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7 Easy Ways to Fine-Tune Your Startup

The beginnings of any business can be difficult, as its success relies entirely on the business owner’s ability to effectively manage every aspect of the company’s work in order to ensure there are no obstacles in its progress. New companies are striving to make the best use of resources available […]

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Getting the Most From Your IT Services

In recent years, there has been a dramatic shift in the perception of technology in the workplace. More and more companies are beginning to recognise that IT is an integral part of business, rather than a baseline service which supports other functions. As technology continues to move into the boardroom, […]

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Get the Most Out of Your Employees

The more motivated your employees are the more valuable they are to you.  The adage that “you get out of something what you put into it” definetly applies to the employer-employee relationship.   The Dale Carnegie Training organization recently came out with a study that found that only 45% of managers […]

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Saying No To New Work

The digital revolution has without a doubt changed the face of business and in an extraordinarily swift period of time. Never before have businesses and clients been able to connect so quickly, so effectively and as cheaply as now. This revolution has been responsible for the largest growth in entrepreneurship ever. In […]

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5 Ways to Improve Your Customer Service

Even in an age which is largely dictated by the internet, resulting in a lot of companies never actually having direct contact with their customers, customer service is still key. Even if you never really see your clientele face to face or even speak with them over the phone; it […]

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Making contracts and T&Cs easier to understand

When it comes to writing contracts and T&Cs (terms and conditions), many businesses ignore the needs of their customers, and produce content which is off-putting and difficult to understand. This is particularly true within the so called ‘small print’ in contract documents. To make life easier for your customers, follow […]

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Women in business? Pass the smelling salts

Despite the rumour mill of social history, women have played an important economic role throughout many different eras. During the twentieth century there was a tendency for many women to tow the line and stay home bringing up baby but prior to this the story was a bit more complicated. Believe […]

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