Weathering a natural disaster like a hurricane is no time to let your long-term business strategy suffer. In fact, it's a time to let your clients and partners see how well you can execute. Tips on staying the course against the odds.
Expanding a business creates a whole new set of challenges but it is important that your business doesn’t stagnate and is constantly moving forward. As this week is Financial Planning Week, it’s the ideal time to consider how you do this. Below, we outline 6 tips for taking your business to the next level.
Submitted by Charles Kennedy of OilPrice.com Natural Disasters Cost The World $160 Billion In 2012 The world’s largest reinsurance firm, Munich Re, has stated that Natural Disasters alone have cost the world $160 billion in 2012.
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Economic losses from disasters since 2000 are in the range of $2.5 trillion, a figure at least 50 percent higher than previous international estimates, according to a U.N. report released Wednesday.
The industrial strategy for aerospace has been developed by government and industry. Launched today by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg during a visit to Airbus in Filton, it sets out how they will ensure the UK continues to thrive in the face of increasing global competition and is able to exploit rapid changes in technology.
Most start their businesses because they have developed a product or service that they believe to be best of class and want to make a success of this. Why? Personal recognition? Possibly, but, mainly, they want to create a vehicle to sustain their lifestyle in the present and future.
But how many actually start with planning for their perceived needs? My experience of working with many Owner/ Managers is – few.
Hurricanes are often associated with soaring gas prices, and sometimes even complaints from drivers about price gouging by gas stations as well. Experts, however, say that Sandy’s effects on gas prices will be mild. Hurricane Sandy hit at a time when gas prices, after a remarkably turbulent year, have been decreasing quite dramatically. According to the latest Energy Information Administration report, the average price for a gallon of regular dropped 12¢ over the past week, reaching $3.57 as of Monday.