How Big Data is Changing Businesses

Any company looking to the future must start focusing on big data. It has changed the business operations of many companies across the globe, and it shows no signs of stopping anytime soon. So, whether you run a large or small organization, it is worth looking at the diverse ways big data can transform your business. Improved Business Intelligence If you want to become a successful businesswoman, you can use big data to analyze your operations. Business intelligence is now providing … [Read more...]

Silver Door Homecare™, serving the GTA

Silver Door Homecare™ is a Canadian-owned Certified Age-Friendly Business® providing premium home health care services in the Greater Toronto Area. With an emphasis on personalized service, Silver Door provides high-quality home care support tailored to the specific needs of its clientele. We are extremely proud to be a top provider of premium health care services. Why become a Silver Door member? Because you will enjoy unique benefits not offered by other home care services. Our members are … [Read more...]

Reasons To Make Your Business Official

Let Your Female-Run Business Roar It can be difficult to conduct a business that’s privately owned, especially if you’re a woman. Oftentimes the business community will refrain from properly respecting your operation for one reason or another, so if you want to ensure you get the exposure you deserve, it is imperative that you dot your “i’s” and cross your “t’s”. Additionally, you want your business to be as visible as possible. The greater the visibility on the internet, the more … [Read more...]

How to find quality care for our elderly loved ones

Image: Marlo Sollito With people living longer and our lives becoming busier, it’s hard to give the elderly women who raised us, such as our mothers and grandmothers, the care that they deserve. Finding someone to be there when we cannot is a minefield, and it’s hard to know what to look for when looking for quality in-home care. Therefore, it’s important to keep these four crucial factors in the front of your mind during your search. Companionship 43% of seniors reportedly said they … [Read more...]

Solemn Remembrance: Begum of Awadh, Woman of Action, APRIL 7

Hello LUCKNOWites, People of Awadh are cordially invited to be a part of a social event gathering in commemoration of Begum Hazrat Mahal, the Begum of Avadh on her 138th death anniversary at Begum Hazrat Mahal park, Lucknow on 7th April, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. Your presence is solicited to pay a collective homage to a Begum, who led from the front at India's uprising, the revolt of 1857 and refused to surrender to the Britishers.Her life and contribution in the freedom movement of India, her … [Read more...]

World Peace Day Celebration 2017: Tickets – SEPT 17

A Celebration of Women™ presents ...   TICKETS include Day "In & Out" Pass, Gourmet Buffet Lunch, Film, Speakers & Exhibitions   NO FEE OPTION Etransfer $60 to: acelebrationofwomen@hotmail.com using Security Code - ticket2017wpd     VENUE SPONSOR - Banquet Style in 2017       SPECIAL KEYNOTE: Salma Zahid, MP   Team Celebration is elated to announce that Salma Zahid, MP will be celebrating World Peace Day 2017 with … [Read more...]

Creating the Perfect Office Space for a Hard Working Woman

Whether you work from home full time, or just bring work home from the office occasionally, it’s a good idea to have a separate office space. Having your own office area makes it easy to leave work behind at the end of the day. It’s also a fantastic way to make sure you stay organized and motivated. Letting your office reflect your personality with some cool feminine touches can help you feel comfortable and relaxed, as well as confident and successful. Here are some great tips to help make sure … [Read more...]

The Bushido Code: The Eight Virtues of the Samurai

The unwritten Samurai code of conduct, known as Bushido, held that the true warrior must hold that loyalty, courage, veracity, compassion, and honor as important, above all else. An appreciation and respect of life was also imperative, as it added balance to the warrior character of the Samurai. Though some scholars have criticized Nitobe’s work as romanticized yearning for a non-existent age of chivalry, there’s no question that his work builds on extraordinary thousand-year-old precepts of … [Read more...]

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF HAPPINESS, MARCH 20

This campaign is a global celebration to mark the United Nations International Day of Happiness. It is coordinated by Action for Happiness, a non-profit movement of people from 160 countries, supported by a partnership of like-minded organizations. A profound shift in attitudes is underway all over the world. People are now recognising that 'progress' should be about increasing human happiness and wellbeing, not just growing the economy. March 20 has been established as the annual … [Read more...]

You Are Only One Click Away from Studying Abroad

It was not that long ago that when a student decided he or she wanted to study abroad, there was a lot of preparation that needed to be completed before the student could depart on their overseas educational journey. However, with the availability of online programs like the Norwich University masters degree in history, you can now go across the border and attend university with one click of your mouse, taking classes when they are the most convenient for you and at an affordable cost in the … [Read more...]

How Political Management Differs from Political Science Degrees

Have you been thinking a career in politics may be the right choice for you? If so, did you know there are a few different paths you can take? Did you know that your online degree in political science through The George Washington University can open separate doors than that of a political management courses? Let’s take a closer look at who the two differ. Building upon the Knowledge You’ve Learned Perhaps you’re in the middle of your online masters in political science, or maybe you’ve … [Read more...]

The International Day of Forests, March 21

Until the advent of fossil fuels, for thousands of years, wood was the primary source of energy for human populations. Today, over 2 billion people worldwide, in rural and urban areas, still rely on wood for their primary energy needs. Wood constitutes the primary source of energy for cooking and heating in many developing countries, where nearly 90 per cent of fuelwood and charcoal is consumed. Regions with the greatest incidence of poverty, most notably Sub-Saharan Africa and low income … [Read more...]

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