Business under sanctions
Sanctions. Someone sees this phenomenon as extremely negative, but is it really that bad? Food sanctions, that is, a ban on the import of certain goods from abroad, have caused…

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Snow tubing business plan
1. PROJECT SUMMARY This business plan describes a project for opening a snow tubing route - a popular winter entertainment, which consists of riding a tub (in the people -…

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McDonalds Marketing Tricks
When the phrase “fast-food establishment” is pronounced, what comes first to your mind? Of course, McDonalds. This global network has flooded all major cities. Despite the fact that many people…

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Starbucks Success Secrets
Starbucks is undoubtedly the most popular coffee house in the world. This brand has gone from a small coffee shop to a worldwide network of institutions where everyone can enjoy…

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Business plan of the restaurant Chinese cuisine
1. PROJECT SUMMARY The goal of the project is to open a Chinese restaurant to implement a range of catering services in a city with a population of over 1…

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Pacific Course: New Alternative to Old Offshore

In 2017, the classic offshore companies that offer the possibility of full tax exemption (British Virgin Islands, Belize, Panama, Nevis, etc.) became unattractive for Russians because of the steady loss of what was once the benefits there: closed share registers, the possibility of using nominal values, complete lack of company reporting and convenient banking schemes. This year was marked by a surge of hyperactivity in FATF (The Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering), predicting the imminent end of the offshore industry. Recent events with the banks of Cyprus and the “Panama Papers” make this believe. In Latvia, US companies Navigant Consulting Inc, Promontory Ltd. and Exiger LLC conducted an “independent” bank audit, which led to the closure of Trasta Commerce Banka and confusion among the rest. The increasing pressure of FATF on banks has led to the fact that the usual Latvian banks have become inhospitable. Continue reading

Business in Slovenia

Slovenia – a country with one of the most advantageous locations in Central Europe, has access to the Adriatic Sea, and borders with countries such as Italy, Austria, Croatia and Hungary. Slovenia is a member of the European Union, the Schengen Agreement, and a member of NATO. Slovenia is a country with a steadily developing economy and a high level of security. Slovenia is in the top twenty countries according to Forbes magazine in the “best country to do business” category. Continue reading

Business in England

In England, you can start quickly making good money. Until the 1970s, small business in England was very poorly developed, since it was not considered prestigious. But then the state decided to introduce various programs to support small businesses and start-up businessmen. Naturally, after this, those wishing to open their small firm in this country have increased significantly. Small business began to grow rapidly, and now it brings the country 50% of GDP. Continue reading

Sam Walton's Business Rules
In any sphere of human life there are people whom I want to admire. To admire what will to win they have and how they can achieve their goals, no…

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Brands that have become nominal
If the brand name has become a household name, this phenomenon can have both positive sides for the company and negative ones. On the one hand, consumers are beginning to…

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Autumn business
Autumn is the time to start a business. Therefore, you will need 12 profitable autumn ideas: for any budget and with a detailed guide to the launch. Work has no…

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