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Why Germany Continues to Stay Amongst the Most Attractive Investment Destinations?

You are a high cost country, your demographic situation is unfavourable and the population (and hence, the market size) is stagnant, more-and-more aged people are dependent upon less-and-less “productive” employees, you have a severe skills shortage in certain important industry segments, your energy- and environment-related costs are among the highest in the world, you are struggling with an influx of refugees from violent geographies, which has made your central government very shaky. Your economy is doomed, right? Wrong!

2 years

Why Kindness is the New Cool in Business

My Grandma always used to say to me "it's nice to be nice" but starting a career in advertising in the 80's when kindness was associated with weakness, the notion that benevolence prevails was somewhat dispelled for me.

2 years

The Most Elementary Rule to Prioritize Your Tasks at Work Like A Pro

I sucked at my work. I failed to complete most tasks on time. My peers would joke about how me to sticking to a deadline was akin to a politician living up to his word. I would put in 10 — 12 hours each day. But I never moved forward.

2 years

Demystifying the Sharing Economy

Let me share something with you: some brands are going to find it difficult to exploit the sharing economy. Why? Because there's confusion over what it actually is.

2 years

Reasons Why Your Marketing Strategy is Failing

Are you facing challenges while marketing your business? Are your marketing campaigns not showing you the results you had expected to see? It’s definitely time to work on your marketing strategy.

2 years

How to Improve Airport Experience

Anyone else hate flying? I’m not talking about the fear of flying. I mean the arsing about for 2 hours at both ends. I mean the tedious faffery that inevitably accompanies a journey - whether 1 hour or 24. I mean the soul-sucking seven course ‘meal’ comprising: taxi, security, Pret A Manger, gate, seat, passport control, taxi.

2 years

Entrepreneurship as an Art - How Artists and Entrepreneurs are Similar

The business of start-ups and the creation of art have nothing obvious in common. They seem as different as chalk and cheese. Even when we picture them in our minds, we see suits and offices for one and galleries and colours for the other. The results are obviously very different but the similarity is in terms of their creators. The artist and the entrepreneur have more in common than meets the eye. While their work and work environments often differ widely, their inner workings run along the same lines.