When a lot of people hear the word “philanthropy,” they think about the 1%, America’s multi-millionaires who have all the money they need and can afford to make large donations to their favorite charities.
For businesses that don’t require the attention of a full-time designer but want to avoid the hassle of recruiting and hiring a freelancer, Swiftly offers a reasonable alternative. A subsidiary of 99designs, a graphic and web design Crowdsourcing site reviewed previously, Swiftly has a team of designers ready to deliver edits within a matter of hours for a flat fee of $15.
For businesses that use PayPal for money management or otherwise dabble in the world of software tools, PayPal’s Cash and Customer Management Package offers a unique opportunity to purchase several management software accounts under a single subscription plan for $90/month
Successful project management can be achieved in business through proper organization and clarity in collaboration amongst team members. Project management software is useful in helping businesses store and share valuable project information with team members.
A big reason why most small businesses don’t approach foreign markets is because of the myriad risks associated with global operations. While international risk is certainly not something to take lightly, a careful assessment of the primary dangers that your business faces will ensure that you’re ready for whatever challenges you might face.
Once you’ve decided which foreign country you’d like to enter, it’s time to develop a strategy for how to successfully penetrate the market and create an immediate impact on sales for your business. Here are a few steps that I suggest taking to ensure you’re ready to take your business international.
Similar to Crowdfunding, Crowdsourcing has emerged as an effective means of generating graphic designs for less money and with more options to choose from than hiring a freelancer. In this tech review, I’ll discuss the advantages of initiating a Crowdsourcing campaign with 99designs.
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