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Careers for Cancer the Crab

Careers for Cancer the Crab

Cancer the crab definitely brings his cautious nature into his career and business arrangements. He is one to think things through before making a decision and tends to be quite reserved with money. He is practical and will not blow large amounts of money on something that is not really necessary for the business. They are highly creative and like to take charge to further their ideas. Cancer individuals are also highly intuitive and have a deep understanding of other’s emotions and motives and therefore can be very useful to the company he works for because he is able to understand exactly what is going on with incredible accuracy. He can be kind, but he is certainly not naive.

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Entrepreneurship In The 21st Century

Entrepreneurship In The 21st Century

Many definitions of entrepreneurship can be found in the literature describing business processes. The earliest definition of entrepreneurship, dating from the eighteenth century, was deemed to mean an economic term describing the process of bearing the risk of buying at certain prices and selling at uncertain prices. Later, the term broadened to include the concept of bringing together the factors of production. This definition led others to question whether there was any unique entrepreneurial function or whether it was simply a form of management. In more recent times, the concept of innovation was added to the definition of entrepreneur-ship. Innovation would blossom into many categories: Process innovation, market innovation, product innovation, factor innovation, and organizational innovation. The most recent definitions have described entrepreneurship as involving the creation of new enterprises whereas the entrepreneur is the founder.

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Business Alliances – Strategy For Small Business Growth

Business Alliances – Strategy For Small Business Growth

Business alliances are often overlooked or not given much consideration by small businesses, yet they can be vital in helping a company grow and prosper. All too often, small businesses think alliances are just for big businesses; as a result, they neither explore nor pursue them. However, they can be just as beneficial for small businesses as they are for large corporations. If a small business is serious about gaining access to new markets, capitalizing on technology, growing profits using shared resources, they should consider a business alliance.

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Great Ideas for Marketing Your Tile Business on the Internet

Great Ideas for Marketing Your Tile Business on the Internet

If you want to be successful at marketing your tile business, you will need to turn to the internet as your marketing solution. Thanks to the fact that most people will search online before leaving their homes to make a purchase, you will find that your tile business can have a huge advantage over your competitors if you can turn to the internet for marketing.

There are many ways that the internet can help you market your tile business. The world of internet marketing is fast becoming one of the most competitive arenas in the world, and you will find that you will have to do a good deal of work in order to market your tile business online. However, if you are willing to do the work, you will find that marketing your tile business on the internet is the best thing that you can do for your company.

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Serial Entrepreneurship, Multipreneurship, Individualpreneurship, and The Self-Reliant Career

Serial Entrepreneurship, Multipreneurship, Individualpreneurship, and The Self-Reliant Career

A serial entrepreneur is an individual who starts mainly multiple upwardly mobile enterprises and moves on to the next, either when a new management team takes control, or if the enterprise becomes lifestyle in nature. Because serial entrepreneurs have experience with multiple enterprises, they tend to be bigger risk takers than those that have started only one enterprise. As a consequence, their experience better positions them to respond to problems and to avoid failure over time. Many have learned from past mistakes. A serial entrepreneur will typically always work for themselves, and employ others.

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Modern Financial Management Theories & Small Businesses

Modern Financial Management Theories & Small Businesses

The following are some examples of modern financial management theories formulated on principles considered as ‘a set of fundamental tenets that form the basis for financial theory and decision-making in finance’ (Emery et al.1991). An attempt would be made to relate the principles behind these concepts to small businesses’ financial management.

Agency Theory

Agency theory deals with the people who own a business enterprise and all others who have interests in it, for example managers, banks, creditors, family members, and employees. The agency theory postulates that the day to day running of a business enterprise is carried out by managers as agents who have been engaged by the owners of the business as principals who are also known as shareholders. The theory is on the notion of the principle of ‘two-sided transactions’ which holds that any financial transactions involve two parties, both acting in their own best interests, but with different expectations.

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Green Business Ideas, the Solution for a Sustainable Future?

Green Business Ideas, the Solution for a Sustainable Future?

Green movements have been on the sight of societal discussion in the last 50 years, however when it comes to the individual’s share of responsibility, no one seems to care that much. We all got our excuses prepared: Some say recycling is hard to do, they do not know how to do it properly or that “Individually, you just can not make a difference”.

In a global perspective, the biggest obstacle of eco-friendly behaviour seems to be the lack of information about the issue. In 2013, spreading the message on one hand seems easy, thanks to a widespread use of social media, but on the other hand who has the time to save our planet? We live our lives under constant pressure, overdosed on information, struggling with the aftermath of recent economic instabilities.

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How to Track a Cell Phone?

How to Track a Cell Phone?

Have you ever wondered how to track a cell phone? Perhaps you worry that someone may be tracking your mobile. With the advancements and large strides in cellular technology, we already know we are being tracked. Obviously a mobile phone company knows exactly where you are at all times. Well, at least they know where your cellphone is. Apple, Inc was scrutinized by the media for tracking and keeping a record of all iPhone users. Many people feared they were being followed on their phone due to that privacy breach by Apple.

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4 Great Reasons For Becoming an Entrepreneur

4 Great Reasons For Becoming an Entrepreneur

For some, true freedom is defined as being “able to do what you want, when, with whomsoever, wherever and however you want”. Others described it as ‘being able to wake up when you finished sleeping!”. The most common road taken to such freedoms as described above is by becoming an entrepreneur.

There are generally four major benefits of being an entrepreneur. They mostly explain why anyone would want to face the risk and frustration of owning a business. Starting a new business involves investing in substantial resources, chief of which is money. The initial learning curve is steep, many things can go wrong and a new business owner has to learn things fast to avoid failure.

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Marketing Vogue – Fashionable Ideas for Small-Business Owners

Marketing Vogue – Fashionable Ideas for Small-Business Owners

As a small-business owner, it’s OK if you’re trapped somewhere between the eighties and the early oughties fashion-wise…as long as your marketing is as in-the-now as the Buddhists. A marketing-mix that’s as up-to-date as Coco Rocha’s wardrobe might not make you an international celebrity…but it’ll definitely help you get paid like one. Take some tips from the fashionistas and makeover your marketing today.

Seasons Change… And so should your marketing plan. Frankly, a one-year marketing plan is too much for most small businesses…a big part of our viability is in our flexibility. To stay au courant, reassess your marketing plan on a quarterly basis – and make sure it suits the season.

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