With more than 2.7 billion mobile device users worldwide, it’s not surprising to see how the mobile app industry has made significant strides. App usage and smartphone integration are continually growing, with no indications of slowing down any time soon.

Now consider the 1.35 billion tablet users globally, a figure that has doubled over the previous six years. Take a moment and detach from your phone in the day; chances are that everybody within your environ is glued to their mobile device.

As a matter of fact, research suggests that the average person looks at their phone every 12 minutes. 10% of individuals look at their smartphones every four minutes.

We use our smartphones almost everywhere – in bed, while eating, on the street, at home, at work, and even in our vehicles. Chances are that you’re reading this from a phone as we speak.

So, what is everybody …

With more than 2.7 billion mobile device users worldwide, it’s not surprising to see how the mobile app industry has made significant strides. App usage and smartphone integration are continually growing, with no indications of slowing down any time soon.

Now consider the 1.35 billion tablet users globally, a figure that has doubled over the previous six years. Take a moment and detach from your phone in the day; chances are that everybody within your environ is glued to their mobile device.

As a matter of fact, research suggests that the average person looks at their phone every 12 minutes. 10% of individuals look at their smartphones every four minutes.

We use our smartphones almost everywhere – in bed, while eating, on the street, at home, at work, and even in our vehicles. Chances are that you’re reading this from a phone as we speak.

So, what is everybody …

Having a job is what many people want, by having a job someone can make money which can then be used to buy various kinds of necessities, from primary to secondary needs.

But not a few people who already have a job, but still want other income, whether it’s the income they get doesn’t cover their needs or because they really want to have a side business so they can get additional savings that they can save.

Other things that can make us jump into having a side business are:

Seeing Business Opportunities that People Don’t Realize

Apart from the two factors above, a side business can also occur when we see a business opportunity that many people don’t realize. Even this side business can start from a fad, but if you run it painstakingly and indeed the type of business you run is a promising business but many people …

Performing finances is important for many businesses in the world. You must understand ratios because there are many benefits that you can obtain if you can analyze ratios. These financial ratios will help you measure the success of the company.

It can also assess the pros and cons of financial decisions taken. Shareholders’ prosperity (as indicated by the share price) depends on good financial decisions. These financial decisions include investment, and etc.

Financial ratios is a tool for analyzing and measuring company performance using the company’s financial data. Financial data can be taken from financial reports such as income statements, balance sheets, cash flow reports, and other reports. Based on the objective, the financial ratios are divided into four. The following is an explanation of financial ratios and their objectives.

1. Financial Profitability Ratios

Rasio profitabilitas menunjukan kemampuan perusahaan menghasilkan keuntungan (laba).

By using this ratio you can find out …

Event Organizer world (EO) is a part of the attractive and profitable business fields if managed properly. And it is undeniable that the sponsorship component is one of the crucial components and is expected to be of mutualism for your EO business activists. However, branding your event to attract viewers or participants, and to bring benefits to you and your sponsor is not easy. There are several things that must be considered in the various components that make up your event to run smoothly, one of which is how to calculate ROI (Return on Investment).

You have to make a budget for the various needs related to an event you want to hold. If your budget seems big enough, the sponsor will think twice, because usually sponsors tend to weigh their expenses against the event you are going to make. And there is a possibility that the sponsor will “run” …