Scaling your business refers to the capability of a startup to cope and perform under an increased or expanding workload. Every business starts out as a startup but one that can increase its revenue while still managing to keep its operating costs at the same or only minimally higher is a business that has excellent scalability. Being able to scale your startup requires certain infrastructure in place. Here are the top five ways to scale your startup in a month.
At first glance, it feels that a growing business has it made. The same goes for its owner. You have managed to survive the initial chaos of starting a business and things are looking up at the moment. You are getting more orders or accounts and your customer base is growing. You might even feel the urge to relax for a couple of days, let go of the reigns you have been holding with unyielding focus. Read More
The hiring industry is one of the very few sectors of economic activity, where work never stops. Even during the global slowdown between 2008-2010, employment increased in Delhi by 23,000 in both public and private sectors, according to Government of India Statistics. Not just this, more than 3.6 million executive leaders are predicted to retire in 2017 as per a report by MRInetwork. This means that more younger employees will be required, to fill the management positions.
Congratulations! You’ve successfully launched your own business and are starting to see profitable results. If you’re hoping to grow your business, it might be time to start looking for outside help for some vital functions. You’re the expert at what you do and at the services and products you offer your customers, and that should be your focus. Here are 5 professionals you need to hire so that your business can flourish and you can concentrate on what you do best.
USA Startup Jobs scheduled to be launched August 2015 answers complex, pricey, and time-consuming recruitment processes with an all-in-one, one-step job offering and seeking procedure, allowing USA-based SMEs to find the ideal candidate for the task required, fast and easy. It also provides talented professionals from the USA and abroad with an opportunity to send their resume and get instantly matched with the right employer.
I wanted to let you know about a new StarterPad module we just released called “Discuss”.
It allows you to share articles or start discussions on anything related to startups. Whether it’s growth hacking, or marketing, or hiring, or finding investors … whatever is on your mind.
Starting up your own business takes a lot of courage. If you’re used to working within the safe confines of employment, stepping out into self-employment can be frightening; especially if you plan to hire other people who will depend on you for their livelihoods. However, this can be exceptionally rewarding and liberating. Working under others isn’t always the best thing for everyone, and you can pick up a lot of skills by becoming your own boss. That being said, you want to protect your back at this uncertain time, so what do you need to consider?
Bringing someone new on board in your budding startup is a big deal. With your first hire, you become an employer, rather than just an entrepreneur. And with that comes a new degree of responsibility and risk. That’s why you need to be really careful about your first hires – a great team is, after all, the heart of every startup. Here are five practical hiring tips for startup owners who plan to employ new team members and aren’t sure how to make their first hires a success.