Business and Offline Marketing Articles
Weather and business in India
- ...ocation is not just sensible-but essential. Climate should be a serious consideration when you plan your business trips to India; during the summer he...
Good opportunities for large companies
- ...ing to outsource company services, India offers considerable cost benefits together with a highly educated, English-speaking labor force. Increasingly...
Knowledge of local and state laws
- ..., customers in India have been protected by a demanding Consumer Protection Act. All goods must be fit for purpose, delivered on time, and exactly as ...
Banks meet international standards
- ...nally respected because of its transparency with respect to price information. The country also has well-developed and well-regulated equity, derivati...
Good areas for doing business
- ...arks, and SEZs were conceived to take pressure off city centers, whose infrastructures were crumbling under the pressure of India's phenomenal economi...
Russia as oil producer and exporter
- ...r expertise to the needs of the oil industry. After a tumultuous century of ups and downs, modern Russia is back again on the international scene as a...
Concept of security of energy supplies
- ...the countries concerned, as most of the solutions overlap. Indeed, the policies needed to improve the environment also partly improve the security of ...
Oil routes diversification
- ...45 per cent of Chinese imports while the remaining 55 per cent comes from Africa, the former Soviet Union and other developing countries. The addition...
Reducing energy poverty
- ... kerosene or biomass. The Indian government has recently started tackling the problem of providing improved electricity access to the entire country. ...
Remarkable evolution of energy company
- ...gets about a quarter of its gas from Gazprom. Besides the traditional gas business, the company has been actively acquiring assets in oil, petrochemic...
High rate of carbon dioxide emissions
- ...d thus has committed to stabilising its emissions at the 1990 level. Given the contraction of greenhouse gas emissions during the 1990s, Russia may be...
Rising oil and gas sales
- ...akes about 70 per cent of gas and 80 per cent of oil exports from Russia.39 The trade, however, is asymmetrical: Russia imports equipment, consumer go...
State support and government commitment
- ... article, the nature of the state varies widely from one country to another. It is very difficult to establish a classification of political systems b...
Huge flow of foreign direct investments
- ...ompeting: multinational companies, but also equipment suppliers, banks and various types of funds (from private equity to hedge funds and sovereign fu...
Vital resources for the world economy
- ... not automatically lead to economic development. Actually, many of these countries suffer from what the economists call the ‘resource curse' (mo...
Technology projects and firm resources
- ...) how much do you predict this will cost and (ii) how much did it actually cost. The effectiveness of this tool is directly proportional to the granul...
What is benchmarking value
- ...at are its metrics in terms of response speed? and so on. All these can be identified and measured.
I have to say...
Project underspends and overspends
- ...ntence, and the benchmarking model below uses budgeting as its template, planning skills are (i) a separate and just as important issue as budgeting a...
Latest "Driving licence" Articles
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Driving lessons and how to match the route to the client
This route should ideally be circular in an anti-clockwise direction to avoid the more difficult right-hand turns in busy traffic. Most, if not all, turns should be major to minor, with perhaps the majority of the route being bends. This excursion on to the main roads will encourage a slightly different and a more relaxed steering technique around bends, as opposed to the sharper corners found on estates. (...)
Have your driving school sign noticed by a wider audience
(...) If they start too early they may also become stale and bored.
On the other hand, if they start too late they may not experience all the tricky places, which could result in a failed test. The time spent in the test area should not be devoted just to doing ‘the test routes’. (...)
Getting your client ready for their driving lesson practical test
Dealing with pressure to book your client’s test
You will sometimes come under pressure from your client and their family to arrange a test date earlier than you regard to be sensible. Considering the cost of driving lessons we should not be too surprised about this, but it does make you wonder whether they have considered the possible consequences to their loved ones (and others) of them being awarded a driving licence before they are really ready. Further, taking a test too early may mean a failed test with another test fee and more driving lesson fees. (...)
Making test arrangements with the DSA Driving Standards Agency
Booking the test date
Give your client a selection of test dates that suit you both well in advance. Make sure they understand the days you do not work. Emphasise that they must quote your Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) number when booking their test. (...)
What to do when your driving licence test day approach
(...) You need to get them away from the sense of security they will have become used to during normal driving lessons. Deliberately change your role to that of a rather reticent individual who is marking their driving faults on a test sheet and, at the same time, giving them no technical help or moral support. Slightly change your tone of voice to make it a little less friendly, and be very formal when issuing instructions. (...)
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