Guiding Your Growing Business: Tips For Evaluating A Potential Acquisition

Posted on: 24 July 2016
For any business owner, that first acquisition is exciting, but often also intimidating. Acquiring another company can be a major deal for any business, and if you are new to the process, you might be wondering what's ahead. The first thing you should do is develop a competitive analysis. It's an evaluation of the company that you're thinking about acquiring, and it allows you to see their current market, the potential for growth and any concerns you might have about competition.
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What Certifications Should Your Maritime Security Firm Hold?

Posted on: 5 July 2016
If you are considering the use of a Private Military and Security Company (PMSC) to assist in protecting your shipping cargo from piracy and terrorism, you may have found that many top companies claim to hold several national and international certifications. Sorting through which certifications are important, which are simply nice to have, and which don't impact you at all can be confusing. Here's a quick guide to what certifications prove and what each of the most popular ones tells you about the company that holds it.
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Four Things To Do When You Are Running Out Of Room On Your Box Truck Rental

Posted on: 16 June 2016
If you are moving and packing up your box truck, you may be in a rush to get the packing over with. One of the worst feelings during packing is realizing that you are running out of room on the truck for the rest of your boxes. Here are four ways to deal with running out of room on your moving truck.  1. Add a small trailer  The best thing about a box van is that the towing capacity is decent.
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Safely And Legally Moving Across State Lines With Firearms

Posted on: 27 May 2016
Many moving companies have a list of items they absolutely will not handle, and firearms are typically at the top. This can put gun owners moving long-distance to other states in a bit of a bind, because they can easily get themselves into legal hot water or accidentally injure someone if they move their firearms the wrong way. Here's what you need to know to safely and legally move your guns from one state to another.
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