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Finding The Right Outsourcing Partner

Although it has been considered as a frightening proposition by a lot of business owners who misunderstand the concept, outsourcing can have a strong, positive impact within any organisation: it can improve efficiency, reduce costs, speed up the product development process and allow companies to focus on their initial, core competencies. When considering a partner…

A Guide to Perfecting your Mobile App Investor Pitch

Delivering powerful pitches to investors is something all business owners, and most importantly new entrepreneurs, need to consider in order to start generating competitive profit. According to Forbes.com, one of the biggest mistakes in trying to pitch an investor is the time you allow yourself to present your idea and deliver your message across. If…

Is Your Website Lead Ready?

If you are having trouble converting your website leads into potential customers then this question should definitely be on your mind. Optimising your website in order to generate leads requires more than simply posting a “click here” button on your homepage. When looking for relevant and promising leads, business owners should have a strategic approach…

A Guide To Effective Mobile Advertising Techniques

The mobile app is considered the lifeblood of the mobile ecosystem. But sometimes, iPhone app developers and Android app developers don’t really understand how it works. It not only manages to deliver informative and relevant experiences to users, but it can also make thousands of free applications and services possible, on a daily basis. In short,…

Why The First 10% of Online Projects is Most Critical

For a successful business owner, allowing the right time and budget for the completion of a project is mandatory. In order to provide full consistency and value to the final outcome of their business project, developers and managers need to pay close attention to each step of the process. The ability to successfully manage a…

Entrepreneurship in Australia, It’s Time to Rise

A BankWest report found that Australia is a breeding ground for youthful business starters, having business owners aged 25 to 34 boomed by 8.5 per cent in the recent year of 2014. Sadly, however, according to The Foundation for Young Australians, entrepreneurs in the 18 to 24 age bracket are underrepresented, with only 8.7% starting…