Top Menu

Business Signage Has Economic Impact

Architectural signs have more than mere aesthetic value.  They communicate clear direction such as guiding visitors to a specific building or locating a parking garage is in a traffic-heavy area.  They warn of no-entry zones and possible danger, such as an “Employees Only” area that may deal with high-voltage wiring.  […]

Continue Reading 0

Small Business Funding Tips

Creativity and innovation, no matter how elusive they are, they do come to the fore when people want to set up a business of their own and are looking for alternatives to finance their venture. It is keeping that same principle in mind that you’ll find some prudent small business […]

Continue Reading 0

The Life Cycle of Web Design

Website design is essentially cyclic in nature especially if the website supports an online business. If you are an affiliate marketer you will know the importance of setting up a website quickly and efficiently. The graphics must keep an essence of the website and blend well with the web design. […]

Continue Reading 0

Renewable Energy Solutions

In the UK, there’s a growing concern regarding the use of fossil fuels. With fuel prices rising, a genuine interest in using renewable energy is growing. Extracting energy from renewable sources offers a constantly replenished way of delivering power. The environment can enjoy a much lower impact on climate change, […]

Continue Reading 0

Secrets to Setting up Your Office

When it comes to setting up your office space it is important to create the right atmosphere as this will help you to work more productively. Your office setting is a critical component to the success of your business. It is essential that you have the right amount of room, […]

Continue Reading 0

Telling Lies is Bad for Sales!

There’s an old saying, “The truth hurts”, and sometimes I’ll agree.  If you’re running a retail business however, there’s a much more important mantra – TELLING LIES IS BAD FOR SALES!  Now, your reaction to this statement may range across: Absolutely agree, I never lie to a customer; Argue over […]

Continue Reading 0

CO3 Media Summit with Jon Snow

Jon Snow, the “face” of Channel 4 News addressed the CO3 Media Summit held at Crumlin Road Gaol on 6th September.  Jon addressed an audience of over 100 Chief Executives of charitable and voluntary associations from right across Northern Ireland on the importance of independent commentary and the role of the […]

Continue Reading 0

How to Overcome Workplace Distractions

We have all had those moments in our managerial careers wherein we pop onto our stations, settle in, and map out everything that needs to be done for the day down to the last moment before turning in. Then, as if on cue, things just start popping up. These are […]

Continue Reading 0

6 Tips for Conducting an IT Job Interview

While searching the Internet for job interview tips, it’s fairly easy to find plenty of help—that is, if you’re being interviewed. Most people are more likely to find themselves answering the questions during an interview than asking them, so it’s common to think of the job interview as a one-sided […]

Continue Reading 0
roger book cover

Challenging for Coverage

Does Northern Ireland’s third sector get its share of press coverage, and do charity leaders get the same media access as leaders in other sectors? These are some of the questions that third-sector leaders will be considering at a half-day COS media summit this Friday entitled Challenging for Coverage. Key […]

Continue Reading 0