Tag: business trends

No Longer The King: Budweiser No Longer Considered One of America’s Three Favorite Beers

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When it comes to things that are stereotypical yet proud characteristics of The United States of America, one important staple worth discussing beyond apple pie and baseball is the love of Budweiser. Whether it’s because of their partnership with The National Football League or that some of their cans have the American flag on them, there’s… Read More

A New Dawn, A New Donut: Dunkin Donuts Opens New Concept Store in Quincy, Massachusetts

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With the restaurant industry constantly evolving, countless restaurant chains may end up adapting to the change by trying a variety of options such as new policies and items on the menus, new concepts and designs within the restaurant and integration with mobile technology for the tech-obsessed customers — or in the case of Verts Mediterranean… Read More

Amazon Go: The Next Way Amazon Will Control The World

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If anyone needs a prime example of a company that has ventured far beyond its original intended business model, I wholeheartedly believe that Amazon is the perfect example of that ambitious company.   What started on July 5, 1994 in Seattle, as a company meant to sell literature on the growing internet marketplace, has transformed into a valuable… Read More

Even More Prime: Amazon Celebrates Four Million New Prime Members Among Many Accomplishments

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If there is one juggernaut company that’s dominated the lives of its consumers, it’s Amazon. Starting out as a book-selling company in Seattle in 1994, the company led by Jeff Bezos, now sells nearly everything you can think of; from electronics to clothing, household goods, e-books and even a smart device called “Echo” with a digital… Read More

5 things you may not know about Africa

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Last year’s Ebola outbreak provided media outlets an opportunity to report on Africa in a fair and considerate way. Unfortunately, the media did not seize this opportunity and instead distorted Africa’s image.   To work against such misunderstandings requires taking small steps. The list below entails some facts about five African countries, which are included in… Read More

Technology scramble in Africa attracts big tech names IBM, Samsung

Over the past few months, Africa has become a hot spot for investors. Africa’s recent economic growth and its size in both land area and population have led investors to see untapped potential in the continent.   The most rapidly growing sector thus far has been technology. Market research company Frost & Sullivan claim that… Read More

Develop an internal communications plan to engage remote teams

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Technology has made it possible, and sometimes necessary, to hire remote team members. Even though more companies are embracing virtual offices, the fact remains that it’s difficult to maintain an effective line of communication with remote team members. It’s even more difficult to engage them.   Communications Problems with Remote Teams Companies with virtual teams… Read More

Blogging for Business: How to Generate Awareness with a Company Blog

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Do I Really Need a Blog? Blogs began as online diaries, the daily chronicles of virtual nobodies. As the popularity of blogs increased, the marketing savvy took notice, and blogs slowly transformed into something more. No longer the daily rantings of the self-involved, blogs have matured into thought provoking and inspiring publications for people looking… Read More