Successful businesses know all too well that their clients matter the most. For one, every purchase they make does not only represent revenue, it represents an opportunity for a business to expand. But what’s more important is how you are perceived through client feedback.
“There is only one thing worse than training employees and losing them, and that’s not training them and keeping them”
This great quote from business “guru” Zig Ziglar and really nails the importance of taking employee training seriously.
Calendars are explicit schemes used for timekeeping and without them we would essentially have chaos. Methods of timekeeping can be traced back to at least the Neolithic Era, which ended between 4,500 and 2,000 BC. The first recorded calendars date to the Bronze Age. Needless to say, the concept of a calendar is nothing new to us and plays a large role in our daily life. Why is it, then, that calendar applications on our computers and mobile devices seem to be little more than an afterthought?
Getting your startup off the ground is hard enough. Between working long hours and trying to line up investors, you’ve got enough on your plate. The last thing you want is your clients and supporters (and your company!) to become the victims of a data breach. While your brand and reputation may recover in time, the best way to handle cyber security is prevention. Here are some steps you can take to reinforce your data.
Transforming the idea to a new Business (Startup) requires great passion in what you are doing, devotion in every aspect, inspired group of people that will support your idea (even rising-up on a higher level) and the right productivity tools that will streamline the way to success.
The most challenging part of all Start-ups is the limited budget at the beginning, so people with brilliant ideas did not manage to swim in the ocean full of sharks. Most of the time their ideas are stolen from some big companies which invest significant funds in the same project, deliver the product/service earlier on the market and start harvesting. The question is, who can survive???
Operational efficiency is the single most important factor that helps businesses to remain competitive and leads them straight to success. Here are 10 smart ways to improve your business operations right now.