Eric De Souza

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Women's Business News

Five Ways Your Website Can Make Conversions

In the digital realm, every click, view, scroll, search, and edit counts. If your website isn’t perfectly optimised to convert as many unique viewers into customers as possible, you’ll lose out on the healthy profits offered by the online marketplace – all of which can help give your company a serious competitive edge in the
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Never Neglect These Parts Of Your Business!

It’s understandable that every business owner needs to focus their energy in specific directions. After all, a business is extremely complicated, and it would be just about impossible to focus on everything at once. The problem arises when business owners consistently neglect particular parts of their business for long periods of time. This can be
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Offline Marketing Tools That Still Work Today

In recent years, small business owners have become much more aware of the importance that digital marketing has on their business. Social media pages and YouTube sites are cropping up more and more for businesses. But just because we live in a digital age with things like blogs and SEO to help business, it doesn’t
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PA to Lunch Event

We are proud that the event has as one of its main sponsors  Women’s Business Club, plus Angela DeSouza will be holding a very special on site seminar for the delegates on the day. Huggard is Wales’ leading centre for people sleeping rough in Cardiff. For more than 30 years Huggard has been helping people,
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Ways to Protect Yourself and Your Business Better

If you and your business are not properly protected, you’ll be taking unnecessary risks with the future of your enterprise. No business owner wants to willingly do that, and you should make sure that you don’t do it accidentally. There are lots of small steps you can take to protect yourself and your business better
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Making progress for women in law

Gwyneth Bebb was only the sixth woman to study law at St Hugh’s College Oxford and although she was awarded first-class marks in 1911, at that time women were not awarded degrees. Hers was a test case as her barrister sought a declaration that she was a “person” within the meaning of the Solicitors Act and was, therefore,
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The Ultimate Guide to Business Coaching

Whether you run a small business or large organisation, it’s only natural that you will want everything to go according to plan. Keeping your employees, customers, and clients happy is crucial, so pulling out all the stops to ensure you’re delivering a high-quality service is important. If you’ve noticed that things have gone a bit
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Advice for eBay Start Ups

In many ways, an eBay business means doing business on your own terms. It affords you the opportunity to sell what you want to sell without having to spend money on creating your very own e-commerce website. However, starting an eBay business is not as simple as logging on and opening an account. It takes
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Going The Extra Mile For Your Employees: 3 Ways To Do It

Okay, so you pay your employees a wage each month. Surely that’s enough to keep them happy. And you might be willing to let them go home early occasionally, especially if they have completed their workloads ahead of time. And that should keep them happy too, right? Well, yes! However, there is always more you
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Making a Good First Impression with New Business Clients

When you are in business, putting yourself out there, meeting clients, and pushing your business can be hard, especially if you find it difficult to ‘sell’ yourself or meet new people. But when you are trying to start a freelance business, then the people that you will meet are going to be potential customers as
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