3 Questions Entrepreneurs Should Ask About Their Workspace

One third of our lives are spent at work, and the environment in which we do our work is foundational to the success of our business. Our surroundings visually, spatially, and organizationally impact our productivity and even our reputation. So why call out Entrepreneurs in this post? Well, often when a professional decides to go […]

Goal Setting

SMART Goal Setting for a Successful 2018

Small business owners, entrepreneurs and service professionals looking at growing a successful book of business this year know they need to set goals. However, most of the time the goals are so generic that they become more of a wish list than an objective. To ensure that a business goal is not just a priority […]

Giving thanks

10 Ways to Thank Your Clients, Vendors and Networking Partners

As a service professional, small business owner or entrepreneur – it has never been more important to show your appreciation for your clients, vendors and networking partners. As we approach Thanksgiving, American Executive Centers wants to share 10 ways you can give THANKS to the business people in your life. Consider sending Thanksgiving Cards as […]

LInkedIn Profile

Does Your LinkedIn Profile Attract Customers?

Did you know that 9 out of 10 people that you hand your business card to will go to your LinkedIn profile prior to visiting your website? An entrepreneur’s LinkedIn profile needs to be much more than a resume, it needs to be a landing page for your prospects and clients. Here are 5 powerful […]

Data Breaches

Data Breaches: Protecting your Small Business

By James Birkhead, MBA, RPLU, AINS of NSM Insurance Group Data breaches are a very popular topic in the daily news cycle and conversation. We see big names like Yahoo, Target, Equifax and so many more drift into the spotlight for their day of infamy and then fade from public consciousness. Many business owners assume […]

Tracking Time

5 Ways Professionals Track and Bill Time

One of the biggest billing challenges professionals face is tracking time. Whether you bill hourly or are project-based, if you are a freelancer, attorney or consultant, it is important to know how much time you dedicate to each client and assignment. And, if you collaborate internally on client projects, having a way to communicate, assign […]

Raising Capital

4 Powerful Ways to Raise Capital in Philadelphia

Do you have a start-up company that you are looking to scale? Many times it takes raising capital to get you to the next level. If you are a Philadelphia Area company, there are many ways to find the money you need to grow your business. Here is a list of resources that can help […]


Planning for Life’s Transitions

By Mark Blair, CFP®, ChFC®, CLU® Plan While You Can, Don’t React After the Fact You’ve devoted your life to building your business and caring for your family. You’re the leader of both. As you enter your late 50’s and 60’s, it’s time to think about a graceful transition to the next phase of your […]


Is Your Website Working for You 24/7?

As a business owner or entrepreneur, leveraging your website for leads is essential for growing your client base and ultimately revenues. The most popular websites are run on WordPress, and when set up correctly can be a huge source of new business. Here are 5 things your website needs to contain in order to drive […]


How to Expand Your Network and Client Base Through American Executive Centers

By Robyn Axner-Davis, President and Owner of Furman Communications Relocating my small business from traditional office space to an executive suite at American Executive Centers, over a decade ago, was one of the best decisions I have made. I say this for many reasons – low overhead, flexible lease terms, a prestigious address and upscale […]

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