Striving to rent premises at the lowest price
Many aspiring entrepreneurs think that in order for a business to flourish, it is necessary to strive to reduce costs as much as possible. It’s a delusion. You need to be able to correctly prioritize and understand where you can save, and where such savings can be fatal.
If renting a more expensive premises (for an office or for placing equipment for production) will bring any advantages, then you should definitely do it. Continue reading
The modern labor market offers job seekers a variety of job options and conditions on which to carry out their professional activities. Not so long ago, the word “freelance” appeared in our vocabulary, and it means work outside the state of any company. A freelancer can participate in several projects at the same time or work for several companies without being a full-time employee of any of them. Continue reading
Robert Taylor and Liquid Soap
In the 1970s, there was an American entrepreneur who invented liquid soap and sold it through his small business. However, the invention was not patented, since the idea itself was not fundamentally new. And the pump mechanism, without which the use of liquid soap would be difficult, was also invented a long time ago. Taylor understood that if large manufacturers of household chemicals began to mass produce liquid soap in dispensers, then there would be no prospects for the development of his small business. Continue reading