Category: Business Infographics
The lack of company culture can be damaging to the bottom line of any company, but do companies really know how much of a difference happy employees make? The following infographic explores this in more detail.
You have no doubt heard of websites like Quora, Imgur, Snapchat and Mashable. You might be be surprised to know that all of their founders are below 30 years. What inspire these to be the youngest CEOs in tech? Hot Bargain Phones has put a list of tech CEOs who have made our lives much easier.
Starting a business poses many questions, but first and foremost is the idea of location and how it will play a role in the startups imminent failure or success. When a startup company is set in motion one of the most fundamental questions to answer is, where in the world should this startup be launched? The following infographic breaks down the best places in the world for a startup company based on funding, education of the workforce, economic health, the level of taxing that exists, and what the cost of living looks like.
Uniform Advantage is celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year. They sell popular brands like Grey’s Anatomy, Cherokee and Wonder Wink Koi, Dansko, Skechers including their very own in-house brands. Their first line was launched in 1994. This infographic takes a look at their history.
It’s getting increasingly difficult to compete if you are a B2B business. As a B2B business, you cannot take your target customers for granted. You must remember they have a vast array of options to choose from and your business is not the only one offering the product and services they are looking for. What you need to do is make sure your business shouts the loudest and is seen and heard more than its competitors. This is where social media enters the picture.
Austin is a great place to business, but it’s also a great place to live. Learn more about Austin from this infographic, created by the folks at Sparefoot.
Severance Benefits, such as pay, health care continuance, and outplacement are oft cited as ways for companies to achieve their goals of taking care of transitioning employees, limiting liability, and protecting employer brand. However, a recent study of over 250 HR professionals revealed that companies’ severance benefits actually fall short of achieving those goals. This infographic highlights the disconnect between theory and practice when it comes to offering severance benefits.
B2B Enterprise Marketers are a unique group, with specific challenges, goals, tactics, metrics and strategies. This ANNUITAS study uncovers what drives Enterprise Marketers, their biggest challenges, how they measure success and the strategies and tactics they use to drive revenue.
This infographic from ERS Computer Solutions is based around BYOD (Bring Your Own Devices), an area that small businesses need to be especially mindful of.
From confined static cubicles to open mobile workstations and indoor football fields. This infographic explores how the office space has been continuously changing throughout time. Productivity and an increase moral are a few of the positive outcomes of a more dynamic and creative work space.
When you hear the words ‘successful startup’ a glorified image of a huge business may come to mind. The fact of the matter is that a large portion of the biggest companies that exist had very modest beginnings. These large scale companies may surprise you when you learn the details of where and how they began.
How do B2B suppliers stay on their A-game in B2B marketing today? Well, it’s much more complex than ever as new digital methods and media have completely changed B2B buying behavior. For a look at the digital patterns and preferences of today’s business buyers, MDG Advertising analyzed a 2014 B2B procurement study by Acquity Group and compiled its findings into the following infographic.
In this infographic, learn the results from the 2014 Healthcare Business Salary Survey presented by AAPC. Over 14,000 healthcare professionals from throughout the United States responded to the survey.
The life cycle of a product begins well before the item lands on store shelves. Check out the following infographic from Suddath to find out more about the journey of a product, from inception to delivery.