The Gig Economy: Opportunities and Challenges for US Workers

The gig economy, characterized by short-term and flexible work arrangements, has seen a significant rise in recent years. This phenomenon has transformed the labor market, offering both opportunities and challenges for US workers. In this article, we will delve into the gig economy, examining its growth, its impact on the workforce, and the associated opportunities and challenges, supported by relevant statistics, facts, and figures. The … Continue reading The Gig Economy: Opportunities and Challenges for US Workers

The New Face Of Africa

Africa as a continent has been witnessing a dawn of a technology revolution. The rapid change is soon going to affect the entire region as a whole – lives, jobs, economy, relationships, industries and even politics. According to the world leaders, the continent is seeing “a transformation unlike anything humankind has experienced before”. The Fourth Industrial Revolution and how it is going to affect Africa, … Continue reading The New Face Of Africa

Poland – The Land of Business Oppertunity

Poland is a country with a strong cultural and economic background that has benefited with the post-communist economic liberalization. The political freedom seen in past few years has let the country in becoming the 22nd largest globally by GDP. With much of Europe still struggling to recuperate from the impact of the 2008 financial crisis, Poland stands out as a territory of economic success, a … Continue reading Poland – The Land of Business Oppertunity

Working towards a global business model

In the age of globalization it is becoming important every day to describe the rational of your organization and its objective. Defining a clear cut business model is the first step towards drafting a business strategy. The global marketplace is changing and so it’s essential for us to analyze our business models and change it according to the market trend. Rapid technological changes, a dynamic … Continue reading Working towards a global business model

Washington, D.C. – Small Business study 2013

According to a new survey, small businesses in the United States are expecting a more proactive and practical approach from the government. They are looking for measures that could help them grown and become more secure. According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Small business owners sent the U.S. government a clear message: Only 11 % said they would appreciate the government lending them a … Continue reading Washington, D.C. – Small Business study 2013

Amancio Ortega – The private man

A railway worker’s son, Amancio Ortega started as an assistant in a shirt store. A true story of rags-to-rich: Ortega left school when he was 12 to work as a shirt-maker’s delivery boy, to help support his poor family. He learnt quickly and worked his way up. He worked hard and learnt the basics of business overtime and eventually found success along with his first … Continue reading Amancio Ortega – The private man

Top countries to start a small business in 2013

Starting and registering a new business is never easy. As a business owner you should have an open mind while analyzing all options, plan long term and always have the flexibility to incorporate in countries that more openly embrace capitalism and new business development. The World Bank Doing business report shows changing trends in the global business environment for over 170 different economies. Between the … Continue reading Top countries to start a small business in 2013

Gardner’s Pursuit of “Happyness”

Christopher Paul Gardner is an American entrepreneur, investor, stockbroker, motivational speaker, author, and philanthropist who, during the early 1980s, struggled with homelessness while raising his toddler son, Christopher, Jr. Gardner’s personal struggle of establishing himself as a stockbroker while managing fatherhood and homelessness is portrayed in the 2006 motion picture The Pursuit of Happyness, directed by Gabriele Muccino, starring Will Smith. The unusual spelling of … Continue reading Gardner’s Pursuit of “Happyness”

The war against Economic inequality – Occupy Wall Street

Economic inequality has been growing steadily for three decades. According to the most definitive data, assembled by economists Emmanuel Saez and Thomas Piketty, the top 1 percent received 10 percent of all U.S. income in 1979. By 2007, just before the Great Recession, that share had risen to 23 percent. What most Americans don’t know, however, is that before the late 1970s, inequality had been … Continue reading The war against Economic inequality – Occupy Wall Street