Why let anything get in the way of your business potential?
Vintonville – Finance Blogger and Wealth Manager
Customer trust is key
to financial success. Your business will fail if you break the trust of your customers. When you're hired by a customer or sell them a product, there is an inherent level of trust. Plumbers are trusted to know how to fix plumbing problems and get the job done right the first time. Mechanics are trusted with knowing how to repair a car.
Smartphones are trusted to work properly – not catch fire.
How can businesses build trust among their customers?…continue reading →
Melbourne is one of the best places to be in Australia. There are a number of museums, galleries and a zoo where people can enjoy with friends and family. Concerts keep happening each year and there’s always the Melbourne Cricket ground, which is a must see for anyone who loves cricket. Not only is it a great place to visit, but a great place to work as well.
There are a lot of businesses that participate in tradeshows. And they really know how to make a lasting impact on people. Small businesses come up with ingenious branding that serves to help people remember them from these trade shows.…continue reading →
Online marketing is difficult no matter the industry, but it’s even more challenging when you’re trying to zero in on a niche audience with specific needs and preferences. Understanding how to reach the right people in the right place at the right moment will allow you to find success.…continue reading →
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 →
Planning your wedding is super-exciting, in large part because it’s a chance to throw a party with whatever theme you want. Sure, it gets busy and stressful at times, searching for the perfect wedding dress on sites like Pinterest and Azazie
, so much that you’re suddenly craving nicotine for the first time in ages and buying Juul e-cigarettes
in bulk. There’s so much to think about, from the perfect wedding venue to the seating arrangements at your dinner.…continue reading →
Running a small business is no easy task.
According to the Small Business Association, there are over 27.9 million
small businesses, with many of them doomed to failure within an average of 3-5 years. It’s grueling work just to keep up, with something like expansion overseas seeming like a stretch. However, what if I told you establishing your firm in another country may not be as hard as you think? In fact, if you know where to look, it can actually be one of the best options for growth you have. And in examining locations, one of the first places you should look is Dubai.…continue reading →
China is the second largest economy in the world, after the USA, but in terms of GDP (Gross Domestic Product), surprisingly, the country already surpassed the United States. With a prolific business environment, China sustains and encourages the foreign investments, whether direct or indirect, through varied and appreciated incentives and strategies that address to all individuals regardless of their nationality. If you are planning to set up a company in China it is suggested to be informed about the investment policies and the legislation related.…continue reading →
Make no mistake about it; taking on the responsibility to give the mentally and physically impaired people the opportunity to contribute to the workforce and earn wages for their work in this way is a huge undertaking which turned out to be a lot bigger than I first anticipated. The journey thus far has been a seriously rewarding one, for myself and for all the differently-abled people I employ across my businesses (I prefer to refer to them as “differently-abled” as opposed to “disabled”).…continue reading →
Tax season is stressful for entrepreneurs and anyone working on the finances of a small business. Unlike most of your business issues, which come from within and are almost entirely within your control, this one lies squarely outside your realm of influence; there isn’t much a small business owner can do to change tax laws.…continue reading →
Although I’m more than proud of how far I’ve come in my career as an entrepreneur, I wouldn’t say I’m quite where I’d ultimately like to be. Perhaps one could say the five-year plan of five years ago has been realised and slightly overachieved as well, but goal posts shift in the world of business and the higher up you climb the better your view of so many other paths you can take, so there’s always in a sense a new five-year plan.…continue reading →