4Networking, the business breakfast network started by entrepreneur Brad Burton, has unveiled its plans to launch in the USA, Republic of Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, and ultimately to create the world’s first, joined up global business network.
In this rapidly shrinking world we need to take advantage of the business opportunities of dealing with foreign companies and business owners.
Whilst watching Week 2 of The Apprentice, I joined in the Twitter debate along with many other viewers and noted a few issues that surprised me and that I also find fairly worrying.
British bosses are banning Blackberries and other smart-phones over fears they cost more in lost productivity than they gain, according to employment law experts.
At A Suit That Fits, we were lucky enough to have the support of some fantastic friends early on. Essentially, a few of our friends loved the idea of being part of the world’s first online tailoring company, and took a sabbatical from their careers to help out.
Sales Expert Andy Preston explains that although LinkedIn is one of the best business development tools available, many people don’t use it properly, and even worse – make various mistakes that actually LOSE them sales, rather than WIN them…
Running a business whilst being a full time mum is no mean feat. However, eight mums have proven that this is something that can not only be done, but it’s something that can be done well enough to receive recognition as they received awards for their endeavours during the annual Mumpreneur Conference & Awards.
The Apprentice, the BBC’s multi award-winning business entertainment series returns for a sixth run on Wednesday 6th October, as a new line-up of contender’s face Lord Sugar as they battle for boardroom supremacy.
Graham Lowes, marketing director, OKI Printing Solutions, says If it looks too good to be true, it probably is. An over-used phrase perhaps, but in the case of cheap printer consumables, it could hardly be more relevant. The economy may be gradually pulling away from recession, but SMEs are still focused on running a tight ship and they can be forgiven for looking to save money at every opportunity.