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Katalatto Guides: 4 Ways Small Businesses Can Master Marketing

Most of the people who stuck their daily office routine are willing to start off their own business. The goal is simply long-dreaming, to turn a passion into a career. However, it is neither simple or easy to manage the business successfully. It takes a leap of faith to open a new business, and it takes…
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Katalatto Explains: Blockchain and how it could change future business?

Blockchain – the technology underpinning digital currency Bitcoin – soars the record high 5000$ recently. Banks think it could be the future of financial transactions, while diamond miners hope it will help end the trade in conflict diamonds. Katalatto Explains Blockchain and how it could change the way the world do a business entirely? But…
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Katalatto Asks: What free cybersecurity tools Small Business Owners could use?

Not surprisingly, we often hear about major cyber attacks in the news. We rarely think, however, that we could be victims. Cyber attacks are not an issue only for enormous banks or billion-funded corporations. Hacks can take many different shapes and forms, from a simple computer virus to a massive data breach — companies are vulnerable to a number of…
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Katalatto Guides: 10 free educational portals could top up your knowledge

Whether you want to top up your knowledge on a subject or learn a completely new skill, there is no shortage of online courses to help you on your way. In fact, there are so many choices, it can be difficult to figure out which platform suits you best! To help you navigate the rapidly…
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Katalatto Asks: How Marketing Research is important for Small Business?

Small businesses often find themselves in a challenging situation. These businesses have a great need for reliable answers to important questions that all organizations face: How are market trends impacting your business? How does your target market make buying decisions? What is your market share and how can we increase it? How does customer satisfaction…
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Katalatto a Bit: Banks are finally starting to adopt cryptocurrencies

  The world’s biggest banks aren’t immune from cryptocurrency euphoria, with a range of projects underway to explore how traditional financial firms can benefit from the innovation. Swiss banking giant UBS and 10 other companies say that they plan to use the technical idea behind bitcoin—a distributed ledger called a blockchain—for their own digital currency (paywall). This could…
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Investing in startups in high-risk economies

Opportunities for business rarely come to mind when countries like Afghanistan or Bolivia where neither property nor individual rights are guided. The country Afghanistan often conjures images of suffering, war and drugs, but that’s only part of the story, says Afghan startup founder Jamshid Sultanzada. In 2015, he founded PomTech ICT Solutions, an outsourcing company…
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Katalatto Guides: 30 Best online tools for SMEs

Katalatto Guides the best and useful online tools that any Small and medium enterprises and startups could benefit. 1. Accounting & Finance Freshbooks: If you need online invoicing, time tracking and expense services, this program is easy to navigate, even for the most novice business owners. Wave Accounting: Quickly manage payroll and manage your business…
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Katalatto Guides: 21 best online payment tools for Small Businesses

Billing your customers is very important. Even more critical is getting paid for those services you have done. Thanks to the ongoing evolution of the payments industry, there are more payment tools and platforms to choose from to help find the perfect option for your business based on how many payments you receive, the type…
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Katalatto a Bit: Bitcoin divides to rule

  Compared with Brexit, Bitexit seems a piece of cake. On August 1st, without much agonising or awkward negotiations, a group of Bitcoin activists and entrepreneurs managed to create a second version of the crypto-currency. It immediately gained a following: as The Economist went to press, a unit of “Bitcoin Cash” had a price of $460 and…
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