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Facilities Needed in Preparing for a Business Conference

Posted on October 12, 2020 by Ron Reginal
To help you in your try to conduct your very best business conference ever, this is a rundown of the facilities you need to start querying your conference facilitator or conference planner about.Visual PresenterThis may be the modern version of the overhead projector popular in presenting various data to the business enterprise conference attendees...

Anticipating Future Risks in the New World

Posted on January 29, 2020 by Ron Reginal
Technology is taking us to the future at a speed that's faster than we previously imagined possible.Our ability to conjure a picture of what the world may seem like five to ten years down the track is improving, due to new strategic planning concepts and tools.However, it's our willingness to think about emerging, new classes of risk that's still a stumbling block for many small business planners...

Reasons to Incorporate a Company Offshore

Posted on June 15, 2019 by Ron Reginal
When it comes to the term 'offshore' used in combination with company incorporation, the term 'offshore' generally refers to any jurisdiction aside from one in which the company incorporated may conduct the majority of its activities.Generally such a jurisdiction has some degree of taxation or reporting benefit attached which makes it attractive to the company owner, and the idea of incorporating a company offshore will bring a minumum of one of the following five benefits to some business owner: -Ease of FunctionsDepending on the jurisdiction and the type of company activity to be conducted under the firm name to be incorporated, the working restrictions, auditing and accounting specifications and standards to which the business and it is employees and directors must conform are often far less restrictive offshore compared to onshore...

Guidelines to Help You Choose the Right Bank for You

Posted on May 6, 2019 by Ron Reginal
More often than not, we make choices impulsively, without dwelling on an excessive amount of thought about what we want and without taking into consideration other options, guidelines and criteria in order to base our decisions with.We are able to always get away with this on little decisions such as deciding on the taste of Starbucks coffee we want; regardless of whether this is decaf or not; medium or even large; with cream or with no and many other trivial options...