A Restaurant’s Sales Pitch: Know Your Lobster
August 30, 2016 - Jennifer Friedman, CMO of Wolters Kluwer's BizFilings discusses how a vertical integration strategy helps restaurant owners maintain control and consistency from their supply chain.
What Can Family Business Owners Legally Pay Their Kids?
August 2, 2016 - The IRS has made changes to the way kids are paid when they work for family businesses. A recent court case provides guidance and highlights the challenges business owners face when paying their children. An article by Jennifer Friedman, CMO of Wolters Kluwer's BizFilings.
A Boston Food Truck Startup Guide
July 28, 2016 - Jennifer Friedman, CMO of Wolters Kluwer's BizFilings discusses the key steps you need to take to be successful if you're planning on starting a food truck business.
4 Tips to Protect Your Business from Mail Scams
June 2, 2016 - Computer hackers aren’t the only ones targeting small business owners. Increasingly, “snail mail” postal scams pose a significant threat as well. An article by Jennifer Friedman, CMO of Wolters Kluwer's BizFilings.
Selling to the Selfie Generation
May 27, 2016 - Marketers Are Finding Creative Ways to Tap Into the "Selfie Generation." An article by Jennifer Friedman, CMO of Wolters Kluwer's BizFilings and Mike Calvo, founder of ChocolateMemories, LLC.
Expert Interview with Jennifer Friedman on Incorporating Online
Feb 22, 2015 - BizFilings specializes in helping businesses incorporate online and helping them flourish. Jennifer Friedman, CMO of the small business segment of CT and BizFilings, answered Mint's questions about why a business needs to incorporate digitally and provided information on how to do so.
Hot Tips for Online Incorporation
September 15, 2009 - BizFilings’ General Manager, Karen Kobelski, talks to Crain’s New York Business.com about hot tips for online incorporation.
Incorporate Online to Save Money
July 8, 2009 - In an article in BusinessWeek, Karen Kobelski, BizFilings' General Manager, discusses how many entrepreneurs plan for the obvious startup costs like advertising, furniture, and equipment, but spend more money than necessary when incorporating their businesses.