Starting a new business is a very risky job, specially during pandemic. Ever since the coronavirus pandemic has began, every businesses had been affected terribly since one major consequences of the pandemic was its impact on businesses. Therefore, starting a job since 2020 means not meeting your co-workers and no face to face communication.
According to a Nelson poll, 59% of consumers prefer to buy new products from familiar brands. As a small business, you compete with big brands that have loyal customers and large marketing budgets; that is why you need to find a way to differentiate yourself and have a consistent branding process.
After reviewing the planning and scheduling methods, one of the most difficult parts of performing preventive maintenance is writing down the activities that can be done on the equipment and machinery.
Covid-19’s spread has made national economies and businesses counting the costs, as governments struggle with pandemic measures to tackle the spread of the virus. Furthermore, despite the development of new and more advanced vaccines, many are still wondering what recovery could look like.
Nobody knows your business better than you. But sometimes there are perspectives and angles that we do not see. There will be opportunities and threats that you may overlook. To better understand the potential growth of your business, you need a comprehensive SWOT analysis.
Nematollah Saadat, a civil engineer with over 33 years of experience in construction related to oil & gas projects, is the Chief Operating Officer at Gas Inspection Soultion. Read our Q&A with him to get insight about our company and answers to common questions in the field.
A business needs to provide customers with products that meet their needs better than other competitors in order to attract more customers, gain more market share, increase sales, make more profit, and generally to get successful.
Unfortunately, Covid-19 pandemic has already hit many small businesses and even big companies find it hard to survive under the current circumstances. Furthermore, what has made the situation more complicated is the fact that we cannot predict when everything will get back to the way it used to be. Therefore, we must find creative ways to deal with the consequences of the pandemic.
GAS INSPECTION CEO, Mahmoud Forghani, with +25 years of service in the field of Design, Procurement, Construction, Pre-Commissioning and Start-Up of Oil & Gas industries, is on a mission to minimize the problems of maintenance management in these industries.