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Avoid Lawsuits, Theft and Startup Oblivion by Considering 5 Types of Business Insurance

If you’ve recently opened a small business, it’s highly likely that you like business but love your field. And if you’re not a business guru, navigating the world of startups can seem overwhelming at times. It might be tempting to skimp on certain costs, but one aspect of the company that you’re not going to want to penny-pinch on is ...

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7 Ways Business Management Software Can Ease a CEO’s Life

CEOs, the minds behind every company, who not only enjoy the power of their position and fat pay checks but also shoulder the burden of the responsibilities to get their company into the top charts of the industry. A successful CEO needs to be a masterful tactician and strategize each and every steps for the company, be it deciding the ...

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Why The “Yes Man” Culture Ends With Start Ups

A well-paying job is major for anyone’s livelihood. Unemployment and underemployment can be really difficult to deal with. Because most people don’t want to experience the woes associated with a lack of employment, it’s not uncommon to find employees who are totally okay with being “yes men”. A “yes man” is someone who literally answers in the affirmative to anything ...

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15 Entrepreneurs Share Their Tips for Social Media Success

Social media goes hand in hand with entrepreneurism. It’s the best way to connect with customers from all over the globe, instantly. Being on social media is vital to growing your company. While being involved online is a good step, there are certain measures to take if you want to be a social media superstar. There is etiquette to be ...

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Business Task Automation: Why Should Businesses Do It and What Should Be Automated?

In any type of business, whatever industry a company is in, “time” is a valuable asset.  However, many businesses fail to realize that there are many tasks that take up so much time.  With the advent of technology and the proliferation of online tools, there are many ways to streamline tedious and time-wasting tasks in the company.  There are tasks ...

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15 Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Business Advice

No matter how you look at it, starting a business is hard. One of the hardest things you may ever have to do. There’s the business plan to think over, a name, government policies to consider, how it will affect your family, finances and the list rolls on from there. Some hardened entrepreneurs suggest spending a long time thinking about ...

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The Importance of Self-Education

According to a report published in January 2015 by Marketdata Enterprises Inc, the global personal development industry is worth a staggering US$9.6 billion. This figure supports the fact that today, in 2016, in spite of how far we may have come in relation to advancements in technology and business, there has never been a more relevant time in modern history ...

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Thinking About a Company Car Program? Here Are Some Things to Consider

As an employer, there are a lot of decisions that you have to make on a regular basis, and many of those concern your employees and the sorts of benefits you will offer. Company cars are a common—albeit declining—benefit offered by businesses for their employees. One in four companies offer cars for employees, so it’s still something that is worth ...

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5 Tips for Making Sure No One Forgets Your Brand

The goal of branding goes beyond just getting your company noticed. You also want your company to be remembered. If you want to give potential and loyal customers a clearly identifiable brand and image, there are a few steps you can take to ensuring they don’t forget about you. Here are five tips for making sure no one forgets your ...

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Top Business Owner Traits and Online Shopping Safety Tips

Becoming a successful business owner requires a number of traits that will enable you to achieve your goals. One of the qualities that any entrepreneur needs to have is the ability to coordinate. This is important for mobilizing staff, delegating duties and establishing relationships with other business entities. Passionate In order for your business to be able to flourish, you ...

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