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3 Crucial Situations That Call for Securing Temporary Office Space

Written by Teresa Te on July 23, 2017

Working at home is wonderful most of the time, but there are situations that require being in a more traditional office setting. When those events are pending, it’s nice to know that you can secure temporary office space for as long as it’s needed. Here are three of the more common situations that call for renting space and making sure your business continues to move forward.

Arranging a Meeting With Potential Investors

You are in a good position to expand your business operation but that means finding investors who can supply the capital. Having them come to your home and meet in the back room you converted into an office is not the best approach. You need a setting where it’s possible for everyone to be comfortable and you have access to all sorts of presentation tools. (more…)

Sell PGP Encryption To Customers With Security On The Brain

Written by David Jones on July 13, 2017

Telecommunications retailers looking for a new product line to expand their businesses may want to start looking at PGP encryption. As your customers’ go-to resource for all of their telecommunications, when they start asking you about solutions for cybersecurity, you should be able to offer them full protection to stand up to the threats and challenges that riddle the web today.

By partnering with a BlackBerry PGP encryption company, you can start offering your customers unparalleled email security software. As digital security becomes an ever-more pressing issue, more and more people are looking for solutions. Telecommunications retailers are often the first places curious customers go to find out how they can protect themselves and their organizations. Companies like Myntex make it easy for resellers, too; you provide the BlackBerry device as well as prepaid SIM cards from the company. Using a reseller portal, you can activate devices in minutes, as well as easily manage your subscribers’ payments and service expirations. (more…)

10 Templates You’ll Need to Get Your Business Started

Written by David Jones on July 13, 2017

One of the best perks of the information age is the accessibility to resources that can help you through almost anything—even building a business from scratch. Millions of entrepreneurs have created both successful and unsuccessful businesses, they’ve learned from their mistakes, and they’ve published some of the materials that have led them to those outcomes. You, as a new entrepreneur, have the benefit of learning from those past experiences to build your own business.

The Importance of Templates

Templates are one of the most powerful ways to take advantage of the experience of others. Businesses need to document almost everything, from initial financial models to purchase orders and invoices, and fortunately for you, thousands of past businesses have already collectively discovered the best ways to document this data.
The key is to know the most important templates your business requires, and find an online resource that’s able to offer them. (more…)

The 6 Biggest Problems You’ll Need to Face in Shipping and Fulfillment

Written by David Jones on June 25, 2017

Most eCommerce businesses rely on some kind of shipping and fulfillment process to operate successfully. For example, if you manufacture the products you sell in-house, you’ll need to find a way to ship those products to your customers. If you’re an online reseller, you may need to communicate with your warehouse and/or distributor to ensure orders are properly fulfilled.

On the surface, it seems simple, but when you’re planning, establishing, and scaling your business, you’ll likely run into a number of challenges that aren’t easy to resolve. (more…)

Are Subprime Auto Loans Forming a New Consumer Lending Bubble?

Written by David Jones on June 21, 2017

The 2008 financial crisis was the single worst economic crisis in recent memory. There were a variety of interrelated factors that led to its development, but most people identify the first domino as deregulation in the financial industry that led to higher availability of subprime mortgages.

Put simply, banks were issuing mortgages at ridiculously low rates to subprime borrowers (those with limited or poor credit) to engage in hedge fund trading of derivatives (a newly available strategy, thanks to said deregulation). When Fed interest rates rose at a time when subprime interest rates were starting to reset, there was a cascade of homeowners who could no longer afford to keep their homes. Banks, simultaneously, suffered and stopped lending to each other, and the combination of financial industry and consumer economic woes caused global markets to spiral out of control. (more…)