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Year: 2018

Articles created in the year 2018

What is ISO 9000?

Posted on December 23, 2018 by Raphael Corns
ISO 9000 refers to a group of international standards developed by professionals from all over the world.These standards make it possible for companies to create in-house excellent standard systems and to track their current quality systems.The criteria were developed and are maintained by the International Organization for Standardization and are employed in over 90 countries worldwide.The criteria set within ISO 9000 are thought of as generic since they can apply to any company, product or service whatever the industry...

A Case for Data Scrubbing

Posted on November 3, 2018 by Raphael Corns
Often maintenance systems do not reap the benefits that they promise through no fault of their own.How do you expect a method to enhance underlying data? The solution is that you simply can't.Everything you need is to get good data in the machine so that it may be obtained, processed and utilized to provide useful information for your company.Allow me to illustrate the price of not having good information with an example...

China Wholesale - Low Prices, High Margins, Huge Profits!

Posted on October 4, 2018 by Raphael Corns
Sourcing your goods in the China wholesale markets means margins you can not find elsewhere, margins that will skyrocket your profits and let you dominate your market.China has been described as the world's factory.The phenomenal economic growth in China, typified by the rise of Shanghai - now the world's biggest city, in the world's biggest nation - will have an ever-increasing impact on world trade, and around the area of re-selling online...

Tips on Writing a Good Parntership Agreement

Posted on September 15, 2018 by Raphael Corns
When going into business and taking on a partner, it's a fantastic idea to have a contract/agreement to find out the share of the company you each own.It also lets you display and agree on what each of you will contribute, in addition to protecting both of your interests when working together.You may be asking yourself now, how to what makes a good contract? Well it is truly simple.First thing to do is to be clear on every facet of the company...

Friends or Foe, The Importance of a Contract!

Posted on August 11, 2018 by Raphael Corns
Regardless of what business you're in, how old you are, how long you've been doing business or who you're doing it with, an extremely important part of doing business is a contract.This is truly the only thing that's there to ensure that your partners do what they say they will do.It's also the only line of defence you have if you do not see eye to eye with your spouse, which normally happens in business...

Do You Need Fundraising Ideas?

Posted on July 16, 2018 by Raphael Corns
On the surface, finding fundraising ideas is simple.Get together a group of co-workers or co-volunteers to a brainstorming session, and you'll probably receive a list of ideas which range from jumble sales to door-to-door selling into a direct mail campaign.Type in"fundraising ideas" into any Internet search engine and You're likely to have thousands of search results, ranging from bake sale ideas to companies offering fundraising opportunitiesThere are a number of things that separate a fantastic fundraising idea from a bad one...

4 Types of Debtors

Posted on June 15, 2018 by Raphael Corns
Most folks pay their debts on a timely basis.Some do not.There are basically 4 kinds of debtors that don't cover on a regular payment schedule.Magician's AssistantThis is the hardest type to collect from.In their mind if they don't hear from you regarding the debt, then the debt doesn't exists.Hence, they do everything they can to prevent contact.And should you make contact they'll try everything to get you off track...

The Most Overlooked Principle To Raising Your Prices

Posted on May 11, 2018 by Raphael Corns
Finding customers is not usually the hard part of selling.It is"closing" that can drive you mad.You know the excuses.They wish to shop around a little longer, they are not sure they can afford the purchase price, they will need to get approval from a superior.The list continues on and on.Your challenge is to figure out ways to close prospects at a greater speed, and thus accelerate growth and increase earnings...

Reverse Merger, IPO Or Direct Public Offering (DPO), Which One Is Right For You?

Posted on April 9, 2018 by Raphael Corns
A direct public offering is when a company raises capital by selling its shares directly to what is refer to as affinity groups, unlike an IPO which are sold by a broker dealer to its customers and the general public through other broker dealers who have customers interested in buying shares in the business.In IPO's you have a firm commitment underwriting, where the underwriters promise to buy the securities for their own account if they can't sell them to clients...