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How to Avoid Your Start-up Failing

Starting your own business is pretty much always an uphill struggle. To succeed, budding entrepreneurs need to remain healthy, pro-active, smart and enthusiastic, which is easier said than done. Here are some tips to avoid your start-up from failing. Plan Ahead Establishing a business plan is an absolute must for all new companies. Your business plan will keep your ideas ...

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Top 8 Characteristics of Successful Entrepreneurs

We have witnessed many businesses rise and fall. While a lot of factors go behind the success of any rising empire. That one cornerstone which marks out a successful venture from the rest is the mind behind it from the start to eternity of that organization. To emulate their success it’s essential to learn about their characteristics that sets them ...

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Questions You Need to Ask in Your Staff Survey Program

Regardless of your company’s size, managers and CEOs should get more involved in order to retain employees. Employees who are not allowed to have an opinion lower productivity and influence their colleagues in a negative manner. Basically, they feel voiceless and they come to work with no enthusiasm at all. Have you ever thought of increasing engagement using staff surveys? ...

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5 Tips For Creating Your Pitch

If you’re trying to start a new business, and want to accelerate growth either through raising capital or joining an incubator at some point in time your going to have to pitch your idea to investors. Startup Accelerators are great way to start turning your great idea into an actual business. They provide your startup with a workplace, early capital, ...

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When Failure is an Option: Four Ways to Turn a Floundering Business into a Thriving Business

Most businesses launch as a result of need in a certain marketplace, in response to demand for a specific product, or with an innovation or more efficient service offering. A business may thrive for many years fulfilling the needs of their specific market and consumer demand. But inevitably, in the majority of industries, businesses have to adapt to changes in ...

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Business Loyalty and Civic Pride, Or: Reasons to Stay Where You Are

What does a business owe a city, when technology can transform “Somewhere” into “Nowhere,” when, with a few digital signatures and attached articles of incorporation, a company can renounce its citizenship, fire its employees and dematerialize like an act of wholesale denial? The warehouses will then empty, the office furniture – the desks, chairs, couches and tables – will be ...

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How Pet Franchising Can Be Lucrative For You

Just because you have a full life with a family, community activities and hobbies does not mean that you cannot take the next step with your career goals and open a pet franchise. Buying the franchise is only the beginning of the journey to becoming a lucrative pet franchise within your community. Here’s how you can do it. Expect Small ...

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Questions to Ask When Buying a Business

Purchasing a business is a major decision. When you are going through the decision-making process it is important to make sure that you get answers to the questions below so you can be sure that you are making a smart business decision that is right for you. Tell me about the business’ history and your involvement with it. – This ...

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A Guide to Business Etiquette in Brazil

With a business travel industry currently ranked eighth in the world, Brazil is an international business hub — soon to surpass Italy, France and the U.K. If you’re one of the many business travelers heading to the popular South American destination, the following business etiquette guidelines will help you leave a positive impression on your Brazilian counterparts and avoid embarrassing ...

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Business Telephony for the 21st Century

With so much focus placed on new methods of communication such as email, text messaging, Skype, and social media, it is easy to see why so little attention is paid to one of the oldest pieces of office equipment still in use: the telephone. Many entrepreneurs heavily research the best computer, tablet, and smartphone combination for their needs. They even ...

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