Getting Headhunted

If you’re tired of your job, underappreciated, under used and perhaps most significantly underpaid, you’ll find yourself sitting at your desk desperate to get a call from a head hunter as you tap at away at a task that has become routine. You’re overqualified for what you’re doing, desperate to be really engaged and challenged in a new, executive position. The solution to all your problems would be a call from a specialist, telling you’re perfect for a new vacancy that you hadn’t even heard about. It’s an endorsement of your talents, a step up on your career ladder and a foot in the door all in one go.…continue reading →
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5 Ways to Defend Your Business in a Lawsuit

Few events are more scary or frustrating for a business than being presented with a lawsuit. Suddenly, everything you’ve worked for -- all the energy you’ve poured into the company -- seems to be at risk.…continue reading →
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How to sell your house quickly

If you’re keen to secure a quick property sale, you may well be asking ‘what’s the best way to sell a house fast?’ …continue reading →
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How to create a successful property investment business plan

A solid property investment business plan is like a good map, it can help you find your way through uncharted territory so you can avoid the traps and head straight to the treasure. Here are some useful tips to help you create a good property investment business plan to aid you in your investment journey.…continue reading →
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4 Reasons You Need Wi-Fi For Your Next Event

So, you're planning an event? There are many things you need to consider: health and safety, the venue/ location, food and drink, entertainment, and much more. One thing that often slips under the radar during small events is the use of an event Wi-Fi to bring connectivity to everyone who attends your event. Whether you are hosting a concert, an exhibition, a launch or a conference giving your audience’s/ customer’s access to the internet can have many benefits.…continue reading →
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4 things you need to know about taking a loan to start your own business

Are you excited about starting your own business but you don’t have the budget to do so? Is your low Credit Score affecting your financial decisions? Or you simply spent too much this month and your salary alone can’t even cover the expenses? Most of the times we find ourselves in need for a loan, and the idea of starting a business by ourselves seems impossible and almost frightening. But there’s still hope! In this era of consumerism, even the loan institutions and banks take their time to hear the voice of their customers, so from the variety of options they offer, you will most definitely be lucky enough to find the one which better suits your needs! Of course, there are a lot of things you need to know before taking a loan that can help you achieve your goals. Let’s talk about some of them!…continue reading →
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Building Efficiency In Product Customization: 6 Business Tips

Custom and personalized products are growing more popular all the time, but you can’t pump them off a manufacturing line in the same way you can generic items. As technological innovation transforms a number of different industries, it’s important for businesses to build efficiency into their products. Are you? …continue reading →
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The quality of pigments in Modern Printing

Imagine a world without colour, what would it be like? It would be a seemingly dull world with no visual differences in our everyday life. In the past, we had to rely on natural products to input colours into our life through dyeing, painting or even staining. With the advancement in technology, we are able to formulate new colours and integrate them into our world today.…continue reading →
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How Full-Time Travel Bloggers Manage their Business

Yes, it is indeed a business if travel blogging is something which is done on a full-time basis, which shouldn’t really be all that surprising, because otherwise how would these travel bloggers be able to fund their very travels? It’s an either-or thing – there are no in-betweens. You have to be fully committed to it in order to make it work, which means running it like a business. Your travels need to earn you money, or at the very least you have to find a way for those travels to recuperate the amount you’d otherwise spend on them.…continue reading →
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Professionalising Your Operation

True entrepreneurs at heart cannot help but inevitably get to a point where they fight an internal battle between staying true to their informal hustler roots and necessity of adding a bit more corporate-grade professionalism to their operations. While innovative and leading companies such as Google have shown us that it is indeed possible to marry the two worlds and that it doesn’t have to be an explicit case of either or, the most dominant elements of the corporate professionalism always tend to shine through, so as is the case with the likes of Google and features such as resident sleeping pods, all of this is still contained within a professional corporate environment.…continue reading →
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