What do all digital nomads have in common? They prefer a change of scene rather than to stay in one place for a long time, and they can afford to move around from one location to another because they make their money online. [Read more…] about A Quick Guide to Becoming a Digital Nomad
As the economy drives towards globalization, every company is looking for ways to improve efficiency and productivity while reducing costs. And, one effective way to achieve this is to seek outside services, also known as outsourcing.
Outsourcing is a way for your software development company to engage a third-party organization or individual to handle certain business activities. This allows your company to grow without major investment or risk. [Read more…] about Outside Services Every Software Development Company Needs
Cutting-edge technology is everywhere, regardless of your area of expertise. Additionally, most small businesses adopt new, enhanced technologies to help in running day to day operations. However, to keep up with the ever-expanding tech industry and to leverage it correctly, your business needs tech-savvy employees. [Read more…] about The Benefits of Tech-Savvy Employees for Small Business
You’ve invested money and time to build a successful small business and lately, it seems the profit margins are stagnant. The good news is that there are several things you can do to take it to the next level. [Read more…] about Bringing Your Business to the Next Level
Most of us are busy all the time when we start a small business, and we often even end up working longer hours and earning less than if we worked for a corporation. No matter how hard we try, we never seem to get enough time.
Yet this sense of busyness is an illusion. You have more power over your time than you think. [Read more…] about Work Less and Earn More in Your Small Business
Upselling is what sets apart the good tech salespeople from the great ones. Why settle for a small sale when you could have a huge one? Selling computers is no exception.
Sometimes increasing what computer your customer buys from you is as simple as asking them if they would like to buy a more expensive model that you recommend. However, in addition to the most obvious method of upselling, also comes more subtle techniques.