Every single business, no matter what industry they operate in, require a good financial organisation to succeed. If you’re not too confident in looking after and managing the income and expenditure of the company you own, how can you make good decisions moving forward? There will be times when cash-flow
If you own or run a business you won’t always have the answers that you need to make a decision, or to push the company forward in the most effective way. Everyone is learning on the job and it doesn’t harm a company to have access to a business mentor
When you own a start-up or small business it can be all consuming. You’ve created this company with your own hands, putting sweat, blood and tears into making it successful and can often find yourself completing many, or all of the administration tasks as well as the core business practice.
For many of us business owners the administrative tasks that clog up the day-to-day schedules can often have a huge, detrimental effect on the primary service of the company. There are some fantastic benefits to outsourcing when owning a business, here are just a few for you to mull over:
Did you know that 86% of consumers will stop doing business with a company after a bad service experience? On a scale of 1 – 10, customers rated ‘can’t reach a human’ at 8.9 when asked what annoys them the most! Furthermore, 72% of callers who reach an automated answer
Many people may think that hiring a virtual team is risky. Can everyone really work together productively towards the end goal without meeting or being in the same location? As Virtual Assistants, it’s a question many of our potential clients ask. Managing a virtual team is no different than managing
A virtual address is an address that sole traders, companies and charities use to receive their mail if they don’t have their own dedicated offices or premises. The staff at the virtual office will take delivery of the mail, sign for parcels or registered post then forward them on to
Well, you’re not the only one! I’m sure the following will sound familiar: You, at your desk, drafting an important proposal which needs to reach a client before a certain time, when the phone rings. You’re in full flow with your drafting but you stop and pick it up. It