Category: Business

Run your business on cruise control

Are you running your business like you did in the eighties, nineties? If so, you are probably working like a donkey and probably for the same kind of income – if you are even making any! Business automation is something that has developed albeit quite slowly, over decades and accelerated significantly via the “www “. 

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Rise of the machines

As a young man born in and living in Pretoria South Africa, multi-billionaire Elon Musk, who is better known for pioneering the battery-operated motor concept, was shunned by the Industrial Development Corporation several times. His innovative ideas were denied financial backing so he moved to the USA for better support. The rest as we all

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One tool to serve them all

When working in retail, finance, and manufacturing (sales) industry, you often come across one unavoidable piece of software. A Customer Relationship Management software or what is abbreviated to CRM. Now what really is really astonishing is when people ask how a CRM can actually help their business. Often one gets asked what CRM stands for

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Connect with the world faster

It is quite hard to understand why anyone would bother to ask (sometimes silly) questions these days when answers lie within the tips of our fingers – literally.  Back in the day, we used to have the ordained task of trekking to school or public libraries, or in some cases, rely on the (often egoistic)

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Elasticity and Sin Tax

We can change our dependence on certain goods and services so that we don’t take too high a knock when their prices fluctuate. Life is about making choices. As rational beings, we tend to make the choices that benefit our wealth and well-being. But some options and choices have to be made on our behalf

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Sales misconception – debunqed!

The ‘great’ art of selling is about earning and keeping your client’s trust. In business or commerce, there is nothing greater than the feeling of completing that successful sale. By successful, we refer the whole process: from convincing the customer that your product or service will meet his/her long or short-term needs. This is after

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