Going To A Trade Show? 3 Tips To Help Your Trade Show Exhibit Get Noticed
25 October 2018
If you are going to a trade show and setting up your own exhibit, you need to ensure that you get noticed. This is because there will likely be many exhibits at the trade show and yours could easily get looked over. To prevent this from happening, below are three tips so you will have a crowd of people at your booth throughout the trade show.
1. Use Color
Using color is a great way to stand out in a crowd, and the same thing goes for a trade show exhibit.
As Millennials Arrive, Business Communication Needs An Update
24 October 2018
The Millennial generation is quickly aging into positions of power within the workforce, and that means that the world of business communication is undergoing a major shift. Raised with significantly more technology than their predecessors from Gen X and the Baby Boom, they come into jobs with an expectation of speed and efficiency in all their conversations. This can create serious conflict in a corporate environment, but a business communication coach can help members of all generations smooth out their differences.
3 Tips To Help Businesses Prepare For Fire-Related Emergencies
24 October 2018
As a business owner, one of the steps you take to protect your business and employees should include having a good strategy for fire prevention and suppression. Being prepared for a fire can reduce significant structural and inventory losses, in addition to preventing serious injuries.
Install Fire Extinguishers
Every business should have fire extinguishers readily available, especially in areas that are more prone to fires. Depending on the type of business you have, you likely want to have several fire extinguishers available in the kitchen or other meal-preparation areas, around electronic devices, and in locations where machinery is frequently used.
Run a Business? Why You Need to Include Background Investigations in Your Hiring Process
23 October 2018
If you own a business, you need to know who's working for you. After all, each person you employ is a representation of your business. Unfortunately, you can't learn everything you need to know about a person from their application, or their professionally-prepared resume. That's where the background investigation comes into the picture. With a thorough background investigation, you can validate your candidates and ensure that you hire the right person for the job.