Back in the day, social media seemingly appeared on the scene rather quickly and developed a reputation for being “the next big thing” or a passing marketing interest and therefore, an unprofitable one. According to various statistics and studies - this is simply not the case. According to a study by Hubspot, over 92% of marketers claim that social media was the most important factor for their business and 80% agreed that social media drastically increased traffic to their websites.
As an entrepreneur, it is normal to feel frustrated at times. Being your own boss often means managing all aspects of your business; from accounting and HR to marketing and business development, it can be extremely difficult to adequately fill all the necessary roles to launch and grow your business. As an entrepreneur, it can be difficult to stay motivated. It is natural at times, to struggle with procrastination and discouragement. Although the times may be tough, it is important to never quit. Remember that a little patience goes a long way and your persistence will pay off. Here are our top five motivational tips to help entrepreneurs stay dedicated to their business:
The life of an entrepreneur is stressful by nature. Being a one-man show and trying to make ends meet can be hard on even the most seasoned of aspiring moguls. As such, most entrepreneurs experience difficulty balancing their personal and work life. If you ever feel like you’re constantly walking a fine line between your work and your social life, you may feel like you’re just waiting for everything to come crashing down. Rest assured, it’s time to breathe easy; read on for useful tips as to how you can reclaim the delicate work/life balance that you need.
Entrepreneurship isn’t for everyone. It takes a highly dedicated and disciplined personality to be your own boss and work for yourself. As such, the team at CREATIVE ZONE has developed the top five questions every entrepreneur needs to ask themselves before starting their own business. This involves determining your level of passion and drive as well as establishing a worst case scenario, just in case. Read on and find out if you have what it takes!
One of the important aspects of doing business in the UAE is determining the legal structure your company will be established under. If you are not familiar with the policies and procedures of the UAE, you may be confused as to which jurisdiction is actually right for you to set up your company in.