• November 14, 2017 /  Entrepreneurs
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    There are three business arrangements in Singapore that have been specifically created for foreign entrepreneurs and business entities planning to have a presence in the country: a subsidiary company, branch office, and representative office.

    These are the basic differences between these business entities for foreign entrepreneurs and investors:

    1. Subsidiary company

    This is probably the most ideal business entity for foreign companies planning to form a Singapore company or expand their presence in the country. This is because this formation provides countless of benefits especially when it comes to tax incentives and limited liability.

    As a separate legal entity from its parent company, a subsidiary company may have a different name and is allowed to conduct any business activities in the country as long as these are legal.

    A foreign company with a subsidiary company enjoys a limited liability, an arrangement in which it is not liable for any losses, liabilities, and debts of its Singapore auxiliary business.

    And because a subsidiary company is incorporated in Singapore, it also enjoys local tax benefits even if it is 100 percent owned by foreign businessmen and entities.

    However, this business setup is required to appoint at least one resident director who may be a Singaporean citizen or holder of EntrePass, Employment Pass, or Permanent Residence Status.
    Meawhile, a subsidiary company may have one to 50 shareholders who may be a foreign or local individual or another business entity. To know more abour subsiday company follow this link:

    2. Branch office

    A branch office, being an extension of its business headquarter, is only allowed to conduct activities performed by its parent company.

    Unlike a subsidiary company, a branch office is not provided with local tax benefits since it is treated as a legal extension of its parent company. And with this arrangement, the headquarter is directly liable for all the losses, debts, and liabilities of its Singapore branch office.

    Meanwhile, it is a legal requirement for a branch office to hire two Singaporean resident agents who will oversee its business operation.

    When it comes to government-imposed disclosure requirements, this business entity may not be appealing for some shareholders since they are also required to submit the audited accounts of their parent company. To know more about branch office, follow this link:

    3. Representative office

    Legally speaking, a representative office is not really a business entity as it is not allowed to engage in any revenue-generating activities.

    A representative office is generally ideal for foreign companies who are not yet sure of the business viability of their services or goods in Singapore and want to conduct an extensive market research before engaging in a full-blown operation. To know more about representative office, follow this link:

  • November 2, 2017 /  Entrepreneurs
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    Many people every year attempt to achieve success with an online business. They grab a domain name, throw a hastily made website online, and then become frustrated when they don’t achieve success quickly enough. They blame it on falling for a scam, or that online businesses don’t really work. The truth is, most times it is because the person never worked on growing as an entrepreneur; they never worked on developing an entrepreneur mindset.

    When you are working for someone else it is easy to think of your workday falling into a certain set of work hours. You go in, put in your time, and when the workday is done you put your job behind you until the next day. When you have an entrepreneur mindset you are constantly working on your business. Even when you are relaxing at the end of the day a part of your mind is a work on building your business.

    One way you can capitalize on that kind of attitude is to develop the habit of goal setting. When you have specific goals and objectives that are clearly defined your subconscious mind can go to work making those goals a reality. When you approach your business without goals your subconscious mind is unfocused. It jumps from one problem to the next with no end result that it is working toward.

    Another important part of that mindset is to understand that in order to succeed you must be willing to put in the time and do whatever it takes to be successful. While it would be nice if the claims of earning a 6-figure income while working part-time were true, the reality is much different. It is possible to build a good income, and eventually reduce the number of hours that you work, most successful entrepreneurs put in some long hours when they are first getting their business up and running.

    You should also be willing to spend time each and every day growing as an entrepreneur. This means going beyond merely learning the daily tasks you need to accomplish. It means working on building your knowledge so that you understand not just what needs to be done, but also why you need to do every task that you do. The more you understand how everything works the better able you will be to innovate and move your business to a higher level. In an environment that is constantly changing, it is the people who understand the business that are able to quickly adapt to those changes.

    Having an entrepreneur mindset helps give you the drive and the focus to not only succeed, but to build a business that remains successful into the future. Without that mindset you might achieve short-term success, but is your attitude and willingness to do whatever it takes that will ensure your success going forward. Growing As An Entrepreneur

  • October 26, 2017 /  Entrepreneurs
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    West Palm Beach, FL – 21 January 2013 – Ryan Moran, a renowned Internet Entrepreneur and marketing coach, announces the release of his new coaching course “Freedom Formula 8.” The new course is designed to help Entrepreneurs finally master one of the many ways to make a realistic income online and to show them how to control their income so that they can control your life.

    -This coaching course is for Entrepreneurs looking to improve on their online income results and build a sustainable income in just 8 days,- said Brian Owens, one of the coaches on this course. -It provides valuable proven insider information on how to pick a profitable niche online, turn the guaranteed traffic source into recurring customers in just 8 days.-

    Highlights from this Freedom Formula 8 coaching course include:

    -the 8 exact steps that Ryan uses to create his successful niche businesses online

    -how to be in control of your financial health

    -how to turn the cyber shopping mega trend into money in your pocket

    -follow a proven roadmap with guaranteed results

    -start to make money in a little over a week

    Brian also says in his Freedom Formula 8 Reviews, -The best part of Ryan’s course is that even someone who has never tried to make money online could follow the instructions and have success. You don’t need to be an expert, so if you’re looking for something geared towards beginners, this is the course for you-.

    The course is available at at just $47 and with your purchase you will get a special bonus report -Convenient Commissions- that shows you a live case study on how to build a website that generates thousands a month.

    The coaching course is run by Ryan Moran and a selected group of mentors. Ryan Moran is a successful internet marketer.

    About Brian Owens

    For the last 5 years, Brian Owens of has been working with internet entrepreneurs teaching profitable marketing strategies online and is one of the coaches on this new coaching course, Freedom Formula 8.

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    Contact: Brian Owens
    Company: Brian Owens Biz
    Address: 2064 Pleasant Hill Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33409
    Phone: 561-966-5983
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  • October 17, 2017 /  Entrepreneurs
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    Oldies but goodies…

    The social media landscape has significantly changed the face of small business communication, but it does not mean previous technologies have been rendered useless. “Old” technologies, such as e-mail newsletters, instant messaging and message boards are still active and can still increase productivity (and sales!). Many entrepreneurs already have a strong understanding of these technologies and have probably used them in the past. Consider dusting off that old e-mail newsletter you belong to – you know, the one you haven’t read in 2 years – or do a quick search of what message boards are out there. You may be reminded of and surprised at how useful these seemingly out-of-date services can be.

    Some you’ve probably heard of, but may not know the full power of…

    LinkedIn

    LinkedIn has become the platform for business-focused social networking. By setting up a LinkedIn profile, users are able to post their work history and professional profiles for others to see. This tool presents opportunities for generating new business, reconnecting with old colleagues, and finding a job.

    While many business users may have a LinkedIn profile, they may overlook the other small business communication tools LinkedIn provides. For example, LinkedIn Groups are a simple way to create an online forum where customers, prospects and industry insiders can exchange ideas. Similar to an e-mail newsletter, the Group allows invited LinkedIn users to interact with one another and for a company to communicate key messages. With some simple work on the front-end to get the group moving, an entrepreneur can then take a back-seat to let the patients run the asylum – while still maintaining his or her position as the group leader.

    Wiki

    A wiki (rhymes with tricky) is a website that allows users to edit the content that is posted on the page; the trick to wikis is ensuring the edits are accurate. Wikipedia, for example, is an editable online encyclopedia in which users can edit the content. The reason the information remains accurate is Wikipedia has designated individuals to monitor updates.

    From a business perspective, a wiki is a great small business communication tool for companies with geographically distributed offices or teams. Users can post a document or other materials on an internal wiki and allow a group to review and edit the material in one place. Beyond the team collaboration, the wiki also helps with “version control,” a problem that occurs when some users do not have the most up-to-date version of a document. Microsoft’s SharePoint offers companies the ability to make internal wikis, as well as discussion boards.

    Some small business communication tools you may not have heard of…

    Yammer

    Yammer is an enterprise microblogging service – think of it as Twitter for internal business communication. The service allows businesses to create their own internal communication channel and limit use to those who have a valid company e-mail address.

  • October 16, 2017 /  Entrepreneurs
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    There is a big misconception regarding first time entrepreneurship and that is the justification that it is okay to fail your first time simply because some well-known entrepreneurs failed and then hit it big.

    What is not mentioned is the number of individuals who failed their first time as an entrepreneur and never got a second shot. Therefore, you might as well make it profitable the first time around.

    Thus, to ensure higher odds of entrepreneurial success, you must choose the right business.

    Here are 4 tips how:

    1. Don’t Let the Economy Determine What Business You Should Start

    The first thing that entrepreneurs think of when starting a business is our current economic condition. Although it is hard to bypass the thought of a horrid economy and the subsequent effect on your new entrepreneurial venture, it is imperative that you not let the economy sway your decision.

    This will especially prove true when the economy turns in the next few years and you are left with an average business that was overly defensive and a lot of regret.

    2. Let Google Assist You In Your Choice of Business How do you truly determine market demand for the product and / or services you plan to offer?

    One way to do it is to use the Google Keyword Checker. This basic site will tell you how many people are searching monthly for your product or service.

    Another key element that the Keyword Checker brings to the table is the use of adjectives.

    For instance, you may want to open a business selling blue widgets, but upon looking up how sought after the product is on the web, you find out that green widgets are searched for times as often as blue.

    3. You Cannot Avoid Sales, Instead You Must Embrace It and Not Let It Determine Your Business Choice

    A willingness to engage in sales separates the men and women from what will be future job seekers.

    Entrepreneurs hate sales because for some reason they tend to be more afraid of rejection than your average Corporate Joe or Jane. Why this reason is, I cannot tell you, but to avoid human interaction, entrepreneurs will completely alter the business that they are going into.

    What they don’t realize is that regardless of industry, sales is part of business and, thus part of entrepreneurship.

    4. K.I.S.S. Keep the concept simple (or, to use the real phrase, Keep It Simple, Stupid). A rule of thumb for first time (and any entrepreneurs) is that if you cannot explain your business in two sentences or less, it’s most likely not going to sell.

    It is very rare that people reinvent the wheel with entrepreneurship. As a matter of fact, you can count them on your fingers: Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Sir Richard Branson and ?

    The odds of hitting Pick 6 are better. In entrepreneurship, especially when choosing your first business, go for a base hit, not a home run your first time at bat.

  • October 16, 2017 /  Entrepreneurs
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    Information is much easier to gain access to nowadays because of the continual advances in technology that are going on day after day. The expansion and swiftness of the Internet is a central example of how technology has revolutionized over time. The Internet is proving to be the most suitable and resourceful place to find information and expand your business.

    So why do so many people still fall short to achieve results?

    Anthony Robbins is one individual who provides a ton of valuable knowledge (hence the reason he is very successful). He says that the reason why so many people fail is because of the excuses they create. He calls them limited resources. These limited resources (excuses) owned by the majority of people consist of:
    Not enough money
    Not enough time
    Lack of personnel
    Not the right technology
    Not knowing how to plan or inadequate planning
    Lack of quality leadership

    The mass majority of business owners blame their failures on a lack of resources. But let’s look at some of the most successful entrepreneurs and leaders:
    Bill Gates: Bought MS-DOS for $50k and sold it to IBM for over $50m
    Richard Branson: Billionaire entrepreneur. Started a student magazine and selling music he liked in his garage – creator of Virgin)
    Steve Jobs: Co-founder of Apple
    Oprah Winfrey: Unfavourable circumstances during early childhood – Now a role model and inspiration to countless people especially African Americans simultaneously hosting her own talk show)
    Lance Armstrong: Won the Tour de France 7 years in a row after beating testicular cancer
    Mark Zuckerberg: Co-founder of Facebook. Originally designed as a network so only college students could interact, share photos and videos. Now it is a worldwide phenomenon

    They used their characteristics, positive attitudes, past experiences, took action and have now created much more resources. There is an abundance in available resources waiting for us all to make use of. Successful entrepreneurs and leaders do not believe in limited resources.

    It is no one else’s fault if you are letting your emotions, your mindset, and your stance prevent you from taking action. It’s your responsibility to be successful. Your life has an incredible calling. It’s time for you to wake up and capture the opportunity. Rather than worrying or complaining about information overload, how about think about how lucky you are to have all this information and knowledge right in front of you? The majority of people in the planet have no chance of achieving what you can because they have no Internet access!

    Being an entrepreneur is the VEHICLE for which you create financial freedom and to “drive” anywhere you please to do anything you want. You either face the challenges or run away back to the drone known as the rat race.

    You are the leader you’ve been looking for.

  • October 13, 2017 /  Entrepreneurs
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    Preparing yourself to become an entrepreneur means becoming a whole person. This means preparing yourself spiritually to be an entrepreneur as well as financially and mentally.

    Youre not going to be able to operate a business unless youre a whole person, and you cant be a whole person unless youre spiritual. And this means being spiritual according to your own definition of the word.

    One definition of spirituality is a sensitivity to, or concern with, non-material values, as distinguished from material concerns. Perhaps you consider yourself spiritual in this sense.

    Or, maybe you feel that worshiping and believing in a higher power makes you a spiritual person. Just as the definition of success is different for each person, so is the meaning of being spiritual but it is something that will help all of us on our journey.

    For me, being spiritual means having a living, loving relationship with God the heavenly Father, in with, and through His Son, Jesus Christ, by way of the power of the Holy Spirit. It is the essence of this spiritual relationship which helps me find my whole self.

    When youre a whole person, your business will click, and you will click. If you arent a whole person if you ignore your spiritual dimension both your business and your personal life will be incomplete.

    Preparing yourself socially to be an entrepreneur means understanding how your business fits into the larger context of your life. You have to remember that you have family and friends, and have to keep them informed of your plans and goals, and involve them in your business decisions.

    When the people around you have bought into what you want to do, youll receive strength and support from them, which will speed you to your success.

    Social preparation also means understanding that there is a social side to business. Make it a point to get involved in at least one business organization in your area. Whether you join the Chamber of Commerce, Rotary, the Lions Club or some other type of business organization, you will experience social growth, a well as the having the means to participate in many good networking opportunities.

    Getting collected is a natural outgrowth of getting comfortable. Once you have made all your preparations and have actually started doing business, its your approach thats going to define your business.

    If youve already gotten comfortable with an ever changing business, youll be able to remain collected and professional, calm and self-possessed as an entrepreneur.

  • October 12, 2017 /  Entrepreneurs
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    The internet has made it easier for anyone with the characteristics of an entrepreneur to fire their bosses, work less, have more time, and make money online. If that sounds like something that interests you, here’s how to get into a home based internet business that’s right for you.

    First, You Must Believe

    Few people become a success by accident. You can’t assume the role of an entrepreneur unless you think like an entrepreneur. And one thing a successful entrepreneur never thinks about is failure.

    Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com has a net worth of over 4.85 billion dollars. Pierre Omidyar, the founder of eBay, has over 7 billion dollars in the bank. And while you may not end up earning what these online business entrepreneurs earn, there is absolutely no reason why you can’t take one of the top online business ideas and turn it into a very healthy income.

    Here are 5 basic steps to launching a business opportunity that will make money on the internet online:

    1.Find something in demand and sell it. Even in the worst of times people still spend money. The only difference is, they are more choosey about what they spend it on. If you can offer a product that people need, no matter what the economy is like, you’re on to a winning formula.

    2.Make sure you team up with a business that is not MLM. You need to focus your energies on keeping yourself motivated and productive. It just wastes your time when you have to babysit downline members who aren’t as motivated as you are.

    3.Look for a unique online business opportunity that isn’t over-represented. It takes a lot of time, energy and money to compete against established competitors who already own a huge share of the online home business internet market. Find a good niche and serve it well.

    4.Work less; work smart. Find an online internet home based business that offers you the ability to automatically prospect for customers and that gives you the tools to make sales online without having to interact with your customers directly.

    5.Finally, make sure you choose real business opportunities online that do not exploit the opportunity seeker. There are plenty of scams out there. Do your due diligence and choose a company you can trust.

    Ready to change your life?

    There’s money to be made owning a home based internet business. Choose yours and get started!

  • October 7, 2017 /  Entrepreneurs
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    Managing once business is not easy, you have to be creative and flexible to become success. Its about create ones life as it is about making a living. It takes time, courage and determination to become a successful entrepreneur. There are a lot of ways to become one of the successful entrepreneur, these ways are proven to some people who achieve their goal. Check if you possess one of them:

    Discipline yourself. Adam smith once said, Do what you should do, when you should do it, whether you like it or not. Self discipline is the most important traits to success. You have to be strong in every step that you and this will lead you into some kind of satisfaction.

    Have Faith. If you do it very easy, then youre not doing it right. If you do it hard, then you are doing right. Some entrepreneurs suffered failure and defeats, even bankruptcy, yet eagerly stand up to make it big in their fields. If you have faith, nothing can stop you. You must learn to pick yourself up to start all over again. You have to learn some experience that can teach you a lesson which wakes you up from a suffering.

    Work Hard. As many success people do, they actually work harder and harder. No one achieves goal just by simply waiting for a chance and sitting in the chair thinking every single day. Working hard will be easy if you have a mission and vision in your life. Erase all temptations that could distract you determination to become success.

    Focus on your strength. Each of us has strengths and weaknesses. To be more effective, you have to know your strength and concentrate on it. You will become more successful if you are able to connect your efforts to areas that you do best.

    Eagerness to learn. You dont have to be a degree holder or a PhD graduate to succeed in your own business. In fact, there are a lot of entrepreneurs are degree holders. Some didnt finish college. These people reached their full potential achieved their financial and personal goals in business because they are willing to learn. To be successful, you must be willing to ask questions, this will help you to gain more knowledge to some experts. You must be interested to every detail, because that would serve as the new knowledge to reach and fulfill your goal. Willingness to learn is one of the most important in doing business.

  • October 1, 2017 /  Entrepreneurs
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    If someone were to tell you that you could create a global business, completely for free, with nothing more than the tools you already have, and the investment of your time, you’d question their sanity.

    Nevertheless, it’s true. If blogging appeals to you, you can create a viable Internet business within a few months: for free.

    Blogging is a new development in online businesses. Essentially, it’s instant publishing. Because entrepreneurial blogging is so new, you have a great opportunity to build your business before others copy what you’re doing, so get started now, and start building your own online empire.

    Let’s look at five business models for your new Internet blogging business. These five models can be combined if you wish there are no rules in blogging. You can change the business model of a blog at any time, to a model which generates more income.

    Each of these models has the potential to earn you a six-figure income. They are:

    Affiliate blog(s)

    Web publisher blog(s)

    Sales blog(s)

    Service blog(s)

    Blog network(s)

    Let’s look at these models one by one.

    Affiliate blog(s)

    Many businesses develop affiliate programs, because they can recruit a sales force of thousands of people, with little expense. The appeal of affiliate programs for affiliate marketers is that you don’t need a product or service you can start selling others’ products, on commission.

    If you intend creating an affiliate blog, select the products that you’ll be selling before you create the blog. This is because you want to be sure that there is a wide range of products that you can promote. There’s nothing worse than developing a blog, and finding out that the well is dry: you’ve picked a niche where products rarely change, and in which the products are so standardized that there’s nothing new to write or podcast about.

    Web publisher blog(s)

    In this model, your blog is the online equivalent of a magazine. Just as a magazine has features and advertising, so does your blog. In this business model, your content is vital, because you’re counting on your content to attract advertisers.

    If you choose to develop a Web publisher blog, you’ve got great models the thousands of magazines which are published each year. Check out a couple of your favorite magazines. Usually a monthly magazine will have a theme for each monthly issue, with two or more stories devoted to this theme. The magazine publishes its editorial calendar a year in advance, so that advertisers can line up their advertising for a specific issue.

    Sales blog(s)

    In the sales model, you devote a blog to a single product, or range of products. When offline companies start blogs, their blogs are sales blogs they’re using their blogs to sell their products. If you have products that you want to sell, a sales blog is an excellent business model. You could sell a product that you’ve created an ebook, a DVD, or art work or products that you buy from others, and resell.