Book-keeping is tedious and sometimes companies lack the manpower or budget to hire a full team to do it in-house. A bookkeeper does the day-to-day hands-on tasks: making sure new employees file all the right paperwork for the company’s payroll, submitting invoices (promptly) and following up on them, paying the bills and track company expenses
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Corporate events play an important role in building relationship among employees, clients as well as providing substantial opportunity for networking and building a strong business portfolio. Yes, a successful event would require some spending, but it doesn’t necessarily have to put a dent in the bank account. All it takes is a little imagination, some creativity and a lot of research.
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So you’ve studied the books and put in the effort, but do you have it takes to be a good B2B marketer? Different then just any marketing job, B2B requires a mix of marketing skills.
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It’s a fast world we live in. It’s a faster world online. Why do you need to find ways to speed up your website load page? Why would you even bother? Here are a few reasons why.
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Digital marketing remains a multi-billion-dollar industry today despite the gradual demise of traditional advertising methods. This year has been a roller-coaster ride for advertisers with companies like Snapchat, Facebook, and Google diving head-to-head into the cutthroat digital media battlefield. Last year, the smartphone revolution took advertisers by storm and made them realize the urgency of adapting their marketing strategy for mobiles. And even though Google and Facebook have an 80% share in the digital marketing arena, new competitors are set to change the games of the rule.
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Technology is both a boon and a bane. Where it has made life easier, faster, and more productive, it’s also changed social dynamics and habits for the better and the worse. 42% of Americans believe that by 2020, millennials who use technology will be easily distracted, lack critical thinking skills, and constantly look for instant gratification. In a world where we’re constantly look at our social media apps every five minutes, how do we distinguish between what’s virtual and what’s not?
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Very often, when a procurement professional is asked to explain the objective of strategic sourcing, the answer would most probably be related to cost containment. And naturally so, considering the fact that cost containment is usually one of the most important key performance indicators (KPIs) in the procurement sphere. However, making cost containment the key objective in any procurement process is failing to look at the procurement process holistically. And that’s where strategic sourcing comes in.
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“Social media is not just an activity; it is an investment of valuable time and resources. Surround yourself with people who not just support you and stay with you, but inform your thinking about ways to WOW your online presence” – Sean Gardner
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Although you have worked in various marketing roles throughout your career, you have grabbed in just about every aspect of corporate event planning and management and have pretty much done it all. Sometimes all event aspects run smoothly from planning through completion and assessment of the event, but more often than not issues may arise.
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“The trend to take clients out for wine and dine is only growing stronger with the move towards more relaxed work habits and the birth of the foodie nation. If you are working in a corporate environment, it is almost expected to occur regularly.” According to general manager Levi Aron, good food and good business go hand-in-hand. Many a lucrative deal has been done over a hearty meal and a few alcoholic beverages. Nailing the etiquette to entertaining clients can make all the difference when it comes to sealing the deal on new business. And it’s a skill likely to come in handy in the long run.
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