April 3, 2019 Business Strategy

How Digital Consultants Bring Value to SMEs

Consultancy.uk reports a total value of $250 billion in consulting services across the globe. Small and medium enterprises are uniquely suited to receiving digital consulting service because: They aren’t far too small (solopreneurs and micro firms). This means a larger budget and larger impact per big decision, plus the lack of strategic know-how in every

March 20, 2019 Business Strategy

6 Factors to Consider When Scaling Your Business Towards Growth

While the global corporate community world aims for growth, scaling your business towards growth does not come easy. In fact, not everyone is suitable for growth. The rapid scale-up is a dangerous choice affecting all internal processes, organizational hierarchies, and cross-department workflows.  It presents challenges that will test the capabilities of a business and their

February 6, 2019 Marketing

Internet Marketing For Startups – Outsourcing vs. Building Teams

Internet marketing is one of the many online disciplines that don’t require education, certification, or any type of entry point that comes with the right background or experience. Same goes for content marketing, web design, web development, advertising, PR – you name it. It’s not the same for medical professionals and lawyers – which is why we don’t

January 25, 2019 Business

The 31 Biggest Business Challenges Growing Companies Face

Growing a business is complicated. According to SBE Council, 89% of all businesses employ fewer than 20 employees. And scaling a company further is contingent on solving a number of challenges — most of those being common across all organizations out there. Businesses in their first year or two, under 10 to 20 employees, and

January 2, 2019 Business

How Remote Teams Work Together

Working remotely is about mutual trust. It’s the same as assessing the security of your home, the reliability of your office job, or the viability of your relationship. If you don’t care, you’ll lose. If you stress over it too much, something seems fishy and you may get burned again. I am a proponent of

November 30, 2018 Trainings

How To Prepare For A Software Engineering Job

Getting ready for your first software engineering job can be daunting. Developers are in demand, but gaining the minimum skill set for becoming competitive usually takes 2-3 years. The first job or two as an engineer could be quite challenging to land. The two most important things you need to understand first are: Your job

November 23, 2018 Development

Investing In Your Software Engineering Professional Development

I spent 3 years teaching Java at the high school I graduated at. I was used to technical training courses for organizations that had already adopted Java, as well as paid courses with students who were really passionate about Java. The high school gig was different. Students had a dozen other disciplines to prepare for! It

November 19, 2018 Sales

Main Considerations When Working With Big Enterprises

Clients are not as different as you may think when working with small or big enterprises. At the end of the day, it is always about achieving results and communicating with the decision maker on the other side of the table. One important thing to note is that higher paying clients are often from larger

March 6, 2017 Sales

Why You Have to Target Non-US Markets For Higher Profits

Currently, the United States is the world’s largest national economy. Its GDP for 2016 is $18,56 trillion, hosts the majority of the biggest companies in the universe (that we know of), and is notoriously known as the “land of unlimited possibilities.” It’s only natural to target the US market when selling services, or products, and