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As an entrepreneur, you always need to stay aware of opportunities to grow your small business. The key to success is revenue, and the key to managing revue is turning it into a profit. Understand that the more capital you are able to invest in your business, the greater your potential for success.

Many small business owners consider capital only in terms of financial assets. Cash, obviously is the most commonly cited financial asset. Time and energy are capital for a small business, as any owner will tell you. Be aware of needs within your area, or even online. Is there some way that you can invest capital into your business in order to meet a current or growing need? One of the things that you could consider is offering to share merchant accounts or credit card processing fees with another small business owner.There are many things to consider when you opt to share these types of resources. In order to make that happen, you need to make sure that you have top quality merchant accounts and credit card processing. You must review your options very carefully and ensure that your revenue stream is protected. Credit card transaction costs can be expensive, which means you need to find the right processor for your small business. Depending on the volume of transactions, you may find that accepting all of the different card options is not cost-effective. This is why many businesses only accept a few types of cards.

Remember, your revenue stream is the most important thing you business has. You need to make sure that you are investing enough of that revenue into the right types of efforts in order to grow your small business. Take the time to get to know other small business owners, work to identify and solve local issues and invest in your business. These three things will make growing your business easier than you might expect. The key is getting your business out there into the community, forming relationships and partnerships and finding mutually beneficial solutions for your business and the businesses of others.