I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Alexa Sponcia, co-owner and leader-extraordinaire of Hard Knox Pizzeria. You see, we want to begin to tell the success stories of thriving Tennessee small businesses in order to encourage those who are somewhere along the way,...

We have the immense privilege of being named one of the Top 14 Quickbooks Blogs to Read in 2018 by TSheets. TSheets was recently acquired by Intuit and we couldn’t be happier about two of our favorite softwares coming together to better serve the small...

In 2014, I attended my first business conference designed for the bookkeeping and accounting industry. I was impressed with how much knowledge could be packed into a few short days and I learned a lot from many of the people I met. Because of my...

There's a reason why journalism majors like me are flocking to sales and marketing. While the Internet has revolutionized the information business, the big question is money. How do you make money off free information? This question of money has led to the decline of newspapers--major daily newspapers like the Chicago Tribune have made serious cuts to stay afloat--and the greatest puzzle in the history of publication. But for businesses, the question of money should prompt entrepreneurs into the online fray.

If you've been coming to the Two Roads website, you've probably noticed that while we excel with books, our web-savvy hasn't been as on-par.  After looking at this article by the Globe and Mail, we see that while we've added more clients, we've largely lacked a strong web profile.  Before we relaunched the blog, we hadn't posted anything since April. But since September, we've been working on a few changes to build our profile on the web.  Our social media nut intern has been working tirelessly to build our brand on Twitter and Facebook.  With many people on staff contributing ideas, we've been blogging every Tuesday and Friday about small buisness and entrepreneurship.  Even Chad Ridner has been tweeting (though not too happily)!