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The Importance of Air Conditioning in the Workplace

Employee satisfaction is a crucial part of maximizing productivity and minimizing turnover at your office, and one often-overlooked part of keeping your employees satisfied is air conditioning in the workplace. What makes it so important that you have air conditioning? It...
Posted On 21 Sep 2017

Essentials To Consider Before Doing Business With The Current Market

Starting a business is a lot more difficult these days then it was around 20 years ago. Even 10 years ago there was a better market, as a lot of change can happen in the span of a single year alone. However, it doesn’t have to be overcomplicated if you have some experience on...
Posted On 14 Sep 2017

Don’t See Yourself as Successful? How Listening to Podcasts Can Change That

Your personal perception of yourself can be harsh at times, and many people feel as though they are not as successful as friends, family neighbors and even professional colleagues. You may even find yourself wondering what you can do to turn things around, and you could feel as...

Worried About Getting a Job After Bankruptcy? Read This

If you’re facing a serious and unsustainable debt problem, and your creditors refuse to negotiate and instead are pushing you (or threatening to push you) to the brink or solvency, then filing for bankruptcy might be your best financial move — especially since, contrary to what...
Posted On 13 Sep 2017

Back to School: 3 Trending Legal Career Options

So, you’ve finished college. No, maybe you weren’t on the Dean’s List every year (or any year). But hey: a degree is a degree, and you’ve earned something that takes plenty of commitment, sacrifice, money and, yes, all-nighters filled with cans (or cases) of Mountain Dew. Nice...
Posted On 12 Sep 2017

Going Beyond Design – Why User Experience Is Important To Your Online Store

A great design can help your website to look polished and professional, drawing in potential customers to what you’re trying to sell. However, design alone isn’t going to get them past the final hurdle and make a purchase. For for your website to be successful, it needs not only...
Posted On 12 Sep 2017

How to Fix Your Home Office if it’s too Much Home — and Not Enough Office

If you’re one of the millions of people who have launched a home-based business, then you know there are some delightful advantages of this setup, including the most glorious of all: not having to waste precious hours of your life commuting to and from work. However, you’ve...
Posted On 11 Sep 2017

3 Reasons No One Knows Your Business Exists

Normally, we’re told to shy away from being the centre of attention. There’s no need to try and be noticed by everyone, it’s not a good look. In a business sense, the exact opposite is true. If anything, you should be desperately crying out for attention to get consumers to...
Posted On 11 Sep 2017

How to Make Secondary Schooling Possible on a Budget

There are a number of ways to pay for secondary schooling expenses, whether you’re just starting your college education or are currently attending courses. However, modeling yourself a budget up front can help you save money, while still being able to pay for school. Our guide...
Posted On 08 Sep 2017

Innovative Catering Ideas For Your Next Event

  Innovative catering makes any event more memorable. If you want to have an event that your friends and family will be fondly remembering for years, keep reading for some ideas on how to make your catering efforts more creative. Have A Theme For All Meals Pick one main food...
Posted On 07 Sep 2017

Toronto’s Service Industry Is Exploding With Hip Catering Options

It may come as a surprise that despite economic challenges across the board, the catering industry is only growing. In fact, its revenue has doubled in the last decade with all signs pointing to further expansion – putting it above restaurants, cafés, and other types of food...
Posted On 05 Sep 2017

How to Build Credit for Your Ecommerce Furniture Store

When you’re in the business of selling big-ticket items like furniture, you will, in all likelihood, need credit. While you might be tempted to use your personal lines of credit, this can be a very risky strategy. If something goes awry, you could be on the hook for hundreds of...
Posted On 29 Aug 2017