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5 Things to Consider When Expanding Your Business Internationally

For the successful small business owner, taking your idea abroad can seem a natural next step from domestic dominance. But setting up in another country isn’t always as easy as having a good product and a substantial sum of money. Here are five things you should think about before you pack your bags. Culture Foreign businesses often face the extra ...

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15 Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Tips for Better SEO Practices

Search Engine Optimization, known as SEO, is an essential tools in any small businesses arsenal. SEO is all about making sure your website and services are seen online ahead of competitors. It’s easy in theory, of course. Yet SEO isn’t about going down a list of rules and checking off some boxes. It’s a little more complicated than that. The strategies ...

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15 Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Business Advice for New Entrepreneurs

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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10 Habits of Successful Entrepreneurs

When you think of some of the big entrepreneurs, you might get a bit jealous and wonder what you can do differently so that you can be equally as successful. There are all sorts of ways to start businesses and make money, but your mindset and daily habits can make a big difference. These are a few habits of successful ...

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7 Lessons Learned from Managing Remote Talent

How to most efficiently work with remote talent is a question that daunts most experienced managers. After all, managers can’t monitor work on the go, there is is no one-on-one interaction; the employee is not immersed in the culture of the organization, and there are always concerns regarding employee motivation and personal relationship building. In spite of all of the challenges ...

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3 Tactics to Growing a Business in the Healthcare Industry

As new solutions and technologies are released, boosting productivity and streamlining business processes, medical practices are finding more and more reasons to expand. Workflows are becoming more efficient, and clinics can leverage technological advances to allow them to handle more patients. The challenge comes in determining how to bring in those new patients to build the practice. Growing your patient ...

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Why CIOs Prefer “Monkeys,” and Why It Could be Devastating for Cyber Security

Recently, I had a conversation with a top executive at a well-known Fortune 1000 company. This executive admitted to me that, given a choice between hiring truly talented IT security professionals and “monkeys” – meaning cheap, low-level offshore IT personnel – he’d choose the monkeys. His rationale was that his company would not only save money by offshoring cyber security ...

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How Franchises Perform on Major Stock Markets

Some of the biggest names on Wall Street happen to be major franchise enterprises, and this is hardly a new trend. Individual and institutional investors have been placing their money on franchising operations for decades; in fact, some of the major investment banking firms assign market analysts to closely follow companies that follow the franchise model. It should not be ...

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How You Can Use a Press Release to Further Your SEO Effort

Press releases are used for the purpose of sharing news about a company with the intention that it ends up in the media. This strategy of information dissemination has been used for many decades successfully. Today, press releases can be used to complement the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) of your website. They can be used as part of your overall ...

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5 Internal Factors That Impact Employee Morale

While productivity is linked to morale, they are not the same thing. High morale may lead to greater productivity, but it’s not the only factor. There can be various levels of morale and productivity, and the highest standard for companies to strive for is high productivity-high morale. Likewise, morale and motivation are related but different. Morale reflects an employee’s attitude ...

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