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The Baby Boomer generation is reaching its golden years. Along with the joys of retirement, travel, and catching up with family, this aging population faces challenges as well. Seniors today want to maintain an active and dynamic lifestyle, even as they face medical issues. Meanwhile, family caregivers are under pressure from this growth, even as the caregiving market is growing dramatically. It’s expected to reach nearly 300 billion dollars by 2020. The medical market for assistive technology keeps growing and prices keep...

The U.S. jobs had released a report in July 2017, that revealed around 19% of people aged 65+ were working at least working part-time during the second quarter of 2017. This recording of employment to population ratio is the highest it’s been in 55 years. On top of that, the Labor Department’s good employment report has recently records that the number of individuals aged over 85 who are still working is also increasing. If you’re an employer in the US, then there is a very good chance that there’ll be at least one elderly...

Did you know that choosing the wrong data center could cost you thousands of dollars or even your entire business? Brands from across the globe are forced out of business because of data breaches and downtime, every single day. This is a business-defining decision, so it’s not one you want to regret. Today we will walk you through the 4 absolutely non-negotiable deal-breakers that you need to consider when looking at a would-be facility. However, you will notice that we don’t list price as a deal-breaker. Shortlisting your...

An office which is too small is never ideal, but there comes a point when it’s a real problem for businesses. This is when it’s not only difficult from a functional point of view, but cramped spaces can also affect your level of motivation and capacity to solve problems or be creative. Whether you are working from home by yourself or are managing a team of people in one office, as your business expands it is likely that you are going to need more space. Maximize the Space You Have It’s very possible that you may be able...

Sometimes, bad things happen, relationships sour, and trustees need to be removed from trusts. No matter what reason you have for taking this kind of action, you need to ensure that the situation is dealt with swiftly, effectively, and amicably. That way, everybody’s needs will be met and compensated for, and you’ll avoid making the situation worse than it already is as a result. Removing a trustee is a highly complex matter. If the wrong approach is taken or if certain requirements aren’t met, disputes can arise and make...

What do the best blogs have in common? Do they simply have the best writers, or the biggest budget? Surprisingly, neither of those things will define your blog’s success, although neither will ever hurt your case. A successful business blog is usually a culmination of the little things. Here are 6 of those little things. A Good Host We listed this one first because we would really hate for you to check off the rest of the boxes on this list, yet have everything undone with a cheap and unreliable host. You can have...

How many times does it happen that a product is introduced in the market, and it has everything a consumer would expect? Not many times, right? Well, recently, a vehicle security device was launched, and it’s already creating waves in the Indian market. It showcased a paramount of innovation and has features that were never seen before. Typically, a vehicle security device either tracks the vehicle or records through a dash cam. All this is manual and can only be accessed through the device itself. Not anymore! KENT –...

The Right People For The Right Job It’s easy to make mistakes when hiring personnel. Some are more obvious than others. Unfortunately, the techniques of yesteryear may not be as applicable in the modern era. Economy, politics, technology, and society shift with time. Certainly, history doesn’t repeat itself. But as the old quote goes, “it does rhyme”. You can’t do a good rhyme with the same word. If you rhyme “lime” with “lime”, that’s a bad lyric. But if you rhyme “lime” with “mime”, you not only paint...

Research suggests the average age of a successful company founder is 42. This statistic stands in sharp contrast with the Silicon Valley image we all have in our minds. The pretty picture of a young, twenty-something making millions from their passion has somehow morphed into a blurry vignette shot of a middle aged man with a briefcase full of papers. It’s important to help keep the dream of the young entrepreneur alive… because the future and progression of business will be shaped by the Gen Xs and Millenials of the world. There...

How far out do you block your time? A month? A week? A…day? There’s no shame in living for the moment. Life is better when it’s spontaneous, after all. But tunnel vision is no way to run a successful company, particularly not one you’re planning to grow for the long haul. If you’d like to be around for the next 10 years, you’d better be gaming out the next one, three, and five years to start. It’s easier than it sounds. Start with these six strategies to set your company up for long-term success —...