Unusual recruitment procedures
Gentle Giant (transportation) The head of the transport company Gentle Giant, Larry O’Tool, uses a special method for checking the endurance of new employees, and even participates in it. Newcomers…

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What business is better for a woman to work in? 7 successful directions for a business woman
In our article, we will talk about several business ideas that a woman can realize. It is enough to choose a close topic for yourself so that the work is…

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What to do in a private house?
- Rental of premises. If your house is located in a beautiful place, near a lake or river, far from production pipes and close to roads, then you can offer…

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Common Name Brands

If the brand name has become a household name, this phenomenon can have both positive sides and negative sides. On the one hand, consumers begin to correlate the name of the company with a certain group of products. Another aspect of such a transition from the brand name to the name of a specific product is that over time the brand will lose its copyright and any company producing one or another type of product will be able to use it.

Perhaps many people know that the word “Xerox” was originally the name of a company that produces photocopiers. Now we perceive it not as the name of the company, but as a designation for a group of products. But the Xerox company is not the only one who managed to turn the brand in the minds of people into a very specific product. Continue reading

Crowdfunding – what is it?

The most general explanation for this concept is given to us by Wikipedia:

“Crowdfunding (public funding, from English crowdfunding, crowd -“ crowd ”, funding -“ funding “) is a collective collaboration of people (donors) who voluntarily pool their money or other resources together (usually via the Internet) to to support the efforts of other people or organizations (recipients). ”

Such fundraising can occur both for commercial purposes (support for start-ups and the creation of new companies), and for charitable purposes (assistance to victims of disasters, etc.). In order to take part in crowdfunding as a recipient, it is necessary to clearly formulate the goal of collecting money, indicate the necessary amount and justify all expenses. Continue reading

What is crowdsourcing?
How crowdsourcing came about The term “crowdsourcing” was coined by Jeff Howe, who coined it in 2006. Then he, together with the publisher Mark Robinson, published an article in which…

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What to do in a private house?
- Rental of premises. If your house is located in a beautiful place, near a lake or river, far from production pipes and close to roads, then you can offer…

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