What are the most successful ways to make any business profitable? Finding a niche? Maybe. Driving sales? Absolutely. But there is one aspect of running a business that can transform your entire balance sheet—efficiently planning the operations. Energy-efficiency models hold the potential to not only improve operations for higher productivity, but also help save millions for any business. There are multiple cases where businesses have saved millions of rupees by making smaller changes in their processes. And energy-efficiency technologies play a crucial role in driving this change. At a time where there is intense competition in every industry, and multiple start-ups are challenging the traditional models of running a business, turning to energy efficiency for cost savings while also managing your carbon footprint can have long-standing benefits. The pros of turning towards a more energy-efficient business model clearly outweighs the hurdles that may lie in the way. But … [Read more...] about This company saved Rs 13,42,920 with a simple energy-efficient switch!
2016 Audi TTS Score Details DT Recommended Product “Audi’s 2016 TTS is the embodiment of modern performance and luxury, at a price within reach.” Limitless grip, courtesy of Quattro Ultra-modern styling Remarkable agility Industry-leading technology Maneuvering in and out of the car can be a chore Rough ride with low-profile tires It’s easy to be impressed by the world of contemporary supercars. Kinetic energy recovery systems, computer-activated downforce mechanisms, designs as bold as Donald Trump’s comb-over, and literally thousands of horsepower. It’s hard to wrap the mind around what’s happening in the upper-echelons of automotive engineering. But as remarkable as supercar development has become, the reality is that the vast, vast majority of the consuming public will never even touch one of these mythical beasts, much less own and drive one. So is the middle-class man or woman … [Read more...] about 2016 Audi TTS review
At the beginning of September, Chinese president Xi Jinping incensed Donald Trump by imposing a flurry of new import duties on US goods, including semiconductor chips and mobile phones. It was a retaliation too far for the US president, especially when the stock market reaction was to send shares in America’s second most valuable company at the time, Apple, tumbling by almost 5%. For many observers it was just another skirmish in the tit-for-tat trade war that had rumbled on for 20 months. But in Washington it came as a shock, and was the driving force behind Trump’s premature announcement the following month of an interim deal – one that after much wrangling finally came to fruition, or at least appeared to, last week. Trump said his administration would cancel a new round of 15% tariffs on Chinese goods including toys, phones and clothing that was set to take effect this weekend. In tweets, he added that the White House would halve duties already in place on $120bn … [Read more...] about On trade wars China is playing a careful game, but it holds more cards than Trump
By Sharad AlweThe race for connectivity to 1.2 billion Indians has intensified in 2019. From international technology giants like Amazon and Google, to homegrown companies like PayTM and PhonePe, everyone is fighting for the India-2 or the‘Bharat’ consumer. Goods and services providers have clearly understood the necessity to communicate and market to consumers locally and regionally. “Hyperlocal” and “multi-lingual” have become buzzwords and form an intrinsic part of a brand manager’s brief to agencies. While there is a lot of noise on hyperlocal and multi-lingual now, the best brands in FMCG, auto, and retail have been driving their regional messaging through cable television for the past two decades. With connectivity to 160 Mn households pan-India, cable becomes an extremely efficient platform for regional outreach, so much so that even today’s technology companies are now taking advantage of the highly targeted local reach that cable … [Read more...] about Geo-targeting in ‘Bharat’ is the next big wave for TV in India
By Olayinka Ajayi Using his experience as a Board member of the defunct Oil Mineral Areas Development Commission, OMPADEC, Second Republic lawmaker, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, in this interview, dismisses agitations for new development commissions. He says existing commissions should be given timelines to realise their mandates after which they should be disbanded. Being a pioneer board member of defunct Oil Mineral Areas Development Commission, OMPADEC, how would you describe the moves for the creation of development commissions for the South east, North central, South west and North west? READ ALSO:Police yet to receive report against Christian centre in Edo(Opens in a new browser tab) There is no reason to create any commission. Even the Niger Delta Development Commission,NDDC, where I worked when it was OMPADEC is not working and will never work. The reason is that development, especially in areas like Niger-Delta or North east cannot be promoted by people whose only capacity is that … [Read more...] about Your claims are empty, Junaid attacks bills for N/West, N/Central, S/West, S/East Devt Commissions