Infographics

The Life and Death (and Life) of the U.S. Auto Industry 1 Post thumbnail

“Since the late 1800’s, the automobile has been an American staple in households.  From its debut with Henry Ford’s Model A, to next year’s Corvette-cars have always captured America’s attention.  But it’s not always been smooth seas for American automobile manufacturers.  Bizbrain.org has created a very informal infographic about the history of the automobile, entitled, “The Life,…

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Luxury Holiday Planner - Sovereign [infographic] Luxury Holiday Planner - Sovereign [infographic]

Picking a place to go on holiday is sometimes a stressful experience because there are so many amazing destinations to choose from. By cross referencing key events with ideal world weather this infographic makes it easy to decide the best place to go for a luxury summer holiday.   Infographic Resource: https://www.sovereign.com/

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Electronic Signatures- Entering the Digital World 4 Post thumbnail

Morse code and telegraph was used 100 years ago by the people in order to electronically accept the contracts.  On 30th of June, 12 years ago, the ESIGN act was signed by Bill Clinton in order to make the e-signatures legal. There are various benefits of e-signatures not only for big businesses but also for…

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Canadian Women in Business Canadian Women in Business

From startups seeking investments to flourishing small businesses, the landscape of business is changing while industries and population segments expand. Female business owners are at the forefront of the expansion in Canada. In fact, one out of three Canadian entrepreneurs is a woman. What are some of the traits women have that translate into successful…

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College Daze: A Snapshot of the Class of 2013 College Daze: A Snapshot of the Class of 2013

Ever since the global economy plunged into dark depths in that fateful year of 2008-09, graduation time for college students has been one of extreme uncertainty. To get that dream job with a fantastic pay package is not the smooth ride it used to be. According to the Economic Policy Institute, college grads face uncertain…

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Top 4 Digital Marketing Trends for 2013 Top 4 Digital Marketing Trends for 2013

If you are looking for ways to promote your business, chances are you’re looking at expanding your turf to the World Wide Web. But what are the mediums that are totally useful to your marketing strategy? Shown in this infographic are some of the trends for digital marketing that marketers are looking forward to utilize…

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How the Obama Administration is Hiding Military Records 6 Post thumbnail

When asked to describe the geographical limits of the administration’s drone strike conduct, John Bernann, director of the CIA, answered that ”we do not view our authority to use military force against al-Qaida and associated forces as being limited to ‘hot’ battlefields like Afghanistan.” It seems there are more questions than answers regarding the United…

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New York City’s 20 Most InDemand Employers 9 Post thumbnail

Linkedin’s rankings just got more interesting. Last year, They shared the world’s Most InDemand Employers, along with sub-lists for specific countries and functions. Now Linkedin is taking their own insights down to the city level and on 18th April 2013 at Connect in New York, they announced the Big Apple’s rankings. So where do New…

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To create an online course that engages and informs, you must remember that there are 3 important parts to a course.  First comes the Introduction – where you introduce yourself and set the tone for the course. The second is the Instruction – here you present course overview and lay down detailed objectives and tasks to learners. Last but…

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