Business Management

Business Owners’ Guide to Raising Healhy Dogs

It’s no secret that dogs have been man’s best friend for years, and people couldn’t agree more. In Los Angeles alone, over 1,163,205 people are dog owners. An array of pups makes those numbers, but chihuahuas make up the most, dominating 15.6% of the entire dog population in Los Angeles, with German Shepherds, Labrador retrievers, and Terrier

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Gutenberg and E-Books: Opportunities in Technology and Business

Entrepreneurship is simple: look at people’s problems and find a way to solve them while making money in the process. This formula is likely to remain the same as human civilization marches forward to 2021 and beyond. Given the vast array of technologies and innovations presently in use and placed next in line, is there

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How Is Venture Capitalism Holding Up in the Pandemic?

As humans, we’re trained to see patterns in different phenomena and objects every day. Not only do we see ways in various aspects of our lives, but most of us also use our analytical skills for work and business purposes. If we know that a business has been doing good by themselves, it’s only logical

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Setting Up an Efficient Home Office for Remote Work

Every two years, servers and computer systems’ efficiency is significantly increased while the costs are cut in half. With Moore’s Law claiming that it’s easier for the average person to acquire their own laptop or personal computer at a relatively low price, most individuals won’t need to be stuck with in an office’s confines to work.

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Will the Virtual Office Work for Your Business in the Long Term?

Working from home used to be the dream of many employees. And while the evidence of previous years shows a trend in that direction, the pandemic has fast-forwarded us all into the age of remote work. Sheer necessity has overcome the prior reluctance of many employers. But is it here to stay? High-profile companies like

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2 Ways to Save Money on Recruitment

For any business, the need for extra hands usually spells growth and success. What many don’t know, though, is the hiring process could be costly, especially if you take a long time to choose an employee. Investopedia has a good rundown of the hiring costs: You include the salaries and benefits of your HR team.

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Marketing Strategies to Boost Sales For Your Auto Repair Shop

Most people don’t tend to actively seek out auto repair shop services until they actually need them. This is why it’s important to be proactive when it comes to your marketing efforts. Your auto repair shop should be the first result that most consumers find when they go searching for the services you offer. Boost

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Pointers Conducting Business in a Foreign Land

Conducting business already requires a lot of preparations and investments before you can turn it into a success. The tasks become more challenging when you have to pursue a venture in a foreign country. Overseas businesses can offer better success and growth, especially if you are targeting a place with rich commercial culture. However, it

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Five Tips on Starting an Online Food Business from Your Home Kitchen

If you enjoy cooking or have received countless compliments for your food, a home-based food business may be a good idea. It can help you earn extra money while allowing you to do something you enjoy. Although frosting cakes and bottling your signature homemade strawberry jam may seem more fun than work, a home-based food

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Starting a Business in the Middle of the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic will undoubtedly go down in history as one of the definitive points of the twenty-first century. Considering both the scale of the pandemic as well as the disruption to virtually every aspect of life, its effects will be felt for years to come. Today, there are now more than 30 million unemployed Americans. 47% of

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