22.06.2017 - Latoya (http://cellasene.pl)
Most people shy away from marketing. They look at marketing as sales. Even if your product is the best around, it can be hard to sell it to a stranger. People will often think, Im not a sales type. I dont have the personality to do that. Sales arent just for aggressive personalities. Anyone can make marketing work for them if they create a marketing plan blueprint. Believe it or not, marketing should be fun. A marketing blueprint, or repeatable system, will work for any client that is interested in your services.

This means many things. It means you will begin to grow confident in your marketing plan and ability as your comfort level grows. A repeatable blueprint will also save you time in the long run. Just take the time to create a marketing system that works then let the plan do the heavy lifting. You trust the plan because you know it works. When you use a blueprint marketing system the results will become clear. After awhile you will be able to judge the results in advance.

You will understand how the plan produces. That knowledge will give you confidence in your income potential. From past success it will become clear that presenting the marketing plan to a certain number of potential clients will net you x number of new clients. Each time the plan works, your confidence will grow. Now marketing is fun. Isnt it? The old saying that time is money is a truism.

14.06.2017 - Rusty (https://giphy.com/channel/Latrina96/)
Nov 16 (Reuters) - U.S. airfares are expected to fall in 2017 amid overcapacity and stiff competition between budget carriers and legacy airlines, according to an American Express report on the travel industry. Short-haul economy fares are expected to drop 3 percent, while long-haul business class fares may see a 1.5 percent decline in the United States, the American Express Global Business Travel report said.

However, higher ancillary fees will help offset lower fares in North America as airlines continue to look for new revenue sources, the report added. For months, lower fuel costs have allowed airlines to add flights that would have been unprofitable when oil prices were high. With seats for sale growing faster than the pool of passengers to buy them, fares for U.S. flights have fallen. In particular, budget carriers such as Spirit Airlines Co have added cheap service at the hubs of larger rivals and are now adding routes from medium-sized airports.

Top carriers American Airlines Group Inc and United Continental Holdings Inc plan to fight back by marketing cheap but higher-restriction fares, which partially explains why 2017 may see more price drops. Airfares in Europe and much of Asia Pacific are expected to stay flat, with slight increases depending on route and fare class in the APAC region. In Europe, fares would continue to be impacted by weak economy and security concerns. U.S.

hotel rates are estimated to increase 3.6 percent next year. Hotel rates in Europe are expected to rise marginally, while they could vary in the APAC region as strong demand in China and India could be hurt by a rise in inventory, according to the report.

24.05.2017 - Kristie (http://accord-children.org/index.php?option=com_kunena&view=topic&catid=9&id=144406&Itemid=158)
By Laura Benitez and Gus Trompiz LONDON, Nov 14 (IFR) - Commodity giant Louis Dreyfus Company is expected to test investor appetite for riskier credits this week against a torrid market backdrop, courtesy of the brutal sell-off in government bonds that has followed Donald Trump's US election win. The European bond market has been shaken in recent days, with the 10-year German Bund yield rising to its highest level since January, and participants expect execution to be more challenged.

The delicate backdrop could make things tricky for the unrated company, which concluded investor meetings last week ahead of a potential bond deal. "The company is struggling with operating profits, their leverage is deteriorating, and there's no indication that things will get better in the near term," one investor who attended the London leg of the meetings last week said. Investor feedback for an expected 300m five-year trade is in range of mid to high 4%, for timing as soon as this week.

"It would have to have a 5% handle on it for us to be interested. The credit is an acquired taste, it's off-index and tricky and it's more like high-yield than investment-grade," the investor said. Louis Dreyfus's 4% December 2020 bond was bid at 401bp over mid-swaps on Monday morning, according to Tradeweb.

24.05.2017 - Marco (http://10.alschool.kz/index.php?subaction=userinfo&user=alanuf)
By John Miller ZURICH, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Signals from Swiss drugmaker Novartis that it could unload its struggling Alcon eyecare business is the latest step in dismantling former leader Dan Vasella's vision of building a European healthcare giant. The transformation, however, is not proving to be easy. Chairman Joerg Reinhardt said at the weekend that Alcon's woes have intensified soul-searching over the unit's future. "All options are open in the future," Chairman Joerg Reinhardt said in an interview in Swiss weekly SonntagsZeitung.

"In the long run, the question arises as to whether we are the best owner for Alcon." Vasella's $52 billion takeover of Alcon from Swiss foodmaker Nestle was completed in 2010 as part of his empire-bulding. Since he departed in 2013, Novartis has reversed course, focusing on its prescription drugs business, including an emphasis on cancer medicines and its Sandoz generics unit. "Novartis under Vasella was going to be the Johnson & Johnson of Europe," said Stefan Schneider, a Bank Vontobel analyst in Zurich.

"Since Vasella has gone, they've started transforming the business." Alcon's uncertain future contrasts with the buoyant mood when Novartis upped its stake. At the time, Vasella lauded it for core operating profit margins of about 35 percent, better than for drugs. Today, Alcon's sales are shrinking and it posted an operating loss in the first nine months 2016. A Novartis spokesman on Monday declined to comment further on Alcon's future but said Chief Executive Joe Jimenez had told analysts last month that its position in the company "remains to be seen".

20.04.2017 - Jami (http://laserdocieciametalu.centr.pl/)
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In this Monday, April 10, 2017 photo, a few labourers work on the road construction site in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. A new study has found that South Asian migrants working in the multi-billion dollar construction industry in Arab Gulf countries are shouldering the costs of their own recruitment fees while companies and their clients are reaping the benefits from inexpensive labor. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili) Segall and his co-author Sarah Labowitz say construction firms and their Gulf-based clients can help "end the cycle of abuse" by paying for the recruitment costs of construction workers who are needed to build the region's skyscrapers, stadiums, hotels, theme parks and sprawling malls.

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