Archive for the ‘Start-Ups’ Category

With hundreds of options available, selecting the right cloud platforms for your business can be difficult. Here’s 18 of the best for your consideration.

For any business, a website is a must these days. If you are a business owner, the first thing that […]

InHiro is a tool that helps you hire through social networks, your existing employees and partners. For this #TYBspotlight, I spoke with InHirolead designer and project manager : Lucia Kubinska to find out more about this exciting start-up.

The launch of mobile payment processing changed everything. Businesses can collect on the spot to cover payroll and expenses, freeing them from the uncertainty of low cash flow periods while reducing operating costs and benefiting customers at the same time.

A business is a lot like a car: all the parts and pieces need to work together for you to move forward. And just like a car, to keep it running at peak performance you’ll need occasional upgrades and services. Depending on your business model and budget, you need to decide which upgrades take priority. But no matter of what you start with, there are many simple, cost-effective upgrades available that’ll help your business run like a well-oiled machine.

This article is based on the lessons I have learned from starting a web company over 3 years ago. We started with very little money and even less experience, a combination that you think would make us almost guaranteed to fail.

It’s becoming harder and harder to seal up all the loose ends of data. This may take a re-imagining of the way you handle your in-house data management and distribution policy.

As a company founder, you want to maximise the valuation of your technology company in an exit sale. You need to – and can – plan for this years in advance.

A business’s website is a crucial component of their marketing efforts and needs to be updated with the latest information and products that their business offers. When chosen properly, a webmaster can turn a business’s site into a very profitable tool.

OceanaBoost was set up by Declan Moore (17), David Ryan (17) and Barry Holland (17). All three of these young entrepreneurs are students of Clonakilty Community College, in Clonakilty, County Cork (Ireland).