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Reimagining Customer Loyalty

Ask not what your loyal customers can do for you, but what you can do for your loyal customers. The difference may seem on first glance to be purely rhetorical, but if one examines further the impact that top spending customers have on businesses, the importance of letting the customer […]

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10 Tips for Effective Business Writing Skills

Business people tend to express themselves in a short, clear and effective manner. Not all of them are enthusiastic about writing lengthy grant proposals, presentations, business letters, emails, and other types of documents. Read on for some tips on effective business writing skills. The biggest reason for such disinterest in […]

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5 Common Pitfalls for Startups

Starting up a business of any sort is never likely to be easy or straightforward. In fact, the knowledge that so many startups fail within a matter of months is part of the appeal for many people in giving it a go. Here are some common pitfalls for startups. But, […]

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How to Get What You Want in 2015

So you are taking a break from work, eating all around you (well, I am anyway) and you are starting to think about the year ahead. Most small business owners find it very difficult to switch off over the Christmas season. So let’s do something productive which might help you. […]

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Tips for Your Real Time Bidding Campaign

RTB was introduced for the first time in 2009 and since then has served the advertisement industry by smoothening the buying of ad space and eliminating the problem during the times when impressions were rendered useless. The ad exchange works in a similar manner as stock exchange where various advertisers […]

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Irish Institute of Brilliant Failure?

Enda Kenny The Taoiseach Enda Kenny said it last week : ‘We don’t adequately prepare our young people for failure’ http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/taoiseach-enda-kenny-we-dont-adequately-prepare-our-young-people-for-failure-30894552.html You don’t want to stay a fish Failure is an issue. The policy report on entrepreneurship 2014 by the Irish government shows we have an issue with failure and […]

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BMS Accountants

Every week we feature companies that have been successful in accessing funding from Micro- finance Ireland. Microfinance Ireland provides loans to small businesses and startups in every sector up to 25,000 Euro. If you are interested in funding, check out www.microfinanceireland.ie BMS Accountants Ltd Raymond Gibbons has spent his working […]

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Mobile App: Why Your Business Needs One?

The arrival of smartphones and tablets revolutionized user engagement on mobile devices. These days, we see people performing a range of activities through their mobile devices; they are searching for information, buying products, using services and doing a whole lot more. Studies show they are spending more time on these […]

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Voice Over IP Services

Small businesses can lower their cost of calling nationally or internationally by using our Voice Over IP services and enjoy the full benefits of VOIP/SIP/IAX asterisk without changing their current voice infrastructure. You do not have to abandon your current voice infrastructure and install a new system. We can integrate […]

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Want to create a new App or idea that could form the ‘next big service’ for banking?

A ‘hackathon’ is a creative marathon of brainstorming and software creation in which the prototypes of mobile and web applications are quickly ‘hacked’ together by small teams of software engineers, designers and other innovators. Ulster Bank together with the Open Bank Project invites you to the 8th edition of Hack […]

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