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What are the daily responsibilities of a Business Administrator?

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Luciana’s Answer

The day-by-day envolver lots of areas to think about. First you should have a diary with a routine, for example : 1- CEO , definition business plan, meet the team, see the results of financial field; 2- Financial plan, do all administrative things; 3- creation, think about what you can improve of new things; 3- Sales , marketing , negotiations , contracts; 4- Communication, social Midia, videos, contents.
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Rosa Alejandra’s Answer

Hi, glad to help answer your question regarding the responsibilities of a business administrator. First it’s making sure you have a budget to know how much product you can buy to sell your goods and/or services. Then you have to also know how many people you’ll need to hire to ensure your business is well staffed and be ready for your customers. From there you have to be able to plan your time well in advance to ensure that you are tracking your sales and expenses on a daily basis to make sure that you are not losing money and you stay profitable. Administrating is as much about the numbers as it is about the people who you serve and those who help you deliver the best experience to build your brand loyalty. Hope this helps give some perspective into business administration!
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PRASANJIT’s Answer

Below are the responsibilities of a Business Administrator :-
Keeping well-organized files and records of business activity. Receiving telephone calls, creating spreadsheets and presentations, Researching company data and archived reports. Keeping computer databases up to date.
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Seifeldin’s Answer

The Business Administrator's duties will include overseeing and analyzing financial operations, approving purchases and expenditure, mediating between staff and other executives, appointing heads of departments, marketing and promoting the business, and facilitating training programs.
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