets, alike, and provide and maintain comprehensive Workers’ Comp solutions for all our clients. We strive to meet and exceed expectations and offer you coverage policies that are hard to beat. For more information, call us today at (866) 679 - 7457. http://www.asiaworkerscomp.com/hidden-costs-of-a-business/
Business Morning:  Expert Says Risk Management Is Prerequisite For Business success  Part2
 
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Effective enterprise risk management framework is a fundamental prerequisite for business success, a business consultant reiterated on Tuesday. In Nigeria, there's the risk of infrastructure challenges, change in government policies just to mention a few. The CEO, Deon Consulting Services, Mr Tom Olumoya, who was the guest on ‘Business Morning’, ‎said most businesses do not factor these risks into their planning and so ignore the possibility of being able to manage the situation and protect their investments. According to him, developing an effective risk and compliance management framework helps an organisation to take advantage of business opportunities as well as increase their competitive strength. He said this would go a long way in enlarging the coasts of business ventures and reduce the mortality rate of Small and Medium Enterprises, as it is an essential management tool for developing a strong business structure. For more information, visit www.channelstv.com
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Why Sustainability is a Smart Strategy for Small Business
 
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Why is sustainability a smart businesses strategy for small and medium enterprises? GreenLeaders DC contributor Norman Christopher discusses three key reasons. Visit our website at http://greenleadersdc.com Connect with GreenLeaders DC: FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/greenleadersdc Twitter: https://twitter.com/greenleadersdc LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/greenleaders-dc?trk=top_nav_home YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvTK0xzVoiJfPzpG6rDMsZQ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/1/105935346110277226775/about Sustainable business demands a focus on practical solutions. Small businesses, local economies, and green supply chains are great places to look for common sense ideas. Looking out over the marketplace and economy, one wonders whether practical approaches to sustainable business will both encourage and rally those in the private, public, and academic sectors. The following observations are the key areas of sustainability in which organizations are focusing: Resiliency planning, as the need for emergency preparedness and disaster management control systems take place due to volatile weather patterns and climate conditions. “Beyond Greening” strategies based on clean and disruptive technologies due to fewer “low hanging fruit” green environmental efficiency projects with longer payback periods. Many of these “beyond greening” products and services are being tailored for the nearly 3 billion global population that live at the “base of the pyramid” on $3-4 per day. Transparent sustainability assessment and reporting moving from determining short term eco-efficiencies to developing longer term value creation and the collective impact of economic, environmental, and social sustainability. Development of proactive sustainability risk management strategies that address compliance and constraints areas, contingency planning to “game changer” risk management strategies that ensure brand reputation and increased transparency among shareholders and stakeholders. Establishment of collaborations, working relationships, partnerships across the public, private, and academic sectors to address systemic sustainability issues such as quality of life, educational attainment, and poverty—“wicked problems of sustainability”. Growth of sustainable supply chain management best practices as producers, suppliers, service providers, and customers seek optimal performance across the “triple bottom line” of economic, social, and environmental sustainability in the global marketplace. The evolution of sustainability activities, events, and projects to a sustainable lifestyle and way of life, such as academic institutions seek to become “living learning laboratories” for faculty, staff, and students. The importance and development of a local and regional economy based upon clean technologies and new economy skillsets and sustainable development best practices. Practical sustainability and best practices are being embraced and embedded across many sectors and regions as a future platform for growth. Community Sustainability Partnerships continue to grow, whose mission is to help nurture and grow local sustainable communities. These observations lead most to believe that the future is promising and brighter for us all.
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0058 Skills to Pay he Bills on Risk Manage with SBA and First Financial Security, Inc.
 
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Anthony Ruiz, Assistant District Director/8(a) Programs for SBA, and Shirley Luu, First Financial Security Field Executive Chairman talk about the principles of risk management for small business owners, especially for those individuals who are considering business startups. Ten small business are in this video asking great questions to the subject matter experts. Part 2 will follow. You are watching Skills to Pay the Bills. The majority of our videos can be seen on You Tube on the Tijuana Young Channel. Thank you for watching and email me at skills2rock with your questions or comments.
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Small Business Fraud & Risks
 
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Small business risks for significant losses due to fraud continues to risk . With a small investment most risk can be mitigated which can safe the business.
TEC Leadership Webinar - Risk Management and Social Media
 
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Social media has been a hot business topic for a number of years, growing and changing how we communicate and share. Despite this growth a number of important business issues remain - issues that create risk for organisations and your role as a leader. These risks extend beyond reputation - the Australian Advertising Standards Board demonstrated this recently - there are now significant financial risks as government agencies start establishing legal precedent. As a leader what should you be considering? Are policies enough? What risks are you considering and how are these factored into your overall governance framework? The Executive Connection, Australia's leading CEO leadership group is pleased to present a leadership webinar on this very topic. Join social media expert Mark Parker and Gadens Lawyers partner John-Anthony Hodgens for an in-depth discussion on this important leadership issue. About The Presenters Mark Parker is an expert speaker and educator on social media, social commerce, and social business design. Based in Brisbane Mark advises clients across Australia and New Zealand on emerging trends, best practice, and risk mitigation around social media. John-Anthony heads Gadens' employment and safety practice in Brisbane and has spent many years serving as a trusted adviser to a broad range of corporate clients, providing legal advice on employment, occupational health and safety and industrial relations.
Views: 181 Mark Parker
CNC Audio Blog "Yes, Ergonomics Are Important!"
 
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Risk & Business Audio blog is an educational discussion of insurance and risk management topics for small business owners. The purpose is to present topics that can help small businesses have a better understanding of insurance and risk management. This audio blog is for informational purposes only and is not legal advice. No insurance coverage is bound
Views: 17 Gevinllc123
Identifying Liquidity Risk for Financial Stability
 
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Quantifi, OTC Partners and BlackRock discuss liquidity risk. This webinar will explore the importance of liquidity in the functioning of financial markets and the increasing regulatory pressures on buy side firms to ensure strong liquidity risk management practices are being carried out. Presenters Antonello Russo, Director- Risk Management, BlackRock Rahul Patel, Senior Business Consultant, Quantifi Sol Steinberg, Founding Principal, OTC Partners
Views: 239 Quantifi
Topics in Enterprise Risk Management - Loyola's Quinlan School of Business
 
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An interview with Betty Simkins - Finance Department, Oklahoma State University
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Michael Toma: Applying Risk Management In Trading | Trader Interview (040)
 
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Michael Toma: Applying Risk Management In Trading | Trader Interview (040) In episode 40 of the Desire To Trade Podcast, I interview Michael Toma, a futures trader who is also the author of The Risk of Trading: Mastering the Most Important Element in Financial Speculation. Michael has a very interesting perspective on risk management and he shares several highly actionable tips you can apply to your trading to make risk management part of your business. That will be very useful if you are looking to succeed in the long-run and live off trading. Cheat Sheet - Michael Toma - Three steps to proper risk management: Identify - Assess - Control. - The logic behind a stop loss - How and why to start small: this is the key if you want to succeed. - The quest to make money is very dangerous. - Results will guide your actions as a trader: you must see results before increasing your risk. - Dealing with compliance: track your compliance ratio. - Overcoming boredom trades: Identify - Assess - Control - Make a plan. - Reviewing your risks will help you a lot. - You need to make risk management part of your trading business. - And much more! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Get $20 FREE for your first stay with Airbnb: http://www.airbnb.ca/c/ecrete1 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Protecting your business - as seen on Kochie's Business Builders
 
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At NAB we’re committed to helping Australian business see more, not less. When it comes to running a business there is always some sort of risk involved. So risk management is vital. NAB Business's General Manager of Small Business David Bannantyne speaks to Kochie about the importance of regular reviews of your business risks and how particular insurances can help mitigate some of those risks. Visit www.nab.com.au/moreforbusiness for more tips, tools and advice. This segment aired on Kochie's Business Builders (Season 8, Episode 9) on Channel 7 on the 23rd of November 2014.
Views: 305 nab
Mark Cuban: Only Morons Start a Business on a Loan
 
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June 14 (Bloomberg) -- Entrepreneur Mark Cuban discusses the U.S. Economy and starting a business with Trish Regan at the Clinton Global Initiative in Chicago on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg) --Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg On Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart," hosts Trish Regan and Adam Johnson bring you the most important market news and analysis affecting the S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average, and the Nasdaq for your last trade of today and first trade for tomorrow. Broadcasting daily from Bloomberg TV's headquarters in New York, this business news show centered around the closing bell on New York exchanges, is targeted to provide the best analysis of the day's leading market headlines with a mix of original reporting, earnings news and expert sourcing from Wall Street's sharpest options traders, equity strategists and company analysts. Trish Regan and Adam Johnson provide actionable insight on the capital markets daily with regular segments such as "Chart Attack," depicting likely market moves before they happen, and "Insight & Action" which explains original trading ideas that can make you money. In addition, "Street Smart" is filled with breaking news, political analysis, and market-moving interviews with exclusive guests such billionaire investor Carl Icahn, hedge fund titan Bill Ackman, automaker Elon Musk and more. "Street Smart" broadcasts at 3-5pm ET/12-2pm PT. For a complete compilation of Street Smart videos, visit: http://www.bloomberg.com/video/street-smart/ Watch "Street Smart" on TV, on the Bloomberg smartphone app, on the Bloomberg TV + iPad app or on the web: http://bloomberg.com/tv Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
Views: 3812972 Bloomberg
10 TIPS FOR STARTING YOUR OWN BUSINESS in 2017
 
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Do you want to start your own business? Then, watch 10 Business tips for starting your own business. Every Young Entrepreneurs must need to aware with these 10 business. Get Two Free Audiobooks - http://amzn.to/25Ntiq5 Join our Young Entrepreneurs Forum - http://www.youngentrepreneursforum.com/ #youngentrepreneursforum Hello all Young Entrepreneurs. I hope you all are fine. Welcome to starting your own business tips for young entrepreneurs. If you are looking for starting your own small business or self employed individual services then, this video helps you to get success in business. In this video, You get everything about small business, self employed individuals, employers, professional, home business, internet business and independent contractors. Also, I've covered all tips which helps you to gain your business growth before starting your own business. Business Term Wiki - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business I've collected some tips by Steve Tobak which is author and managing partner of Invisor consulting. So, I hope it helps you too.. Popular Videos of the Week. How To Start an Online Business - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCtQu77hUgI Are you an Entrepreneur by Kevin D Johnson - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b21ytawAUVU Top 40 Small Business Ideas in India - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_IvoZQkcgs 5 Questions Before Starting Your Own Business - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKNkauKgRLw How to Start Bookkeeping For Small Business - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDMOfUWypgA Young Entrepreneurs Success Story Guide - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7wZogQhmFE 1. If problems or things aren't going well, then you've to focus on yourself. Because many times you get problem in your efforts. 2. You've to be clear on your ideas, thoughts, decissions and ability to say yes or no. 3. Customers are the king of your business. So, you've to listen all demands on your customers. 4. You must have idea about when and when not to be transparent. 5. You've to trust your gut. 6. You've to protect and defend your business with your intellectual property. 7. You've to smart and powerful to read & write effective business agreements. 8. Make sure, you've all information about your finances inside and out. Video Music Credit - Walk In The Park by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
Professional Liability Risk Management
 
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With the increasingly litigious society of today, employers are consistently finding themselves defending against professional liability claims, even if unfounded. A lawsuit against any type of business, no matter the size, can be financially devastating, as the employer will have to pay defense fees, legal costs, and of course a settlement or damages if they are found guilty of the alleged claim. Of course, there is no fool-proof way for your clients to avoid professional liability claims, but they can protect themselves financially with the right insurance policy. Also, having an adequate professional liability risk management strategy in place could help them mitigate their losses. So what is professional liability risk management? Many employers mistakenly assume that this is simply insuring themselves against loss, and that no further steps need to be taken. While professional liability insurance is essential to any business that provides services or advice for a fee, employers need to identify, measure, and treat their professional liability exposures as well. The first, and most important, step to take in a risk management program is to identify all risks. Without taking this step, there is no framework on which to build the basis of the employer’s program. With your help, your client should thoroughly evaluate their practice, areas of specialization, and their client base. It may also be wise to consult with an attorney during this process. The next step in the process involves quantifying risks. Do risks occur frequently, but cause relatively small financial losses? Or are risks rare, but financially catastrophic when they do happen? Highest priority should be given to those risks that have both the most frequency and the most severity. Second priority should be given to infrequent but possibly catastrophic risks. Lastly, for small but frequent losses, while an employer shouldn’t spend too much time focusing on these risks, they should consider ways to manage and/or finance them. The final step for employers to follow when it comes to professional liability risk management is to treat professional liability risk. This can be done by eliminating the risk-producing activity so the risk no longer exists. If this isn’t possible, using loss prevention techniques to reduce risk will be necessary. Most loss prevention tools and techniques will involve practice management and quality control within your clients’ business. PLRisk Advisors is a leading wholesale insurance brokerage covering the Professional Liability market. Our team of seasoned professionals has the depth and breadth of knowledge to help our agency partners secure the best quality coverage for their clients. Please contact us today at (855) 403-5982 for more information about how we can help you serve your clients in various professions. http://www.plrisk.com/blog/professional-liability-risk-management-employers-steps/
Views: 105 PL Risk
Essential Orlando Business Insurance Coverages
 
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Insurance coverage might not be the first thing you think about as an entrepreneur, but it is one of the most important business strategies you will ever encounter. Just as a strong business plan and mission statement can help keep your business focused and on track, the right risk management strategy can help protect Orlando businesses from the various hazards they may encounter along the road to success. Orlando financial planningThe sad truth is that most small businesses fail not for lack of effort, but for lack of proper planning and experiences. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, only about half of all small business start-ups survive the first five years or more and roughly one-third survive 10 years or more. Poor financial planning and management are two of the largest factors in business failure. There is a lot that can go wrong for a small business and many business owners are financially and tactically ill-equipped to navigate unexpected challenges as they emerge. Any endeavor is accompanied by risk; some are simply more dangerous than others. Even the smallest of business functions have some risk involved. For example, even hiring a new employee comes with a certain set of risks to which a business is now subject. The new addition brings a slightly greater likelihood of a workplace injury and other concerns, which could cause challenges for the employer. It is also important to note that not all risk exposures are in the business owner’s control, many outside factors can dramatically affect a business, such as weather and natural disasters. There are a few basic commercial insurance coverage options that every Central Florida business should acquire to mitigate the risks of business operation. Workers Compensation Workers compensation coverage is designed to help protect businesses from the financial consequences of workplace injuries. Workplace accidents account for thousands of injuries and fatalities a year and can have devastating effect for small businesses. One small accident can result in medical expenses, legal fees and a host of other complications which can put small businesses in financial ruin without the proper protection. According to Florida state law, all businesses with four or more employees, full-time or part-time, are required to carry workers compensation insurance. Corporate officers do count as employees unless specifically exempt under the owner exemption policies. Additionally, all construction operations must carry workers compensation unless the business owners have exemptions and there are no additional employees. General Liability Insurance General Liability insurance is designed to protect business owners from the financial impact of legal complications. Lawsuits have become so commonplace in American that businesses can be held accountable for everything from bodily injury and property damage to allegations of defamation and false advertising. These policies typically protect against settlements, judgments, defense and other fees amassed as a result of a legal complaint. Commercial Property Coverage In order to protect business property from damages, theft, breakdown and a host of other threats, businesses should acquire a commercial property policy designed specifically to fit the nuances of their business. Property insurance covers everything related to the loss and damage of a company’s property due to a wide-variety of events such as fire, wind, storms, and even vandalism. Depending on how a policy is written, the definition of property can be pretty broadened to incorporate buildings, electronics, documents, even cyber data and more. There are a wide variety of property inclusions such as commercial auto and equipment breakdown coverage that are available to ensure that all of your businesses physical assets are properly accounted for in any situation. Understanding all the risks you and your business face can be overwhelming and finding the right protection takes intimate knowledge of the risks you face. Most small businesses don’t have the expertise to fully evaluate these risks on their own. Working with a local Orlando insurance agency to better understand the exposures faced by your specific industry can be a huge advantage for any small business. For help planning or improving your risk management strategy, give us a call today at (407) 859-3691. http://www.newmancraneins.com/2014/07/essential_orlando_business_insurance/
Views: 4 NewmanCrane
Financial Risks of Starting a Business | Business Startup 1.0
 
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Financial Risks are most important factor in business. Financial Risks of Starting a Business in 2017. Business Startup 1.0 Full Course - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_n-mGsh4hA&index=1&list=PL1O57nCUQ-e8iSB9CfCtGlgkm4_4Z6ipu 1. Market Risk - Analyze your market before you start your new project. Because there is many possibility to drop down present market for particular product price. 2. Inflation or Purchasing Power Risk - This is the major risks you get when you start new business in tough stution. 3. Interest rate risk - Sometime we have to face this risk to grow our business. 4. Shortfall Risk - Due to some festivals or public stricks we can get shortfall risks. So, it is depends on our luck too. 5. Special Situation risk - Due to some personal issues or family issues. 6. Liquidity Risk - The constant flow of money will stopped due to several issues in our business. 7. Political Risk - Due to change of government rules and elections we have to face some ricks. 8. Societal risk - Due to many missleading concepts of public and some special days. 9. Timing Risk - If you can't complete your project in particular time frame then, you have to face this type of risk. 10. Credit risk - Don't have money to go forward! Or have lots of work but, don't have capital to invest in business. So, this risk is also consider as financial risk of starting a business. So, thanks for watching these 10 financial risks of starting a business. Also, share your comments on Business Startup 1.0 course.
How To Stop IT Projects Failing - Business risk management
 
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Know what you really really really want from the project ! Managing business risks better positiveriskmanagement,com
Views: 103 BusinessRiskTV
Operation Risk - HR strategy for small business
 
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Join us for a chat with Natasha Hawker from Employee Matters as we explore strategies to protect your small business against HR related risks.
Views: 43 Momentum Lab
Risky Business -- The Business of Risk
 
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There is an element of risk -- either to ourselves or to others -- in almost everything we do. By deciding to go to the grocery store, for example, we take a (very small) risk of getting into a car accident. Many risks are acceptable, of course, but how do we know when a risk is worth taking? The most important decisions, after all, are often risky ones. What about risks to others' welfare? How do we, and should we, take risk into account when we make decisions? John and Ken take their chances with Lara Buchak from UC Berkeley, author of "Risk and Rationality." More at http://philosophytalk.org/shows/risky-business-business-risk
Views: 486 Philosophy Talk
Strengthening the Culture of Accountability, Transparency, and Risk Management
 
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Accountability, transparency and risk management are all very important concepts in the work that humanitarian organisations do. By operating with accountability and transparency, and by taking proactive risk management measures, we help build and maintain that trust that allows us to save lives and change minds. It helps us to improve the lives of vulnerable people from around the world by mobilizing the power of humanity. This short video explains these important concepts one by one and was first introduced in a workshop during the November 2013 General Assembly to help participants define these concepts to facilitate discussion and debate.
Views: 4223 IFRC
Restaurant Start up Mistakes: How to open a Restaurant
 
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In order to open a restaurant, bar, café, nightclub or bakery business successfully, you must first select the right location. So many restaurant startups fail before they even get open. Sure a restaurant business plan is important, but the one factor I see missing from most plans is the 5 most important factors in their location. In today’s video, I will share with you my 3 tips for pick the perfect location for your restaurant, pizza business, café, bakery or bar. FREE RESTAURANT TRAINING TIPS: Foundation to a Lifetime of Restaurant Success http://TheRestaurantBoss.com MORE FREE RESTAURANT TRAINING TIPS: The 5 Factors that ALL Success Restaurant MUST Master http://RestaurantProfitandPerformance.com SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=gromfinboss At The Restaurant Boss, I post weekly training tips for restaurants and bar’s. Tips range from food and labor cost, to restaurant specific marketing and management. I welcome you to check it out and sign up for my FREE video training series. MORE GREAT VIDEOS https://www.youtube.com/user/gromfinboss LET’S CONNECT! FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/TheRestaurantBoss TWITTER: https://twitter.com/RyanGromfin INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/ryangromfin Please be sure to like this video and leave your comments or questions below as well as share this video with your friends, co-workers and other restaurant owners, managers and operators. I promise to respond to every comment or question! Thank you, Ryan Gromfin The Restaurant Boss http://TheRestaurantBoss.com
Views: 405844 The Restaurant Boss
Personnel Risk & Risk management El Camino in Class rap MC 2LoNg
 
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my name is eng long and im gonna to flow going with the beat ima let you know my first topic is personal riskx3 this directly effects employees and the businesses these include things like poor health, insufficient retirement income and premature death we all except to die someday but definitely not in a premature way so preventions like life insurance and also living a healthy life will do you right poor health is next it ranges from mild to serious and its obvious for employee and employer to arrange protection for big bills like hospitalization and surgeries such things as health insurance is a good prevention word from the wise its really important for you to listen to what is next insufficient retirement income my advice is don't be a victim there are personal savings employer funded retirement programs and social security income is a surety if you plan for these there are 5 steps to risk managementx3 topic number two let me break it down to you preserving asset is what its meant to do step 1 is to identify understand the risk its essential that you're aware of this methods like questionnaires and insurance policies is a really great way to rein-enforce this step 2 is evaluating risks this is something you don't want to miss it's important to understand the potential size then you definitely want to categorize from risks that are mild to extreme in size step 3 would be to select methods to manage risk so far you know they exist theres risk financing and risk control telling you that there are two approaches is my only goal my group member angela will tell you more when she gets up and goes steps 4 mission is to implement the decision this step calls for a plan of precision either by purchasing some insurance or setting funds a side could mean the different between a firm that thrives to a company that dies last and final step is to review the risk and evaluate the old disappear and the new arise better change up now or you'll be surprise and that wraps it up.
Views: 83 spyderman77
How to Manage Risk
 
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Risk management is vital for any trader. It is often the difference between success and failure in the long term. If you don’t account for and manage your trading risk appropriately, you are very likely to fail. Risk management forms a key part of an overall trading plan, and in this video IG’s Sara Walker walks you through some of the basic elements of a risk management strategy. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Watch more educational videos - http://bit.ly/EducationPlaylist Try our Demo Platform - http://bit.ly/SingaporeDemoAccount ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Investopedia: The process of identification, analysis and either acceptance or mitigation of uncertainty in investment decision-making. Essentially, risk management occurs anytime an investor or fund manager analyses and attempts to quantify the potential for losses in an investment and then takes the appropriate action (or inaction) given their investment objectives and risk tolerance. Inadequate risk management can result in severe consequences for companies as well as individuals. For example, the recession that began in 2008 was largely caused by the loose credit risk management of financial firms. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: The comments in this video are intended by IG Asia Pte Ltd for general circulation. It does not take into account the specific investment objectives, financial situation or particular needs of any particular person. You should take into account your specific investment objectives, financial situation or particular needs before making a commitment to trade, including seeking advice from an independent financial adviser regarding the suitability of the investment, under a separate engagement, as you deem fit. Please also read our research disclaimer at http://www.ig.com/sg/research-disclaimer.
Views: 2158 IG Singapore
Why Athletx Chose ADP to help more effectively manage their talent, cash and risk.
 
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Athletx CEO, Jim Haddaway, and Executive Vice President, Chuck Haddaway, provide insight as ADP clients on the cash, talent and risk management challenges their small business faces and the role ADP plays in providing solutions, as well as how they plan on using ADP's expertise to help stay compliant for the Affordable Care Act. Athletx provides youth baseball tournaments for competitive young players in 9 and under to 14 and under travel leagues.
Views: 374 ADP
The Art and Science of Risk Management - Inflation
 
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Inflation is an important type of risk that affects most of us and contributes to the chances of not meeting our financial goals. Like this video? Stay tuned for more in this series. Private Ocean (www.privateocean.com) is a wealth management firm based in San Rafael that manages over $1.6 billion in assets. In 2017, Private Ocean was named Best Wealth Management Firm by North Bay Biz and has been named one of the Best Places to Work by The North Bay Business Journal and the San Francisco Business Times. Private Ocean works with senior executives, business owners and other affluent individuals with a minimum of $2 million to invest.
Views: 58 Private Ocean
Business Financing for Small Business - Leadership programs
 
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http://www.eloc.com. Irvine Ca, 92619. Purchase TODAY Ultimate Guide on "business financing" for your business. This is a leadership development training program written by Business Consultant & Risk management Coach - Wm Cole Smith. This book provides a step by step tips and techniques for getting business financing loans, Business Accounts Receivables, Merchant services and much more. This leadership training series covers a great deal of vital business credit building requirements to find small business lending opportunities. You will want to keep this ebook at your fingertips so you can use it as an ongoing resource as you continuing building your business loan goals.
Views: 37 elocsports