Author Archive for Maxime Rieman

  1. CoverWallet Announces Partnership with Starr Companies and Industry Legend Hank Greenberg

    CoverWallet is excited to announce that we’ve partnered with Starr Companies to develop new online insurance products for small businesses. As a leading international insurance company, Starr will be combining its industry expertise with CoverWallet’s cutting-edge technological solutions in order to reach a broader market. Launched in early 2016, CoverWallet combines data, design, and technology […]

  2. Small Business Story: Luzerne Lumber Company Thrives by Avoiding Injuries and Lawsuits

    The CoverWallet Small Business Scholarship encourages entrepreneurship in students by asking them to take on the perspective of a local small business owner. Students share their perspective on the opportunities and challenges faced by a business in their community. Student: Sarah Knappman, Penn State University, Eberly College of Science Small Business: Luzerne Lumber Company Is it impartial to […]

  3. Small Business Story: Fresh Market Coffee Faces Intense Local Competition

    The CoverWallet Small Business Scholarship encourages entrepreneurship in students by asking them to take on the perspective of a local small business owner. Students share their perspective on the opportunities and challenges faced by a business in their community. Student: Brooke Rennie, Navarro College Small Business: Fresh Market Coffee As a student, I am constantly trying […]

  4. How Small Businesses Can Become More Bankable & Evaluate Funding Options

    In today’s Small Business Q&A, CoverWallet spoke with Bryan Doxford, Senior Vice President and Program Manager of Community Lending at Excelsior Growth Fund (EGF), an affiliate of New York Business Development Corporation (NYBDC), to discuss key steps small businesses can take to become more bankable. There are lots of alternative financing options that small business owners […]

  5. Small Business Story: The Scratch Sandwich Company’s Potential for Greatness

    The CoverWallet Small Business Scholarship encourages entrepreneurship in students by asking them to take on the perspective of a local small business owner. Students share their perspective on the opportunities and challenges faced by a business in their community. Student: Nicole Cabral, New England College of Business and Finance Small Business: Scratch Sandwich Company Not too […]

  6. Small Business Story: Spiritual Journey’s Challenges in Driving Business

    The CoverWallet Small Business Scholarship encourages entrepreneurship in students by asking them to take on the perspective of a local small business owner. Students share their perspective on the opportunities and challenges faced by a business in their community. Student: Megan Levenberg, Palm Beach State College, Boca Raton Campus Small Business: Spiritual Journey In Coral Springs, […]

  7. Small Business Guide to Accounting Software

    There are a number of accounting software packages on the market that can make the process for small businesses less of a headache. But selecting the right one for your business can seem tricky with so many options to choose from. This short guide to accounting software for small businesses will give you an overview […]

  8. Small Business Story: Mystical Treasures Emporium’s Large Impact with a Small Team

    The CoverWallet Small Business Scholarship encourages entrepreneurship in students by asking them to take on the perspective of a local small business owner. Students share their perspective on the opportunities and challenges faced by a business in their community. Student: Breanna Flintroy, Thomas Goode Jones School of Law at Faulkner University Small Business: Mystical Treasures […]

  9. Small Business Story: Milli Miracle Stands Up To Price Competition and Liability

    The CoverWallet Small Business Scholarship encourages entrepreneurship in students by asking them to take on the perspective of a local small business owner. Students share their perspective on the opportunities and challenges faced by a business in their community. Student: Melissa Hall, The Family Institute at Northwestern University Small Business: Milli Miracle LLC I’m in love with […]

  10. Tips to Reduce the Cost of Workers Compensation

    Workers compensation insurance is compulsory in all but a handful of states. However, you can reduce the potentially costly burden of this by taking steps to lower your premium. Here is our guide to preventing injuries and handling claims to minimize costs to your business. Create a safety program The best way to reduce compensation […]