Welcome back to Linkilaw for this week’s roundup of hand-picked posts from around the World Wide Web. Whether you’re launching your first business, or wondering which changes to make to your existing enterprise, there’s sure to be new ideas to fire up your imagination. Enjoy!
A great read on interviewing new worker candidates for your company. Industry experts give their tips for finding the right fit, such as: finding workers with a “fantastic combination of skillsets,” and “thinking about whether this is the right job for them, not just whether they’re right for me.” For more on the subject, visit this week’s Linkilaw post on hiring options, which explores the various types of staff and when it’s time to add them.
A terrific narrative on why acknowledging and learning from your failures can be a serious advantage in business. There’s also some good insight into big legal errors made by startups on our blog this week.
This Huffington Post personal story offers several ways to make working with your Mum a great experience, and a success. Be sure to check out our post this week on family business as well!
Interesting tips on how to sell your business with grace, and optimise your company’s stability for the new buyer. Linkilaw explored the other side of the coin, in our post on buying an existing business last week.
The Internet of Everything: A Catalyst for the Startup Economy?
These experts argue that a better framework should be created in order for SMEs to progress into the ‘next evolution of the Internet,’ where they can access support with new online business laws and investment.