All business premises where the clients must enter and spend time inside doing one thing or another would benefit from having high quality and attractive facilities and equipment. A posh restaurant with fancy lighting, nice drapes, glass dishes and stainless steel silverware is likely to have more customers, than one with plastic everything, old metal chairs and other lackluster items. Continue reading Is Your Place of Business Attractive to Clients?
The recruitment industry is competitive at the best of times, but now the Onshore Employment Intermediaries Legislation is in place, this could be an opportunity to stand out against the crowd and show off the best of your business. From carrying out due diligence checks on contractors to completing paperwork on time, here’s a guide to staying ahead of the game and remaining competitive, while still complying with the regulations. Continue reading Remaining competitive after the Onshore Legislation
The Internet provides business owners with instant access to the items they need. Basic blogs and forums provide information on running the business, and sites like Vistaprint provide instant marketing materials for little cost. But while the Internet is extremely helpful to business owners, it’s not always the best choice. Continue reading LegalZoom: Bad for Attorneys, but Worse for Business Owners
When it comes to running a successful booth at a trade show, there is a big difference between standing out and wasting your time. When people visit a trade show, they are looking for something interesting to grab their attention. The difficult part for business professionals is that they have a hard time determining exactly what an interesting trade show attraction is. As you prepare to invest a great deal of your time and money in a trade show, there are eight ways you can stand out and get everyone’s attention. Continue reading 8 Ways to stand out at a Tradeshow
If you’re interested in starting your own business and trying your hand as an entrepreneur, you should be prepared for a period of time where you will invest a great deal of effort and money before you start to make a profit. Starting a business from scratch isn’t easy, and the early stages can be very challenging in terms of your financial situation. Remember to do your research before you invest any capital at all, and make sure that your customers will want to pay for the product and service that you’re offering. Once you’re sure of this, you can start to think about how to raise money in order to get your business up and running. Continue reading How to Raise Capital for Your Start-Up Business