When you’re not naturally an entrepreneur, and you've got a great business idea, you can wonder whether you’re somebody that can go into business for yourself. Sometimes when things seem different or new to you, it can be really overwhelming, and you stop yourself from doing anything. Maybe you tell yourself that you’re not experienced and that you’d never be able to make a small business work out? Maybe you look at what others are doing and you start to make comparisons? Either way, you may find that you’re letting your mind stop you from doing some really great things. However, you can make things happen if you really put your mind to it. In order for that to take place, there are some key steps that you might need to take. No matter what kind of experience you have, or where you are in life, you can absolutely create your own small business and make a success of it. So to help you to make that happen, let’s take a look at some of the … [Read more...] about Can You Really Make A Business Work?
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Tali Arbel AP Technology Writer Updated 12:55 PM EDT May 9, 2019 New York – Free services let you watch thousands of movies and TV shows online, but using them feels like wandering through a low-rent, digital version of Blockbuster (RIP). Reality TV, long-forgotten “classics” and movies that never made it to theaters – these are the types of lackluster shows and movies you’ll find for free. But finding gems in the junk, like the original “Roseanne,” can give you a treasure-hunting rush. Unfortunately, websites and apps for many of the services have poor designs and search capabilities – not conducive to finding those gems. An outside search aid such as Roku, Reelgood, Decider and JustWatch can help scan multiple services to see which ones have the titles you want. Once you find something to watch, you’ll have to put up with commercials. You’ll get fewer ads compared with traditional TV channels. But online ad breaks … [Read more...] about Free video streaming offers some gems
PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc attends Viet Nam Business Forum 2018 (VBF) in Ha Noi on December 4, 2018 - Photo: VGP/Quang Hieu Speaking at the event, PM Phuc referred to Viet Nam’s economic growth of 7% in 2018, higher than other nations in the region and the highest figure recorded over the recent 10 years. Viet Nam now is the big factory of the world and a destination for trans-national corporations providing products and services in the region and the world such as Samsung, Intel, Canon, Fujitsu, Toyota, Honda, Nike and Vinacapital, he said. Referring the theme of the forum “Sharing opportunities in the world of changing trade”, Mr. Phuc supposed that trade flows should be taken advantages to achieve more targets in the upcoming time. Viet Nam now has around 20 export items worth more than US$1 billion, he said, adding that the country has inked and negotiated 16 free trade agreements, which have paved the way for its partnership with more … [Read more...] about PM asks for more efforts, coordination between business, Gov’t
Singaporean enterprises seek opportunities in Vietnam A Singaporean mission of nearly 20 firms will visit Vietnam from October 15 to 19 to sound out cooperation prospects. The trip is jointly held by the Vietnam Trade Office in Singapore, the Malaysia-Singapore Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Singapore Business Federation. According to the organizers, the Singaporean delegation includes representatives of large corporations, such as Sembcorp, which has developed seven Vietnam-Singapore industrial park projects in Vietnam, and NTUC, the retailer accounting for more than half of Singapore’s market share. Besides visits to corporations and industrial parks in Vietnam, there will be trade promotion meetings in HCMC and Can Tho City so that enterprises of the two countries can seek partners and export goods. Representatives of the South Agency of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the HCMC Department of Industry and Trade and the Vietnam Trade Office in Singapore will also … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF 18/10
Gary McDonald Business Editor 05 October, 2018 01:00 BUSINESSES and the public in Northern Ireland are to be given their say - and voice their concerns on how future global trading relationships are forged in the post-Brexit era.The Department for International Trade (DIT) hosted a round table event in Belfast to harvest business opinion on relationships with the USA, Australia, New Zealand and potential accession to the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), which were worth a combined £2.35 billion for the north's economy last year (or more than £1 in every £5 of the region's exported goods)It was the sixth of 12 consultation round-tables being held throughout the UK to seek views from interested parties as DIT attempts to deliver an approach that works for the whole of the UK.Securing free trade agreements with countries outside the EU will be crucial in fulfilling the new ambition set by the Government's Export Strategy to increase … [Read more...] about Businesses urged to have their say on future global trading after Brexit