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Top 25 Startup Quotes for Starters

Posted by on Jan 27th, 2015 in Entrepreneurship, Motivation, Startups | 0 comments

Top 25 Startup Quotes for Starters

Startup Quotes for Starters is an interesting compilation of the innumerable quotes strewn over the internet especially for the starters. It is always better to follow the foot steps of successful people because they would be the “Enlightened Masters” of the challenges and hurdles on the road to success. Startups has become a “Buzz Word” in the business environment and the very word “#startup” can get your tweets more favorited. The very purpose of a startup is to bring an innovative idea into reality- be...

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What Does a Career in Accounting Demands for?

Posted by on Jan 21st, 2015 in Accounting, Financial Accounting, Financial Management, Management Accounting, Project Management, Training & Development | 0 comments

What Does a Career in Accounting Demands for?

Career in Accounting Everybody envy accountants for there is a misconception that they are Demi-Gods. Though a good accounts manager can act like one who can save you from a dire situation by manipulating the accounts skilfully, the demands and challenges in this field are too high to be savored. Purchase Your Copy of “Careers with a Degree in Accountancy and Finance” at Gumroad or Go to https://gumroad.com/l/TBiQ So what does it take to become a reputed accounts man in your circle and also enjoy what you do! Self analysis is the...

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Video on Talent Acquisition and Compensation

Posted by on Jan 13th, 2015 in Human Resource, Training & Development, Video Lecturers | 0 comments

Video on Talent Acquisition and Compensation

Talent Acquisition and Compensation Benefits Human Resource Management Lecture – Talent Acquisition What does the traditional approach in recruiting look like? How is a company able to position and present itself as an attractive place to work through building an employer brand? Which active search strategies help companies to find and approach passive candidates? How can companies retain promising and talented candidates? You Don’t Create Your Employment Brand, Your Candidates And Employees Do” – @ChiHeadhunter Talent hits a target no...

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Is your 2015 resolution to start your own business?

Posted by on Jan 12th, 2015 in Entrepreneurship, Startups | 0 comments

Is your 2015 resolution to start your own business?

Resolution to Start Your Own Business Questions to ask before starting a business in 2015 While you can’t prepare yourself for every aspect of the entrepreneurial lifestyle, here are six important questions to ask before you quit your day job and dive in: What’s your motivation? How developed is your business savvy? How thick is your skin? Do things need to be perfect? Are you willing to get your hands dirty? What’s your financial situation? The problem is that wanting to be the boss or make lots of money generally...

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Consumer Loyalty Is Driven By ‘Trust’

Posted by on Jan 11th, 2015 in Business Ethics, Change management, CSR, Marketing | 0 comments

Consumer Loyalty Is Driven By ‘Trust’

Consumer Loyalty Is Driven By ‘Trust’ One of my most favorite things to say is that people hire brands that they know, like, and trust. Think about it. How do you feel about your insurance man, or the guy who sold you your last car? In all of our lives, there is a salesman that we feel connected to, or a brand that is familiar to us. Making a purchase isn’t just something that we do, it is something that we experience. Managing Brand Equity: Capitalizing on the Value of a Brand Name  When it comes to business and sales, we start to look at...

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Strategic Change-Beyond the Boxes

Posted by on Jan 9th, 2015 in Business Ethics, CSR, Marketing, Strategy | 0 comments

Strategic Change-Beyond the Boxes

Strategic Change-Beyond the Boxes The major focus of corporate strategy is to formulate a method by which any business can adapt to a changing environment enabling to improve its competitive advantage. The corporate strategy theory presents us with the following questions: Where are we now? Where do we want to be? How do we get there? Corporate Self-Analysis The logic is to examine the current status of the business. Areas that come under this self-analysis purview include: Is the business aware of who its stake-holders are? If you are not...

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Business Quiz 1

Posted by on Jan 6th, 2015 in Business Management, Quiz Corner | 0 comments

ProProfs – Business Management Quiz 1 Business Quiz with Multiple Choice...

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Startup Business Plan For a Restaurant

Posted by on Jan 5th, 2015 in Business Management, Entrepreneurship, How To, Marketing, Project Management, Startups | 0 comments

Startup Business Plan For a Restaurant

Startup Business Plan The success of any business, start with a good and efficient plan and this is true in the case of food service trades like restaurants. Generally, Startup food business planning for a restaurant should begin with an executive summary, which will give a summary or overview of the entire business plan. This can act as a blueprint towards guiding entrepreneurs from the initial stages to the first 3-5 years of operation. This plan will document each and every detail about the operation of the restaurant. Executive summary:...

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Objectives of Financial Management

Posted by on Jan 2nd, 2015 in Financial Management | 0 comments

Objectives of Financial Management

OBJECTIVES OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Before looking into the two main objectives of finance management, let us look at the lighter side of money. Some hilarious quotes that will make your day: “Money is like a sixth sense – and you can’t make use of the other five without it.” – William Somerset Maugham “The safest way to double your money is to fold it over and put it in your pocket.” – Kin Hubbard “Money is the best deodorant.” – Elizabeth Taylor “If you think nobody cares if you’re alive, try missing a couple of car payments.” – Earl...

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Scope of Financial Management

Posted by on Dec 29th, 2014 in Financial Management | 0 comments

Scope of Financial Management

SCOPE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Facebook Buys WhatsApp: Boneheaded or Brilliant? This was the title of a  Forbes Article when Mark Zuckerberg acquired Whatsapp for $19 billion dollars, the price that may exceed the GNP of some of those countries. Mark is said to be an unconventional thinker and the WhatsApp acquisition shows Facebook’s determination to follow the road not yet paved. It is a bold move, yet filled with risks along the way. This is one of the finest examples of a big investment decisions of recent times and the right course of...

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