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5 Ways Startups Attract and Retain Young Millennials

The workplace is changing dramatically. Upgraded and innovative technologies are constantly appearing, and every day the internet makes new techniques and ideas available on a global scale. Perhaps the most significant change is the young millennials, are now a growing segment of the workforce. This is the first generation to […]

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A Brief Guide to Integrated Content Marketing

A good content marketing strategy is stronger than the sum of its parts, and by integrating several different content streams, businesses can leverage the benefits of each medium or publishing channel. Integrated content marketing is the key to maximising the effectiveness of your content marketing strategy, and with clever positioning […]

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Export – Should We Fail Fast, Fail Cheap?

When Eric Ries coined the term “Minimum Viable Product” for the first time he described it as: “A Minimum Viable Product is that version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort.” In the world of […]

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Ulster Bank Fraud Seminar Reaches Omagh

Continuing with the Ahead for Business Programme and trying to help businesses get ahead in Tyrone, Ulster Bank held their latest Fraud Awareness Seminar in Silver Birch Hotel, Omagh. The objective of the seminar is to help businesses keep themselves safe, by understanding the threats from fraud and what measures […]

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Webinar Best Practices

Preparing a presentation through a webinar is only half effective as the preparation that goes into the webinar presentation. Webinars can be very cost effective and can reach a broad audience. The webinar can be as official, or as informal as the host wishes it to be. Depending on the […]

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Careers: Starting Out Small Pays Big

When a recent graduate enters the workforce, they may feel like they have the whole world in front of them and to a large degree, that is true. Students have so many opportunities in front of them when it comes to careers. They have to decide where they want to […]

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Small Business Tips: Get Paid On Time!

I have worked in various businesses over the years, and one of the main areas of concerns for the managing directors was cash flow. “Lets Get Paid On Time” is what one ex-boss shouted at us.  Some business owners manage cash flow beautifully, and some plod along and seem to […]

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