Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI — Footballer Nguyễn Anh Đức and Miss Sport 2007 Trần Thị Quỳnh shared their secrets to business and start-up success in an online talk show held by Vietnamese online newspaper Cafef on Wednesday. Striker Anh Đức scored the crucial goal in the final of the AFF Suzuki Cup against Malaysia in December and is known as one of the wealthiest footballers in Việt Nam thanks to his business ventures. Đức started his business with a sporting equipment store about seven years ago and then invested in sports shoes and clothing production, before creating his own brand, Anh Duc Sport (AD Sport). He has expanded his business into hotels, real estate and agricultural produce, with pepper the main product. Anh Duc sport has stores across Việt Nam, with total monthly revenue of more than VNĐ1 billion (US$43,000). “Being a professional footballer who has the opportunity to use … [Read more...] about Footballer and model share start-up success stories
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Susan Tompor Detroit Free Press Published 12:01 AM EST Nov 9, 2018 Snagging a spot as one of the Detroit Free Press Top Workplaces typically starts with strong leadership. Business leaders strive to build a family-friendly environment; create a culture where problems get fixed, not kicked down the road, and nurture talent and ideas so that people actually are happy to show up for work. It's pretty hard to be a Top Workplace without thoughtful managers. Leadership, according top executives in the 2018 Detroit Free Press Top Workplaces, presented by the Better Business Bureau, means taking time to meet with employees on any topic, making sure that you lead by example, keeping up to date on management trends and making sure employees find their workplace rewarding. Three leaders are the recipients of the 2018 Detroit Free Press Top Workplaces Leadership Award. The top leaders in the large, midsize and small category … [Read more...] about Detroit Free Press Top Workplaces leaders share secrets to success
VietNamNet Bridge – Take a helping of technology, sprinkle with science, and add a heavy dose of dedicated work. These are the ingredients applied by farmer Thieu Van Hai to ensure a recipe for success. Thieu Van Hai inspects his field. Using modern methods his farm, and his profits, have grown considerably over the years.— Photo dantri.com.vn Hai lives in Truong Thang Village, Truong Long A Commune, Chau Thanh A District in the southern province of Hau Giang. Farming is in his genes. Both his parents farmed before him, and with a lot of siblings, times were hard. Since he was a small boy Hai had to work to help his family make enough money to raise his brothers and sisters. After his simple marriage to a teacher, he was given by his parents 1.5ha of land to start his own life. He built a home and created his own field to work. But he wasn’t satisfied with simply tending his land. Hai joined training courses and conferences organised by local … [Read more...] about Farmer reaches success thanks to applying technology
Simon Sinek had spoke at Virtuoso Travel Week in 2011, where he discussed his book "Start With Why." Virtuoso CEO Matthew D. Upchurch invited him back this year to learn more about the concepts discussed in his latest work, "The Infinite Game," which tries to answer the question: "How do you stay ahead in a game with no end?" Sinek began by explaining what an infinite game is, as opposed to a finite game, which has set players, rules and an ending (think baseball, football, chess). He explained an infinite game as something that continuously changes— the players, rules—and there is no ending (think marriage, therapy or running a business). When you combine the two—say, applying finite rules to an infinite game—it can result in you running out of resources or the will to continue pushing forward. Here's how you can apply his concepts to your agency, in order to create a more successful business but, more importantly, a more rewarding business—both for you … [Read more...] about The Infinite Game: How to Build a Better Business
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Janelle Nanos June 27, 2018 IT’S HAMBURGER FRIDAY at Chew, and Adam Melonas is pleased as punch. The Australian chef and founder of the lab sits at the edge of the communal lunchroom surrounded by his team, a mix of PhD food scientists and some of the country’s top chefs. Behind the swinging lab door is Melonas’s massive, state-of-the-art kitchen, complete with a huge orange custom Hestan range, centrifuges, freeze driers, dehydration machines, a cold room for temperature-controlled experiments, and stand mixers with bowls large enough that one’s arms can barely wrap around them. Inside, members of his team work in tandem, like pieces on a chessboard: Scientists in white lab coats and chefs in black aprons, conjuring up recipes for more healthful foods, beverages, and snacks. Because every person who walks into Chew has to sign a … [Read more...] about Can Adam Melonas cook up a food revolution from his secretive Fenway lab?