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07 Feb 2008 06:02:57

Low-carbon seminar to be held in Kent



Low-carbon seminar to be held in Kent
A blogger has offered a number of tips for people embarking on home-based small business ventures.

Writing for WalletPop, Jonathan Berr asserted that home workers will likely be more productive if they dress the part - which means resisting the temptation to remain in pyjamas all day.

More seriously, he suggested that people working from home remove themselves from any possible distractions, establish office hours and to find a way to effectively keep business expenses separate from personal ones.

Meanwhile, TMCnet has asserted that teleworking is becoming a global phenomenon, with technologies such as broadband internet connections and teleconferencing making the system more affordable and simpler to set up.

The website also claimed that knowledgebase management software and other customer relationship management programs can be used by homeworkers to increase productivity.ADNFCR-1235-ID-18459382-ADNFCR


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