It’s sad but true.
Every product or service has a purpose, otherwise it wouldn’t be viable in the market. Usually, this follows the ‘I have a challenge that I need to solve’ matter. For example, I have raw food that needs to be cooked, so I buy an oven.
Not always. Products are becoming more complex through integrations and the need to maximize their appeal in the market. Think about your television, 15 years ago people bought one to watch their favorite programme such as The Sopranos or Friends (other TV shows are available!)
2018 has been a challenging time for those operating within the volatile timber markets. Navigating a way through the uncertainties of unit costs and industry demand whilst attempting to be a proactive, sustainable business remains incredibly difficult for most.
We have created a 3 step agenda for our brave forestry friends to provide a advice during this tough period. A few quick wins that can be used to boost your efforts and take back control over your business
You’ve surely heard the phrase, “it’s a small world”. For years, that’s been uttered whenever someone finds out they have a mutual friend or acquaintance in common. If it’s a small world generally, the business world must now be considered miniscule! With so many digital communication channels available and the use of cloud based software, business is conducted and managed more remotely than ever before. And where we work from, isn’t as restricted as it once was.
Remote working opens a world of opportunity – quite literally