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    Benefits of good cash flow management The overall aim of highlighting the issues mentioned above is to firstly make you more aware of your cash position which will ultimately help you to improve it. The ability to monitor your cash flow situation is hugely important when it comes to trying to get your business to thrive under pressure. By simply being able to follow good cash flow procedures your business will reap the rewards almost instantly when it comes to building and growing your company. Pay your debts Having a good cash flow situation will make the payment of debts easier. The ability to pay your bills on

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  This is the second in our series of blogs on Cash Flow – by Michael O’Brien of Big Red Cloud.   Leading on from Part one where you should have a clear understanding of the importance of cash flow, now we go to the next step and look at cash flow measurement. What we can measure, we can fix! Cash flow measurement Having the ability and know how to foresee your cash flow situation over the course of the coming months is something you should try and master. The better prepared you are, the less issues you will come across along the way. Get the basics right: Cash flow

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In the First of a 3 part series Michael from Big Red Cloud explains the importance of cash Flow for Startups…. The importance of cash flow is misunderstood by many business owners and managers with the result that many a profitable business actually goes out of business. It’s a hard concept to grasp: if I run a profitable business, how on earth could I go out of business. Read our three part series on cash flow and you’ll get a full understanding of cash flow and realise how profit is no guarantee of survival. It’s no coincidence that they say “revenue is vanity, profit is sanity, but cash is king”.

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    Like most components of a successful business, digital marketing requires some sort of cohesive, holistic strategy and a plan. Your Digital Marketing Strategy is your written plan that details when and how you will use the many available online marketing channels and resources to grow your sales or meet other realistic business objectives. Learn to build a well-prepared digital marketing strategy and plan, so you will have a controlled and manageable execution method of your online marketing initiatives and a path to capitalize on the available online resources. Without a solid digital marketing strategy, you will likely waste time and money chasing trends that never really contribute to your business in

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Here we take a look at what you need to know when employing staff for the first time, the common pitfalls, tax saving tips and Government schemes available. When you set up a company and it is your intention to employ staff, you must first ensure that you are registered for Employers PRSI with the Revenue Commissioners. It is now quick and easy to register online via the Revenue Online Service (ROS). When you take on that first employee it is important to get their P45 from their previous employer and then register them as your employee online. Once you have done this, Revenue will make available to you the

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  Company Name   Hubangel  Company Address   Wexford Whiterock Hill Pembrokestown, Wexford Wexford Ireland www.Hubangel.com Company Email   support@hubangel.com Tell us what your business does and who founded it? Hubangel is an App and a website that gives people savings through special offers from local retailers while at the same time raising money for great causes. Not for profits (hubs) connect to local businesses in a mutually beneficial shopping arrangement. Not for profits provide the audience and the retailer provides promotional offers. Offers are redeemed through the Hubangelapp. You pay as normal. For every sale recorded on the App, the not for profit earns a commission. #ShopSaveGive Hubangel was founded by Declan

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Website Design Advice Ireland

  Website Design Introduction When setting out on any business venture you want to give yourself every chance of success. Whether you are a start up or an established business looking at new opportunities many things will go against you that you can’t control. The key to success is to at least do well the things you can. And that starts with your website.   Make no mistake it’s your Website Make no mistake no matter what anyone tells you in 99% of cases your website is still your most important digital tool. I hear some people say Facebook pages are but this is complete rubbish. Your website is your

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    A Guest Blog from the smart people at : The HR Department (www.Thehrdepartment.ie) Creators of the Egyptian pyramids understood teams, as did every military leader in recorded history, which is why it’s rather astonishing that the concept of teamwork in business is so recent. Anyone who is interested in history will know that the term “teamwork” wasn’t really used in the organisational vernacular until the 1970s. It’s not known why it appeared so late, perhaps the turbulent economy or the shattering of social unity caused researchers to look into why some teams fail and others succeed. It has been said that two large pizzas should be enough to

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“Try reading a book while doing a crossword puzzle. That’s the intellectual environment of the Internet.” In his book, “The Shallows: What The Internet Is Doing to Our Brains,” Nicholas Carr describes what we have long suspected–that our use of the Internet is creating neurological changes in the brain, affecting our ability to remember facts, or pay attention long enough to fully understand what we read. Now, what was that again? Though many disagree with Carr, the research he cites in his book has important implications for content creation. Among the findings: The more links there are in an article, the lower the comprehension of the reader. This may be

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Hand Print Hewlett-Packard, Lexmark and Canon have touted their web-enabled printers for years–but the hardware wasn’t all that useful or necessary. That has changed. Now, thanks to the current crop of mobile devices, you can send documents to printers directly from your smartphone or tablet. Instead of lugging along a load of collateral materials on your next business trip or stuffing a lot of just-in-case papers into your briefcase, you can store the documents on your device and print them as needed. “Whether it’s a real estate agent on the move who needs printed copies of contracts or an insurance agent who needs to print several forms quickly, printing without

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