Unlike any other niche, the restaurant industry has some pretty scary statistics to battle against. When it comes to newbies that are forced to shut their doors within the first year, the calculated percentage still hovers in between 60% and 80%; even those that somehow manage to beat the odds have a 70% probability of failing within the next three to five years.
Time management is one of the most important processes that every business owner should pay attention to because time is money and spending too much time on specific activities can lead to a decrease in efficiency, productivity and, most importantly, effectiveness.
Is email dead? The answer is still being debated. But one thing is certain: While ESNs (enterprise social networks) are probably not going to completely eradicate email usage, they are fast changing the way people in the workplace communicate, share ideas and collaborate. Here are three ways ESNs are better than email:
How many opportunities have you lost? How many times have you failed yourself? There is a saying that on your last day on earth, the person you became will meet the person you could have become. The biggest regrets are not always about doing, but rather not doing something.
One January 12th, 2017, YouNet Year End Party was followed the concept “Let’s flight together” which was recognized as the greatest and the most memorable event of YouNet Vietnam in recent years.
Listening is an under-developed skill for most people in everyday life. And when it comes to Social Listening, most people hardly make any effort at all. Many business owners use Social Media only to broadcast their message. They broadcast out sales messages on autopilot and then they turn around and say that Social Media doesn’t work for business. Their excuse for not listening?
Big successful brands need to make sense of all the chatter that happens around them on social media. They need to come across as social by engaging with their audience and responding to concerns. Social listening is the way to go about it. There are some compelling reasons why brands should make listening a top priority.
For salespeople, in many cases, there is a love-hate relationship with their CRM software. Many of them would say that they mostly hate it. Now, this hate has slowly decreased, because new generations of sales representatives have grown up using CRM on a daily basis.
Did you know that 60% of organisations’ problems are brought about by poor internal communications? These lead to conflict and situations which are detrimental to efficiency, productivity and the work environment.