The holiday season is upon us. For businesses and customers, this is easily the busiest time of the year. Early shoppers looking to snag deals mean that brands have to start putting together effective Christmas campaign ideas if they want to take advantage of the seasonal rush.
Running a business in today’s economic climate requires a lot of planning and consideration. You need to be able to provide value to your customers consistently while keeping your costs down. Large corporations have it easy: with dedicated departments for various aspects of their business, they have the resources needed to maximize their profits, and ensure great customer service, while also marketing themselves.
Given all that, how are small to medium-sized businesses supposed to compete when they only have access to limited resources? What they could do is work with industry experts who understand their needs and provide support through creative process outsourcing (CPO).
“Mental health is not a destination, but a process.
It's about how you drive, not where you're going.”
— Noam Shpancer, Ph.D.
In most modern enterprises, hybrid work schedules are gaining acceptance and will likely stay that way for the foreseeable future. More and more people are expressing a preference to working from home and businesses are taking notice.
Formerly known as the lip-sync social media platform Musical.ly, ByteDance officially released Tiktok in 2018, intending to further video-focused networking to a global scale. TikTok has changed consumer engagement in just a few years by using a unique algorithmic feed of short videos based on the users' likes and interests.
After 11 years of building an outsourcing company in the Philippines supporting big and small clients in the US, Canada, UK, Europe, Australia and other parts of the world, our experience has taught us that many of the ideas we subscribe to about outsourcing are not entirely true.