More and more people are testing the waters of E-commerce. It’s not hard to see why. You gain most of the benefits of a brick and mortar business without the rental costs, overheads, bills and need to employ multiple permanent staff.
The global landscape of business and marketing has changed immensely in the past decade thanks to the rapid technological and social advancement of humanity. The world has become faster and more interactive than it was a couple of decades back and judges a business not only on the merits of its product but also on its image, interaction, and benefits.
Being your own boss is a risky and challenging career. It takes specialized knowledge and a desire to win. Many entrepreneurs don’t make it because they refuse to take the job seriously and aren’t prepared for the time and energy it takes to manage a business. They wait around hoping their next move will be served to them on a silver platter.
Which is yours? If you have a business, you might well be wondering what it means for it to be healthy or unhealthy. As it happens, there are a lot of factors which might influence this, and it is worth spending some time getting used to what they are first and foremost.
Being familiar with modern technologies, you must have heard of Uberisation, a transition to an operational model where economic agents exchange under-utilised capacity of existing assets or human resources (typically through a website or software platform) while incurring only low transaction costs.
The world of web design is forever changing. Each year new technologies and ideas come out that force designers to learn something new.