Category: Business Infographics
Good bosses get more from their employees than bad bosses do. Here is an infographic that provides tips on how to avoid being one of the bad ones.
It can be hard enough getting out of bed each and every morning to go to work, without your colleagues causing you even more issues with their annoying habits! The last thing you want when you’re having a had day is to have to deal with irritation! Paperstone surveyed UK office workers to figure out which things people hate most.
As a brand or a business owner, you cannot afford to ignore the importance of customer service, or the impact that it can actually have on your success. DMC have collated some of the facts in this area – the results may surprise you, but it’s important to take action and ensure that you’re part of the solution to poor customer service.
Internet marketers encounter all sorts of clients, from micro=managers to absentees, the never satisfied to “here’s 40 more projects for next week!” To survive, one should only take on jobs that that will truly benefit both the client and themselves. Here is an infographic that will help determine if a potential or current client is really worth it after all.
Here is a n easy to understand, colorful, educational publication by Venice Consulting Group to inspire tech and business communities at large and SM followers by providing information about the growing advantages of nearshoring outsourcing for North American organizations.
Nike is the market leader when it comes to sports apparel. Originally set up as Blue Ribbon Sports in 1964 by Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman, the company changed its name to ‘Nike’ in 1971. This year the company celebrates their 50th year. To being the most successful sports apparel company in the world from just an idea that Phil Knight had in college,the company has come a long way.
Giant tech mavericks Facebook and Google are at war. They are ferociously vying for YOUR attention! Their weapons of ensnarement are apps, social media platforms, gadgets, and ads. While they both spend billions on innovations and top-notch talent, their strategies for rising to the top are different. This infographic delves into the timeline of Facebook and Google’s battle for digital domination.
Different companies have different dress codes. But when you are going on a serious business meeting, you should really make an extra effort to dress nice. In this infographic, learn some great tips that will help you to dress properly for your meeting.
Nobody can deny the importance of quality customer service in today’s business landscape. Customers today are more empowered than ever before, and one poor experience or frustrating phone call may be enough to convince them to take their business elsewhere. For MSPs, the message is clear: Your help desk offering better be up to par. To be successful, however, there are a number of factors and considerations to keep in mind – the first of which is whether you’ll want to maintain an in-house help desk, or outsource to a third-party provider.
This infographic from the folks at Print-Print.co.uk explores the different colours used by the worlds biggest brands and the subconscious association colours can have on customers.
Do you ever wonder whether your coworkers are holding you back? Taskworld conducted a survey to find out just how your coworkers are impacting your productivity. The findings indicate that your colleagues play a bigger role in how you operate on a day-to-day basis than you would think.
A successful company involves the efficient working of different areas of the company, starting with sales and then extending to other crucial functions. But in the current hyper-competitive time, sales have become a challenge for even the best of companies across the globe. In this infographic, learn four secrets of sales success.
Making your employees happy is the one of the important tasks you have as a boss. You don’t want to lose your best workers because you didn’t try hard enough. Check out this useful infographic from CIPHR to learn great advices on how to be the best boss.
Chances are your presentations are designed to generate leads, produce sales, convey ideas, educate people, or get them to make a decision. But whatever your goal is, you’ll never succeed at reaching it if you can’t create effective presentations that have clear objectives and create value for your audience.