Tips on Integrating a New Shopping Cart Without Website Downtime

When integrating a new shopping cart with their website, many online business owners first want to have the assurance that the whole process will go smoothly, without any problems like website downtime. This is certainly a valid concern, as every minute a business website is down could mean lost sales. Here are some tips on how you can make your web shopping cart integration a success:…continue reading →
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How to Craft a Killer Pitch Deck

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Among the many challenges of starting a new company, securing funds from investors ranks at or near the top for most entrepreneurs. To prepare for these meetings, owners of startup organizations should prepare a pitch deck. A pitch deck must include the core slides all investors expect and is similar in scope to a business plan. It should contain no more than 15 to 20 slides as investors are busy people and will likely lose patience with anything longer.…continue reading →
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5 Must-Do Home Improvement Projects Before You Sell Your Home

Ready to sell your home?  Most sellers quickly find that before they can list their home, they need to make a range of improvements to attract potential buyers.  Whether you’re dedicated to the idea of selling your home on your own or enlist a realtor to assist you in the process, you’ll likely find a slew of improvements that need to be done.…continue reading →
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How to Recharge When Work is Burning You Out

Work burnout wasn’t a broadly familiar concept 50 years ago. Today, it’s one of the most common phrases across many industries.…continue reading →
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What Aspects Of A Will Can A Lawyer Help With?

When assets need to be divided up before someone’s death, it is sensible to hire a solicitor. They can help in a variety of different ways and they will make the whole process much easier than if you try to do this all on your own.…continue reading →
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The 7 Biggest Mistakes in Resource Management

Resource management is an abstract skillset used by a variety of different positions and business leaders. For example, entrepreneurs need to manage both investment capital and human resources wisely if they want to succeed, and project managers need to keep their employees, contractors, vendors, and budgets in order if they want the client to be satisfied. Few positions require resource management quite as much as project portfolio management (PPM), however, as project portfolio managers need to think about resources on every level, from high-level enterprise planning to the individual workers executing tasks to accomplish the vision.…continue reading →
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The Big Business of Sports Sponsorship

It really rubs me up the wrong way hearing some people asking questions like “Why do we give footballers so much money and yet we pay nurses, firemen and policemen a fraction of what these sports stars earn?” I mean they’re not involved in any of the sports sponsorship deals and so they can’t claim any ownership of the money “given to footballers” and other sports stars, can they?…continue reading →
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A Streetwise Approach to Starting and Running a Business

I’m not suggesting that anyone harbouring aspirations of making it in the business world should completely shun the idea of attending business colleges such as Harvard Business School, London School of Business and the likes, but in my humblest opinion one can only really learn about business by being in…Keep reading
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