Aside from marketing and commercial considerations, choosing a name for your business is an important decision from a legal perspective. Doing it correctly from the beginning can save you a lot of time and expense down the track.
Many businesses are involved in expensive intellectual property related disputes all the time basically because they did not do their homework initially and their brand is too similar to another brand which already exists in the marketplace and which relates to the same or similar goods or services.
I have been trying to restrict my work towards one topic this week – Set up an Online Business. Once you know what you need to sell, be it a product or service, you must work your ass off to prepare a perfect selling pitch. But how the hell a simple combination of words describing what you do and what you have to offer to your customer become ‘perfect’?
Here’s how you can convert your simple ineffective selling pitch to a perfect selling pitch that can never be resisted. Your selling pitch should be so good that your customers act as if you have bound them under a magical spell and come to you and buy what you’re selling. Here’s how you can make it REAL!
I am a marketing specialist. For some people this doesn’t mean much, for others it means nothing. To be honest, at the moment I applied for the position, it was a little blurry for me as well.
Marketing specialist is a general term and could refer to many specific types of specialists including sales managers, promotional managers, advertising representatives, public relations specialists, online marketing experts, etc., in some cases more than one of these types.
Hiring your first employee can be scary. You’re (usually) putting trust into somebody you haven’t got much of any working history with to complete tasks that are essential to your company’s operations, and you’re forking over hard-earned cash in return without 100% certainty on whether or not that person will realistically deliver what you need. A scarier scenario is hiring somebody for a job you need done that you don’t have any understanding of at all, and therefore can’t do nearly as detailed of quality assurance in the early days.
Startup culture is taking off in many cities across the country. Especially prevalent in the IT industry, startups provide individuals with outstanding opportunities to showcase their talent to the world. Although big MNCs are great to work for, startups come with a bundle of advantages too. Since I am working for one, I will be able to tell you guys out of the experience. Read on to find out more.
I don’t believe in the ranking system, especially for the bloggers as I believe that if your blog has a good readership, you are surely a great blogger irrespective of your earnings, traffic stats or authority in the niche.
So, today I am focusing on a list that includes influential bloggers but of different styles and themes. Most of these people write about blogging yet each blog offers a different perspective on blogging.
While there may be some who claim that the UK’s manufacturer sector has declined over the course of the last two decades, it still accounts for an estimated 54% of the nation’s exports. It is also part of a global industry that contributes £6.7 trillion to the world’s economy on an annual basis, so the marketplace remains extremely competitive and a key engine of growth and urban expansion. It is also integral to the development of society too, as we rely on man-made products and structures during everyday life.
Books are the perfect guide for us in all walks of life. Be it spiritual advice, some new art to be learnt, or an excellent informative guide on a subject, a book is a man’s best friend indeed.
Today I am going to share with you a list of books that are meant to kindle the entrepreneurial spirit in you. These are the perfect choice when it comes to the best startup advice. Read on to know what you should be reading; here we go!