Practical online home business ideas you can use to work flexibly. Learn from women who’ve made it with their own successful internet business.
Tag Archives | Technology
Businesses that stay in touch with changing technologies are best placed to stay ahead. So what do you need to know about to give your business that edge in 2016?
In just 10 years the internet has transformed our economy. In the next 10 it’s set to move from behind screens to control almost every element of our lives. It is the next industrial revolution and women need to be at the heart of it.
Women in digital are still underpaid and under-promoted according to new research. Leading women in the industry debate what needs to change.
The Growth Story provides case studies of nine women entrepreneurs from UK and North America who have all used different strategies for business growth.
Using tech to fight tech overwhelm may feel counter intuitive, but it may be the best way to set up smart workflows and reduce distractions.
How art school student Jane Ni Dhulchaointigh invented a product that has been compared with Sellotape in terms of significance.
Technology pervades every aspect of our working lives. But who is in charge – you or the technology?
If you are lucky enough to discover a passion, dig deep, and absorb yourself in the work and community.
The digital revolution has transformed the importance of customer service. ‘Word of mouth’ can spread faster and further than ever before.
I wanted to follow in my father’s footsteps and be my own boss, make my own professional decisions and be in control of shaping my own future career. Mahon Digital was born.
Consumers are fast-forwarding through commercials and paying less attention to billboards. Take a look around you. How many smart phones do you see? That’s how you need to reach them – SEO.
Although there are a lot of different types of social media and many can be used to help promote your business there are three key players in the market: facebook, twitter and Google+
There are options for home working which won’t leave you either working 40 hours a week with no sales, or £25 down and in possession of a ‘training guide’ that tells you how to set up your own bogus job adverts.