Ordinary people, unusual business
One of the hallmarks of an extraordinary person is the fact that he knows what he wants and constantly follows his goal. Such people have the courage of conviction, surround…

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The art of competition: the experience of Picasso and Matisse
The most famous rivalry in the art world shows us how competition can inspire and be productive. Pablo Picasso could not have created his masterpiece “Avignon girls” in 1907, if…

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Money is not happiness, but in the ability to correctly dispose of them
Do you want to risk and organize your own business, but you do not have enough financial resources? Oddly enough, it is even for the better. Although this does not…

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7 PR Tips

Many business owners seriously think that their competitors are more successful when it comes to a press release or placing an article in publications with the right purpose. This “good luck” can easily be lured to oneself, the main thing is to be ready for changes and to develop the practice of public relations. Here are some tips on PR.

If your competitors are very successful in posting notes about their business, they are well-matched with press releases for print and web magazines, this does not mean that they are superior to you in some way. Continue reading

How to be ahead of your competitors
It is very important to know the strengths and weaknesses of their rivals. In any competition, whether it is a marathon at the Olympics or a marketing company for your…

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6 ways to facilitate export
Believe it or not, but just a few tips will save even a small organization from headaches due to paperwork and complicated tax laws. 1. Behind each project - its…

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Do you need innovation?
When it comes to production, newfangled buzzwords and a few terms have more attention than innovation. Capitalism is called the engine of innovation, and innovation has paved the way for…

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5 reasons for the beginning of the end of production
Production problems are more cultural than economic. It does not come from expensive delivery and rising labor costs. The problem is much wider. Is the end of production just around…

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