It’s no secret that Search Engine Optimisation takes time, a fair amount of effort and quite a bit of technical know-how. Fast growth and acquisition is often a key focus of online startups, to get as many customers as possible in a quick amount of time.
The “location independent professional” is such a popular concept these days, it’s pretty much a buzzword. And it’s no wonder — who, after all, doesn’t dream of working anywhere from sandy beaches to the side of a volcano before sneaking out for cocktails just because you feel like it?
We knew from early on that to build a great business we had to bring aboard the best people. But talented people are often more attracted to big companies with big salary packages. So the challenge wasn’t “How to get more money to pay staff”. Heck, in those days we could barely pay ourselves. The challenge was “How can we create something here, that they’ll never get over there?”
Business is becoming more multifaceted and changing at a faster pace. Making decisions and taking action have become more complex for entrepreneurs in all industries and in all markets. So, how well are you prepared for the challenges of operating in the 21st century? How can you enhance the chances of your ventures being truly successful?
When Tasnuva asked me to share a few tips on how to have a good time San Francisco… I couldn’t resist. I’ll take you through a few useful tips to get the most out of your first visit to San Francisco.
Exploitive wages, poor quality and time-wasting nightmares are all common words people use to use to describe online outsourcing; and whilst dealing with outside service providers will inevitably bring about its challenges, the continual evolution of outsourcing technology has re-invented the concept.
Starting a business on your own can be a daunting and scary experience. Having a business partner can be one way to share the responsibilities, decisions and financial burden.
Right from the outset, we knew we wanted to take a different approach to other consultancies. Consulting firms can be a black box, with consultants wanting to hold to as much of their intellectual property and insights as they can so you need to hire them time and again. But at Chamonix, we took a distinct approach.