How to do a SWOT analysis
SWOT analysis is a very important tool for opening, planning and running a business, respectively, and the question “how to do SWOT analysis” is of particular importance in the life…

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Car rental as a business idea
Many of us have long been planning to open our own business and work only for ourselves. However, among many business ideas, people are lost, afraid to invest their hard-earned…

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Common Small Business Mistakes
A couple of days ago, I began to think, and what are most often mistaken? I mean us - small entrepreneurs. What are our most common mistakes? I thought, honestly,…

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circumstances

Force Majeure Recognition Procedure

If, among the possible list of force majeure, the contract indicates “extraordinary circumstances”, “epidemics”, “actions of authorities”, “acts of authorities”, etc., this should be sufficient to initiate the procedure for recognizing coronavirus as force majeure and apply its consequences.

Schematically, the procedure may look like this:

1. A party for which it has become impossible to fulfill its obligations under the indicated circumstances shall be obliged to notify the other party of the occurrence of force majeure within the time limit and in the manner specified in the contract. Continue reading

“We fix everything said in writing”
CEO of PG Brand Reforming Company - We made the decision to switch to temporary remote work together with Vitaliy Yatskevich, who runs our Polish office. We in Minsk are…

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WHY LOUIS VUITTON BURNS HAND HANDBAG BAGS?
Louis Vuitton Handbags: If you don’t have a Louis Vuitton handbags, it means that you did not qualify as a rich lady in this life. A bag of this world…

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CALL CENTER - THE BEST SOLUTION FOR ACTING DIRECT MARKETING
Call center. Modern companies today have a hard time. This is due to great competition in the market and an active struggle for each client. Only those organizations that use…

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Kennedy marketing or tough business management
Greetings, dear businessmen! Today is a little unusual post. You know, I read a lot of books on business, and Dan Kennedy’s book “Tight Management” made the biggest impression on…

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