Let me guess. You have a business idea and you’ve gone back and forth for weeks, months or maybe even years wondering if it could really work. You’ve done a little bit of research, talked to a few ambitious friends and … you’ve hit a brick wall. You’re not sure what to do next. Life continues on, but you’re still stuck wondering.
The U.S. elections have left strong marks these past weeks. Not only on a social-political level do we all feel its effects, but also on the wider, global entrepreneurial one.
While those having chosen Trump for president are U.S. citizens, it is also far beyond the American borders that strong implications will arise. Multinational companies and especially multilingual and multicultural businesses are the first ones in line to get affected by this whole political change.
Christmas is the day of devotion and care when love is spread with each other. This affection is shown by giving gifts and sharing kind words.
Many people think about earning an MBA and imagine that the career which follows would involve a lifetime spent at a desk or working for a faceless corporation. This can be particularly discouraging for anybody who is interested in developing their business skills for the sake of their own interests.
Times are changing fast, and any businesses that can’t keep up usually become overlooked by companies that are similar but have adapted to the 21st century. With all the changes in technology and advertising, it’s easy for a longstanding business to fall behind.
If you don’t have experience in the business world, don’t despair. There are plenty of ways to learn the key components of a successful business. Here are five strategies to improve your knowledge about business.