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Every business faces competition. Even those that fill a small niche can find that they soon have fresh competition on their hands. You can find that your business has to compete against well-established companies, as well as those just entering the market. There are many challenges to going up against other businesses. You need to make sure you stand out from the crowd. If you want to gain an edge on your competitors, consider the tactics below. Be Ahead of the Curve There will always be a company that is bigger than better than yours....

The simplest way to run a profitable business is to ensure that cash inflows are greater than your cash outflows. While businesses aim for this, it is often found that either they engage in extravagant spending at the start or do not have a very clear idea of what kind of outflows they are facing. Major transactions are documented but a fair bit of miscellaneous expenditure goes undocumented, untraced and unknown. Make it cheaper has made this simple little infographic that tells businesses where they often end up spending their cash,...

Believe it or not, these days most of the focus on new tech isn’t around making the customer’s life better. It’s about making the planet greener. They want to limit the damage that tech developers are doing to the environment. You can see this in charging times. Tech developers push to increase the time a charge lasts with every new piece of tech they release. This isn’t because they want to make things better for the consumer. They are trying to help save the planet and that’s not the only way tech is changing things. Energy...

‘All work and no play make Jack a dull boy’ was something our teachers would say to us in school. Somehow, after we grew up, we have forgotten about play and continue to focus on just work. Offices are places to work and that is all we do there. But of late, major companies like Google, LinkedIn have made games an integral part of the office day. From arcade games to a pool table, table tennis to get your heart pumping and concentration going, air hockey to distress and has fun; offices are introducing different games for their employees....

In many ways, a logo defines an entire business operation. Not only is it the starting point of most customer and employee interactions. Perhaps more importantly, it’s the nucleus of the entire brand. Let’s face it; the design aspects of the logo are symbolic of the message that a company wishes to emit. Moreover, the influence of those aspects will be present in almost every other marketing tool. From web page design to flyers and posters, your logo will play a vital role. Ultimately, the logo reflects everything that the venture...

Times have changed and so have the methods to do a lot of things. Take for example – taking down lecture notes or making study notes. While there are some of us who still sit in class frantically scribbling down in short hand what the lecturer is rambling about, and there is this other lot in class that coolly sits down and click away on their laptop without once looking at their keyboard. Whichever clan that you may belong to, the verdict is out; studies suggest that taking notes in long hand, actually helps retain the information much...

Travelling alone seems to be more ‘the done thing’ now. Once, only a handful of people decided to take the leap and go travelling by themselves. Now there are books, blogs, and all kinds of other resources encouraging people to go ahead and do the same. One main concern people have when travelling alone, is staying safe. Here’s how you can keep those concerns at bay: Find A Way To Stay In Touch With Friends And Family Find a way to stay in touch with your loved ones so that they know you are safe. This could be through Skype or with...

Like many Brits, a large proportion of your income will be spent on your home. In London, the average monthly rent is £1,301, while elsewhere in England and Wales we’re paying a staggering £816 in rent each month. But what if you could change all this? In their latest graphic, used commercial vehicle retailer Van Monster has shed some light on the growing culture of people ditching their homes in favour of living in a van. As well as discussing the pros and cons of #VanLife, you can find out how to make the switch and answer those...

There’s no denying that computers are relatively inexpensive gadgets. PCs, in particular, don’t cost much to buy these days. When you buy a new computer, it’s likely the old one will end up in the trash. The good news is that more PC owners recycle their old systems in some way. Still, there is a plethora of PC waste that doesn’t get recycled, even in 2016. One of the main players in the computer world, IBM, has come up with a novel solution. They’ve engineered a way to convert polycarbonate into new plastics. Examples...