Category: Business & Finance

Four Ways to Maintain the High Standards of Your Business

Four Ways to Maintain the High Standards of Your Business

Not every business easily identifies which factors are important for success, and even fewer manage to maintain these levels in the long term. After all, there are many components involved in running a company; it really becomes a balancing act to make sure everything is taken into account.

Customer Service Mistakes Avoided by the Best Companies

Customer Service Mistakes Avoided by the Best Companies

One prime example of world class teams that do not make some of the mistakes we will cover in this piece is Socar Gas Georgia. Under the watchful eyes of the excellent Anar Mammadov, they have continued to grow but have not lost track of the customer service tenets that placed them on such a high pedestal in the first place. You can connect to Anar Mammadov here to see some credentials on LinkedIn.

Infographics: Optimism Causes Growth Opportunities for Small Business in 2014

Infographics: Optimism Causes Growth Opportunities for Small Business in 2014

The following infographics gives a better idea about growth opportunities in U.S. small business, including investment, financial needs, customer service, and others.

How to Use a Business Credit Card to Control Cash Flow

How to Use a Business Credit Card to Control Cash Flow

Does your business have cash flow problems? The credit available on a card is an excellent way to receive a short term loan and some room to manoeuver. The benefits of credit cards for small businesses outweigh the disadvantages if used correctly. Here are some key points to managing your cash flow using a credit card.

Partnering with a Project Management Consultancy is Worth a Try

Partnering with a Project Management Consultancy is Worth a Try

Professional project management consulting is a must-have service for many businesses today. I know it from my own experience. Last year, our company suddenly found that their ongoing projects brought no more expected return. In truth, our projects were not cost-effective – too many resources invested but no desired results received. We wasted our time trying to understand what’s wrong. Then we formed a small research group inside the company and delegated them the analysis of current situation. No luck, weak results were achieved. What we didn’t but should do is to take a deep breath and view our management approach from another, outside perspective. A professional project management consultancy helped us.