Trending Technology

Today, we will share some understanding about technology industry and what is presently trending, to understand what we all need to catch up with and learn how we can use this new technologies, how they affect us and how easy they make our lives look like, i think they actually help and reduce redundancies, saves time and improve security.

Financial Technology

The question that mostly comes to mind is what is financial technology/Fintech?

B2C, E-commerce and COVID-19 Pandemic

B2C, E-commerce and COVID-19 Pandemic:

The below are few bullets we consider appropriate to pay attention to at this time in our approach to your business

Move your customers online

Ensure your e-commerce platform meets the needs of B2B and B2C customers

Streamlining your returns process is also key

Create an account and list your products, goods and services on Needshub

Why Do People Blog?

Blogging has become a professional endeavour and making money online might be part of the goal.

Since the evolvement of blogging as an online activity where people write about business, ecommerce, lifestyle, fashion, economy, Forex, food, and entertainment blogs, among others.

Blogging has developed over the last decade and the benefits therein remain plentiful.

Here are few reasons why people blog and how blogging can benefit your personal or professional life.

Give And Ye Shall Receive

Lots of entrepreneurs constantly – and quite understandably – hustle to get their businesses off the ground. They need customers, investors, connections, recommendations, etc., which means all that hustle typically translates into aggressively asking for those things. You know, "Ask and ye shall receive..." and all that.

And occasionally, every now and then, often in moments of weakness or guilt, someone actually says, “Yes.”

But there’s a better approach: The best way to get noticed is not to constantly ask but to constantly give – or, as Tim O’Reilly says,

5 Secrets Entrepreneurs Will Never Reveal

When I started my career over 30 years ago, I never set out to be an entrepreneur. I wanted to work at a big corporation and become the CEO. But, in 1988, the entrepreneur bug got me after I read “Growing a Business” by Paul Hawken. He describes having your own business as a magical dream. While I would characterize it differently, here are 5 things I wish other entrepreneurs would have told me: