As a Tesla Model Y owner, I can say that having an electric vehicle has so many clear-cut advantages. Not only does my electric car bring me driving pleasure, but it also reduces my carbon footprint and saves me plenty of money.
No one can forget the global pandemic’s impact rocked the world’s economic and commercial landscape. According to Yelp, 60% of businesses faced complete closure in the office and terminated operations while the pandemic lasted. Other companies took advantage of remote and hybrid work strategies and maintained operations while upholding compliance with COVID protocols.
Every business needs the services and support of vendors and contractors to ensure smooth and seamless business operations. Vendors often provide businesses with goods and services they cannot produce or perform themselves.
We are in the post-pandemic season, and the economy is not blooming for corporate and consumer businesses as previously predicted by industry experts. The reason for this is not difficult to discover: rising global inflation, coupled with the ongoing war in Ukraine, has impacted businesses, its supply chain and, to an extent, the quality delivery of products and services.
One thing we can all agree on is that prices have risen since the end of the pandemic. Businesses and consumers have had to deal with a gradual and rapid product and service pricing shift.
Keeping your businesses afloat is one of the primary goals of business executives. For that to happen, you will have to match consumer demands with quality products and services and maintain excellent relationships with your vendors. Most importantly, you will have to attract and retain the top talents in your business, especially with rising wages expected in 2023.
Every business wants to provide relevant and fast solutions to customers and profit from that venture. While their working operations may differ due to several factors, the underlying objectives do not often change. We will discuss in this article how businesses can take that one step further and turn savings into Impact.
Rising insurance costs may become a concern for businesses as they gradually adapt to an inflationary post-pandemic season. Your business insurance premium renewal may have arrived, and the numbers may have surprised you. Or perhaps you haven't received yours yet but have seen a consistent rise in the premiums over time.
Cloud computing and storage is the most convenient and efficient data management option. It is commonplace to see businesses and individuals moving critical infrastructure ‘to the cloud.’ Clouding is reshaping how enterprises conduct operations, which became more pronounced due to the global pandemic of 2020. Global cloud spend increased by 33% in 2022, showing that getting this expense under control for your business is paramount.
Depending on the kind and number of products or services, business owners incur various costs at the end of each month. Beyond taking care of your expenses ranging from your facility, overhead, equipment, and payroll, Workers Compensation insurance, and the associated claims are often overlooked.