How to run a business like a digital nomad

It’s hard to believe that only 3.6% of the world’s population had access to the internet 20 years ago – a figure that now stands at around 55.1%. There’s little doubt that widespread WiFi access and cloud technology has made the world a smaller place and given rise to a new type of worker: the ‘Digital Nomad’. These enviable entrepreneurial types are defined by their ability to traverse...

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5 Culinary Components of Any Good Dinner Party Menu

The New York Times declared the dinner party to be “endangered”. However, you simply cannot beat throwing a dinner party for your friends. It’s cheaper than going out and lots of fun. Planning the dinner party menu can be the most confusing part. Do I need a starter? Is the cheese course the same as the dessert component? Keep reading to discover the 5 culinary components of any...

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Atypical but Effective Money Management Ideas for New Businesses

Starting a new business can be very expensive especially when it might be a long time before you start making any money back on your investment. This is why you need to make sure that you are managing your money as well as you can including the traditional ways of using an accountant and the slightly more atypical ways like going paperless. Here, we are going to give you some ideas on how to manage...

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Why IoT Temperature Monitoring Is Ideal For Restaurants And Eateries

If you own a restaurant, a bar, a coffee shop, or any other kind of food-related business, or you work in management at a restaurant, IoT temperature monitoring is a great investment. With the right temperature monitoring tools, you can reduce labor costs, ensure compliance with local regulations, enhance food safety, and much more. The Internet of Things (IoT) uses small, inexpensive sensors and affordable...

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