3 Strategies For Your Business Shipping
16 May 2017
If you own a business that is regularly shipping out heavy duty inventory, you'll need to do your best to buy the best materials and follow the best practices. There are some guidelines that will be incredibly useful to you as long as you put these tips into action. With this in mind, apply the principles in this piece in order to make sure that you are sending your inventory on time, at great prices and on your terms.
Effective Spots to Mount a Pistol Safe in Your Home
6 April 2017
Owning a pistol can help you to protect you and your family in the event of a home invasion, but you may not always have the weapon on your person. Instead, you'll likely keep it in a safe, but you want the safe to be easily accessible in the event someone breaks into your home. Whether you're rushing to retrieve the firearm or you're under duress from a criminal and have to get the weapon subtly, using a pistol safe may be more advantageous than a full-sized gun safe.
5 Ways To Network More Efficiently At Wordcamps
14 October 2016
Going to a local WordCamp can be an exciting way to learn the latest issues, releases, and technology affecting the web development sector. However, despite the many valuable talks at these events, one of the most important aspects of a WordCamp is the possibility for effective networking. If you are creating a web-based startup, a regional conference such as a WordCamp can be a great way to make new connections, secure funding, and find partners.
3 Questions to Ask Before Renting a Man Lift
13 October 2016
Aerial lifts, also known as man lifts, are necessary in a variety of construction and industrial settings. But choosing the right one for the task at hand can be tricky if you don't know all the variables at play. Whether you need something for trimming trees, moving items in your warehouse, or repairing the side of a building, here are three questions to ask before renting a lift so you get the right piece of equipment and avoid accidents.