10 questions that should be answered before launching a franchise
With franchising, as with a marriage, do not rush. There is a high probability that no one will want to work under your brand, so you should be careful and…

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The phenomenon of demand: how to become a visionary of consumer desires?
“Five or six years ago, leading business thinkers surveyed by our company noticed an increase in instability and predicted a crisis,” says Adrian Slivotsky, who is also a member of…

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IT market: How to survive in an era of crisis
According to  IDC's assessment, the reduction of the traditional IT market in Ukraine in 2013 was 8% (including telephony, the growth was 3.7%) - with a weighted forecast of 0%…

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training and nurturing

BYOD for Small Business: How to Protect Employee Personal Gadgets

Security threats associated with employees using personal devices for business purposes (BYOD, bring-your-own-device) are still often overlooked by organizations. A study by Kaspersky Lab * showed that many owners of small companies believe that BYOD does not pose any danger to their business and prefer to save on the protection of mobile devices, while employees consider such protection to be the task of the employer. Continue reading

10 things that great entrepreneurs do
1. Choose one thing and be strong in it. Startups are small. Resources are limited. You almost always compete with bigger guys that exist much longer than you. Great entrepreneurs…

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5 signs that you should not open your business
To be or not to be your own business? This question is asked by many employees. Some rely on the fact that prices are rising, but wages are not, others…

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State pressure on business: Is there a chance to survive
In the time of crisis, which Ukraine is experiencing now, business demonstrates a valuable ability - to adapt to difficult conditions, to optimize its processes in order to stay afloat.…

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10 things that great entrepreneurs do
1. Choose one thing and be strong in it. Startups are small. Resources are limited. You almost always compete with bigger guys that exist much longer than you. Great entrepreneurs…

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