Foreign business in Hong Kong looks to the long term

In the late summer and early autumn of 2019, Hong Kong was engulfed in turmoil. In August, the territory’s airport was occupied by protesters, briefly halting its operations, and a few months later the Chinese Communist party’s celebration of its 70th anniversary in power was overshadowed by yet more violent clashes on the territory’s streets. … Read more

Top 10 French Business Angels

Business Angels are men and women who invest their own funds in entrepreneurial projects as diverse as they are. The editorial staff has decided to give you its Top 14 of these entrepreneurship enthusiasts who highlight the young shoots of tomorrow. @Xavier75 Founder of the Free mobile phone network, Xavier Niel is an outstanding Business … Read more

Amazon Turns To Technology To Help Small Business Deal With Intellectual Property Challenges

13 October 2021, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Neubrandenburg: Employees sort parcels from online … [+] Amazon retailer at the new distribution center. The retailer’s second distribution center in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is officially opened today. According to the operator, around 10,000 parcels from European logistics and sorting centers are unloaded here every day and assigned to delivery vehicles. … Read more

Business management: the top 5 skills expected at bac +5

// © ESC Clermont Toolbox Proposed by ESC Clermont Business School By The Fab Studentpublished on November 30, 2020 6 mins After obtaining a master’s degree, many business and management skills are expected of students to be fully ready to evolve at the heart of a company. Cross-disciplinary skills are particularly appreciated from the outset … Read more

SBA Enlarges Small Business Pool through New Rule Change | Bass, Berry & Sims PLC

On June 6, the US Small Business Administration (SBA) issued a final rule modifying its methodology for calculating the size of small businesses using an employee-based size standard and authorizes businesses participating in its Business Loan, Disaster Loan, Surety Bond, and Small Business Investment Company (SBIC) programs to choose whether to use a three-year or … Read more

Business models must not remain fixed

The business model is the backbone of a business project, but its boss must constantly adapt it to market movements. This essential approach relies on the agility of the management team and its partners. The business model – with its concrete declination, the business plan – constitutes the roadmap of any business creator, but it … Read more

Cubs Business President Crane Kenney Says “A Lot of Money” Will Roll Over from 2022 to 2023

Even more than a month before the 2022 Trade Deadline, folks are already wondering – aggressively! – about the Chicago Cubs’ plans to spend in 2023. And I think that’s entirely reasonable. Given the current it’s-not-necessarily-a-rebuild-but-come-on-it’s-a-rebuild, it’s only fair that fans want to know what this offseason might look like. And knowing that there are … Read more

The advantages of BtoB, according to the co-founder of WayKonect, Make a Business Plan

Launching into a BtoB activity (i.e. between professionals) has a few advantages: better identified target, leverage effect on sales, more extensive partnership with suppliers and customers… But to succeed, you have to an excellent knowledge of the expectations of professionals. Christophe Lossois, one of the four co-founders of WayKonect confirms… Created in June 2015, this … Read more

Staffing Shortage Strains New Hospice Business Lines

Many providers have expanded beyond the traditional business lines of hospice care to reap potential benefits in a value-based payment arena. Carefully navigating paying goals alongside staffing needs are important keys as providers diversify services beyond the hospice scope. More hospices are developing business lines aimed at engaging patients and families further upstream, driven by … Read more

Is employee ownership an answer for veterinary business succession?

With the silver tsunami, veterinarians must find a way to sell their practices to secure their retirement. For some, that means selling to another veterinarian. Increasingly, veterinary practices are being sold to private equity firms, although many veterinarians are worried this will mean their practice focuses more on making money than helping pets and their … Read more