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The entrepreneurs leading 8 of the fastest-growing new retailers in the world share their best business advice

The winners of Shopify’s Build a Bigger Business competition are eight of the fastest growing online retailers in the world. They received a week of mentorship from coaches like Tony Robbins and Tim Ferriss at Robbins’ resort in Fiji. Their best advice is centered on increased self-awareness and is universally applicable. Starting and growing a business can be a lonely, ... Read More »

Fearing tax raids, Agra jewellers shifting their excess stocks to bank lockers

With Goods and Services Tax (GST) becoming effective in July 2017, the gold jewellery business is one of the biggest sufferers as most of this business used to be transacted without any paperwork in the past. Jewellers were not in a habit of keeping a stock register and often, the stock available with them was significantly more than what they ... Read More »

How Owning These 5 Finance Franchises Can Help People Invest in Their Future

You have a mind for numbers, assets and an entrepreneurial drive. The only thing you don’t have is an idea on how you want to invest your time, money and energy. Should you start your own business? Make a new product or offer a new service? Or does becoming a franchisee make more sense for you? There are tons of ... Read More »

Hiring Doesn’t Have to Be Hard: Here Are 4 Challenges and Their Solutions

Small business owners are optimistic about almost everything, including their hiring plans, according to the latest Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) and Gallup Small Business Index. More than three in 10 (31 percent) predict the number of jobs at their companies will grow in the next 12 months; just 6 percent say it will shrink. Small Business Hiring Challenges But although small business ... Read More »

10 of the worst companies to work for in the UK – according to their employees

JD Sports employees rated the sportswear brand just 2.6/5 for job satisfaction  CREDIT:NICK ANSELL/PA WIRE The Financial Ombudsman, Laura Ashley and Ladbrokes are some of the worst companies to work for in the UK, according to employee ratings on the job site Glassdoor. The website holds a database of millions of company reviews curated by those who know the company best — their employees. The ... Read More »

Snapchat Launches Self-Serve Advertising, Facebook Videos Show Their Power

Social media can be an extremely powerful tool for small businesses trying to convince customers to buy their products. Under that umbrella, advertising on social media can make it even easier to reach a wider range of potential customers. And this week, social media advertisers got some welcome news in the form of a new self-serve advertising option from Snapchat. ... Read More »

Buy, Sell, Hold Analysts have these 4 stocks on their radar today

Citi maintained its buy call on the stock with an increase in its bull case target to Rs 1,923 due to higher Jio valuation and lower peak net debt. It believes that the company’s outperformance could sustain as the earnings are an at an inflection point. Among key risks to the stock are weakening in refining fundamentals and global petrochemical ... Read More »

Tesco refuses to ban pyjama-wearing customers from their supermarkets

Tesco has said customers wearing nightclothes in its stores was “not a big issue” after an angry shopper called for a ban on wearing pyjamas and slippers in shops. A “pyjama row” erupted after a customer posted a message on the supermarket’s Facebook page asking mangers to enforce new rules alongside a picture of two women wearing dressing gowns. However, ... Read More »

RBS to charge major financial institutions for holding their cash

Royal Bank of Scotland is to start charging major financial institutions for any cash it holds on their behalf for trading purposes, in the latest illustration of the impact of Mark Carney’s post-Brexit vote stimulus package. It is the first time a bank has started to make charges for sterling deposits since the governor of the Bank of England announced ... Read More »

RBS starts charging financial customers to park their cash

As Royal Bank of Scotland started charging some clients to hold their cash, its chairman has questioned the effectiveness of ultra-low interest rates and called for a rethink of monetary policy . From Monday, RBS will charge interest to about 70 customers, such as banks and pension funds, on the cash they place with the state-controlled bank as collateral for ... Read More »