Management

Suggestions for Exposing “Customer Hassles”

Are you battling grumpy customers, low-vitality products, overcrowded services, and a dwindling bottom line? You most emphatically do not have to. Why does this happen? One significant reason is that consumers expect products and services to perform exactly as advertised, without ambiguity or error. It is easy to see why these expectations exist, given our …

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Perhaps You SHOULD Be Concerned About Your Public Relations!

Particularly if your public relations budget is entirely devoted to tactics such as brochures, special events, media relations, and press releases. Please do not misunderstand. Communications tactics are valuable tools that we occasionally use to get a message from here to there. However, as a business, non-profit, or association manager, you can overlook the best …

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Important Points to Consider When Entering into Web Site Development Agreements

When web developers and their clients interact, a variety of different responses can occur. Some are so eager to get started on the project that they completely disregard the legal contract; others simply work under the standard terms without looking at them; and still others sit down and negotiate a deal that works for both …

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Five Strategies to Assist You in Acquiring the Company from Your Boss

“If only I were the boss” is an age-old daydream. Today, more than ever, many employees are transforming their daydreams into reality, with their boss frequently footing the bill. This is referred to as a “leveraged buyout,” and it may work for you. The business press frequently features stories about employees, unions, and or key …

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What Is A Reverse Merger, And Is It Suitable For Everyone?

Numerous reverse mergers have been successful when done properly, which is why I never consent to one without first informing the company of the potential issues and how to resolve them. Additionally, I advise the client on alternates to the reverse merger, including a Regulation D offering, a direct public offering, and a private placement. …

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Five Strategies for Small Cap Companies to Attract Major Investors

If you work for a publicly traded company, you and your investor relations director can take simple yet effective steps right now to significantly increase your company’s exposure and attractiveness to investors, thereby boosting share value and shareholder support. These are straightforward, yet effective strategies for building and maintaining a loyal and growing investor base. …

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Outside the zone of safety

Every day, businesses worldwide face sophisticated threats to their data and communications networks. While enterprises continue to invest heavily in hardening their IT infrastructures and enforcing comprehensive and constantly updated security policies against malicious code attacks, another in-house threat – the mobile workforce – is opening the floodgates to compromised enterprise data and corporate network …

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When Outsourcing During a Recession, There Are Four Key Indicators to Monitor

When it comes to IT offshore outsourcing, the state of the US economy plays a significant role. Your onshore, offshore, or nearshore strategy will be influenced by exchange rates, interest rates, IT employment levels, and even domestic commercial office vacancy rates. America is becoming increasingly reliant on low-cost offshore services. So what is an offshoring …

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