Make Your Business Processes BETTER With Communication

There are some things that will eliminate production in your small business. These are things that will cost you money and, eventually, bring your business to a standstill. These are your primary wastes, that you need to identify and eliminate as and efficiently as possible quickly. You will find two major categories when it comes to waste within a ongoing company or business.

The first is true waste that costs you money and it shouldn’t. The other is waste materials that can’t always be removed, because even though it doesn’t tie directly into production, your business has to have it in order to operate. They are often internal office and corporate and business wastes. But they are just as important to the expenses of the outgoing products and can run your business aground in the same way easily as a production problem. Often, even if these tasks aren’t necessarily related, they do impact each other.

The accounting, and control of obligations for products and materials can directly influence the production requirements for a specific part of your business. In addition, if the paperwork properly is not processed, delivery of products may directly impact accounts payable. It should not work that real way, but it does often, and it builds mistrust and resentment between departments. This is an ideal time to communicate, instead of just changing something, get views and ideas of the sociable individuals who the change will impact directly and indirectly.

It can make life easier in the long term and other departments are then also more likely to warn you of any impending change in their departments. A great way to eliminate waste in your business is to implement a trim six sigma process. This six sigma program has proven successful in eliminating increase and waste efficiency and revenue.

But it is false; while some of the techniques are time-consuming and the outcomes might be un-predictable. A Foreign Business License can be loosely understood as a Work Permit for companies. Just as foreigners in Thailand can only engage in certain occupations and must have a Work Permit to be able to work, foreign companies can also operate merely in the selected categories and need an FBL. The Thailand Board of Investment (BOI) is a division of Thai government that promotes business start-ups and projects in areas that are deemed desirable for the financial outlook of Thailand.

  • Must be considered a customer of the Palau SBDC
  • Full-time, part time, permanent and temporary jobs
  • Strong experience with data control, we use PostgreSQL for almost everything
  • Operating Agreements
  • Shut off the drill press you should definitely used or when remaining unattended for any amount of time
  • Be willing to work hard to achieve the success you desire

One exemplory case of a success story setup under the BOI is the App Development & Marketing Company Appsynth. 100% international owned, the business went from 1-40 employees in 5 years, and has gained multiple regional honours for its services. All you have to to learn about the BOI are available here.

Thai-US Treaty of Amity and Economic Relations is a special agreement between the USA and the Thai Kingdom that allows American companies or business owners to maintain a majority of shareholding or full possession of an organization in Thailand. That it is pretty cool, and darn unfair for the rest of us. You can read about the full requirements here.

9. What visa would I require to start the process of starting a Thai company? To get into Thailand with the purpose of doing business, you will need a non-immigrant ‘B’ (business visa). This enables you to legitimately eligible to perform business activities in Thailand, and that includes prospecting to create a company.

You can apply for this particular visa at a Royal Thai Embassy or consulate in your home country. The visa charge is 2,000 Baht for single-entry with three-month validity and 5,000B for multiple entries with one-year validity. 10. Can I hire foreigners to work in my company? Eligibility comes down to authorized capital, as mentioned above. Two million Baht shall allow you to employ a foreign national, and a further 2 million Baht per person is required to no more than 10 people up. Also note that the ongoing company may hire 1 foreign worker for every 5 million Baht paid in tax.