You are a work-from-home entrepreneur, and have achieved a reasonable level of success in your business, too. You have been managing a good work-life balance so far, but you are now faced with the possibility of your spouse also working from home.
The initial few weeks after a new employee joins you can be quite a confusing period of time. It is quite possible that such employees have not yet been properly integrated into work, or assigned a project and a team. Instead of just letting new employees figure out their own way around the office and work, it would do you well to onboard them systematically.
Have you decided to quit your day job, and start your own small business at home? Are you planning to do so? Being a work-from-home entrepreneur definitely is an enticing prospect, but it can be a bit unsettling initially, till you find your footing.
Telecommuting, or working from home, is gaining popularity both among employees and employers in India. More and more firms are allowing their employees to telecommute, and an increasing number of employees are now open to the idea.
There are entrepreneurs and then, there are fearless entrepreneurs. Fearless entrepreneurs are those who do the things that others only think of doing, and achieve the growth that others only dream of achieving. Here is what sets fearless entrepreneurs apart from the rest.
Being faced with negative public relations (PR) can be a daunting task for any firm, especially so in case of a small business which is trying to grow. A negative article about your business in a newspaper or magazine can damage your reputation, and even affect the morale of your employees.
You will need to make a presentation about your business at some point or the other in your entrepreneurial journey. The more efficiently you connect with your audience through your presentation, the better are the chances of your business getting recognised and growing.
Product development is a very important stage in the life cycle of a business firm, which can make or break it. If done the right way, it helps a firm develop a wonderful product/service which will be a great hit in the market.
Many firms adopt the practice of sending e-mails to their prospective customers, introducing themselves and their products/services. However, this can be pointless if these e-mails are ignored and never opened by the customers.
You quit your day job to start a small business of your own from home a couple of years ago. Today, it has grown, and has started getting recognised. Work and income is readily flowing in, and you are looking for employees who can take you to the next level of growth.