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Start-up Guide: Building Your Own Food Manufacturing Business

Starting a food manufacturing business used to be challenging because of limited resources. Many potential business owners were also hesitant to dive into the food industry because of the huge amount of capital it used to demand. But today, modern technology and industrial innovations, along with various financial assistance programs, offer lots of opportunities for

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Three Steps to Getting Your Business Back on Track

All of us experience failures at some point in our lives. And for those who own and operate a business, some form of misfortune will also come. This is not to discourage you to pursue your dreams of becoming a successful entrepreneur. But when things go south, you need to have a backup plan ready

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Marketing Tactics for Attracting Millennials to Buy Insurance

Insurance is one of the most lucrative and flexible fields in today’s world. This is because people now appreciate that the unexpected can happen at any time, and they would rather have something to fall back on should anything happen. However, insurance has mainly been of interest to the older generation and most insurance agents

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To Palletise or Not: Helping Your Customers Pack Cargo

When it comes to shipping, a lot of people still know little about the intricacies of this industry. Some don’t know what hull and machinery insurance is all about or why one cargo needs so many documents to be taken care of before it’s allowed on board. Another detail about shipping that a lot of customers need

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Why Should Businesses Start Adopting the Zero Waste Movement?

If you’re a business owner, then one of the best ways to get ahead of your competition is to keep an eye out for the latest trends in your industry. These days, more businesses are starting to adopt the “zero waste” mentality. With the amount of waste a company can produce within a single day,

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Asian Languages and the Beauty of Diversity

Asia is home to more than 2,000 languages. Unlike Romance languages (French, Italian, Spanish, etc.), Asian languages bear minimal similarity to each other both in spoken and written form. The Most Difficult 1. Mandarin and other Chinese Languages Mandarin isn’t just the most difficult language in Asia; it’s the most difficult language in the world.

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5 Real-Life Stories You’d Watch in Theaters Right Now

Real-life has so many stories to tell. Heartfelt stories of joy. Gripping tales of terror. Accounts of heartache, grief, and sorrow. The best movies, too, are often rooted in reality, such as Apocalypse Now, The Theory of Everything, A Beautiful Mind, among so many others. Some of the greatest stories in real life are just so good they

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How Small Businesses Can Boost their Online Presence Without Spending Millions

Online presence is an essential tool for any business. Creating a successful website can take companies to a new level. Many large organizations nowadays have a good understanding that having an attractive site is no longer enough. The website should actively work for them by serving as an online catalog for new and potential customers

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What You Need to Do Before Starting Your Own Business

If you’re like most people, then you’d rather leave your 9-to-5 job to start a business. By owning and running your own company, you get to turn your idea into a money-making machine. But before you turn in your resignation, know this: There’s more to starting a business than just an idea and capital. It

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Bad SEO: Things You’re Doing That’s Hurtful to Your Website

Using SEO for any business can help it rank better on Google and other search engines. It’s a good practice to keep your website on Page 1 of search results. This may take some time, but the result is long-lasting. However, there are SEO practices that you shouldn’t do because it will only hurt your

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