Month: December 2017

Business Development Jobs in Malaysia – Job Vacancy @ Job Search Malaysia #business #consultants


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894Business Development jobs

Sales Marketing Consultant (Puchong, USJ,Bukit Jalil, Kajang, Balakong, PJ )

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  • High commission earning + Good basic pay
  • Friendly and Fun working environment
  • 5 days work only
  • Cheras (Selangor), Cyberjaya (Selangor), Kajang / Bangi / Serdang (Selangor), Klang / Port Klang (Selangor), Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya (Selangor), Puchong (Selangor), Shah Alam / Subang (Selangor), Subang Jaya (Selangor)
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  • Responsibilities: To provide One Stop business solutions to all Small Medium Enterprise/Corporate customers. To provide excellent sales and customer service to every customers. To develop new business and servicing existing customer. To meet monthly sales target target set by management. To.

Fresh Graduate ( Assistant of Business Development )

  • Kuala Lumpur
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  • Job Description. Assist of business development executive to planning, execution and reporting. Management of website and email bases enquiries. Support business development in general activity. Preparing documents for attending meeting etc. Job Requirements. Fresh graduate are encouraged. Company.

Key Account Manager / S M Manager

  • Penang – Bayan Lepas, Bukit Minyak
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  • Responsibility Accountable for all branches management, development and expansion of the service offerings, providing direction and leadership to ensure profitable growth.
    Implemet key performance indicator to monitor productivity and drive performance of operational. marketing and.

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RT – News – Business, Finance, Economy, Markets, Stocks Shares #business #card #printers


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02 Sep Exchequer returns for August show a significant fall in revenues collected during the month.

02 Sep US employment growth slowed more than expected in August after two straight months of robust gains and wage gains moderated.

02 Sep Tech giant Samsung has said it is suspending sales of its latest flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 7, as reports of exploding batteries threaten to damage the reputation of the South Korean electronics giant.

02 Sep Telecoms firm Eir has recorded its first year of annual revenue growth since 2008.

02 Sep Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has claimed that the EU Commission’s ruling over Apple’s tax operations in Ireland was an “attack on our corporate tax regime”.

02 Sep Heavy machinery maker Caterpillar has said it could lay off about 2,000 employees at a plant in Belgium, as it considers shifting production to other facilities as part of a restructuring programme announced last year.

02 Sep Irish Residential Properties REIT, or I-RES, is seeking planning permission for 492 apartments as well as retail space in Sandyford in Dublin.

02 Sep Peer-to-peer lending platform Linked Finance says 21 SMEs raised €600,000 in funding during the first two weeks of its new fixed rate loan offering.

02 Sep Activity in the services sector rose by 0.5% between June and July, with wholesale and retail trade seeing a 6.1% surge during the month.

02 Sep Currency movements have hit Fyffes’ banana business, according to the company’s first half results.

02 Sep Crude prices have risen today after losses of more than 3% yesterday, with investors treading cautiously ahead of key US employment data.

02 Sep RTÉ’s Europe Editor Tony Connelly looks at the Apple ruling and the possible impact of a similar case involving Spanish bank Santander.

02 Sep The Irish Times reports telecom firms have hit out at Eir for raising wholesale broadband prices for the second time in 14 months.

02 Sep Telecoms firm Eir has recorded its first year of annual revenue growth since 2008.

01 Sep Up to 250 jobs could go at US multinational Caterpillar’s plants in Northern Ireland, a spokesman has said.

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Grafton Chief Executive Gavin Slark discusses the builders’ merchant and DIY retailer’s double-digit growth in percentage terms in revenue and profit in H1

Bord Gáís Energy Managing Director Dave Kirwan said the firm is reducing its residential electricity prices by 5% and its residential gas prices by 2%

Just Eat Managing Director for Ireland Amanda Roche Kelly discusses the brand’s presence at the upcoming Electric Picnic festival


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Social Business Operations #stock #market


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SOCIAL BUSINESS OPERATIONS

DESIGN

Branding:

We custom design the look and feel of your community to align with your branding guidelines and integrate with your organisation’s marketing strategy. Whether it’s logo usage, colour scheme, or the overall theme of your community, we help you create an attractive, user-friendly design that visually engages your community.

Community Structure:

Team member involvement in your community is paramount to its success.We work with you to create a community that connects content to people and places and one that encourages participation, sharing and knowledge insights.

User Interface and Design:

As good as a community brand and structure may be, if the visual appeal of it is alienating team members, success will be hard to find.Our team will help you put the visual hooks into a design by creating custom elements and widgets that draw audiences to tune in to view and contribute content and to engage in conversations.

TECHNOLOGY

Social Business Software:

There are many software products and vendors. The list includes Jive, Yammer, Tibbr, MangoApps, SocialCast, SocialText and so on. When you are ready to get serious about your social business project and need some advice as to which social business software product is right for you, please speak with us first.

Desktop:

In today’s fast moving world of technology the desktop is no longer the only entry point for access to corporate systems, however it is still the main one for the majority of organisations. As a result we work with you to ensure you get exceptional value from the Enterprise social networking software of choice.

Tablet:

Being social is about being connected and using all digital avenues to bring community members closer together. We can help you design an enterprise social network that incorporates mobile use strategies across tablets and smartphones.

MANAGEMENT

Administration:

As social business practitioners we can help with –

  • Use case definition
  • Platform configuration
  • Theming
  • User training and onboarding
  • Active directory integration
  • Data migration
  • Content curation strategy
  • Engagement strategies
  • Custom development

Community Management:

A community is only as good as its members and it takes special effort to ensure employees and potentially customers are ready for participation in the new way of doing work.

  • Business readiness planning
  • Communications strategy
  • Content seeding
  • Moderation strategy

To gain a better understanding of how we can assist you with your social business journey, check these insights:

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What is a social enterprise? What is a social business? Definitions by ClearlySo #stock

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What is a social enterprise? Defining social enterprise and social business

19th September 2015

Over the past few years, as ClearlySo has grown and changed, the most common questions we have been asked are: What is a social enterprise? and What is a social business? .

We used to have a definition for each of these different phrases. We knew underneath both simply meant an organisation that seeks to be financially successful while creating social and/or environmental impact. It has commercial goals and it has impact goals it is really not that complicated.

With famous examples of these kinds of businesses Green and Blacks. Divine Chocolate or Ben and Jerry s people can understand what it means to consider social impact alongside financial return.

But sometimes it has felt pretty complicated. We ve all made diagrams like this one:

We argued in 2010 that The Time for Social Enterprise is Now :

Many people who approach us ask how social enterprises make their money, or how a social enterprise is different from a business (or indeed how it is different from a charity). Because there is such a range of high-impact organisations operating in such a myriad of ways, these questions are impossible to answer precisely except that, simply put, these businesses have impact and financial success at their core.

Sometimes it is useful to consider some organisations as impact first , like charities, and some as purely for profit . This spectrum of organisation types shows the range of organisations working to create change and there are many. It s also very limiting. Considering the landscape as charity vs. company or social enterprise vs. social business obscures the wider movement that sees business and finance as a force for good.

It means considering the majority of businesses (that do not exist with positive social impact as a core metric for business success) against then a small niche for charities, social enterprises, social businesses, co-operatives, mutuals, BCorps. community interest companies (that list just keeps getting longer). It means disregarding the idea that all businesses have an impact. Some have overwhelmingly positive impacts, some have overwhelmingly negative impacts, and many fall somewhere between the two.

Although these labels can be extremely useful (think about the Cabinet Office using legally defined social enterprise to determine who is eligible for social investment tax relief ), and many of our clients are examples of those who define themselves as social businesses or social enterprises. we work with all kinds of high-impact businesses.

Charities like the London Early Years Foundation are run as businesses; they run sustainable models that support their growth and their impact aims. Yes, they may reinvest their profits: this does not mean that they themselves are non-profit while traditional companies are for-profit . Profit, as June Sullivan. their CEO, explains, is not a dirty word.

Justgiving is an online donation platform that has revolutionised how we give to charity and it is a business.

Businesses can be early-stage ventures or they can be long-established companies that consider every aspect of their social and environmental impact, like HCT. It doesn t matter to us whether a company is structured as a charity, a company limited by shares, or a community interest company: what matters to us is what they do, how they plan to grow their business, and how they create social or environmental change.

For these businesses, the financial bottom line matters, and so does the social or environmental impact. We have over 5,000 of these businesses in our network, many of which are growing rapidly. We believe that these businesses can be both high-return and high-impact; we do not see an impact see-saw where investors and businesses trade off financial returns in order to achieve social impact.

In any industry, different types of businesses have different risk and return profiles. We are simply adding impact to the equation. All businesses have an impact, we just believe they should be accountable for it and we want to help those businesses that create positive impacts to thrive. We envision a future where if you don t care about your social impact, you won t have a sustainable business.

Where great business is founded upon great principles, it is possible to do good while doing well where enterprise and investment are powerful forces for good.

Image: Aduna. whose superfruits create sustainable livelihoods in sub-Saharan Africa.


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Utah Small Business Administration #good #business #names


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Utah Small Business Administration

The SBA provides you with a wealth of information unique to small business through monthly chat events, electronic newsletters, podcasts, and a myriad of business resources to support your business needs.

SBA programs and services support you, the small business person. Learn about SBA-backed loans, government contracting opportunities, disaster assistance, and training programs to help your business succeed.

Business guidance and support is crucial to increasing your odds of long-term success. Find counseling, training, and business development specialists providing free and low-cost services in your area.

Careful planning is fundamental to success. The Small Business Planner includes information and resources that will help you at any stage of the business lifecycle.

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7(a) Loan Amounts, Fees & Interest Rates #business #proposal #template


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The specific terms of SBA loans are negotiated between a borrower and an SBA-approved lender. In general, the following provisions apply to all SBA 7(a) loans.

Loan Amounts

7(a) loans have a maximum loan amount of $5 million. SBA does not set a minimum loan amount. The average 7(a) loan amount in fiscal year 2015 was $371,628.

Fees

Loans guaranteed by the SBA are assessed a guarantee fee. This fee is based on the loan’s maturity and the dollar amount guaranteed, not the total loan amount. The lender initially pays the guaranty fee and they have the option to pass that expense on to the borrower at closing. The funds to reimburse the lender can be included in the overall loan proceeds.

On loans under $150,000 made after October 1, 2013, the fees will be set at zero percent. On any loan greater than $150,000 with a maturity of one year or shorter, the fee is 0.25 percent of the guaranteed portion of the loan. On loans with maturities of more than one year, the normal fee is 3 percent of the SBA-guaranteed portion on loans of $150,000 to $700,000, and 3.5 percent on loans of more than $700,000. There is also an additional fee of 0.25 percent on any guaranteed portion of more than $1 million.

Interest Rates

The actual interest rate for a 7(a) loan guaranteed by the SBA is negotiated between the applicant and lender and subject to the SBA maximums. Both fixed and variable interest rate structures are available. The maximum rate is composed of two parts, a base rate and an allowable spread. There are three acceptable base rates (A prime rate published in a daily national newspaper*, London Interbank One Month Prime plus 3 percent and an SBA Peg Rate).

Lenders are allowed to add an additional spread to the base rate to arrive at the final rate. For loans with maturities of shorter than seven years, the maximum spread will be no more than 2.25 percent. For loans with maturities of seven years or more, the maximum spread will be 2.75 percent. The spread on loans of less than $50,000 and loans processed through Express procedures have higher maximums.

*All references to the prime rate refer to the base rate in effect on the first business day of the month the loan application is received by the SBA.

Percentage of Guarantee

SBA can guarantee as much as 85 percent on loans of up to $150,000 and 75 percent on loans of more than $150,000. SBA’s maximum exposure amount is $3,750,000. Thus, if a business receives an SBA-guaranteed loan for $5 million, the maximum guarantee to the lender will be $3,750,000 or 75%. SBA Express loans have a maximum guarantee set at 50 percent.


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What is a Business? Definition, Characteristics & Examples – Video & Lesson Transcript #sba

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What is a Business? – Definition, Characteristics & Examples

This lesson provides a definition of a business and reviews the key characteristics needed to have a business. The conclusion of this lesson includes a variety of business examples.

Definition

According to well-known professors William Pride, Robert Hughes, and Jack Kapoor, business is ‘the organized effort of individuals to produce and sell, for a profit, the goods and services that satisfy society’s needs.’ A business, then, is an organization which seeks to make a profit through individuals working toward common goals. The goals of the business will vary based on the type of business and the business strategy being used. Regardless of the preferred strategy, businesses must provide a service, product, or good that meets a need of society in some way.

Characteristics

There are three key characteristics that must be met to have a business. First, businesses must be the result of individuals working together in an organized way. Second, businesses must satisfy a societal need. Third, businesses must seek to make a profit.

As Pride, Hughes and Kapoor note, businesses are comprised of individuals working together in an organized way in order to be successful. Businesses are organized around the resources needed to be successful, as well as the type of business that is being operated. Some businesses may be organized in a way that requires constant cooperation and communication with other employees. Other businesses may not require as much contact with other employees but may instead rely on automated workflows. They must decide the best way to be organized based on their individual goals.

Businesses must also satisfy a need for society. For example, a grocery store satisfies the need to be able to purchase food for ourselves and our families.

Grocery stores satisfy a basic societal need.

Another example of satisfying a societal need is a gas station that provides needed fuel for most cars to operate.

Gas stations provide fuel to drivers, satisfying a need in society.

Businesses must carefully consider what need they are meeting for society in order to strategically plan for success. For example, society may have a limited interest in purchasing a personal hovercraft for travel. Travel needs are currently met in other ways, so a business focused solely on personal hovercraft may struggle more than the gas station at meeting a definite need.

Finally, businesses are organizations which are profit-seeking. meaning that they are not the same as non-profit organizations. Whereas non-profit organizations seek donations and funding to meet a mission, such as feeding the homeless in a city, a business organization’s goal will be centered on profit. For example, a business organization might be seeking to become the first four-star hotel in a city.

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Examples

Examples of businesses are nearly everywhere we look. We interact with businesses each day as we commute to and from work, purchase goods and services, or decide what we’ll have for dinner. Businesses include large organizations such as Coca-Cola, Amazon, Walmart or General Motors. The heart of America, however, remains the small business. Small businesses in your city may include accounting firms, restaurants, local shops, and more. The Internet has helped to bridge the gap of competition between small and large firms. Businesses, whether large or small, are able to use the Internet to increase sales around the world as well as to compete globally.

Lesson Summary

Let’s review. A business is the organized effort of individuals to produce and sell, for a profit, the goods and services that satisfy society’s needs. There are three key characteristics that must be met to have a business:

  • First, businesses must be the result of individuals working together in an organized way.
  • Second, businesses must satisfy a societal need.
  • Third, businesses must seek to make a profit.

Businesses are all around us, from the large organizations such as Coca-Cola and Amazon to small businesses like local shops and restaurants found just next door.

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Business Banking Insight – Independent Survey of Business Banking Products and Services #sell #my

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Business Banking Insight

The Chancellor of the Exchequer launched the Business Banking Insight programme in November 2013 to help improve competition in business banking in the UK. Run by the British Chambers of Commerce and the Federation of Small Businesses, we’re independent of any business banking provider, and survey tens of thousands of small and medium-sized businesses every three months to ensure the information we share is up-to-date. Our site is completely free to use and you will not be sold anything as a result of visiting.

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Compare business banking products and services using our impartial rating system

We’ve conducted an independent survey of the UK’s business banking accounts, credit cards, loans and other services, asking thousands of small and medium-sized business owners about their experiences – so you can see how they compare.

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Business Travel Company, Corporate Travel Management Services – CT Business Travel #small #business #lending


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Welcome to CT Business Travel

CT Business Travel has become one of the UK’s leading corporate travel management companies. providing outstanding service is at the company’s core and this is reflected in our impressive portfolio of clients who continue to use and value our services year in, year out.

At CT Business Travel we continuously invest in our teams and technology to allow us to provide an unparalleled Corporate Travel Service. Your account is closely monitored by a dedicated account manager and travel consultant team leader to ensure that your travel policy and expectations are met down to the last detail. Regular review meetings are held between you and our team to ensure you are getting the service and savings you require.

Our ethos for a
Modern Traveller

We don’t ask you for contracts

We source the best fares and give you the choice

We focus on personal service and account management

What We Offer

Specialists in global business travel management

Account based bookings – with no tie in

Negotiated rates with airlines and hotels on your behalf

Management reporting included as standard

Enforcement of your travel policies

Free online booking portal with customised staff controls, reporting and built approval process


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