The Real Estate Industry In Australia And Owning Display Homes In Perth

Over the last few years, real estate agents have been very busy. The boom of the real estate industry has caused investments to appear everywhere. The residential property sector has excelled significantly in the last five years. The Australian real estate market remains to be strong despite facing economic challenges and turbulences. Display homes in Perth continue its streak of success despite the increase in housing prices. But as the prices stabilize, display homes in Perth, commercial lots and residential […]

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Business Looking Positive For An Embroidery Enthusiast

There’s a place in Chester-le-Street, Nettlesworth called Sew Café where stitchers can go and indulge in their love for thread and fabric. This place is for amateurs and professional stitchers alike. The owner of Sew Café is a 53 year old woman named Jean Westgarth. Jean loves the series called The Great British Sewing Bee because the abilities of the contenders involved are on different levels. The show also helps people who are passionate about sewing and its merits. Business […]

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SAT Tutor Anthony Green Makes $1000 For Every Hour Of Tutoring Elite Kids

Anthony Green is considered as the country’s best tutor. Unfortunately, his services don’t come cheap. Charging $1000 for every hour of a tutoring session, he will help students prepare for their SATs and ACTs. The 26-year old New York native along with his company, Test Prep Authority, has been known to cater some of the richest kids in the country. Through the student’s practice exam or the PSAT, Green will help raise their scores for about 430 points on the […]

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Modern Day Superwoman Is A Plumber, Surveyor And Hat Designer

Mel Corbett can be considered an expert at multitasking, working as a surveyor, designer and plumber. The 47-year old Worsthorne native first trained as a quantity surveyor but had experienced second thoughts. She says that wearing a suit, ironing blouses and brick counting is not the life for her. Since then she embarked on many ventures that would also lead her to the plumbing industry as well as the world of hat designing. At a young age, she was trained […]

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Cambridge Regional College Workshops Boost Apprenticeships For Painting And Decorating

It’s a good day for those who wish to embark on a career in painting and decorating as a college in Cambridge is now conducting standard workshops for those seeking apprenticeships. The Cambridge Regional College has opened up a painting workshop that has its own two-storey house this week. The head of construction at the college, John Malone, said that through the new department, their students and apprentices who wish to learn more about painting and decorating will be able […]

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PGGM As The New Admin Provider For Philips Scheme

Philips replaced Aon Hewitt and hired PGGM as their new pension provider. PGGM is the pension provider of many from painters and decorators to doctors. Philips, the electronic giant, current Dutch pension fund is at €17 billion and handled by Aon Hewitt, the provider of the company’s pension. This coming January of the year 2016, Aon Hewitt will be no longer handling the company’s pension and it will be transferred to PGGM. PGGM, the new provider of Philips, will not […]

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A Visit To Southampton’s Most Important Port

Hon George Osborne MP, the Chancellor of the Exchequer visited ABP’s Port located in Southampton, Hampshire in order to have a closer look at the harbor that has a very important role in securing UK’s economy. The Chancellor was welcomed by ABP Chief Executive, James Cooper along with ABP Director of Southampton, Nick Ridehalgh. Both officials guided the Chancellor in his tour on the port. EU Port Regulations The three officials discussed among themselves the European Port Services Regulation that […]

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Leeds Receives 17.5 Million Pounds For Skills Service

Leeds, West Yorkshire – The government’s Employer Ownership Pilot funded a 17.5 million pound project for skills service training for the local businesses in Leeds. This was made possible through the efforts of Leeds city Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP). The main goal for the fundraising in the region is to give monetary amount to small and medium sized enterprises (SME) in the LEP’s main business sectors. The fund raised will help them grow and operate their business by finding the […]

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What Statistics Say About Marketing Your Business Online

The world market is a competitive ground for entrepreneurs and the marketing strategy employed by a certain business group will make or break its future success. With the advent of high end technologies like the computer and the internet, people in the business world take advantage of these platforms to improve the profitability of their company. What do worldwide statistics have to say regarding the power of online presence? Statistics of Search Engine Optimization According to survey, about 61% of […]

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PSFK Report Says That Retailers Need To Reinvent Physical Stores

London, U.K. — With the continuous rise of online sales, physical stores must step up on their game and undergo reinvention so that they could better suit the needs and the behaviors of today’s advanced consumers. With almost everything now available online, some had begun to question the relevance of physical stores with modern society. In fact, Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Marc Andreessen, went even as far as to say that retailers are going go out of business and that eCommerce […]

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