Two Tips for Those Who Want to Set up a Shop That Sells Vintage Clothes and Accessories

Posted on: 19 March 2019
If you plan to set up a shop that will sell vintage clothing and accessories, here are some tips that should help to ensure that this business venture goes well. Make sure you have any vintage jewellery professionally repaired and cleaned before putting it up for sale Over time, the condition of jewellery can deteriorate. Dirt can become ingrained in the crevices of encrusted diamond rings and earrings, and silver items can end up so tarnished that their original shine is almost undetectable.
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Handy Tips to Putting Away Your Business Documents At a Self-Storage Facility

Posted on: 19 September 2018
The moment your office premises starts to become overrun with paperwork, it is time to keep your old records in order. And if a majority of these old documents are still pertinent to the running of your business, it is best to eliminate them from the commercial property and put them into storage. Nonetheless, some people may not know how to make the most of an off-site unit. Rather than just placing the paperwork into cartons and hauling them off to the unit, there are several things that you should bear in mind.
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Two Factors to Consider When Selecting Workwear for Your Employees

Posted on: 26 March 2018
There are several factors you should take into consideration when selecting new workwear for your employees. Read on to find out what these factors are. The type of business you run It is vital to ensure that the workwear you choose for your employees is appropriate for the type of business you run. Choosing garments that clash with the aesthetic and general 'vibe' of your enterprise could have a negative impact on the way that your clients or customers perceive both you and your business.
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What Are the Key Benefits of E-Waste Recycling?

Posted on: 19 January 2018
Electronic products such as fridges, microwaves, air conditioners, toasters, mobile phones, smart phones, computers, radios, digital cameras, DVD players and MP3 players make life a lot easier and more enjoyable. As electronic products become cheaper due to the economies of mass-production, more Australians can now afford to buy electronics.  The detrimental side of this current trend is that old, inoperative or obsolete electronics cannot be disposed of the same way as general and green waste because electronic waste, also known as e-waste, typically contains significant amounts of toxic elements like mercury, lead, asbestos and brominated flame retardants, which are a major human and environmental health hazard when dumped in landfills or leaked into the environment.
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