In small business, you can’t expect strong sales or great customers and clients without first fostering trust in your offering. Expecting anything less is a case of putting the cart before the horse, writes Renae Smith.
Getting the best deal when buying a business (or selling one, for that matter) boils down to one key factor – preparation. In this article, Renae Smith explains how to get ready to make the deal of a lifetime.
Running a small business often means working with small margins. In turn, smaller margins require keeping a diligent eye on company expenses and effectively cutting costs when needed.
Having an online presence is vital to ensure that businesses stay relevant in the digital age. For most companies, a simple social media page just doesn’t cut it and a ‘proper’ website is needed. Luckily, as the world embraces the digital age, it’s easier to create a website than ever before.
Human resources tends to be associated with larger companies, but HR for small business is just as important as it is for the big end of town.
Using LinkedIn to recruit employees for your small business is a no-brainer but getting started may be daunting for the uninitiated. Here’s how to put your best foot forward the first time.
Taking on a personal assistant was once reserved for the higher echelons of management personnel. But with the dawn of the ‘always on’ work paradigm and modern information tech, the virtual assistant has become an affordable solution to a host of logistical problems.
Advertising vacancies for positions is a necessary aspect of growing any company, but all too often employers waste time with job ads that don’t hit the mark.