Small Business

NEW LIC POLICY LAUNCH ALERT! Insurance behemoth rolls out benefit-based health plan Arogya Rakshak; Know all benefits here

Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) has launched a benefit-based health insurance plan Arogya Rakshak. This new insurance scheme will be effective from 19 July 2021.   This is a non-linked, non-participating, regular premium, individual health insurance plan. The special thing about this plan is that if a dangerous disease occurs, then it gives definite benefits to it. Also, if money ... Read More »

Two Reasons Why Waiting To Buy a Home Will Cost You

If you’re a homeowner who’s decided your current house no longer fits your needs, or a renter with a strong desire to become a homeowner, you may be hoping that waiting until next year could mean better market conditions to purchase a home. To determine whether you should buy now or wait another year, you can ask yourself two simple ... Read More »

5 Effective Tips to Write Small Business Marketing Blogs

Small businesses have sprung up and will continue to increase in number as the world sees more startups, entrepreneurs and business ideas. In order to earn huge profits they require multi-pronged marketing strategies and business marketing blog is one of them. It is nothing but a technique or methods that allow people to know about their company and brand. Do you ... Read More »

We are on a holiday, Fraudsters are Not!

The festive season is the time of excitement and adrenalin, entertainment and celebrations, gifting shopping and gifting et al, it is also the time when we become less mindful of how much and how we spend our monies. Remember, as the transaction count and sources go up, so does the risk of fraud. In the festival season, online frauds are ... Read More »

What Small Business Owners Should Know About Wrongful Termination Lawsuits

Employment discrimination and wrongful terminations are one of the most common types of lawsuits filed against small businesses. These violations can sometimes occur due to process mismanagement or lack of understanding of relevant laws, but it’s important for business owners to remember that intent doesn’t necessarily matter in these cases. As for the outcome? The average claim amount received by terminated employees is ... Read More »

10 Tips for Adjusting to Changes in the Small Business Landscape

Over time, the tools, strategies, and processes that businesses use are likely to change. The end of the year is a perfect time for entrepreneurs to evaluate their current processes and make adjustments where necessary. If you’re working on changing things up for your business in 2020, these tips from members of the online small business community may help. Study ... Read More »

10 Bar Lighting Ideas for Small Business Owners

When starting a bar, it’s important to create a full menu, design the bar top and tables carefully and hire a friendly staff that can provide a positive experience for visitors. But one element that can really tie everything together tends to get overlooked too often — lighting. The right lighting design can make your bar cozy, vibrant or inviting — ... Read More »

Small business customers get more from Telstra

Telstra has expanded it services to small businesses with the offer of account management support for small business customers of all sizes. On top of the “personalised” account management support Telstra also now offers one dedicated service number (132-000) with support seven days from 8am to 9pm and a dedicated specialist business team who is able and accountable for resolving queries ... Read More »

Just 6% of Small Businesses Focus on Keeping Customers

The goal of a commercial business is to increase sales, and retaining current customers is key to making this happen. But according to a new report from The Manifest, only 6% of small businesses are focused on retaining their customers. This is despite the fact their main digital marketing goal is to increase sales. The data reveals most small businesses aren’t ... Read More »

Small-business optimism rises to pre-shutdown levels

The numbers: The index of small-business optimism from the National Federation of Independent Business rose to 105.0 in May. Economists surveyed by Econoday had forecast a 102.0 reading. What happened: Six of ten survey components increased, three were unchanged, and only one fell in May. Nearly two-thirds, or 62%, reported hiring or trying to hire, a 5-point increase from April, but 54% ... Read More »