I came across a particular nice e-marketplace for social media. Pretty interesting concept, though not new completely, but still innovative enough because of the scale and success it managed. What remains to be seen is how sustainable is Like4Like over a longer period. Continue reading Like4Like Social Media Marketplace – A case study
When it comes to open source web application frameworks, one of the most well known is Ruby on Rails. Written in Ruby, it is a fullstack framework that makes use of well known software engineering patterns such as the active record pattern and model-view-controller or MVC. Continue reading What is a Ruby on Web Developer?
It can be difficult to start your own business. Once you’ve obtained the finances for your startup and want to form an LLC it might not be quite as difficult as what you think. Many people do not realize that it just takes a few steps to get it done. Continue reading Self Help Companies to Help with LLC Formation
Advancing cloud technology has made it easier than ever for companies to properly manage their risk and cash. Software-as-a-Service Treasury and Risk Management (SaaS TRM) is a comprehensive solution that gives company treasurers the information and resources they need to bring true value to their company. Continue reading Managing Cash and Risk Has Never Been Easier – INFOGRAPHIC
Business owners are required to have a basic understanding of all types of matters for their employees, including things like insurance, healthcare, retirement funds and social security disability benefits. It is possible to get caught up in the excitement of products and advertising, especially as a new business owner, but attention to details like these can make the difference between a company that makes money, and one that quickly heads into the red toward non-sustainable practices. Make sure that you are on the right side of that equation! Continue reading Tips for New Business Owners to Understand Employee Care
Event planning is a major industry, with cultural, financial and business considerations all entering into the equation. To do it correctly on a professional scale, there are three major points to consider. First, it is important to get some background on the types of events you would be most interested in planning. Second, find a few examples of successful events in those niches, and research what people of companies organized them. Third, consider going through an official program (eg. collegiate, online, or tutorial-based). With those three points of reference in your mind, you’ll be giving yourself a huge early advantage in a competitive field. Continue reading The Business of Event Planning: Making Your Mark