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Success in a Niche: The Singing Waiters

By   November 19, 2015
Success in a Niche: The Singing Waiters

London’s surprise entertainers “The Singing Waiters” are one prime example for how one can become very successful with a business idea, even in sometimes rather obscure niches. Let’s be honest, no one would immediately think about big-money when we are looking at a business niche such as weddings or corporate entertainment. The Singing Waiters proved… Continue reading »

On Electronic Invoicing

By   March 3, 2015
On Electronic Invoicing

As a small business owner I am always on the lookout for methods and techniques that can make my employee’s and my life easier. Sometimes it’s the obvious things such as small business software packages that can help to get things done quicker and more efficiently, and sometimes it’s lesser known things that can also… Continue reading »

Why An Ergonomic Office Also Means More Revenue

By   November 25, 2014
Why An Ergonomic Office Also Means More Revenue

It is scientifically proven that workplaces that are ergonomic are resulting in heightened productivity and thus also in increased revenue. Here are some recommended reads on the subject: http://www.knoll.com/media/989/825/WP_NewWorkplaceErgonomicsResearch.pdf or http://www.humantech.com/special/blog/CaseStudyArticleJSR724.pdf What Workplace Ergonomics Means * Less bodily strain for employees, eg. from repetitive emotions  or from using input devices such as keyboards and mice… Continue reading »

A Resource For Holiday Entitlement in the UK

By   June 11, 2014

If you’re note familiar with this already and happen to be a small business owner, you may want to look at https://www.gov.uk/holiday-entitlement-rights/entitlement for helpful information about holiday entitlement for workers in the United Kingdom. Just short, employees who work a 5-day week must get 28 days’ paid annual leave per year. This is calculated by… Continue reading »