Running a business is no small task, and the economy calls for extra preparedness when trying to keep your entrepreneurial efforts afloat. With an oversaturated market where competition is unfair due to a group of monopolies that set market standards and push out the little guys, an additional amount of […]
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When you start your first small enterprise, you might realize just how difficult running a business really is. You’re going to be doing all the bookkeeping, paperwork and other clerical duties while learning how to simultaneously prevent mistakes and correct any that you might have already made. Keeping track of […]
The 2015 Chartered Accountants Ireland dinner will be a celebration of Chartered Accountants’ roles across the island of Ireland and will be addressed by former statesman John Bruton, and rugby legend Willie-John McBride. The event will be a gathering of top decision makers and influencers in business and finance. It will present a superb opportunity to build teams, cement client relationships and meet fellow business leaders.
The rise of the Internet and the global economic crisis have together created a resurgence in small business. Freshly laid off and unable to find new jobs, many people decided to quit the job market all together, become their own boss, and open a small business — after all, why […]
As you may be aware, there is a wealth of research from around Ireland and the world claiming that businesses are shifting their marketing spend away from traditional media towards online & social media marketing while others struggle to see its return on investment. The Marketing institute of Ireland have […]
My friend Alan just published an excellent blog on “Lean start up”. http://www.smallbusinesscan.com/the-lean-startup/ That got me thinking. Isn’t “lean start up” another term for “bootstrapping” or “market research”? I agree with a lot Eric Ries says (how can you not), but I just find it difficult to see what is […]
John, who had hired an accountant to do his accounts, found out that the accountant had failed to file his return. This ended up costing him a lot of money, since it is the company owner’s responsible for the accounts, not the accountant. As John’s a software developer, he’s pretty […]