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How to Design a More Productive Office

Improving worker productivity can save small businesses thousands of dollars per month. When employees become more productive, you don’t have to keep as many people on the payroll. Instead of hiring 10 people, you can get the same effort from nine or fewer employees. Luckily, you don’t have to spend […]

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Small Businesses Boosted by Ecommerce

The Capital Economics SME Growth Tracker suggests that small businesses using digital tools and e-commerce had more positive outlooks compared to firms that weren’t completely embracing the modern digital economy. The Growth Tracker is commissioned by Amazon UK and Enterprise Nation, and it showed small businesses making use of e-commerce […]

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3 Crisis Plans Your Business Needs in 2017

There’s a saying that even the best-laid plans can go awry when least expected. A product recall, false accusations on social media, or a data breach are real threats to a business and its ability to operate. Preparation is key to handling a crisis and handling it well. Following are […]

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5 Reasons Entrepreneurs Must Learn to Code

Being an entrepreneur isn’t about getting stuck in the day-to-day operations. It’s all about delegating, building relationships, and making decisions. That’s how Steve Jobs built the world’s largest tech company without ever writing a single line of code himself. But that doesn’t mean entrepreneurs shouldn’t learn to code. Here are […]

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Business Payment Processing Plans

As a business owner, having the ability to accept credit and debit cards is one of the most savvy business decisions a company can make. If you accept cash or checks solely, you could be limiting yourself to the smaller sales. But if you do decide to go with a […]

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4 Steps to a Peaceful Employee Exit

An issue with an employee has come to a head and you can no longer tolerate them in your company. Or you’ve found that the business needs to downsize and eliminate some people. Either way, you have the unenviable task of letting an employee go. An employee might also quit. […]

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5 Ways Businesses Waste Money on Telecom Services

In the current business environment, you need to stretch your money as far as possible. Considering that telecommunication services are one of the largest operating expenses a business faces, examine this first when you need to save costs. To make sure your business isn’t wasting money, look out for these […]

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4 Signs That It’s Time to Sell a Business

As an entrepreneur, you aim to survive the startup stage, reach profitability, and grow a sustainable venture — then what? What entrepreneurs do best is to create, chase visions, and build teams. Running a full-grown operation requires a different set of skills and interests, and some entrepreneurs feel bored and […]

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Lessons Your Pop Up Store Can Learn From E-commerce

There’s no doubt e-commerce is taking over the retail landscape. But predictions of the death of the high street are misguided. Brick and mortar stores still have a lot to offer and can actually learn from the online giants to adapt their services. Here’s what popup store operators can learn […]

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Where Should You Rent a Serviced Office?

The serviced office industry is the fastest growing sector of the real estate market in Europe, and nowhere is this more apparent than London. The serviced office market in the British capital is fiercely competitive and overwhelmingly vast. Picking the perfect spot for your business is becoming increasingly hard. Picking […]

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Some Tips on Small Business Financing

Being the owner of a small business can be invigorating.  Who needs to jump out of airplanes or climb mountains when you can build something with your name on it from scratch.  Isn’t building a legacy what life is all about? A critical part of building a successful small business […]

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Leadership Lessons Learnt From the Gaming Industry

The video game industry generates $100 billion in revenue every year. It’s also a competitive market, where consumers are constantly pushing for new games and new ways to play those games. Keeping a business thriving in this market takes some big ideas, and big leaders to push those ideas forward. […]

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