Six signs that it’s time to change your ERP software

Whilst enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is the backbone for streamlining business processes, it’s important to remember that, like most technology, it has a limited life span. As technology evolves, so will your company; resulting in the need to replace your current ERP system. Many businesses tend to delay the upgrade of their ERP software
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Why consensus and intellect do not build businesses

My 16 year old son was wearing a brand new pair of trainers the other day and I asked him where he got them from. It turns out, he bought them himself with the money he had made buying and selling trainers on eBay! In addition to a growing money pot, they were the fruits
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UK SMEs spent 600 hours over the last year preparing for GDPR

With six months to go until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline of 25 May 2018, new research today reveals the average UK SME has spent over 80 days (600 hours) preparing for the legislation over the past year. Whilst nearly two thirds of UK SMEs are now planning for GDPR (61 per cent),
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Trang Helen From Vietnam Achieves President Rank At World Global Network

Trang Helen, is the first female President of World Global Network (WGN) in Vietnam.
World Global Network is a Triple A classified opportunity by Business For Home, the top rank.
This is what she had to say:
I was born and grew up in a poor coastal countryside. I love my hometown for nourishing my soul with the romantic & longing of the sea. Along with little mild aroma in the aromatic rice fields, where I call ‘home’: Thinh Long Town – Hai Hau District -Nam Dinh Province- Vietnam.
My family is a hero revolution family. I am grateful to have a wonderful grandmother and hardworking parents. My family taught me brave spirit & gratitude! Freedom and happiness is the living philosophy that I’m searching for & designing my own life.
I have dreams and a clear vision. “06/5/2017 – on my 32nd birthday I wrote: 32 years old! Enough sweet – intellectual and mature! Freedom is what I want to have in my life!Freedom of time to do whatever you want – to go wherever you like – to be with my loved ones and live my own lifestyle! Financial Freedom: Having a large source of passive income. Giant and No Risk. Ensure the best quality of life! The freedom of health:

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Jackie Hind From The UK Wins Best Part Time Direct Seller Of The Year Award

An mother of two has won a national business award at the 2017 Direct Selling Association (DSA) Awards.
Mother of two, Jackie Hind, won ’Best Part Time Direct Seller of the Year’. The award recognises a direct seller who has balanced their business with another commitment, for example a full-time job, childcare or education.
Jackie developed her business with Juice Plus whilst working full-time in retail and raising her two children.
Jackie said:
It feels amazing to win the award, I’m over the moon.
 
Direct selling is the way forward – I’ve found a company that I love through a product that’s had massive impact on my health.”
Instead of watching TV after putting her kids to bed Jackie developed her business. Her success has enabled her to hand in her notice at work to focus on direct selling full-time, whilst spending more time at the weekends and over Christmas and New Year with her family.
The national awards, held this year at the Leicester Marriott Hotel, are hosted by the DSA, the trade body for direct selling – a £2.1billion industry – in the UK.
Over 425,000 people work as direct sellers in the UK More people make money through direct selling than any other type

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QNET Malaysia Showcases Absolute Living At Putrajaya Marathon

QNET made a loud, colourful appearance as a sponsor of the 5 KM run during ‘The Putrajaya Night Marathon 2017’, Malaysia’s Largest Night Marathon in the majestic city of lights.
Dubbed as The QNET Absolute Living Fun Run, the marathon enabled runners to not only experience the scenic view of Malaysia’s administrative capital, its boulevards and signature bridges, but also allowed for participants to experience QNET’s concept of Absolute Living.
In an effort to promote a more holistic well-being among the participants,  QNET displayed a range of products and services at the Absolute Living Fun Run.
Visitors could touch, feel, taste, and sample some of QNET’s exclusive health and wellness products that can help maintain the highest quality of life from the inside out. The Absolute Living Fun Run helped transform the city into a glittering wonderland, and turned out to be a great way to spend time with family and friends.

Flagging-off the Absolute Living Fun Run was QNET’s Chief Executive Officer Trevor Kuna, who shared the same aspirations as the organisers – to share the great benefits of a healthy lifestyle and to get more individuals, especially the millennials, to take their health seriously.
“We, at QNET, truly believe that one of the fundamental

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UK Singles’ Day achieves 32 per cent year-on-year growth

New data presented by Rakuten Marketing’s affiliate network reveals a 32 per cent year-on-year increase in affiliate sales driven by UK shoppers for Singles’ Day 2017. Based on proprietary performance data, Rakuten Marketing expects ecommerce retail sales to climb approximately 12 per cent year-on-year for the whole 2017 holiday selling season. Interestingly, in the case
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Digitising options for trade professionals

These are the people responsible for fixing our broken pipes so we no longer have water spewing everywhere, ruining all of our prized possessions and age-old family heirlooms. They’re also the people who expertly rewire our kitchen so we can safely plug all of our appliances in. However, just because trades professionals make a living
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Half of businesses admit to paying suppliers late

Slow internal processes and a lack of automation are among the biggest challenges for businesses when it comes to paying their suppliers on time, according to new research by Tungsten Network and the Institute of Finance and Management (IOFM). The Friction Index research found that almost half (47 per cent) of businesses admit that at
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