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To help get you in that holiday spirit, we’ve compiled the following Tweak Your Biz top 10 list which includes […]
India’s infrastructure will remain one of the keys to success. Transportation and telecommunications, especially, are among two of the highest priority. Without these, it is difficult for India’s economy to grow jobs, especially in the technology and manufacturing industries. Technology and call centers are two sectors which have fueled India’s explosion of growth, while manufacturing has slumped in recent years. India’s service sector, on the other hand, has been the second fastest growing service sector in the world.
Tweak Your Biz has become an international super blog and business community. Over 100,000 businesses now visit every month and well over 500 contributors have written business articles for us. Earlier this year we celebrated our fourth year of growing the blog and community.
If you want to start a divisive argument in a room full of business leaders, just mention outsourcing. Many leaders lament the rise of outsourcing while others’ businesses thrive on it, but the practice has existed for a long time.
Next Sunday is Saint Patrick’s Day, the day when we celebrate all things Irish. Up to 80 million people globally claim to […]
The team at Tweak Your Biz would like to wish our East Asian readers a Happy Chinese Lunar New Year. With a global readership we probably have 10’s of 1,000’s worldwide celebrating the beginning of the Year of the Snake.
I offer my basic interpretation & spell out the 13 gems of strategic thinking in Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War”, demystifying The Art of War for Businesses
A proper understanding of the Singapore business culture can assist those who intend doing business in Singapore, making it a simple and rewarding experience.
A quarter of a billion dollars was raised for Ireland during Kingsley Aikins’ twenty one years with the Worldwide Ireland Funds.