What is your Type of Business? Private or Public?

This is a difficult situation to go on the one hand, you’re lucky you’re prepared and thought about how your company will react, survive and to maintain business continuity in the face of disaster or disruption. Prepare like you’ve really become a marketing tool and sales. If you need your business apart from your competitors, you can talk about your BCP and DR plans – highlighting how you can ensure continuous service, products and business relationships in the event of a disaster. On the other hand, these plans often involve the private internal data is not really where external knowledge.

This decision completely up to you, but there are some steps you can take to ensure that all parties happy and protected:

* Non-Disclosure Agreement – the client must sign the document before you plan your
* Quote of the plan – you do not need your customers to show a complete plan. Conversely, extracts and highlights key points that highlight how you prepared
* Index only – your customer lists, the content is a very good overview of your plan and give you a few simple talking points
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Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 Business, Business Strategy No Comments

The Same Holds True for Accountants

We’ve all read the newspapers and saw on the news about the numerous crooked accountants and their practices. Some volatile a few dollars here and there some of their customers, while some others just leave the country by all accounts of those who entrusted their money to their families CPA. Employing a person to like, a major consultancy and services to offer is not something that should be reviewed, so we come up with some measures to solve and a few questions to help you find a certified public accountant.

First things first, unless you’re a big company, you do not need to hire full-time bookkeeper, is not a wise idea, cost-effective to run outside to seek the services of an accounting firm. Remember that a large company in service to people at work who are not accountants, such as receptionists, personal assistants, maintenance, etc. And do not forget the celebrity who perform the operation. All these things cost money, and guess where the money will come from-you! Only small business owners do not need this hassle.

The Internet has increased the availability of goods and services and to almost everyone, especially small business owners. One of these services is a consultancy for a fee, will scout all available resources to the right person to find your needs. For example, if you are looking for a doctor, a consulting firm to sift through thousands of potential doctors, narrow the choices based on location, experience and expertise, thus revealing a perfect doctor for your needs.

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Wednesday, March 10th, 2010 Business, Business Strategy No Comments