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  • Investment by way of private equity or venture capitalWhen a small business is looking to grow itself, the best way for it to do so is to either opt for private equity investment or look at venture capital firms. Both have their own benefits and downsides, and these should be taken into account when loo...
  • Cross cultural management in a new global order
    on Feb 10, 2011 in cross cultural management
    As businesses start to go global, it becomes importance to understand the role cross cultural management has to play in the handling of personnel across continents. For example, with the biggest firms starting to move their manufacturing to China, fi...
  • Technology transfer plays a key role for businesses
    on Feb 7, 2011 in technology technology transfer
    In the broadest of terms, technology transfer is nothing more than process of transference of technological know-how. It doesn’t matter whether the technology transfer is that of something created by an individual or any larger entity, everything c...
  • Never look at filing for bankruptcy unless you absolutely have to
    on Feb 3, 2011 in filing for bankruptcy bankruptcy
    Sometimes, crushed by a giant figure of debt, we end up feeling overwhelmed and of the opinion that there is no way out other than simply filing for bankruptcy. But you’d be wrong. Of course, bankruptcy is a way out of debt. But as with any decisio...
  • Reducing the tax burden on your small business
    on Jan 14, 2011 in tax burden Tax
    It is perhaps the most fundamental idea of business that they will look to spend as little money while making the most money they can while governments will look to earn as much tax money as they can with as little effort exerted as possible. As some...
  • Steps to successful debt consolidation
    on Dec 30, 2010 in debt management
    Successful debt consolidation is completely dependent on using the correct steps to identify and eliminate your debt load by consolidating it under one head before paying it off over time.  The first of these steps involves identifying what your...
  • Reasons why you need life insurance
    on Dec 23, 2010 in life insurance
    The reason we have insurance is plain and simple. It is designed to protect any family from a sudden and calamitous disaster and any financial demands that it might place on them. There are many variants of insurance on offer, but perhaps the most ba...
  • How to handle debt issues
    on Dec 6, 2010 in debt management
    If you are currently swimming through a sea of debt the likes of which you feel you will never be able to fully wade through, don't fear for you are not alone. Like you, there are several others that are finding their debt problems to be nightmarish.
  • 9 ways to go about getting that small business loan
    on Nov 26, 2010 in small business loan
    If you are applying for a small business loan, you should get a few things sorted out before you do so and most of these thoughts are to do with the loan criteria as spelled out by the lender. Some organizations are just more wary of risk than everyo...
  • Debt management 101
    on Oct 25, 2010 in Finance debt management
    As it is with a great many things, there is a lot of fuzziness surrounding a concept such as debt management. Does debt management merely concern itself with mitigating your debts or does it have a lot to do with actually paying it all off in good ti...
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