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How to Skyrocket Your Kickstarter Campaign

Get Overfunded in 6 Steps Entrepreneurs all over the world face an inherent problem when it comes to attracting funds – it’s difficult. Luckily, crowdfunding is one viable alternative to bank loans, angel investors or venture capitalists.

Is Your SME Ready in Case of a Cyber Attack?

In a day and age where companies thrive thanks to technology, there are unfortunately a number of problems that arise at the same time. And a growing concern for business these days are security related, cyber security

What Does Blockchain Mean for Small Businesses?

How Blockchain Can Change the Way We Do Business. If you have ever felt overwhelmed by the speed with which the world is changing, you are certainly not alone. The amount of news and information we are

Fair trade and ethical businesses: such an opportunity should not be missed!

The original version of this post was written by Konstantin Krinski and published on LinkedIn Pulse Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, I am pleased to appear at this forum to introduce you the Worldwide Charter for Fair International Commerce.

20 Tips to Avoid Startup Failure

The business world is full of surprises. New ideas are developed into successful businesses every day, while others fail to establish a competitive position in the market and gain market share. Behind both success and failure there

The Myth of Multitasking: Why Fewer Priorities Leads to Better Work

By JAMES CLEAR The word priority didn’t always mean what it does today. In his best-selling book, Essentialism (audiobook), Greg McKeown explains the surprising history of the word and how its meaning has shifted over time. The

Understanding a business valuation

It has come to our attention that many accountants are interested in expanding their firm by adding a business valuation practice, however there isn’t much existing easy-to-understand literature on what exactly a business valuation is as well

Size isn’t everything with CSR

When people think of CSR, they often think of big business. Multinational corporations have huge reputations to protect, many sectors to manage, thousands of employees to keep and a long supply chain to consider. And big businesses

IBSO Announces Results of Worldwide Charter for Fair International Commerce

The Worldwide Charter for Fair International Commerce is a free of charge global initiative of the International Businesses Standards Organization that allows to proclaim the commitment to promote sustainable and positive business practices. The International Business Standards Organization,