• How to Make Your Business Environment Extra Attractive to Clients

    How to Make Your Business Environment Extra Attractive to Clients

    Customer comfort is vital for building a successful business brand. Therefore, smart business owners pay great attention to customers’ experiences within their premises. Every workplace is different, and depending on the atmosphere you create around your business office, you can gain clients or lose them. When you make a positive first impression around your workplace, you boost customers’ engagement with your business. Do you want to improve how customers feel about your workspace? Try these tips to build a customer-friendly corporate environment. (more…)

  • Welcome To The Gig Economy

    Welcome To The Gig Economy

    The world is a changing place, and what we once knew about the workplace has been thrown out of the window. It is now the age of the digital nomad. We constantly hear talk about the ‘gig economy’, but you may wonder what does that really involves? You may also wonder if it is something that might suit you? (more…)

  • 3 Self-Employed Careers That Can Earn Big Bucks

    Self-employment is on the rise as more people realize they want to work for themselves. Sure, there are some benefits of being an employee, but most of the time you spend your days doing work for someone else. There’s always someone above you to boss you around, and your schedule is designed around other people. When you’re self-employed, you’re in control of your career. You dictate when you work, and you can almost decide how much you want to earn based on how much effort you want to put in. 

    With that in mind, there are tonnes of great self-employed careers out there for you to consider. So, here are some of the ones that can potentially reel in a lot of cash: (more…)

  • A Quick Start Guide to Freelancing

    A Quick Start Guide to Freelancing

    So many of us railroad ourselves into the world of employed work that we don’t even consider other options that may be out there for us. Freelancing is just one. It entails working for yourself and building your own fortune rather than working towards building someone else’s. If this sounds good to you, here’s a quick start guide! (more…)

  • 8 Ways To Cut Your Business Costs

    8 Ways To Cut Your Business Costs

    If things are a little tight and money is stretched in your business, then there are always cuts to be made on costs. Who doesn’t want more money, and if making more isn’t an option right now, then spending less may be the way to go. When you look at the things you spend your money on, sometimes you just need an outsider’s perspective to look at where things are going and what other options are there. Before you get someone else in though, have a look at this list and see if there are some obvious ways you can cut costs that perhaps you just hadn’t thought of.  (more…)

  • Making The Most Of Your Home Business And Progressing To The Next Stage

    Making The Most Of Your Home Business And Progressing To The Next Stage

    Many people who start a business will remember the first time they got that idea or ambition to make running a business become their reality. Sometimes it happens quite quickly, for others it takes time for ideas to be nurtured. But many of these enterprises begin at home. It can be the ideal scenario to get things up and running, but as your business progresses, so will the need for the next steps. So what can you do? Here are some ideas to help your home business progress to the next level.  (more…)

  • Succeed by preparing for failure in business

    Succeed by preparing for failure in business

    You might be raising your eyebrow at the title of this article, but it actually makes complete sense to prepare for failure in business. You might be an entrepreneur who’s deeply passionate about their innovative business model and you’re striving for success with a positive mindset, but preparing for failure doesn’t mean that you’re suddenly adopting a negative viewpoint. You’re not giving up before you’ve started; you’re just making sure that you always have a backup plan to pull your business back up to its feet in the event that anything tries to knock it down.


  • How to convince clients you're trustworthy

    How to convince clients you’re trustworthy

    When you open your doors as a small business– be they literal or metaphorical – then you take on responsibilities. You take on the responsibility for your own livelihood and ability to make a living, of course, but that’s just the beginning. Most importantly, you take on the responsibility of your customers, of being able to meet their needs and do the things that you claim to be able to do.

    That’s quite a big ask, especially if you have relatively little experience dealing with the hopes and expectations of a client base. If you want your business to succeed, then it’s imperative that you understand the trust your clients place in you and your company could be the thing that makes or breaks you.

    So how can you reassure customers that you are trustworthy and that their information is safe in your hands? (more…)