The opportunity for an entrepreneur to setup a business or for small, medium enterprises (SMEs) to rapidly expand has never been greater. The barriers to building a global business are crumbling as costs lower and possibilities increase.
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Many a would-be startup founder has sat there, chin resting thoughtfully and earnestly on fist, willing that idea to appear in a divine light from high above. However, instead of simply willing that idea to magically manifest itself, sometimes it’s actually better being a little more perspicacious about the workings of the business right in front of you.
It only takes one to see it! What you will face raising money for your startup. Raising money for a startup is a difficult and time consuming task that takes your focus away from scaling your business. But, it is a necessary function.
Recycling, reducing, and reusing company resources should be given importance when running start up or established businesses. By doing these things, business owners can help the environment in a very significant way.
When it comes to a home based business, you must consider the right timing before moving forward. With today’s precarious economy and more households than ever needing two incomes to make ends meet, now is the perfect time to start a home business.
I entered into business later in the career path after a successful run in education…many ask and are surprised to find out there isn’t that much difference between helping a teenager to succeed …
In my role as a venture catalyst in the private investment market, I often get asked how to go about a raise and what value propositions angel investors are looking for in new companies?
Every entrepreneur who has ever dreamed of setting up or forming their own business start up is fully conversant as to how tricky it can be
There are many ways for business to increase productivity without investing in new systems or tools. All you need is objectivity and a flexible mindset.
For us to succeed, we need, only 4 things. Implementing these 4 things is where the challenge comes in.
Ray Kroc, the founder of McDonald’s, understood that to have his business grow up and run itself, he would need to pay attention to all of the Seven Elements of a Business – so he did.
Last year I attended an international internet marketing seminar in Australia. It was a three day event with online marketing being the sole focus. On the first day of the seminar one of the featured speakers was talking about the importance of communication.
For every pursuit or goal we have in life there are three things we need to succeed.
Chances are you know things that others would like to learn. If you get that information out of your head and onto your website, it will give you a great magnet to attract leads to your website and help give you power by positioning you as an expert in your niche.
Over the last few years I have helped many businesses over come challenges that have threatened it’s continued existence, almost always these challenges arise, not because the business is not viable but because the business owner(s) lack the skills and/or the experience necessary to over come these challenges.
Pick up a paper, flick on the TV, tune in your DAB…what you’re likely to be greeted with a myriad of bad news, especially with regards to the economy. The tumultuous economic times we’re in have shown no mercy, taking huge brands, investment banks and even entire countries to the brink of financial ruin.
We receive hundreds of emails requesting guest posting each week and I would say 99% of them have Gmail email addresses. Every email that comes from a Gmail account is instantly deleted for three reasons.