Is it hard to chose a website name?
Choosing a URL for your website can be as hard as naming a baby. Here are some of the questions to consider before taking this important step in establishing your business.
What is a URL?
A URL, or Unique Resource Locator, is an address on the Web. It might surprise many internet users that typing a domain into a web browser is not the only thing required to pull up a website. Domain names are simply used to direct web surfers to a certain IP address. So, what is an IP address? Think of the Internet as a catalog of phone numbers; each IP number is a website people can contact. Every website has its own unique IP number, but because long numbers are hard to remember, the domain name was born. Domain names are canonical names that people can use in place of a IP number. Each domain name is linked to a specific IP address, so that when people type in a URL, they are automatically directed toward a specific website. It is much easier to remember silverspoons123.com than it is to remember 123.342.153.894. Read More→
We provide a range of emigration services for the US and Europe that help entrepreneurs and investors to move to a new country. We specialize in visas for investing capital. In the US it is the EB-5.
What are your clients motivations for migrating?
Most of our clients already have small or medium size operations in the in the country they are looking to emigrate to. They often come to conclusion that it will be impossible to take their business to the next level without having a presence in that country. Entrepreneurs will look to move themseland immigration to americaves or their employees. Read More→
The Step-by-Step Guidelines for Immigration in Hungary
A new route to EU Permanent Residency through investment: this is a program which many foreign investors desiring to settle in the EU have been monitoring since December 2012, for the key benefit that it enables you to invest €250K into government bonds and become a Permanent Resident of Hungary immediately.
Immigration service providers and their prospective clients are still waiting for the Hungarian government to release the bonds for investment; however we have been speaking to many interested individuals and providing them with as much information as possible, so that when the bonds are available, they are ready to apply.
One of the first challenges an entrepreneur faces is creating a professional image on a shoestring. Companies like Champion Office Suites can provide fully staffed, business ready offices without requiring a long term commitment. From both his past in real estate and present as an entrepreneur, Roger Kahn understands start-up needs, and has made a successful business of satisfying them. Read More→
How can the creation of a DBA (fictitious name) help me advance my e-commerce business?
DBAs (Doing Business As, or “Trading As”) are great for e-commerce companies because they make it possible to own several websites under one corporation. DBAs make it possible to operate a business under a name other than the corporate name filed with the state, or your personal name. If a corporation has several DBAs, banks will allow that corporation to accept checks made out to the different “trading as” names. DBAs help a company’s credibility because people like writing checks to a company name that sounds similar to the name of the website. Nobody wants to pay Company A for goods/services that come from Company B. Additionally, operating different business each under its own DBA allows better tracking of the performance of each business. Read More→
Is your company prepared for a disaster? In an interview with Philip Jan Rothstein, Founder and President of Rothstein Associates Inc. and Rothstein Publishing, we learn more about the field of Business Continuity Management and the critical need for every business, regardless of size, to be prepared for and recover from a potential disaster.
Did The Cow Do It?
Think about the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, or more recently the catastrophic events of 9/11, or even the cascading fallout from dozens of corporate blunders and scandals caused by bribery, greed, collusion, lack of ethics, violence, and even stupidity. Now, put it in the context of your own business.
If disaster strikes, can your business weather the unexpected? Are you prepared for “business as usual” in the event of a crisis?