27 Oct 2016

Streets Without Shops : How Apps Are Transforming Our Local Neighbourhoods

The on-demand services offered by apps like Uber, Laundrapp and Shoe Drop could be the nail in the coffin for some street-level businesses, and help spur gentrification. But who loses out? Gentrification? “There’s an

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10 Oct 2016

Why You Should Never Work Just For Money

People work to earn money and make a living. That is the reality. If we don’t earn money, we cannot fulfill our basic needs such as shelter, food and clothing. However, you shouldn’t let

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28 Sep 2016

The Best Things In Life Are Simple… And Free

The best things in life are free. — A simple and quite philosophical saying, or just something a cheapskate says. Either way, who doesn’t like free stuff right? From free mineral water to unlimited

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13 Sep 2016

I-Want-to-Go Moments : From Search to Store

Thanks to mobile devices, we can quickly and easily find things around us. And we are, in massive numbers. Google searches about location are growing rapidly, and so are consumer expectations. Whether you’re a

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25 Aug 2016

Immigrants Don’t Harm Economies. In Fact, The Opposite May Be True.

Immigrants have become a major scapegoat in recent years for sputtering Western economies. From the U.K.’s jarring “Brexit” from the European Union to Donald Trump’s infamous wall and more recent proposal to apply “extreme vetting” to

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18 Aug 2016

Workforces Are Getting Older. Here’s How This Will Impact Productivity & Growth

In parallel to the aging of the general population, the workforce in the euro area is also growing older. This could cause productivity growth to decline in the years ahead, raising another policy challenge

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12 Aug 2016

7 Incredible Facts About Women Owned Businesses

Venturing into a business requires innovative ideas, constant hard work, and a great deal of discipline. In the past, the majority of businesses were owned by men. However, businesses owned by women have increased

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03 Aug 2016

Lessons Of Incremental Innovation In Southeast Asia

Having explored most of Vietnam and a small part of Cambodia, I am struck by the innovation that you see here. You will often find creative solutions to establish a business. Have you ever seen

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27 Jul 2016

6 Keys To Develop A Successful Small Business

Steve Jobs dropped out of college to start a little computer company in his garage. Mark Zuckerberg launched the first iteration of Facebook from his dorm room at Harvard. While every successful entrepreneur’s career

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19 Jul 2016

How To Make A Side Gig Work For You

Doing something on the side is appealing to many. Here’s how to make it work. By day, Robin O’Neal Smith is a chief information officer for a local school district. After hours, she is

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