The origin of the business cards is often debated, with some folks taking their origin back to 15th century China whereas others think that concept began in the 17th century in Europe. While the time of the origin may vary in different sources, the purpose was the same; to let common people know that a… Continue reading Are Business Cards Still Relevant In 2021 And What Size Are Business Cards?
How many times do you look at a product before making a purchase? If you only need one look before you make your decision, you’re in the minority. One study showed that 92% of customers visiting a website for the first time aren’t ready to make a decision. People need time to make a decision.… Continue reading What Are the Business Benefits of Customer Journey Mapping?
The stock market is a beautiful thing. The biggest companies in the US willingly sell shares of ownership to ordinary people like you and me. And sure, these shares are tiny, but they are still valuable. And if you buy the right stocks, you can expect them to increase in value over time, growing your… Continue reading How to Build a Stock Portfolio: A Guide for Beginners
Many people in today’s generation have realized that working for somebody will always remain a constant loop of changing from one job to another to find a better opportunity. Most of these people have started to understand that instead of looking for a better opportunity, why not create the opportunity themselves and delve into the… Continue reading Should I Buy Businesses For Sale Near Me?
If you have money in terms of your provident fund or savings you were collecting for years, it’s time to invest this money profitably and HM Bullion is one of them. We know some questions puzzled you here as; why and how you will invest, what are the benefits associated with it. Don’t worry, as… Continue reading HM Bullion is the Same Thing as Highland Mint
The goal of every business is to meet the fundamental needs of its consumers. But how do you know if you’re satisfying your customers? How can you prevent your customers from abandoning your business out of frustration? A necessary parameter to measure is the First Call Resolution (FCR) rate. First Call Resolution, also called First… Continue reading First Call Resolution Tips Businesses Should Follow
The main target of every trader is to receive a profit. But not all market players can boast about excellent analytical skills. And it is pretty tricky to track the quotes of dozens of currencies independently. Therefore, all Forex traders use special analytical tools to facilitate this task. Trading signals belong to these instruments. These… Continue reading How To Find The Best Forex Signals?
If you run an eCommerce business or any company that involves warehouse or large inventory fulfillment, it’s important that you learn to make the most of your orders. Consolidating orders is a popular practice that many companies are offering, much to the delight of their customers. When you’d like to add this service to your… Continue reading What Is Order Consolidation and Why Should You Care?
Your customer base is your most important asset. You spend lots of time, money and resources to convince them to buy your products. For this asset to make you money, customers you gain must spend above the cost of converting them. The cost of attracting new customers is the customer acquisition cost. If this cost… Continue reading 8 Secrets to an Awesome Customer Acquisition Cost
HANGZHOU, China, Sept 4 – The global economy is being threatened by rising protectionism and risks from highly leveraged financial markets, Chinese President Xi Jinping said at the open of a two-day summit of leaders from G20 nations. His warning on Sunday followed bilateral talks with Barack Obama that the U.S. president described as “extremely… Continue reading China’s Xi Jinping at G20 Summit Says World Economy at Risk
Emmanual Macron sealed a decisive victory in the final round of the French presidential elections, seeing off opposition from far right candidate Marine Le Pen to become the youngest president of France in history, at age 39. Macron is a former investment banker who is pro-EU and pro-global. He has promised things like an end… Continue reading Will Macron’s Presidency Affect Trade with the Middle East?
MUSCAT Feb 29 Iran is targeting over $100 billion in foreign investments after being isolated from the global market for nearly a decade due to international economic sanctions for its nuclear program, Iranian officials told Newsweek Middle East. During its first roadshow since the lifting of the economic sanctions in January, which took place in… Continue reading Tehran Targets Foreign Investors
DOHA, Oct 31 – Abu Issa Holding, one of the largest retail and luxury goods firms in the Middle East, plans to expand into Iran next year and open stores in Tehran selling watches and confectionery as the market opens up after sanctions. The family-run Qatari firm is an example of a Gulf Arab business… Continue reading Qatar’s Abu Issa Holding to Enter Iran Retail Market in 2017
DUBAI March 30: This year the Dubai International Government Achievements Exhibition will examine three themes of happiness, smart transformation and achievement, according to its release. The Dubai Government Excellence Program, under the General Secretariat of the Executive Council of Dubai and under the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and… Continue reading Dubai International Gov’t Exhibition Announces Themes
WEB EXCLUSIVE — Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Amir Muhammad bin Salman Al Saud recently proposed the privatization of the national oil company, Aramco. Many analysts’ initial reaction was that Saudi Arabia must be in dire straits if it is even considering—let alone actually implementing—such a policy. However, Prince Muhammad did actually indicate the rationale for… Continue reading The Economic Foundations for Privatizing Aramco
DUBAI, Dec 29 – Saudi Arabia’s planned cuts in spending and energy subsidies signal that the world’s largest crude exporter is bracing for a prolonged period of low oil prices. The OPEC heavyweight shows no signs of wavering in the long-term oil strategy it has orchestrated since last year. Instead, it appears willing to continue… Continue reading Saudi Economic Shake-up Shows It is Planning for Cheap Oil