Few businesses start out big. For the most part, even the big box stores and multinational chains started out looking much like your business does today. Do you think Walmart started out as a huge, successful corporation, selling everything from tires to toys to housewares to fresh produce? In the early 1960s, Sam Walton opened what was essentially a five-and-dime discount store in a town in Arkansas.[Read more…] about If You Want to Be a Big Business, Master These Three Things While You’re Small
What most organizations across the world have in common are breakdowns in communication, confusion, and misunderstandings. Your company is no exception. Problems with communication negatively affect other business aspects such as profits, relationships with customers, partners, and employees, and business in general. Recognizing these growing pains, technology experts have designed a great number of solutions to help companies overcome their communicative challenges. However, for most, having such a wide choice is both a blessing and a curse. Why? Because what works well for one company may not be a good fit for another. If you choose the wrong tool, you waste not only money but also time and effort. To make a wise choice, align your tool with your communication strategy and the needs of your company. Here is a guide to choosing the best solution for your company’s needs. [Read more…] about How To Choose The Best Communication Solution For Your Company’s Needs
Gregory Fishman, the president, and chief executive officer of Resolvly, started his career at the age of 19. He was first employed at a chemical manufacturing company as the national director of sales. Gregory was later promoted one year after working at National Interchem to become its vice president. He worked at the company for close to three decades, and he spent his final eight years at National Interchem as its president after buying it from Art Saltz who was the original owner. However, Gregory Fishman later sold National Interchem and moved with his three kids to Florida.
If you wanted to work in an office shuffling paper youâ€™d be working for city hall, right?
No tradesperson is in it for the love of the white stuff.
Is there a better way to handle your job management?
Paper is so 1950s. Itâ€™s almost 2020. There are better ways to manage your operations.
How many apps do you have on your phone? Is there an all-in-one app that could automate all your admin functions?
One app would be better than separate apps for each function. One would be easier to get your head around, and the different functions would link together without you having to spend time working out how to connect them. [Read more…] about Job Management Techniques that Will Boost Your Profits
Startup life can be extremely stressful as every deadline could make or break a business. This stress can be worth it especially if a company makes it big and an employee was at the ground level. The corporate life at an established company is going to be much more stable but work done by an employee might not impact the company at all. Issues are plentiful in startups with some being due to growing at a faster rate than expected as well as first time founders trying to set the business up for success. The following are crippling issues that startups can face as well as how to deal with them.
High Employee Turnover Rate
Training employees to be profitable is a large investment for companies as it can take thousands of dollars in time and money to do so. For this reason a high employee turnover rate can cripple cash flow. To solve this you are going to have to sure up hiring practices as you are choosing the wrong type of candidate. Those people who frequently switch jobs are going to try to find something better as this is what they have done in the past. A good HR company can help you with this as they staff hundreds of companies successfully per year. [Read more…] about Startups and Crippling Issues That They Can Face
Online businesses are growing these days, that’s a fact. For many people with a strong entrepreneurial spirit, launching a business online is a good option because of the advantages compared to starting a brick and mortar one. It’s less costly and one can manage it whether at home or even while traveling.
But while starting an online shop may not be as physically stressful, one still needs to ensure that his or her ecommerce site is fully functional. More than the website design, other important elements have to be taken into consideration to promote a seamless experience to customers. These are the hosting, search engine optimization (SEO), and speed aspects. [Read more…] about If You Have an Online Business, You Need to be Taking Your Hosting Seriously