The ongoing pandemic has disrupted most aspects of our lives. Although some experts hint that we’re almost out of the woods, we still have a long way to go in adjusting to the new normal. In this short yet tumultuous period, we’ve seen the rise of video conferencing platforms, home improvement projects, sociopolitical movements, and
The economy is slowly recovering due to the recent rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations. While this is so, some businesses continue to struggle to stay afloat in the current business landscape. All businesses, whether big or small, need to learn how to strategically manage their finances during this time if they want to survive the crisis.
Whether you’re closing a sale or trying to land a job, first impressions matter. And that impression might include how you look. While there are no concrete rules on how you should appear in front of a potential buyer, vendor, or employee, they or the industry may have unwritten standards. 1. Best Men’s and Women’s Hairstyles
The pandemic wasn’t the only reason companies are exploring employee wellness programs. The importance of health and wellness in the office wasn’t born out of the coronavirus pandemic. For the past decade, wellness and health have been at the forefront of the achievement of a work-life balance. The new breed of employees is increasingly aware
As a growing company, being struck by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic is a tough challenge that requires a lot of rebudgeting. Tightening your belts means having to compromise on things that you did not expect to. Seemingly less important aspects, such as office remodeling efforts, usually take a backseat during these difficult times.
Within the past few months, we’ve seen how well medicine and business can work with each other. The struggle throughout the pandemic has shown that medicine and businesses need each other. Medicine needs resources and network connections commonly available to entrepreneurs, and entrepreneurs need the medical industry to keep people happy and continue their businesses.
Dealing with an unexpected situation is nothing new for business owners. Most of them already know that there will be many potential issues that may put their business at risk. However, no one really expected the negative impacts that the coronavirus disease will bring to their companies. The COVID-19 situation has abruptly disrupted the business
For a business to remain competitive and survive, its costs need to go down. Offering products and services at lower prices can establish a brand name attributed to penetrative pricing, possibly making what you offer more accessible. Although everyone wants to have a big company from the get-go, it is near impossible if you are
The makeup or cosmetic industry is one of the biggest in the world, with the business becoming a $532 billion industry in 2019. Even the pandemic did not completely shut down or slow down the industry as brands found ways to pivot by doing the following: Focusing on the essentials, like skincare and hygiene Promoting more “natural” looks instead
Starting a business in a foreign country can be challenging, especially when you consider the numerous licenses and permits you need to operate smoothly. However, it can be a profitable venture if the location is suitable. Among your many options is the Philippines, a business-friendly country in Asia attractive to entrepreneurs who want to conquer