All posts tagged "business woman"

  • How to start a cafe or restaurant business

    Are you a woman that loves business, and unashamedly loves food? If so, running a restaurant could be the perfect challenge for you. With equal portions of dealing with the food aspects, being front of...

  • What’s your action plan when things go wrong?

    Nearly everyone who goes into business is at aware of the fact that at times, it can be a risky game. Even the most reliable chains of supply and demand can be affected by things...

  • 8 top ways to get savvy with your business

    If you look the word ‘savvy’ up in the dictionary, you will probably find a definition along the lines of ‘good at judgments; pertaining to a shrewd and practical knowledge.’ As you can see, being...

  • Why working 9 to 5 is archaic

    Back in the 1800’s manufacturing and factory work was booming. Staff were working long, unhealthy hours, sometimes 16 hours a day. In response to this, in 1817 a revolutionary man by the name of Robert...

  • Why your hands-on business still needs to be tech-savvy

    Many businesses don’t operate in the conventional office setting. Whether you run a landscape gardening business or a bricklaying company, modern tech and software still matter. Many people who work with their hands don’t feel...

  • How to set goals in your business planning

    Goal setting is an essential part of starting, operating and growing your business.   Without a plan we often get distracted, lose focus, get lost and quite simply don’t achieve positive results.   Harvard Business released a...

  • Why you could franchise your own business

    If you are thinking of franchising, a franchise opportunity can offer some businesses the chance to optimize their returns, but not many people are aware of what franchising involves. Why franchise a business? Franchisees propel...

  • How to get your clients to pay more

    In a recent article for Entrepreneur magazine, Mike Templeman writes that when it comes to pricing your product, “don’t be the cheapest, be the best.” The author notes that founders of startups entering a competitive...

  • After the applause: the benefits of entering award programs

    After the applause: the benefits of entering award programs

    Entering awards provides entrepreneurs like Jade McKenzie the Founder of Event Head with a unique platform to scale their business, build powerful networks and boost their profile. It also helps motivate award entrants to set...