At 30 Naomi Findlay renovated her career, moving from a role in the medical science education space to founding two creative businesses. Stay tuned for the big reveal. This post continues our series where we ask business leaders for their insights and lessons learned on their success journey.
Welcome to our founder series. Twice a month we will interview the founders of businesses, NFPs and charities who impress us, and we know will impress you too. First up is Colin Anson, digital entrepreneur and co-founder of pixevety.
Recently, Authority Magazine reached out to Pure Public Relations’ founder Phoebe Netto to find out how we can create more space in our lives, to allow for more quality time with our children. Here, Phoebe shares five key strategies to keep your various plates spinning.
Choice is a tricky beast. On the one hand it gives customers the freedom to evaluate and select items that they find suitable for their needs, on the other it can be overwhelming and lead to poor or inefficient decision-making.
We have all heard the non-apologies issued by big corporations, politicians and celebrities. But do these non-apologisers need to learn some manners, or are there justifiable reasons for their poor apologies such as avoiding legal implications? And how should small and medium sized businesses be apologising, especially if they are in the wrong or a tragedy has occurred?
Having the correct stock levels means you’re not paying for slow-moving stock to sit on the shelf and you can therefore invest in the items that are bringing you better sales. On the flip side, it means you don’t run out of your best sellers and risk losing customers. Getting the timing of this right does require some forethought, so here are the things to consider.