"You can be smart, you can be sophisticated, but to be successful, you have to b-savvy!"
Business owners wear many hats. We are usually experts in one field, and often fly by the seat of our pants in other areas of our businesses. To some degree, common challenges to all businesses include cash flow, employee retention, product development, marketing, sales, and...the list goes on. The goal of B-Savvy is to offer a "safe-haven" for the open discussion of the challenges facing every entrepreneur.
We want B-Savvy Magazine to become the venue that facilitates the sharing of information, ideas, concepts, knowledge and experiences while fostering an attitude that supports the Entrepreneurial Spirit of the local business community. Our hope is that our editorial content is relative to all business owners as they start, grow and maintain their healthy businesses.
We are not the experts. We are simply facilitators who put you in contact with the experts within our own community. There will be times when you, our website visitor, may be the expert, at other times the expert may be your neighboring business...or the one across town. These pages, are a forum that has been created to connects small and big business to make our community businesses strong and more successful.
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“You can be smart, you can be sophisticated, but to be successful in business, you have to be savvy.”
B-SAVVY Magazine, “Practical Solution for Business Success” is a business to business publication whose goal is to share information, ideas and concepts within the regional business community. Editorial content supports the Entrepreneurial Spirit with articles relating to the challenges faced by business owners as they start, grow and maintain a healthy business climate.
Business owners wear many hats. They are usually experts in one field, and often fly by the seat of their pants in other areas of their business. To some degree, common challenges to all businesses include cash flow, employee retention, product development, marketing and sales. B-SAVVY offers a “safe-haven” for the open discussion of challenges facing every entrepreneur.
Readers are invited to share thoughts, ideas, stories, successes, failures and other business concerns through the Magazine, its Social Media sites, networking events or other venues offered through the B-SAVVY business entity.
As summer fades and the days become shorter, we look forward to the fall season. Seasonal changes are nature’s way of balancing the annual flow of life.
Fall is a time that ushers in a new season for business – a push for fourth quarter profits. The holiday season highlights the last quarter of the year. It is a challenging time for all businesses.
Your Company PC: A Hacker’s Paradise
The Internet is a dangerous place. It is used by modern criminals to launch cyber-attacks on unprotected businesses. From ransomware to phishing to fraudulent transactions, hackers are looking to access your files and steal confidential data.
Business schools vs trade schools: Not mutually exclusive
Over the last few years the rising cost of college education and student debt has generated a lot of heated discussion. In this climate of anxiety, trade schools or vocational/technical (vo-tech) schools have emerged as alternatives to traditional colleges.
CHAFFEE CROSSING: A COMMUNITY ON THE RISE
In the late 1970s and early 1980s a man named Andres Duany and his architectural partners formulated the principles of new urbanism. These principles seek to end suburban sprawl and urban disinvestment by developing mixed-use, smart growth communities that encompass all aspects of life within walkable neighborhoods.
Downtown Business Association: New face promoting Fort Smith
A new organization of local businesses was born just after the first of this year. The Fort Smith Downtown Business Association LLC, or FSDBA, brings together the development and promotion of local services, shopping, entertaining, and dining, along with the history and values of the community’s traditions.
Shaping a Healthy Business through Healthy Employees
An important program for industry is preventive maintenance for facilities and machinery. Preventive maintenance programs accomplish more than the routine servicing of equipment.
3 Benefits of an Online Store
While a "No soup for you!" attitude might get laughs on the old Seinfeld shows, the real world is a different place. Berating customers won’t bring you more. Long lines of customers are more frequently due to good customer service, and this can lead to more sales.