Real estate sector’s recovery only a matter of time, says CLSA

Real estate sector’s recovery only a matter of time, says CLSA

CLSA is positive on real estate and has seen encouraging signs of recovery in the coming days, Mahesh Nandurkar, India Strategist at CLSA, said in an interview with CNBC-TV18 He added that the real estate sector turnaround is only a...
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Personalized Information Makes The Wine Marketing Focus Group A Thing Of The Past

Personalized Information Makes The Wine Marketing Focus Group A Thing Of The Past

An age-old marketing need is to identify a consumer base, its preferences, and the strength of a product’s message and presentation. In the past, the focus group was a most widely used method, which may or may not have been...
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Comcast Violates A Key Marketing Principle: Never Give Your Customers A Reason To Switch

Comcast Violates A Key Marketing Principle: Never Give Your Customers A Reason To Switch

When I started my career, the business objective was clear—to identify and create real, meaningful, and sustainable value for customers. Within a few years, I distinctly remember a meeting where the head of the division said: “Never give your consumers...
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How To Solve All Your Small Business Problems From A Know-It-All

How To Solve All Your Small Business Problems From A Know-It-All

Steve Wasterval, Worstofall Design STEVE WASTERVAL, WORSTOFALL DESIGN You need more clients. You need to raise your prices. You need to market on social media. You need a passive income product. You need Facebook ads! No, no, no. If you’re struggling...
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House Democrats are considering a bill to ban Facebook from the finance industry

House Democrats are considering a bill to ban Facebook from the finance industry

Democrats in Congress are considering a new bill that would stop Facebook’s cryptocurrency plans in its tracks. Dubbed the Keep Big Tech Out of Finance Act, the new bill would explicitly ban large platform companies from performing banking functions. The bi...
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As realty bites, builders want you to own a ready home and pay later

As realty bites, builders want you to own a ready home and pay later

Builders are offering customers a “buy now, pay later” scheme for ready-to-move-in homes—buyers can move in with a small down payment and pay EMIs after a year or two—as property developers take “desperate” measures to liquidate their bul...
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