Monday, September 26, 2016

Start A Construction Business And Get It Off The Ground With These Tips

Do you want a business idea that can bring in lots of money? Then I suggest you start a construction company. It’s a great idea to create a local business, and start seeing lots of success. Anyone can do it, and they don’t cost that much to set up.

To help you get your construction company off the ground, follow these three simple tips:
Get A Team Together
No construction company is complete without a team. Anyone that thinks they can enter this industry alone is a fool. It’s simply too difficult to carry out construction jobs on your own. So, your first port of call will be hiring a talented team of workers. Ideally, you want people that have previous experience working for a construction company. This way, it saves you time as you don’t have to train them. They’ll know the proper safety regulations and how to use all the equipment on site. The size of your team depends on the siz
Start A Construction Business And Get It Off The Ground With These Tips

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Claiming PPI Without The Paperwork

Because of the recent ppi claims epidemic, and the huge influx of claims, many people have been clamouring to make their claim as fast as possible, before the deadline,

There has also been the growing problem of individuals that have been wanting to claim ppi, but no longer have the original paperwork from their original financial policy from which the original ppi insurance was attached.
Can I Claim My PPI Without The Original Paperwork?
The short answer is YES, it is possible to claim ppi without the paperwork this is achieved by working with a company that is prepared to submit an information request to the finance company that miss sold you the payment protection insurance.

Whats Next?

The company that miss sold ppi to you will then have 28 days to come up with the required information in relation to your policy, meaning that within one money of submitting the
Claiming PPI Without The Paperwork

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Back To School: How To Make Employee Training More Exciting

Every company needs to provide training resources for its employees, and this can be done in a variety of ways. Of course, sitting at the front of a room giving out lectures for days isn’t going to be all that exciting for them. There are ways and means of improving your training skills to get the most out of your staff. By doing this, you’ll be able to keep them both motivated and feeling productive. This is the best way to get all that important information into their heads.

Split Into Group Work

Working on your own can sometimes start to feel a little lonely. By splitting into groups, you can get through the training material more effectively by working together. It doesn’t matter what setting you do this in, either. Training programs that are designed for lone working can still benefit from a group environment. Employees will help each other to understand the information mor
Back To School: How To Make Employee Training More Exciting

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

What Can Startups Do To Protect Their Intellectual Property?

Is your valuation important? How to protect your IP!

If you’ve got a startup, you’ll know about the importance of intellectual property. Often, it’s the only thing that separates you from the competition and makes your company viable. What’s more, venture capitalists will often only invest in startups if they have defensible IP. VCs understand the importance of having real intellectual wealth that can’t be appropriated by some third party.

Thus, every startup today needs some sort of IP plan for success. Intellectual property in today’s market is as valuable and as tradeable as stocks. And new companies can make a killing by licensing their technology to other companies that might benefit. Some of the biggest enterprises in the world seem to agree. Apple, Google and Microsoft combined have spent more than $18 billion on IP in the last six months. And every year, their combined spe
What Can Startups Do To Protect Their Intellectual Property?