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What is Business Disruption And How To Remain Relevant And Successful in Today’s Changing Market

What is Business Disruption And How To Remain Relevant And Successful in Today’s Changing Market

Business disruption, disruptive innovations, it’s not new. Established businesses fear for the future because of disruption and how it can, in such a short time, overtake whole industries. Disruption costs businesses hundreds of millions worldwide, so it is more important than ever to be prepared.

Given that the rate of disruption is escalating across every industry, with the help of new technologies and information sharing, businesses around the globe are now becoming more efficient in dealing with it.

5 ways to keep your employees motivated and engaged

5 ways to keep your employees motivated and engaged

The Importance Of Employee Motivation

Leadership starts with creating an amazing work culture that clearly shows who you are as a company. It starts to become part of the company DNA when leaders create a work culture that matches what they envision. While most companies are working towards creating an engaging work environment to stand out and improve their culture,

How traditional media is being reinvented for a new generation of advertisers

How traditional media is being reinvented for a new generation of advertisers

Next Generation Ad Solution - New Types of Advertising

You’ve probably been told time and time again that the ONLY way to get new customers is online.

"Use Facebook"

"Google Adwords work every time for me"

"I get heaps of work off Google"

How can I stop working in my business and start growing it?

How can I stop working in my business and start growing it?

Don’t you just love all those travel offers that stack up in your inbox overnight? All those wonderful offers from far-flung places you’d love to visit, but you never get the time or the money. Or maybe you do have plans in place for a family holiday, but when it comes to getting in the car, the inevitable happens. There’s a breakdown on the production line, an employee calls in sick, a supplier fails you or a customer has an ‘emergency’.