5 Quick Tips on Networking

Scott Gerber, of the Young Entrepreneur Council, gives sage advice on how to successfully connect with your business colleagues.


Let’s Make a Deal: Buying, Selling, or Merging your Company

In this economy, many operators are selling their businesses to larger companies or people ready to plunge into the industry without starting from the ground up. Others are merging, hoping that two companies combining resources may provide more stability for success. Maybe you are doing so well that you want to buy out your struggling competitors. All of these transactions require plenty of planning and performing due diligence with data on hand to make the best deal for the parties involved.

VP Jeff DiMarco carefully vets all chauffeured transportation companies that do business on

Driving Customers to Operators, launched on Jan. 4, matches clients with the most sophisticated chauffeured transportation companies nationwide that must be closely vetted before joining as an operator-vendor. The site does not function based on leads or referrals, but confirmed paid reservations only.


Using Trade to Survive in a Bad Economy

We are fortunate to have a product that is widely sought after. Whether it is a 55- passenger coach or a super-stretch limousine, many of our vendors would love the opportunity to engage our services without having to pay cash. Anytime you have an opportunity to trade advertising, oil changes, fuel, or any other product or service, take advantage of it.


Serving Up Rates

One of the newest industry innovations borrows a few pages from Facebook and LinkedIn, offering operators a chance to selectively network by checking out each other’s rates and terms without having to fill out endless forms.


Getting More Net-ttention

SEOs, metatags, metacrawlers, spider bots, organic searches, keywords — These are just a few words in web speak. Learn what they mean and how they can help your website gain attention on the Internet.