It’s a new year and you’ve probably set up some resolutions for your business as well as goals and targets after a review of 2018. But before you finalise anything, it’s important to keep abreast of those trends that will affect your industry and the business world in general.
Going forward into 2019, what is it you need to know?
Time to get serious about AIThis is the age of chatbots and virtual assistants, so if you aren’t already on board, it’s time to get involved with artificial intelligence (AI). Large corporations like Amazon, Apple, Facebook and the like are all investing heavily in research and development of AI so as to provide customers with the best experience available.
Payment methods are changingCustomers are always looking for a more flexible payment option, which we saw with Bitcoin and blockchain. Over the last decade, many different payment methods have started to pop up and as a business, you need to keep up with these changes so you remain current and in line with the expectations of your customers.
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Flexible working conditions are here to stayTraditionally, working hours have been 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday but in recent times, with the introduction of mobility with laptops, smartphones and tablets, the need for a flexible working week is increasing. And with many different ways to launch businesses, flexible working conditions are here to stay. Working remotely, or having non-traditional work hours are becoming some of the norms of today’s workforce.
A family run business in its third generation, supplying office furniture nationwide either directly or through white label websites on behalf of other retailers. Having built up an excellent reputation for the product range and service provided, the...
Indicative offers are required by noon of Tuesday 22 September 2020, with a sale concluded by no later than the close of business on Friday 25 September 2020 and therefore only parties that are able to work within this time frame should respond.
Presenting to the market a well established 2 surgery practice due to the vendors plans to reduce responsibilities. Income is derived from fee per item patients and a large capitation scheme which equates to 32% of the practice income.
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