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| June 14, 2015
The Tite Group is a content marketing agency based in Toronto, Canada. With traditional advertising performance decreasing over time, brands need to provide content that consumers want to see opposed to ads they'd rather skip.
Article | April 8, 2020
Small business apps automate a range of straightforward tasks, leading to fewer wasted resources and a direct boost to revenue and profits. Employees often save dozens of hours every week after a business has transitioned to a new tech stack. Yet many small business owners still rely on outdated and time-sapping manual systems and legacy software. And they’re needlessly losing money in the process. Modern apps designed for small companies enable business owners to boost productivity, improve customer satisfaction, and focus on what’s most important.
Article | February 19, 2020
Where are businesses spending their pretty penny these days? Enterprises, SMBs alike have successfully hopped on the current technology bandwagon. As technology keeps advancing forth, it is changing the business ecosystem. When we say infrastructure, it roughly translates to a new technology adopted by business for a great ROI. Disruptors, advancements, up gradations, there are many ways we see the digital world seamlessly merging with the business world. 44% businesses worldwide will increase their tech spending in 2020 according to Comptia
Article | March 3, 2020
Of all the challenges facing small businesses, staffing is among the most difficult. Finding someone with the right skill set who fits into a company culture while sharing in an organization’s mission can be a tough needle to thread for any open position, but it is particularly challenging for IT departments. The skills gap isn’t a myth. A survey from CareerBuilder found that 60 percent of U.S. employers have job openings that stay vacant for 12 weeks or longer, a problem HR managers say costs an average of $800,000 annually. The Centre for Economics and Business Research calculated that the skills gap costs American businesses $160 billion every year.
Article | August 10, 2021
So many aspects of running a small business have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. And one of the areas that have been most impacted was employee recruitment. It was, after all, quite challenging to find potential new hires when you couldn’t meet and interview them face-to-face.
According to a survey by LiveCareer, many businesses turned to social media as a recruitment tool. The company says the social platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook allow businesses to learn “a lot about a candidate’s personality.” In addition, for their survey LiveCareer defined social media as “any digital tool that allows users to create and share content with the public.”
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