Hiring staff is vital for the growth and development of business. However, taking in employees for the first time entails a set of legal obligations, expenses, liabilities, and contracts.
If you’re interested in living as an expatriate, you might find yourself in a rather complex situation, especially if you don’t already have a visa. Deciding to relocate to another country is no easy decision and the process itself isn’t necessarily a cinch, either.
Dr. Kristen Nielsen Donnelly the EVP at Abbey Research, a concierge research company, providing evidence based consulting for small businesses and non profits joins Enterprise Radio.
Startups are part of the American Dream, and small businesses play a key role in economic growth. Between 2009 and 2013, 60% of the jobs created were from small businesses.
As a business owner, one of your core priorities is to keep your people connected and communicating. Phones play a critical role in the communications infrastructure of any business, from a local mom-and-pop shop to a large multinational company.
As soon as the work of getting a new business off the ground is done, the next step is pretty exciting. Watching the dollars roll in as your client base builds up is great, but with that, you’re likely to experience a few growing pains. When this does happen with your business, what can be done to make the transition seamless?
Peter Kantarelis the CEO and Owner of LOOKUP.COM.AU, that provides IT Managed Services to Small to Medium Enterprises and Franchise Groups joins Enterprise Radio.
Kahala Grier, Business Development Manager at Charlotte based Top 5 Media Group, a branding firm that provides small businesses with their Marketing and PR needs joins Enterprise Radio.