Financial freedom starts with your decision to break the employee mentality and become your own boss. And with the UAE free zone statistical growth continuing to rise, there’s no better way to start achieving a new level of independence than by launching your own company in a free zone in Sharjah. Like any other new endeavor, becoming a businessman in Sharjah can be a bit … Continue reading How to Launch a Company in Sharjah Free Zones
As an entrepreneur, there’s nothing more satisfying than the feeling of jubilation you get, when the money first starts rolling in. After all, the culmination of all your hard work is finally coming to fruition. But in these ecstatic moments, it’s all too easy to get carried away. Many entrepreneurs squander their wealth once they’ve “made it”, effectively undoing years of hard work through sloppy … Continue reading 5 Tips for You to Protect Your Wealth as an Entrepreneur
Doing a full office fitout is a long and costly process. Furthermore, if not done correctly, the expense could become substantially greater due to lost productivity and functionality. Therefore, choosing the right fitout company for your upcoming renovation is of utmost importance. The following handy tips will show you how. Choose a Reputable and Experienced Operator Ideally, you should go with a company that has … Continue reading How to Find the Right Fitout Company for Your Next Office Renovation
So, you have finally made the decision to sell your business which is a very big consideration, particularly if you have sweated blood and tears to build it up from scratch. You want to be able to maximise the benefits of selling your company and in order to do this, there are a few top considerations to bear in mind. Review your business assets, contracts … Continue reading Top Considerations When Selling Your Business
Contractors, freelancers and the self-employed made up a record high of 15.1% of the workforce in 2017. Contracting has many benefits, but the unsecure nature of the work means financial security is one of ebbs, flows and unpredictable income streams. Successful contractors know that planning ahead is key to staying at the top of their game. This is especially important as we enter the somewhat … Continue reading How Contractors Can Get Ahead in 2019
Basic reasons behind keeping your guttering in optimum condition. Introduction When considering the maintenance of our offices and commercial properties, the chances are that guttering and the associated piping is well down on the list of priorities; always assuming they’re considered at all. The problem for the humble gutter is that it is largely a case of “out of sight, out of mind” and since … Continue reading Gutter care for your office building
It’s an issue that has dominated the headlines in recent years — gender discrimination is still rife in the workplace, through a lack of job opportunities, passed over promotions, and verbal comments. There is also a particular problem with gender diversity in the construction industry. Despite the industry struggling with a skilled workers shortage, the sector seems to be having a hard time shaking off … Continue reading Gender diversity in construction: reviewing the response
Now that you have generated the much-coveted attention for your brand, you need to figure out how you can use that attention to make sales happen. It is not an easy task to achieve but your effort to make your brand successful will need a few more steps to be taken. Sales funnel directing your customers to complete a sales process successfully. In order to … Continue reading Technology Required for Building a Sales Funnel
Britain’s demand for energy is growing fast – set to increase by a huge 50% between 2005 and 2030. This can be put down to a growing population along with modern life and a greater reliance on technology. How is the country going to meet this extra demand? We’ve teamed up with the business gas specialists at Flogas to find out which sources of energy are the most reliable. How … Continue reading Which is the most reliable source of energy?
Contracting isn’t just a short-term fad. It’s a growing, thriving industry that for many, offers substantial financial benefits, greater control over one’s career and improved freedom and flexibility. On average, contractors take home £5,414 more than their employee counterparts. Contractors charge higher rates, pay less in tax and can deduct expenses. In fact, whilst the average IT employee in the UK earns an average of … Continue reading Calculating Contractor Rates: What affects your income?