How This Founder Turned Her Love For Travel Into A Profitable Business

How This Founder Turned Her Love For Travel Into A Profitable Business

If you’ve planned a vacation, you know that it can be time-consuming to search for the best things to see and do during your stay. Melissa Biggs Bradley, the founder of Indagare, created the solution she wanted for herself. Indagare is a members-only travel agency for luxury travelers — with customized itineraries and unlocked access to destinations, activities and upgrades. “In 2007, I launched Indagare as a member-based travel site with curated content and community reviews and as soon as we went live, our members began asking us to plan their trips,”…

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12 Public Facebook Groups You Should Join for Great Business Insights

12 Public Facebook Groups You Should Join for Great Business Insights

With more than 2.2 billion active members, Facebook remains one of the most widely used social media platforms out there. As an entrepreneur, this site provides value beyond a social media marketing channel for your business — you can (and should) join one of the thousands of public groups geared toward users who want management and industry insights.We asked Young Entrepreneur Council about their favorite business-oriented Facebook groups: “What public-facing Facebook group is the best for advice on managing and industry insights?” Public Facebook Groups for Business Advice Here’s what YEC community members had to say: 1. Digital…

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The New YouTube Studio Offers More Insight for Your Small Business Channel

The New YouTube Studio Offers More Insight for Your Small Business Channel

The new YouTube Studio is finally here. YouTube Studio is Out of Beta YouTube Studio features a new dashboard and three new metrics to help you gauge the popularity of your videos uploaded to the site. The tools help you manage your videos and all the other activity on your channels. These updates were launched in beta a little while ago. YouTube says hundreds of thousands of users experienced the beta version of the new tools. Now the company says all creators on the site should have full access to this update…

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10 Pro Tips for Building an Ecommerce Business with Fulfillment by Amazon

10 Pro Tips for Building an Ecommerce Business with Fulfillment by Amazon

Amazon has made a name for itself as one of the biggest and most trusted brands in ecommerce. But small businesses don’t necessarily need to view Amazon as a major competitor. You could instead make the company into a partner. Most ecommerce sellers already know that you can list and sell your own products on the platform. But you can actually rely on Amazon to handle the shipping and logistics part of your business as well — through the Fulfillment by Amazonprogram. Theo Prodromitis is the owner of the Spa Destinations shop on…

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Microsoft Pix can add business card info to your contacts

Microsoft Pix can add business card info to your contacts

Microsoft Microsoft’s AI-powered camera app Pix just got a new feature. Now you can use it to upload all of the information on a business card into your iPhone Contacts as well as check out the person’s LinkedIn account. All you have to do is open Pix and point your phone’s camera at the business card. Pix will automatically recognize that it’s a business card and ask you if you want to take action. If you do, you then have the option to add the information on the card to…

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3 women turned their grandmother’s secret beauty recipes into a successful business

3 women turned their grandmother’s secret beauty recipes into a successful business

The recipes for the skincare products were derived from a secret diary that was found by the creators of the brand. Photo: Mail Today THE launch of vegan skincare brand First Water is what fiction is made of – three women discover secret beauty recipes in an old journal belonging to their grandmother, and turn them into a successful family business. Speaking with LIFESTYLE, cofounder Noor Arora recalls, “We found this journal that used to belong to my great-grandmother, which had a number of homeopathic remedies and topical beauty recipes.”…

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CBSE Class 12 Business Studies Exam Paper Analysis: Case studies tricky, mixed reactions from students

CBSE Class 12 Business Studies Exam Paper Analysis: Case studies tricky, mixed reactions from students

CBSE Class 12 Exams 2018: Business studies paper analysis Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board exams started on March 5 across the country and Business Studies exam was conducted today. The exam started at 10:30 am and finished at 1:30 pm. According to the reports, students from a New Delhi school were able to finish their exam on time. While speaking with India Today Education, a student from a New Delhi school said, ”Earlier students were told to find the exact topic to prepare but this year, we were…

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17 Great Business Ideas as a Second Career

17 Great Business Ideas as a Second Career

As the Baby Boomer generation reaches retirement age, some may be interested in starting a second career as business owners. There are plenty of entrepreneurial opportunities out there for people looking to start a business as a second career. Below are some ideas for businesses you can start after retirement. Second Career Business Ideas Open a Restaurant Franchise Since baby boomers tend to have a bit more money than younger entrepreneurs, franchise ownership can be an attractive option. While there is some up front cost involved to buy into a popular…

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Sahara to move court against IRDAI’s decision on life insurance business

Sahara to move court against IRDAI’s decision on life insurance business

Chennai: The Sahara group on Sunday said it would approach the court against insurance regulator’s order of transferring life insurance policies of Sahara India Life Insurance Company Ltd to ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Ltd. In a statement, the group said: “Sahara will pursue its remedy, against such approach of IRDAI, in the court of law.” “IRDAI (Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India) appointed administrator for the reason best known to them and the said administrator secretly submitted a report to the IRDAI for transferring the business of Sahara Life…

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Railways must exit catering business and focus on managing train services

Railways must exit catering business and focus on managing train services

A TV flash about a nail or a lizard found in a meal served to a train passenger is usually followed by a predictable official drill: Portentous announcements on termination of contracts, imposition of fines or the blacklisting of the firms. Disciplinary action is announced against officials found to be either negligent or for being in cahoots with the “rail catering mafia”. Clear-cut action plans and strict timelines aimed at fixing problems are issued. Once all these are done, the gigantic machinery of the Indian Railways (IR) reverts to its…

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