Month: November 2020

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Management in COVID-19 Times: How to Best Adapt Your Restaurant or Bar Business to Thrive?

Don’t look now, but food businesses don’t seem like the best businesses to groom these days. It’s true. These days are uncertain times. Worse, experts believe restaurants and bars contribute to the growing rise of COVID-19. But know this, your business need not fall; it just needs to adapt. Now is not the time to …

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Factors to Make Your Residential Building Project Energy-Efficient

There is still a high demand for residential buildings, particularly because the population sees no signs of thinning out, and more people are densifying in urban areas because of work opportunities. With all of these new infrastructures meant to cater to large communities being built, one of the most important factors to consider is energy efficiency. Not …

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6 Common Business Management Mistakes to Avoid

Managing businesses can be challenging and complex, and many brands squander valuable opportunities because most repeat the same preventable mistakes again and again. Whether it’s unhappy workers, lack of clients, or low income, these can threaten your business’ success. When you hire people, especially executives, it will be worth your while to ask them to …

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Business Management Rules Every Millennial Entrepreneur Should Take to Heart

Millennials might be changing many aspects of the workforce. But they are also driving economic growth thanks to their willingness to take risks and build their own business. According to reports, Generation Y is more eager to take business risks. They are also launching their own companies at a younger age compared to their Baby Boomer …

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Understanding the Financial Side of Starting a Business

Starting a business may sound like the opposite of a walk in the park. It includes sound planning, capital, and risks. There are also many uncertainties when it comes to joining the competitive market with both big- and small-time businesses. When looking at the competitive nature of businesses from the outside, it may seem like …

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Elevating the Curb Appeal of Your Restaurant Business

Every year, there are thousands of new restaurants opening. In the United States alone, there are already over 660,000 restaurants up and running. That’s because the food business is one of the most popular and most lucrative industries globally. There will always be people looking to dine out, so the market for it is endless. However, this …

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