5 Discernible Signs Your Business is Ready for Expansion

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Every entrepreneur hopes he/she will expand weeks after doors are opened up for business. Many businesses are excited to reach this expansion phase quicker than others. It’s vital to discern when its right to move up.

If you experience some of these, get prepared to take on a higher level of operation..

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Lucy Adams – How to Create a Conducive Working Climate in Any Company

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Have you ever been in a situation where most things go wrong and you can’t cope with the simplest of tasks?

Fatigue, unwillingness to work, and negligence in performing official duties could also be serious issues to deal with. I’ll called this – The adverse socio-psychological climate.

The paper is based on the research prepared by Lucy Adams, an outsourced writer you can find at this page.
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9 Tips to Finding the Right Co-founder for Your Business

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To complement your skills  and  build a formidable force from the onset, carrying the burden of a business alone is not an easy task.

Two heads are better than one. For diversity and continuity, introducing a co-founder could be a good thing for times you’ll not be available for your business.

To find and accept a co-founder is a daunting task for most entrepreneurs bearing in mind giving away a certain degree of control to the business.

To help out with this sensitive business decision, I’ve outlined a few tips to help you in your decision. Continue reading “9 Tips to Finding the Right Co-founder for Your Business”

3 Simple Ways to keep Your Customers Happy and Coming Back

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Keeping loyal customers is like making friends and keeping them, we all had that single person we called ‘best friend’ way back in high school. We always hung out together, ate lunch, visited the library to study, played pranks and did all interesting things teenagers do at the time.

It was all about investing time into the blossoming relationship hoping we’ll never part even after high school.Your customers are like those best friends if you treat them that way. Continue reading “3 Simple Ways to keep Your Customers Happy and Coming Back”

Want to Work from Home? Easy Steps to Set up a Premium Home Office

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If working from home is what you’ve desired and you’re ready to make it happen. Investing in some extras for your new home office won’t be a bad idea. These easy steps will help you get started towards achieving something really nice. Continue reading “Want to Work from Home? Easy Steps to Set up a Premium Home Office”

knocked Down in the Market Place? – 5 Resuscitating Strategies

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Being a newbie entrepreneur in an unknown terrain is similar to swimming with sharks in murky water. Your industry is also a strong factor in determining the battles you’ll be exposed to. Businesses that thrive on sales volume to post profits are culprits to guerrilla business practices. “Winner takes all” is the rule of the game especially when there’s a weak demand in the market space for available products. Continue reading “knocked Down in the Market Place? – 5 Resuscitating Strategies”

Dealing With Defaulting Customers

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Invoices going past due date without any financial commitment from your customer can be frustrating. It even hurts when your customer starts to play pranks on you. You’ve done your due diligence on the customer and have rated him as credit worthy, overtime he starts to default.

Delay in collection is an ordeal every small business owner must learn to deal with. Being able to bootstrap at this time is what makes the journey as an entrepreneur challenging but rewarding. Activate your sixth sense, use every possible tactics to recover your money in this situation.

Delayed payments have led to deteriorating business relationships, fights, lawsuits, confiscation of property, violence and other vices and inconveniences.

This is not a good position to be as your reputation could be marred in the process.These few tips could help put your acts together in your effort to get paid. Continue reading “Dealing With Defaulting Customers”

5 Things to Consider Before Issuing Your First Invoice

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As a new business starting out, you’re optimistic that your products will interest buyers who would part with money for a job well done. Your business model may also permit services to be rendered first before invoices are settled.   Continue reading “5 Things to Consider Before Issuing Your First Invoice”