Browsing Month April, 2011

Vancouver the California of Canada

April 19th, 2011 // 3:17 pm @

Vancouver is a unique business location, and understanding its character can help you run a successful business in the city. Cities all have unique characteristics, which impact significantly on how friendly they are for running a business in, and also how you should interact with the workforce within each city. Cities are like people, they […]

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Category : Blog &Key Business Success Drivers

Warp Speed Business Change

April 16th, 2011 // 3:59 pm @

The world is in a continual state of change, which is now so fast we have stopped noticing the extraordinary world in which we live. To put it in historical perspective, between the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, until the accession of Queen Victoria to the throne in 1837, very little really changed. Politically […]

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Category : Blog &The Future

Increasing Profits via Dumping Retailers

April 8th, 2011 // 3:56 pm @

The traditional business model for manufacturers was to make things, advertise them to the public and then sell them to retailers who dealt with the logistics and retailing of these products. Since the end of WW2 we have seem the growth in massive powerful retailing groups. The biggest company on earth, is not a technology […]

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Category : Blog &The Future

Happy Staff – Is it Important?

April 4th, 2011 // 3:51 pm @

When we talk of improving work environments we tend to think of comfortable chairs, ergonomic desks and possibly a potted plant, as the things we need to improve if we want to get the best from our co-workers. These environmental issues are important; primarily to stop staff being uncomfortable or injured as they work, but […]

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Category : Blog &Leadership

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