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Know Your Options: Why Medical Mutual and COSE’s New Health Benefit Option Might Make Sense For Your Business

As a business owner, it’s important to know you have options to help grow your business. That’s why Medical Mutual—a long-time supporter of small businesses across Northeast Ohio—has partnered with the Council of Smaller Enterprises to present a new health benefit option for small business that is centered on the belief that small businesses should be able to provide the same benefits as a large company.

Nicole Stika
Energy News

Electricity Outlook to Decline Through 2040

Nicole Stika |

Residential and commercial electricity usage is expected to decline through 2040, according to a report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. This is due in large part to energy efficiency improvements that are expected to exceed demand increases for energy. For example, the report cites that solar energy capacity is expected to grow through 2040. The study also finds that solar energy capital costs will decline through that time period, making such efficiency projects easier to take on.

Webinars and Podcasts

Anatomy of a Perfect Job Posting

From an enticing headline to a perfectly worded job description to the expert delivery of your ad, CareerBoard President Richard Padgett explains how to get the most bang for your buck when it comes to writing job ads.

Sales and Marketing

Lesson Learned: Have an Exit Strategy

The COSE Strategic Planning Course offers small business owners invaluable advice on a range of subjects to help them grow their business. We asked some recent graduates of the program what their takeaways from the course were and during the next several weeks, we’ll be relating to you their insights. Today’s “lesson learned” comes from Tony Skerski of Transaction Realty, who talked about the benefit of having an exit strategy for your business. 

Sante Ghetti
Advocacy News

Governor proposes biennium budget

Sante Ghetti |

The state budget process begins every two years with a spending proposal from the Governor of Ohio.  Governor Kasich unveiled his proposal earlier today in Columbus.