Your business is your baby. You’ve invested your time, energy and money into bringing your dream to life. And while it’s worth every stressful moment, there are also safeguards that need to be put in place to ensure that you aren’t vulnerable to risk.
It’s no secret that for most businesses, computers are very important. From tablet POS’ to desktop systems for your team, computers are essential for day to day operating. While getting the hardware is no longer cost prohibitive… finding the right software for your business needs may be a little more complicated. As business owners begin to scale their businesses, they may find themselves choosing between developing their own proprietary applications or purchasing a ready-to-use software.
Women are taking more chances with their money. We’re aggressively pursuing ways to make our money work for us. Many of us are overcoming our fears of the stock market and getting off the fence and starting to invest. I didn’t start investing in stocks until just this year. Although I have owned investment properties and have had 401k savings, I hadn’t yet ventured into the world of investing in stock.
Christmas and the new year are just around the corner. Corporate holiday parties have started, the meals with friends and families are well on their way. We all know what this means – Most of your healthy habits will be on hiatus for the majority of this festive period.
No matter how good your idea is, if you want to succeed in business, you have to be familiar with good marketing practices. Marketing is not solely about branding and advertising your product or service. While these are two important aspects of it, there’s much more that goes into a solid marketing campaign.
Christmas is one of the most amazing times of the year. It’s full of laughter, joy, and giving. But it’s also a time that is just as chaotic as it is festive. From the endless visits from friends and family to prepping for holiday dinners or overnight guests, the holidays can wreak havoc on your home.