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Web designing is a booming industry in the United States and around the world. In just 20 years, the Internet has ballooned from 45 million users in 1995 to more than three billion users today. Search engines such as Google, Bing, and Yahoo process an astounding 100 billion inquiries every month (it’s no wonder then that the search engine industry is a $16 billion business). Businesses of all shapes and sizes devote a good portion of the budget on web designers and web developers. Why? Because having a solid online presence gives any business a competitive edge.
Despite the fact that there are over 2,000 government agencies in the United States, government bidding opportunities are few and far between. A contractor company has about a 12% chance on actually winning a contract. Those are scary odds for any business! Considering contractors rely on contracts such as these, it is imperative that contracting companies respond to government proposals in the best and most vibrant way possible.
A recent study by Bloomberg found that eight out of 10 entrepreneurs fail within the first 18 months of a new business. It is little different in the contracting business, and it just goes to show how difficult it is for contractors, or for any business owner for that matter, to make i (more…)
For many businesses, it can be difficult to get information from one department to another, especially when the file in question is too large to send in an email. Many businesses turn to file transfer systems to send large documents within the company. Unfortunately, many data delivery services are lacking in security, and may cause valuable information to be lost. Sometimes, the breaches in security are even caused by human error. Business owners should take appropriate steps to utilize a secure file transfer service.
One of the most important things to remember when organizing (more…)
B2B lead generation marketing is notorious for being a little behind the times in terms of online marketing strategies; even though B2C marketers widely agree that online marketing trends are useful when dealing with average consumers, the situation is a little different when it comes to B2B buyers. The businesses on the buying end of a B2B transaction typically aren’t too concerned with trending issues, nor are they interested in hearing a spiel from a supplier about why they need to purchase a product or service. Instead, these buyers already know what they want, and their loyalty to a certain supplier depends primarily on (more…)
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These days, it seems like people are switching jobs in record numbers. While many of them leave for bigger and better opportunities, many of them leave because they’re unhappy. A Gallup poll finds that only just two in 10 workers believe their manager encourages them to do their best work. Having unhappy workers is never […]
If you’re looking at employee retention rates here in the United States, it is likely that you will see some alarming patterns taking place. After all, it has been found that up to 60% of all millennial employees are actually more than willing to take a brand new job if it means that such job […]
If you’ve ever seen the movie “Office Space,” then you’re likely familiar with the scenes involving the two Bobs—consultants who help Inatech with some staff consolidation and restructuring. Obviously, the movie presents an exaggerated look at office life, but in all seriousness, consultants can be very helpful to large companies in a variety of ways. […]