A survey by Elance in which 500 companies participated showed that 87 percent of the respondents were interested in offsite hiring as it cuts the need to pay for phones, computers for new hires and office space. According to a Elance survey on small and medium sized businesses which recruit online contractors, many companies are … Continue reading Online Hiring Trend in SMBs: Elance
Because of meeting the unexpected crisis of the people, insurance companies have arose. Insurers are offered for both the individuals as well as the business organizations. Some of the business owners are in a misconception that for the small businesses insurance is not useful. But, they are not aware of the actual fact that the … Continue reading Need of Insurance for Small Business
35 percent of US businesses have used social media to increase their new business, reinforcing the impact that the social networking has on corporations, as per new global survey commissioned by global workplace solutions provider Regus. Anyhow, the US is slightly lagging behind the global average regarding this. The 40 percent of businesses globally are … Continue reading Social Networking Increased Small Businesses Prospect
Many of the small businesses have a very low survival rates. According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), seven out of ten (two-thirds) new employer firms last at least 2 years, and almots half of them survive 5 years. Small businesses make some fatal errors which directly impact their survival. Some of the mistakes they … Continue reading Do You Know Why Small Businesses Fail?