Quite often, small and medium businesses lose their focus as they spend a lot of time planning a strategy. The complete plan often does not see the light of the day.
At an early growth stage, at times the mantra is to “Keep it Simple”.
Small business owners, independent consultants and freelancers often look for FREE or budget friendly options for their business requirements. todo.vu claims to bring all your customer management and project management into one place, with built in time tracking and billing.
Small businesses, like all organizations, often struggle with their hiring and retention strategies. Owners and the Management spend a lot of their productive time dealing with human resource issues. Here we will share 6 tips to retain employee.
Data collection, integration, analysis have become critical for success in sales. This has made CRM software immensely popular in the last one decade. There are plenty of options available, both free and paid. How do you choose the most appropriate CRM for your small business?
Traditional call center setup required high start-up capital and equally high maintenance costs as well as logistical complexity. A cloud call center can be setup within a few hours and there are no significant hardware, software or maintenance costs.
A great product or service needs to be complemented with a dedicated sales team and innovative sales strategies. Lets look at 3 tips to increase sales.
This is a business idea is apt for fashion entrepreneurs, designers and stylists to provide a personalized online apparel shopping experience to customers.
Hyperlocal ecommerce business model has now ensured the participation of brick and mortar stores and it seems to be the way forward ensuring express delivery and reduction in inventory costs. This is a small business idea for an online garage sale.
Starting a Campus Food Truck Business is a lucrative idea for food entrepreneurs. Find a niche that suits the taste of college students and young professionals in your city, get a customized food cart or truck and spread the message on social media.
The number of start-ups in India is expected to grow from 3000+ in 2014 to more than 11,500 by 2020. From young graduates to experienced professionals and industry veterans, all are taking a plunge and scripting entrepreneurial success stories.