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11th January 2012

Technology Provides A Video Conferencing System To Help With Conference Calls

Why Phone Conferencing Is Practical One of the most important parts of running a business, whether it be big or small, would be to ensure that everybody is on the same page. The best way to make certain everyone is on the same page is, well, speaking w...

16th July 2011

Great Kitchen Organizers for Busy Cooks

The kitchen is often described as the heart of the home. It is where families gather for meals and to discuss the events of the day.† The kitchen is also where homeowners do most of their socializing and entertaining. It is no wonder it has been expanding...

20th June 2011

Safe Sunless Tanning Systems

Sure, it can be stress-free lying in the sun at the beach, but the implications (skin cancer, searching like a leather purse when you are sixty) are certainly not worth it. There are lotions which you can use for self tanning, but these are inclined to be...

19th May 2011

Avoid Fake Mobile Phones

When you splash out on a new mobile phone you need to ensure that you are buying the real thing as copies and fakes simply will not last! Phones and other mobile devices should only ever be bought if they have been made by genuine companies such as Vodafo...

04th April 2011

Sometimes Parents should ignore kids in our busy life

Parents today are exhausted. Between keeping house, working jobs, carting kids to appointments and activities, paying bills, feeding, clothing and bathing (the parents as well as the kids!), there is barely enough time in a day to get it all done. It ce...

09th February 2011

Communication Technique: Stay in the Green if You Know What I Mean!

Copyright (c) 2011 Matthew Linklater Have you ever engaged in sales communication, where the conversation simply did not go your way? You gave all the details that your prospective buyer would have needed. You offered specific examples of your product'...

30th November 2010

Keeping it Green

Most schools and businesses have certain policies in place to help minimise their impact on the environment. However, if you're interested in going that extra mile to help the environment then watch this space! How much paper do you personally use per ...

08th November 2010

Fully inclusive exhibition suppliers

Thereís a lot more to setting up an effective presence at a conference or an exhibition than just turning up, putting some pamphlets on the table and watching the customers roll by. If something is worth doing, itís worth doing well, and that holds just a...

09th September 2010

How to choose the best interpretation system

In the globalised world of electronics and Information Technology, we can find millions of Interpretation systems with wide range of prices. Finding the best match for our requirement is quite easy by following few guidelines. Interpretation Systems a...

12th August 2010

Decorate Your Locker With Magnetic Locker Wallpaper - Eliminate End of the School Year Grief

One of the simplest and easy to use accessories you will find for your school locker is magnetic locker wallpaper. It is gives a nice finishing touch or can be just as nice being used as a standalone locker decoration. Although most of the designs and pat...

06th August 2010

Tax Planning of the Year

By yash in Taxes
Tax is a word or must say a phenomenon which at one time or other has given shock wave to all. However, a proper planning of the same can land you in a rich soup of esteemed self financial satisfaction. As we all know, we have to give tax to governm...

05th January 2010

Fundraising During A Struggling Economy - Choose The Right Fundraising Idea

The economy is struggling, but your fundraiser doesn't have to. By choosing a fundraising idea that doesn't require a lot of labor, overhead or time, you can conduct a successful fundraiser even during a recession. The trick is to find something that ever...

01st December 2009

Raise Money For Your Cause Or Charity With A Personalized Family Cookbook

Have you eaten lately? Most likely, you have. If you dined at home, what did you eat? Was it a dish that you prepared, or was it a frozen dinner from the Schwan man? Assuming it was something made in your own kitchen, you probably had a recipe…whe...

17th June 2009

How To Engage Employees With Technology Based Change

When you think about the millions of dollars organizations spend each year on IT programs of work, wouldn't it be prudent knowing that employees actually understand and most importantly embrace the reason behind the changes? There is one way of ensuring ...

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