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Altruistic Business: 4 Reasons Your Company Should Support Charity Efforts

If your business has been approached for involvement in a charitable event, you should seriously consider lending your support. Beyond the fact that charitable work is simply the right thing to do, it also can have a number of very substantial benefits for your company. Read on for some of the most compelling reasons why your company should support charity ...

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Notable Security Checks: 3 Aspects To Consider The Next Time You Hire

Hiring is a sensitive time for any business or company. It just takes a single action of a careless employee to see your enterprise crumbling from within. Whether it’s from failure to protect sensitive business data that results in security breaches or inability to maintain positive relations with clientele and business partners, the wrong employee can stifle business growth and ...

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Everything You Should Know about Time Management Software for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners

Many of us frequently feel that we don’t waste time at all during office hours or at the workplace. In general, we come across a lot of people who say the same phrase “I was too busy.” But the fact is that we never ever actually count the number of working hours that we spent on those specific tasks. The ...

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The Benefits of Basing Your Business in a Co-Working Space

Co-working spaces are the innovative alternative to traditional offices and they’ve taken the commercial property market by storm. According to the 2017 DeskMag Survey, the amount of people renting a desk in a co-working space has risen by 41% since the beginning of last year – so what makes them so popular? For many entrepreneurs, the study or spare room ...

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CEOs of Home-Based Businesses Need More Than Homeowner’s Insurance to be Really Covered

Working from home can be incredibly satisfying. But did you know it may inadvertently put your entire business (and life) in a bind if you’re not adequately prepared? If you’re one of the 38 million CEOs running a home-based business, it’s imperative to know that your home insurance may not provide adequate protection for your business, no matter how small. ...

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Best Tips for Buying an Online Business

I’ve made it my business to help people buy and sell websites, and I’ve bought and sold more than a few during my career. What does that mean to you? It means I can help you navigate your way through the process, whether you’re buying or selling. I’ve learned quite a bit from mistakes I’ve made personally and those mistakes ...

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13 Entrepreneurs Share Advice On Starting a Side Business

Full-time jobs can be rewarding, and so is a side hustle that is effectively implemented. It’s a great way to earn that extra cash to supplement your main source of income. Some of the side business can end up helping you become your own boss. So what do you need to know before starting that side hustle? We asked entrepreneurs ...

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How to Make Your Business Stand out from the Crowd

If you think it’s tough pitting your product against a handful of big competitors, try 7,700 small ones. At one point in time, nearly 8,000 e-juice flavors flooded the market, each one more outrageous and eye-catching than the last. While the immediate reaction for some businesses in similarly cutthroat markets may be to try to outdo the competition, that tactic ...

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Multiple Revenue Streams – the Benefits, and How to Build them Successfully

Money. Whether you have a lot, a little, or just enough to get by, most of us would like to increase our financial resources. You can do that through working hard and saving every penny or you can think outside of the box, ask questions, and create the multiple revenue streams that would allow you to increase your money with ...

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Sales Manager Magic: 4 Strategies for Improvement to Show Your Team

It’s easy to simply describe someone as a natural salesperson, but this ability is often the result of extensive training and application of techniques presented by company leaders. One of the key responsibilities of any sales manager is to turn their workforce into a well-oiled selling machine that operates under cooperative team principles. Each person needs to know what to ...

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