New to Food Shipping? Tips for Packing with Dry Ice
If you're starting a new direct-mail food-delivery business, the packing materials you use for shipping are important. If you are shipping perishables, you'll want to invest in dry ice so that you can keep things cold. Since dry ice doesn't melt to liquid, it won't saturate the contents of the package like traditional ice will. Here's a look at what you need to know about packaging foods with dry ice for shipping.
3 Quick Tips To Keep Your Funeral Costs To A Minimum
The thought of dying worries nearly everyone. This fear can quickly be exacerbated when you factor in the cost of funerals nowadays – it is estimated that the average funeral costs between $8000 and $10000 dollars. Nobody wants to leave their family behind with a mountain of debt, so it's understandable that you'd want to keep funeral costs at a minimum in order to give your family more of their inheritance.
Need A Little More Office Space? You Might Find Some In A Storage Unit!
Running a business from a storage unit seems like a crazy idea, but more and more small business owners are turning to this option in order to bridge the gap between working from home and renting a full-fledged office space. If your business is still growing and you can't contain it in your garage or home office anymore, it might be time to consider upsizing in a way that's still affordable enough for you to handle at this stage in your career.
3 Storefront Sign Pitfalls To Avoid
Few moments in an entrepreneur's life pack the sheer thrill of seeing that very first storefront sign go up. Now you're really ready for business -- or are you? Innocent errors in design or placement can turn even the most impressive-looking storefront signs into wasted investments. Here are three pitfalls to watch out for. 1. Colors That Send the Wrong Signals You may have already established your official company colors in your logo, but you still have some control over which colors and color combinations you choose for the foreground, background, and details of your storefront sign.