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French Eco-Businesses Gain Momentum

Today, most, if not all businesses understand the importance of climate change. Our ever-increasing consumption of natural resources is widely accepted to be unsustainable, and businesses are having to adapt in order to meet changing customer demands and new governmental policy. In the past year alone, sales of consumer goods from brands with a demonstrated […]

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Startups Are Looking Overseas From The Outset

The motivations for starting a business are understandably diverse and complex. In a recent report by the Department for Business Innovation & Skills, over 1,000 global entrepreneurs were interviewed and listed their primary motivations for creating a company. These included: Autonomy & better work: Freedom, flexibility, and better work opportunities. Challenge & opportunity: Personal challenge, […]

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Dishonest Job Candidates: 3 Steps for Weeding them Out

Everybody writes their resumes in ways that enhance their best qualities and obscures their weaknesses. In the same vein, people answer interview questions in the most self-flattering way possible. This behavior is perfectly acceptable and should be expected from recruiters and business managers. The problem comes when interviewees tell out and out falsehoods about their […]

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