The freelance world is a highly saturated and ruthlessly competitive marketplace with strong international competition. This means that no longer are you just competing with the person in proximity to where you live, you’re now competing with a global network of freelancers, many of which can undercut you dramatically due to living in much cheaper […]
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The average consumer is terribly distracted—and for good reason. The American Marketing Association reports that people are exposed to 10,000 brand messages per day. Amid all that noise, how does a business get people to look their way? The good news? There are proven strategies that, with a little tailoring, could be what shines a […]
It seems that the travel industry is an area that shows continuous signs of progress and growth. In 2014 alone, it was able to contribute a whopping $7.6 trillion in the US economy. Aside from the fact that it’s one of the largest industries in the world, it also includes a ton of business types […]
If you’re interested in launching a massage therapy business, you’re going to have an exciting time. While the business aspect of massage therapy can often be challenging at times, the upside of providing care for clients is rewarding and worth the effort.
If you’ve ever bought a home in the past, then you’ve probably realised that there is a massive difference between a fantastic real estate agent and a below-average one. This is because selling a home is an acquired skill that could take years of experience and study in order to perfect. Even the most successful […]
Businesses need some catalysts to speed up the growth just like the plants and other living things do. The elements that help boost your business may differ based on your location and the products or services that you deal in. But there are some common factors that boost all types of businesses irrespective of these […]
What’s your business objective goal? May be helping people for their own needs, right? Ultimately, you become a customer service provider. Being a customer service provider you should know how to deal with problems, how to respond to and resolve issues something at small businesses can grow.
In the 30 or so years we’ve been working as specialists alongside family businesses one thing has become clear – only one-third of them will survive the transition to the second generation. And of that one third that gets through to the second generation, only one-third will survive to the third generation. That’s not very […]
Annual financial statements or accounts prepared once a year many months after your Balance Date are only really useful for working out your tax bills, yet for the majority of business owners this is the only financial information they see.
Mistake No. 1 – Not Knowing Your True Break-Even Point. In my 30 years in the world of owner-managed businesses I see one huge mistake time and time again. This is: Not Knowing Your True Break-Point. Your true break-even point:
I was talking to business minded people lately and they were discussing how its all online these days. ‘that’s the future? exclaimed the one ‘soon we won’t need shops’ replied the other, and so they went on agreeing wholeheartedly with each other that the internet had revolutionized the world and as such, the brick and […]
When a problem occurs in your business what’s the first thing you try to do? Fix it! In fact, that’s such an automatic response that you often don’t sit back and think, or act, systematically.
This is really my first proper article on how to start a business. Today we will cover your idea, and the importance of researching before you begin a business.
The lesson in those books is that the way the authors grow money or think positive or whatever they are raving about as their secret technique is quite simple. They wrote pages and pages of advice that can be freely found online or in your library, packaged it as their own, and grew money by […]