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This post was originally featured on ScoreNYC Photo by Asia Chang on Unsplash If you told every business owner in the largest market in the country that they could reduce long-term expenses, improve their company’s image, and take advantage of cutting-edge technology to improve the environment with one simple conversion, you’d probably be hard-pressed to hear the word “no.” Which is why it’s a little surprising that New York’s skyscrapers aren’t dotted with solar arrays by now. Sure, solar power has been more widely adopted than ever before, but too many business ...

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This post was originally featured on ScoreNYC A lot of folks have the entrepreneurial spirit. Yet many never see it through. According to a Gallup survey, potential entrepreneurs don’t take the plunge for a variety of reasons. They worry about a steady income, lack personal savings, or fear failure. A staggering 49% say they don’t start a companybecause they don’t know where to start. What can address these concerns is a way to start small and generate reliable income. Here’s a list of low-barrier to entry business ideas that can prove fruitful with the right plan. 1. ...

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This post was originally featured on ScoreNYC Getting a start — and getting ahead — in urban real estate requires several business and emotional skills that aren’t taught in the licensing exam. I’ve been fortunate to get to know all sorts of people in my career, from politicians and celebrities to business people and families. To be a successful realtor for all these types, you have to adjust to account for their personal communication styles while also making sure they get the home they want. This is harder than it might first seem, because people aren’t always clear even ...

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