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What Is a VPN and Does Your Business Need One? Every business needs a strong and fast internet connection, but what about security and privacy? A reliable virtual private network, or VPN, can give your business online anonymity as well as protect it from hackers, snoopers, and malware. Show More Summary
How to Make Your Workplace Safer and More Attractive If you’re looking to give your business a much-needed boost, you might want to consider making it both safer and more attractive. The happier your employees are, the more productive and motivated they’ll be. Show More Summary
More than 126 million women around the world were starting or running their own businesses in 2012, and their numbers continue to grow. Globally, social norms and cultural restraints leave women lagging behind men when it comes to business, but nonetheless, women account for about one-third of entrepreneurs in the world. Show More Summary
Do small businesses need to test electronic equipment? The answer is yes. As a business owner, if your employees use electronic appliance and electrical equipment, testing is just one small part of your responsibility to provide a safe working environment. Show More Summary
If your business has anything at all to do with real estate, now could be a profitable time for you. That’s because falling housing prices create opportunities for first-time homebuyers. Here’s a look at some of the ups and downs of housing markets this year.
If the nature of your business requires employees to drive on the job, you must do whatever is necessary to provide for their safety and the safety of others. Further, you’ll want to safeguard your business’s interests as well. Whether your business is located in a rural area or a metropolis, there are steps you can take to minimize the risks. Show More Summary
R&D tax credits are not just for companies working in scientific industries, such as robotics or pharmaceuticals. If your company is working on advancements in any field of science or technology, you may be eligible for R&D tax relief. Show More Summary
The Internet is quickly changing the ways in which work gets done. For one thing, there is less and less need to be in a fixed location for eight hours every workday. Employees love having the option to have more flexible work arrangements, and business owners are learning that they benefit, too.
Do you have a great idea for a business? Before you can turn that idea into a revenue-producing machine, you’ll need to acquire some money. This capital can come from a variety of sources, but do you even know where to start? For a first time business owner, the complexities of financing can be difficult to master. Here are some tips you may find helpful.
Nearly a million pounds of breaded chicken were recalled in the US recently because of reports that minute pieces of metal—from the conveyor belts in the processing facility—had possibly ended up in the product. If your business involves...Show More Summary
For many businesspeople, travel is a large part of what they do. However, while many business travelers think about what clothes they will need, what business documentation they will require, the gadgets they’ll take to make their trip...Show More Summary
Personal injury attorneys are a necessary component of any business’s legal team for several reasons. Such attorneys can help businesses determine which practices are more likely to cause an accident and what kind of litigation a business can expect in the event a compromise of this nature should occur. Show More Summary
In business there is nearly always an opportune time to act, a limited time during which you can attain the greatest profitability. Missing that time window will ultimately cost you. The opportunity will disappear. Read on for some guidance about how to act with optimal timing.
When I was in my late twenty’s, I had a horrible experience buying into a popular franchise concept. I am a lover of all things business and have been self-employed most of my adult life. After my sour franchise experience, I have investigated hundreds of franchises trying to find just the right thing. Show More Summary
The Oxford dictionary defines a contract as a written or spoken agreement between two entities, enforceable by law. In business, contracts are the enemies we love to hate. But business deals made in casual ways, say with a handshake over a coffee break, usually end in shambles.This is where law and order through business contracts come in to save the day.
Global superbrand Gucci has undergone a huge transformation in the last year with a new creative direction, management team and innovative digital campaigns These changes have helped propel the brand to post market-defying full year results. Show More Summary
Storage is an important aspect of any business, regardless of the domain that business operates within. Having plenty of storage allows a business to focus on business transactions as they occur, rather than allocating energy, time and resources towardfiguring out where all that stuff is going to go, or where some piece of it is at the moment. Show More Summary
On paper, business seems simple. You offer customers your product or service, and they decide whether they should buy it or not. There is a lot of focus on marketing, and incentivizing customers to make your brand a part of their life. Show More Summary
The idea of content marketing might be alien to some business who are still used to paying for space in print publications or radio commercials, but it’s growing at a rapid rate – especially given that 81% of customers conduct online...Show More Summary
The 9-5 job scene is changing rapidly. Many businesses are adopting a more contemporary approach to structuring office life—and for good reason. A study by Gallup concluded that all variations of remote work showed much higher levels of employee engagement than did traditional work options. Show More Summary