When you’ve finally made the decision to buy a brand new computer, it can become quickly overwhelming when you are presented with the rapidly expanding volume of technical choices available on the market today.
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Project management software is an ideal way to maintain the relationship with your clients throughout a project, and can also help streamline communication.
You think entrepreneurship is all fun and games? Here are the raw unspoken truths about being a business owner.
Accounting software can help with record keeping, stock taking and many other tasks for start-up's. Read these tips to help you make the right choice.
Given that security is typically low on the catalogue of concerns for a fledgling firm, interlopers – both online and offline – will put a new business at the top of their to-do list.
Every business owner or sole trader will know only too well how difficult it is to keep your head above water. Each new day brings a new cost or task, and it’s the toughest decision in the world, choosing where to spend your ever-depleting time. It is for that reason that The Virtual Office, headed by Samantha Clooney, is a business’s best friend and Lifesaver.
Taylor Robinson is passionate about his music and he is passionate about his business. He started Taylor Robinson Music 20 years ago while still in high school. On a recent episode of Shark Tank Robinson came on looking for investors who could help him grow his business to new levels.
I know many of you are expecting me to mention Jay Z, Russell Simmons, Mark Cuban or Daymond John when describing a serial entrepreneur, but I’m about to flip the script. I’m going to set this off by citing the godfather of serial entrepreneur, Mr. Benjamin Franklin.
Today, Shelley and I peeled back the usual reserved business layers and got a little intimate about the path she has co-planned for Talking Therapy, the difficulties she has personally experienced and why she feels so strongly about its success.
Starting your own business can be extremely exhausting. In the initial days, you have to wear multiple hats, from being the owner, to technician, manager, customer care and sales rep.