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What To Do With A Failing Business

At the start of any business there is a lot of optimism. You have great hopes for what your business will become, and a lot of ideas that you want to put into action. And while some businesses are able to thrive, this is certainly not the case for all. In fact, most businesses are […]

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Make An Interviewee’s Sales Personality More Transparent

Anyone who has ever been on the hiring committee for a sales position knows how difficult it is to make a well-informed, non-biased choice about who to invite onto their team. In an industry like sales, one that is completely based on hitting targets, it’s important to see whether prospective employees have the right disposition […]

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Wealth Management for Entrepreneurs: A Beginner’s Guide

If someone mentions wealth management, it is often thought that it is a service provided to the very rich people of our nation, but that is not the case at all.  It is about financial planning, specialized financial services, personal retail banking services, legal and tax advice and investment services, the goal being to sustain […]

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How Seasonal Is Your Business?

Finding out how your business changes at different times of year can be something that many business owners learn in their first couple of years as a company. Being able to predict seasonal changes to demand, and even how different types of marketing fare better at different times can allow you to be more effective. […]

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Three Essential Areas Driving Businesses Forward

Smart investors are always looking for a business that is about to move forward, but in this highly competitive corporate world, it can be hard to know which business to rely upon. The fact is that a business is only as strong as its weakest component, and one mistake can prove hugely costly to a […]

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Your Business is Losing Money if It Doesn’t Accept Credit Cards

American consumers are using plastic in record numbers and they’re not alone. According to the American Consumer Credit Counseling, 80% of spending in the United States is cashless, and 73% of Americans say that they use less cash today than they did 10 years ago. In fact, only 14% of Americans currently use cash for […]

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Examining the Benefits of Electronic Signatures

If you have ever found yourself putting together important documents and contract forms, sending them to important clients via email or fax, and then anxiously waiting for their approval and return, then you will understand the amount of wastage in the system. Wherever you require a physical signature from your partners or they need one […]

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7 Pieces of Safety Equipment You Need at Work

Millions of American workers are injured on the job every year. The most substantial cost is the thousands of lives that are lost, but there is also a huge financial burden. OSHA estimates that business owners collectively pay $1 billion a week for workers compensation alone. However, that is only one direct cost. An injury […]

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Situation Critical: How To Cope When Your Business Is Overwhelmed

There are many feelings that you will experience as a business owner. There are the highs, of course– the delight at new contracts, at hitting your profit targets, at achieving everything you set out to do. Then there are the lows– the doubt, the concern about the future, the flutterings of anxiety when you contemplate […]

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5 Work Perks Millennial Employees will Love

Millennials will make up around 50% of the global workforce by the year 2020, which is why it is essential to attract and retain the very best talent from this demographic. Yet, what motivates millennials (25 – 35 year olds) is somewhat different to the generations preceding them, whom have been satisfied with traditional work […]

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3 Ways to Make the Workplace Safer

Over the last century, dangers of all types in the workplace have risen exponentially. From falls and repetitive movement injuries to sexual harassment and shootings, the workplace has become quite the survival training grounds. Where you work doesn’t seem to matter, as well. While construction sites are more likely to turn out the physical injuries, […]

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Your Business: Ship-Shaped And Safe

Being a business in the modern world can often feel like treading through a minefield. At every turn, you will have to face new issues, complaints, and rules which are all given to you by someone much higher up the food chain. Of course, though, one of the biggest challenges you face is safety. Whether […]

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Go-To Online Resources – Useful for Freight Brokers

Over 70% of goods are transported from one location to the next, creating an ongoing need for professionals in the transportation industry. Over the last year, the freight brokerage portion of the marketplace has steadily increased, not only in the number of freight brokers in operation but also in terms of revenue generated. And despite […]

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