Monday, February 17, 2020
By Darren Ong Chun Yew There are all kinds of customers that businesses and entrepreneurs have to deal with whether they like it or not. You will never get a second chance to make a good first impression. When someone contacts your company for the first time and that stranger feel...
By  Claire Holland Today’s competitive landscape continues to put more demand on small businesses than ever before. As trends inevitably come and go, how do small businesses identify the relevant trends at the right time to not only complement the brand, but also resonate with target audiences? Think about the...
By Darren Ong Chun Yew Cloud Computing is a technology that uses the Internet and central remote servers to maintain data and applications. Cloud computing allows consumers and businesses to use applications without installation and access their personal files at any computer with Internet access. This technology allows for much...
By Vijayakumar Tangarasan   No one really likes to lose. And while ‘a bit of healthy competition’ has been the staple mantra of sports coaches, teachers and parents for decades, it is often a whole different story when it comes to your business. There is an undeniable fear that rival companies will undercut you, steal...
The Digital Finance Imperative, new global research from Chartered Global Management Accountant® (CGMA®), found that CFOs need to rethink how they measure the health of their corporations in the digital age.  According to the study, while the majority of a corporation’s value derives from intangible assets such as customer sentiment and brand, few...
By: Jonathan Clark On a cold, crisp autumn day last year, I was sitting in Union Station discussing a new project with a business owner. In business since 1989, his company had never had a web presence. He handed me a large three-ring binder with a nice, corporate-looking cover. Inside...
By Vijayakumar Tangarasan Are you a messy desk person? If getting through the layers of post-it notes, files and print-outs on your desk would require an archaeological dig, using the principles of feng shui could really help. You might not go as far as the Hong Kong architects who build...
By Ryan Holmes As an entrepreneur, I’ve built and run several different types of businesses over the last few decades. Throughout it all, I’ve learned one important lesson when it comes to customers: Sometimes, it’s simply better for business to get rid of the bad ones. Sure, when your business is...

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