updated - November 29, 2021 Monday EST
Many small businesses struggle to make it through the first few years. Struggling business owners often feel like they are on a sinking ship and can't find their way out. The good news is that there are some things you can do to help with this problem. In this blog post, we will share seven tips for struggling small business owners.
Healthcare organizations are being buried under a deluge of ransomware attacks that exploit deep security shortcomings and leave them unable to provide patient care. Managing the threat of ransomware to healthcare requires implementing zero trust security principles with solutions built for modern distributed enterprises.
No matter what industry you work in, you are always at risk of suffering a work-related injury. Every year, thousands of workers become ill, suffer minor and severe injuries, and some even die on the job.
ZeroAvia is currently working to develop the HyFlyer II with the help of a £12.3 million grant from the Aerospace Technology Institute. The company will open a facility at Cotswold Airport, where construction of the new aircraft will take place. The HyFlyer II is hydrogen-electric powered, and it will only emit water vapor during flight. It will have a 19-seat capacity, and the company anticipates that it will be ready for the market by 2023.
In simple terms, a franchise is whereby an entrepreneur (a franchisee) purchases a business unit from a franchisor and enters into a contractual relationship, and agrees to follow an already established operating procedure.
Starting a business is by no means an easy task. It involves a lot of hard work, mountains of paperwork, a tiny little bit of luck and yet none of this actually guarantees success. This is one of the main reasons why most entrepreneurs end up siding with a franchise, instead of starting their own business from scratch.
If the whole Brexit drama and the leaving Europe fiasco has gotten you down, then maybe you've begun to look elsewhere to locate your business startup? One possibility to capture the fastest growing economy in the world (and the still the biggest), is to start a business in China.
The coronavirus pandemic has hit small businesses very hard, as they were forced to close their doors to clients or limit their business activity to delivery-only. In an attempt to help companies to recover and prevent them from having to lay off workers, the U.S. Government launched the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
The coronavirus pandemic has been going on for almost half a year now. While most of us are hopeful that it will resolve itself one way or another over the next few months, it is looking increasingly likely that we are going to be dealing with its effects for years rather than months. Unless there is significant progress made in the race for a Covid-19 vaccine, we can’t expect any sense of normalcy to return soon and much of our lives will continue to be disrupted for some time yet. The global manufacturing industry has been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, and this has had knock-on effects for businesses across a multitude of different sectors. Governments around the world have had to take dramatic measures to limit the spread of the coronavirus, and this includes closing down workplaces that are non-essential and/or cannot operate safely in the current circumstances. Human history is full of examples of temporary short-term measures taken in the wake of major crises that ultimately become fundamental shifts in societies and economies.
Within the space of months, the world has been crippled by the sudden surge of COVID-19, leaving countries to find proactive ways to handle the economic impact. In Australia, this has meant the rapid introduction of economic stimulus policies, such as the JobKeeper scheme.
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