Jennifer Lobb

Jennifer Lobb

Jennifer is a alum of the University of Denver. While in the graduate program there, she enjoyed spending time identifying ways in which non-profits and small businesses could develop into strong and profitable organizations that while promoting strong community growth. She also enjoys finding unique ways for freelancers and start-up businesses to reach and expand their goals.

Articles by Jennifer Lobb

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Handling Employee Vacation Requests for Summer

Summer is well within view, and for millions of Americans, that means securing vacation time will become a top priority …

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How to Keep Your Business Relevant in a Competitive Hiring Market

Looking for top talent? Join the club. Hiring has become an ultra-competitive sport, with a talent shortage emerging as a …

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How to Handle an Office Move: 8 Things You Can Do to Increase Efficiency

Moving can be an exciting milestone for any business owner, especially if the move is designed to support or encourage …

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How to Keep Up With Wage Increases

The minimum wage debate has been on the radar of workers, politicians and government officials for quite some time now, …

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7 Tips to Track Mileage and Expenses for Your Small Business

Tracking expenses can feel like a full-time job, especially if your business requires daily purchases or frequent travel expenditures. But …

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Business Lessons From the Last Blockbuster Ever

Want to watch a movie this weekend? If you agreed, it’s likely we’d sit down, grab a remote, and start …

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7 Secret Tax Write-Offs for Your Small Business

Maybe you already filed your taxes and are wondering, “did I take advantage of every possible deduction?” Or, perhaps you’re …

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6 Major Companies that Began as Mom-and-Pop Shops

It seems that our love of celebration has yielded a “day” for everything under the sun. From National Squirrel Day …

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Business Credit Cards that Report to TransUnion

Opening a business credit card is often considered to be a wise step, as it can help you build credit, …