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So, you want to open your own manufacturing business? The best thing that you can do is as much research as possible on how to make your manufacturing company a success, and that does take an awful lot of research! You need to do as much as you can to integrate technology into your business, and the best reason is because technology will make your manufacturing business successful.


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Free publicity should never be turned down. However, there are plenty of business owners who might not be the best at recognizing an opportunity for some of that sweet PR that drives up your business’s reputation, its brand awareness and, in turn, the revenue built. Here are some of the PR opportunities that you should be willing to both recognize and create from scratch.


As a business owner, you are going to be faced with a lot of decisions to make in your quest for business success. One of the hardest choices to make as a leader is when it comes to choosing the right suppliers for your company. For some, it’s easy as it means getting in touch with friends and family to help rather than having to go through the process of getting to know suppliers once more. 


You own a business and so you should know that the only way to gain any traction and success is to talk about it. But when was the last time you talked about your business to anyone? When was the last time you totally bragged about what it is you can offer? There are plenty of network marketing bigwigs that have no problem talking about their business to anyone and at any time, but that’s not the case for everyone.

Business events can be nerve wracking things, especially if you’re not used to putting yourself out there. You’re taking yourself and your business off to a conference or trade show where it’s going to be scrutinised by every single person that walks by, and you’re supposed to be able to accept that, and work with it? 



It’s no stretch to say that the last 90 days have been the most unique and challenging in my 30+ year career at NBM. NBM remained open when the rest of New England closed to ensure our essential customers had field equipment service, remote IT support, and supply fulfillment, especially in the healthcare, law enforcement, legal, and…


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