I want to start a doing technology consultations and purchasing for new businesses. Ultimately the goal is to help new start ups get their IT up and running with as little trouble as possible, especially if their business doesn’t generally relate to to the technology field. My main snag if reaching out to these start ups with out spending mass amounts of funds on advertising. Is there a simpler way to reach this group of people?
I am a 6 Sigma Master Black Belt. 6 Sigma is a statistical methodology that focuses on making decisions based on data. I want to start a consulting business that helps small businesses cut their costs using 6 Sigma methodologies. What would be the best approach to letting small businesses find out about my services. I propose to charge based on a percentage of the 1st year’s savings to the client (ie 30%) of total savings. I am certified in Project Management and Training of 6 Sigma. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
My friends and I are creating scheduling software. I was wondering what types of businesses could use this. Basically, customers will be able to go online and book reservations, appointments, etc. We will modify the software to each type of business as this would be necessary. Any other ideas & thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
I’m a college student, what is the best way to reach out to business in specific fields of a major within any state?
For example: I know someone who is studying Anthropology, so that’s their major. They would like to get an intern this summer in their field of study; Anthropology. How and where would they start to look for an intern in their field of study specifically? How should that person reach out to businesses who do that type of thing in any state?
If we make it easier for businesses to survive, it will ultimately result in higher wages.
The more businesses prosper, there will be increased demand for employees. Increased demand for employees will result in higher wages/benefits.
Instead of making it easier for business to survive/prosper, our President is going to make it harder. He’ll force employers arbitrarily increase wages, increase health care coverage, increase benefits, all in an environment where businesses are struggling to even stay around. It will just make the problem worse with even more layoffs.