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Case Study: China, The Promised Land for foreign companies


It is now impossible to combine the future without China that is the world most populated country. Indeed, China is a huge market: “by 2020, China’s e-commerce market is forecasted to be larger than those of the US, UK, Japan, Germany and France combined” (KPMG, 2014). 373 more words

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Case Study - BFSI: Unimaginable Efficiency Gains using Microsoft Office

Here is a real case study with astounding improvement in efficiency.

Achieved just by using MS Office more effectively. No code.
No Macros.

Estimated reading time… 930 more words


Networking: A Dallas Love Story

Being a part of a pre-professional organization is something that has become very important to my education, and hopefully will continue to be so as I start my career.  628 more words

UNTJ4460- PR Communication

Meet me at LegalTech?

I’ll be browsing the exhibits at the ALM LegalTech conference in New York next week, if you care to meet up.

I’ve been around the Legal Technology market for quite a while, taking on writing projects for the attorney, corporate counsel and legal technologist audiences. 216 more words

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Enhancing stock objectives

Stock objectives are the default go-to choice in prototyping an optical concept – for everyone. Meaning, what you can do with stock optics, you can be sure your competitors can also do it, and just as easily as you can. 225 more words

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Ecommerce Success, The Party People, Tell Us What Not To Do in Online Commerce

Dominating their market, The Party People has Australia’s largest range of party supplies, balloons and costumes while keeping their customers very satisfied. A family owned operation, Dean Salakas quickly realised in 1998 that their traditional brick & mortar needed to keep up with the times by opening an online store as well. 951 more words

PeSA Australia Updates

#tbt Case Study: Converse

For today’s post, I’m throwing it back to my Junior year at Florida Gulf Coast University. During this Fall Semester, I was finally able to begin my Marketing courses starting with Intro to Marketing. 99 more words