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31 October 2018

Many businesses struggle to convert inertia into potential energy at the start of a new calendar year. But just imagine if you could close the business year on a high with maximum energy and enough momentum to carry you into the next....

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31 October 2018

Hiring can be a complex business for companies of all sizes. For startups it can often be a case of make or break. A well timed, successful hire can be the perfect springboard for growth while a bad hire can be an enormous burden for a business in its infancy....

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30 October 2018

Do you want to start up your own business? The UAE – with its entrepreneurial culture and booming economy – is certainly a great place to do that. You do though need an appropriate license, and for that you’ve two options. You can go for a trade license if you want to start up a company, or a freelancer permit if you just want to work as a sole practitioner....

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10 October 2018

Starting a business requires capital. And, unless you’ve got oodles of cash lying around, you’re going to need access to money which will support you through those first tough months until you start turning a profit. ...

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4 October 2018

Leading entrepreneurs take a positive approach to criticism. They use it to boost the success of their company and enhance their own leadership style. In this article, we will discuss why criticism is so important, and outline five ways you can harness it to make significant improvements....

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1 October 2018

The rising call for shorter working hours is a global phenomenon. But as entrepreneurs and business owners, the question we might ask is whether adopting this practice really provides tangible benefits. The western world is no stranger to shorter working weeks, especially in the face of dire economic crises. But in today’s world, is there a business case for shortening the working day? Could the potential gains in increased productivity and improved employee health from a six-hour day, for example, more than offset a reduction in working hours?...

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