There is potential in a business that functions effectively in the internet ecosystem. Giants such as Amazon and Paypal has proved this beyond the shadow of a doubt over the last decade. The internet is an important market space of the 21st century that has the capability to reach out to a wide audience. Hence,…
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It’s important to move with the times and evolve; as an individual, an entity or any kind of organisation. If you’re a business, it is imperative that you stay on top of the latest trends in your industry and use it to better your business. As technology continues to evolve rapidly, businesses need to embrace emerging, cutting-edge technologies before it is too late else you will run the risk of becoming an industry laggard.
We scouted the internet for reports from leading sources like the SMB Group, Cerasis, Deloitte, KPMG and many more for the 2017 technology trends for small businesses to bring you a consolidated list of tech trends your business should not miss out on! Are you and your business on top of these technology trends listed here?
Setting up a business and running it successfully is not a simple task. If you’ve made it this far, you’ve won half the battle but you’re stuck in a rut and you’re wondering what’s next. How do you take your business to the next level? Taking it there requires a lot of work and getting through some challenging times while still keeping your business running and profitable. The first step you need to take is to ascertain if your product or service has enough scope for you to consider expansion. Can the demand for your company’s product sustain its growth? If you just answered yes and if you’re prepared to put in the work and dedication your small business requires to up its game, here are some simple steps you can follow to take your business to the next level.
It is important for every small business to protect their Intellectual Property. Most SME’s in India are not aware of the importance of how to go about procuring an IPR or Intellectual Property Rights and often fall prey to malpractices. Of the ≅40,000 IP applications, India receives annually, over 85% of them are dominated by large corporates. This is indicative of the abysmal gap in IP applications from the SME sector. They lose out on valuable advantages and lose millions in revenue due to this lack of awareness.
Mobile apps are everywhere. From gaming to finance, shopping and medical diagnosis, apps have taken over the world! So why leave your business behind? Don’t you think it’s time you too moved with the times and created a mobile app for your business?