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    What Employers Think Of Online Degrees

    Some employers have negative perception about the online degrees but this perception is changing rapidly. In 2013 a report found that many of the human resource managers and other company executives thought of online degrees as unaccredited programs which offered a degree to anyone who had sufficient money to pay. They called the online degree …

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    Getting the Right Multichannel Marketing Mix in 2015

    by Buddy Nievera | Multichannel marketing is not exactly new, though it has become quite a buzzword in business circles over the past few years, one that will be increasingly used as social media marketing plays an ever more important role in the promotional efforts of business organisations. For those unfamiliar with the term, multichannel …

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    Attract the Right Attention with These New Business Networking Ideas

    It would appear that many businesspeople are networking averse and look upon this integral business activity with a fair amount of reservation, and in many cases, something bordering upon, perhaps even surpassing, disdain. Business networking is the most effective, low-cost marketing method you will ever come across – when it’s performed correctly. But how should …

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    The 10 Benefits of Business Management Software

    Running any type of company can be highly demanding especially if you are trying to juggle everything on your own. A better solution is to install a suite of business management software on your corporate computers. These programs can offer the following advantages to any enterprise, big or small. 1. A Single IT Platform. Instead …

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    How to Choose a CMS for Your Business

    To aid with the running of any enterprise, the right software is required. Typically, this equates to a content management system (CMS) which generally handles a range of data including customer details, inventory, purchases, etc. Since this technology has been around for a while though, there is a wide selection available on the market. How …

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    Top Filipino Digital Exec Returns Home to Head DAN Manila

    Ed Mapa, Jr. will return to the Philippines to head up TBWA’s Digital Arts Network (DAN) Manila, the latest office in TBWA’s global digital offering. Commenting on the appointment, managing partners Jimmy Santiago and Melvin Mangada said they are very pleased that Mapa is joining the agency, as he is the right chief executive officer …

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    5 startups that are reimagining the world

    Bricks that grow from microorganisms, household garbage turned into art, three-wheeled bike-cars — these startups are redefining urban living. Walk [Your City], as the name suggests, wants people to showcase just how walkable their city is. It’s the brainchild of Matt Tomasulo, an urban designer and activist. “A big obstacle to walking is this perceived …

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    Israeli startup’s unique cybercrime solution

    What’s it going to take to outsmart cybercriminals? According to Nadav Zafrir, a former commander at Israeli Defense Force’s esteemed intelligence unit 8200: “We need a new formula.” After all, 2014 was bookended with major security breeches: from Target to Sony. So, it’s clear that the current defense against cyberattacks isn’t enough. “There’s no way we’re going to …

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    The secret to growing your business as discovered by Steve Jobs

    by Drake Baer | Back in 1982, a 26-year-old Steve Jobs gave a speech upon receiving the “Golden Plate” award from the Academy of Achievement in Washington, D.C. It was a chance for Jobs to talk to high-achieving youngsters about how to make their lives and the world better. “If you’re gonna make connections which …

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    Here’s how this athletic-apparel grew into a $15 billion empire

    by Drake Baer | When Under Armour was founded in 1996 it made $17,000 in annual revenue. In 2014 it made over $3 billion with a market cap that’s swelled to $15 billion. Founder and CEO Kevin Plank has used breakthrough technology, celebrity endorsements, and clever product placement to make Under Armour a force in the athletic-apparel industry. When …

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Business Travel & Leisure

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    Book Review: The Art of Solo Travel: A Girls’ Guide

    by Sheryl Kayne | Looking for a book to soothe your single travel status? Here’s a book that every single girl needs to read: The Art of Solo Travel: A Girls’ Guide, by Stephanie Lee, published by Indie Travel Media Ltd, 2010. As you’d expect from the title, Lee is a traveler herself and she …

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    3 Reasons Why Travel Doesn’t Make Women More Interesting

    It’s a well-worn cliché that travel provides a cornerstone for masculine development. This blog’s creator and many other like-minded quality writers have shown us that getting out of one’s comfort zone is a necessity for a man to grow into himself. There is a reason that ROK’s travel archive is bursting with stories of picking …

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Money | Success

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    America Inc. warns of turbulence ahead

    via CNN Money | After an avalanche of earnings results in recent weeks, one thing is clear: Corporate America is worried about 2015. The red flags: many companies warned that oil prices and the strong U.S. dollar could hurt sales this year. Multinationals, ranging from Caterpillar and Microsoft to McDonalds and Procter & Gamble are worried that the strong dollar will drag down …

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    The 4 main stages of getting investors

    Startup companies need capital to grow. Knowing from whom and when to get capital, however, is a difficult task. I’ve gone through this process numerous times and am currently in the trenches again for another company. I’ve learned a lot along the way and have identified a short guide of investment stages many entrepreneurs encounter. …

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    3 Critical Things to Know Before Pitching Investors

    by Catherine Clifford | First impressions are always important in business, especially when you’re approaching investors to secure funding for your startup. Angel investors and venture capitalists have specific expectations surrounding “the pitch,” that charged moment when you try to sell an investor on you and your company. If you’re heading into this culture for the first time, you’ll …

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Retailing Tips & Trends

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    Are Brands Really Turning Customer Complaints into Valuable Insights?

    by Ambrish Bandalkul | Customer complaints are supposed to be a great way to find out what your customers actually think of you. Yet why does it so often feel like businesses are tone deaf? Ahead of our Customer Experience conference, we spoke to Reshel Chan, senior customer service manager at iconic Singaporean travel agency Chan Brothers Travel to …

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    How Sunsilk arrested stagnating growth in Malaysia

    The haircare and shampoo category has been dominated by multinational/international players in the Malaysia market for a long time. But the category has been stagnating at 15% CAGR. One of the ways in which these players are trying to steal market share from each other is by launching specialised haircare products. Most of the brands …

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