Defining a Business Mission

Defining a Business Mission To define your company’s mission or identity, ask yourself the following questions:

Break-even point

Break-even point The break-even point (also known as critical turnover) is reached when the turnover is sufficient to cover the operating costs.

Economic Added Value (EVA) Analysis

Economic Added Value (EVA) Analysis You can use the EVA dynamic analysis for each of the 5 years. Use the arrows to increase/decrease a value and see what the result of that variation would mean for the bottom lines of the business. Use this analysis to monitor results and to adjust your business where needed.

Home-Based Businesses: 4 Easy Ways to Get Started

Home-Based Businesses: 4 Easy Ways to Get Started   There are a variety of skills and attributes you can parlay into a successful home-based enterprise. Let’s look at some of the most accessible options.

Review of Famous Company Logos

Review of Famous Company Logos   How big business uses the emotional power of logos. Logos are the most valuable intangible asset of a company.

Most Popular Social Media Sites Review

Most Popular Social Media Sites Review   Why women are the real power behind the huge success of Pinterest and Tumblr. The infographic shows that women not only use social media more often than men, but they use these sites in more ways.

The Art of Deceptive Advertising

The Art of Deceptive Advertising   Quick review of false and misleading tricks used in ads. To show the disparity between ads and actual products, we’ve found an infographic that compares the fake shoot and real product of popular food, hotel and fashion brands. Alarmingly, the actual items look a lot different from their ads.

Vendor allowances and rebates

Vendor allowances and rebates Volume discount The retailer earns additional discounts when the quantity in terms of items or  money of purchases relating either to specific products or all products exceeds certain levels. This can also be in the form of prizes and awards.

A mini guide to starting your own business

A mini guide to starting your own business   The infographic displays some of the key points to consider when setting up a business, as well as looking at vital character traits that might make you the perfect person to build a successful company from the ground up.

Startup Funding by the Numbers

Startup Funding by the Numbers   Startups fund themselves through bootstrapping, bank loans, angel investors, venture capital firms. See the numbers in the infographic.

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