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Study: It’s not easy ‘being green’

Study: It’s not easy ‘being green’ Think you don’t recycle enough? You’re not alone. However, people’s ability to overcome self-doubt plays a critical role in how successfully they act in support of environmental issues, according to a new study. via ScienceDaily: Living Well News: Dec. 2, 2013 — Think you don’t recycle enough? You’re not alone. However, people’s ability to overcome self-doubt plays a critical role in how successfully they act in support of environmental issues, according to a new study co-authored by management and organizational behavior scholars from Rice University, the University of Michigan and the University of Toronto.The researchers examined the role of self-evaluations among those who support environmental issues and the evaluations’ effect on supportive behaviors. Their study, “It’s Not Easy Being Green: The Role of Self-Evaluations in Explaining Support for Environmental Issues,” will be published in the February issue of the Academy of Management Journal. The co-authors are Scott Sonenshein, an associate professor of management at Rice’s Jones Graduate School of Business; Katherine DeCelles, an assistant professor of organizational behavior and human resources management at Toronto’s Rotman School of Management; and Jane Dutton, the Robert L. Kahn Distinguished University Professor of Business Administration and Psychology at Michigan’s Ross School of Business.”Supporting social issues often requires perseverance from individuals who want to make a difference,” the authors wrote. “Our research explains how the mixed self-evaluations of these individuals spring from their interpretation of issue-support challenges.”Sonenshein said people’s support for environmental issues and their doubt in their behavior’s effectiveness manifests itself in benign daily tasks such as recycling or the mode of transportation one chooses. “It’s this ongoing challenge,” Sonenshein said. “No matter what you do, the sense from the study is that it’s never enough. … For more info: Study: It’s not easy ‘being green’ ScienceDaily: Living Well News Study: It’s not easy ‘being green’ L’articolo Study: It’s not easy ‘being green’ sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

Black Friday Special: Try All Our Upgrades for Free

Black Friday Special: Try All Our Upgrades for Free Black Friday Special: Try All Our Upgrades for Free This year’s Black Friday special on WordPress.com is our biggest yet. Today you can add any upgrade to your blog for a free 14-day trial. The special sale covers all of Friday, November 29, for all US time zones. Sale started midnight today, and ends on 12:00AM PST on … via WordPress.com News: | Black Friday Special: Try All Our Upgrades for Free This year’s Black Friday special on WordPress.com is our biggest yet. Today you can add any upgrade to your blog for a free 14-day trial. The special sale covers all of Friday, November 29, for all US time zones. Sale started midnight today, and ends on 12:00AM PST on Saturday, November 30. A free trial with no strings attached is a great way to get to know our different upgrade plans: WordPress.com Premium ($99 yearly), includes all our blog upgrades: more design customizations, video uploads, more space — and no ads. WordPress.com Business ($299 yearly), includes everything that WordPress.com Premium offers, as well as unlimited access to all our premium themes, unlimited storage space, and real-time live chat support — right from the dashboard. WordPress.com Enterprise ($500 monthly), includes everything offered by the other plans, as well as access to more than 100 plugins to customize your branding, better track your audience, integrate with social media services, and more. Go to Store in your dashboard to see all our plans and other upgrades, and try them out for free. For technical reasons, domain upgrades are not included in this offer. If the upgrade plan you’re trying out includes a custom domain credit, like WordPress.com Premium or WordPress.com Business, the credit will be disabled for the duration of the trial. The credit will become available if you choose to purchase the plan when the trial is over. With this offer, we hope that more of you will be able to try out our great upgrades this year. Happy holidays! Filed under: Community, Events, Upgrade Prosegui la lettura su: Black Friday Special: Try All Our Upgrades for Free WordPress.com News Black Friday Special: Try All Our Upgrades for Free L’articolo Black Friday Special: Try All Our Upgrades for Free sembra essere il primo su Bio Notizie.

Memo to big box retailers: Goodwill has a shelf life

Memo to big box retailers: Goodwill has a shelf life Big box retailers may have had the secret to combating online retailers all along: instant gratification. A new study warns that the positive feelings consumers experience when receiving a discounted price fades dramatically if the consumer is then forced to wait for the product. via ScienceDaily: Living Well News: Nov. 26, 2013 — Big box retailers may have had the secret to combating online retailers all along: instant gratification. A new study from Columbia Business School that is published in the Journal of Consumer Research warns that the positive feelings consumers experience when receiving a discounted price fades dramatically if the consumer is then forced to wait for the product.”This might spell trouble for online retailers like Amazon that offer discounted items and then force consumers to wait for the product,” said Columbia Business School’s Associate Professor of Marketing Leonard Lee, who performed the research with Rotman School of Management’s Associate Professor of Marketing Claire Tsai. “Our research shows that even if the wait is relatively short — as little as 15 minutes — the consumer’s enjoyment of the product decreases dramatically.”Lee continued: “Keeping in mind that instant gratification has become a hallmark of society, brick and mortar businesses can add value to their bottom lines by offering in-store promotions on the products they know people want to experience immediately rather than waiting for delivery. This is a key competitive advantage they could have over online retailers and one that might secure their long-term survival in an expanding online marketplace,” said Lee.The research titled, “How Price Promotions Influence Post-Purchase Consumption Experience Over Time,” defies long-standing conventional wisdom that discounts cause consumers to enjoy products even more.Experiments Prove the TheoryLee and Tsai conducted four experiments across a variety of hedonic products to explore the consumer’s relationship between consumption and enjoyment. Lee and his research partner found that the shopping nirvana one feels for a product after they have received a discount only happens when the product is consumed immediately after it is paid for.One experiment asked participants to purchase orange juice. All of the participants were told that the juice had the same retail price, but half of the participants received a 50 percent discount while the other half paid the full retail price. Then, half of the participants — regardless of whether they received a discount or not — drank the juice as soon as it was paid for, while the other half waited 15 minutes to consume the juice. The researchers found that when participants who had received a discount consumed the juice immediately, the experience was significantly amplified. However, when participants who had received a discount were forced to wait 15 minutes or longer, reviews of the juice were far less favorable than by those who were allowed to consume it immediately. … For more info: Memo to big box retailers: Goodwill has a shelf life ScienceDaily: Living Well News Memo to big box retailers: Goodwill has a shelf life L’articolo Memo to big box retailers: Goodwill has a shelf life sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

Gratitude or guilt? People spend more when they ‘pay it forward’

Gratitude or guilt? People spend more when they ‘pay it forward’ As shoppers across the nation prepare to pounce on Black Friday sales, researchers are looking at what happens to commerce when there’s no set price tag. In an exhaustive study of consumer behavior, they found that shoppers spend more money when engaged in a chain of goodwill known as “pay-it-forward” than when they can name their own price. via ScienceDaily: Living Well News: Nov. 26, 2013 — As shoppers across the nation prepare to pounce on Black Friday sales, researchers at UC Berkeley are looking at what happens to commerce when there’s no set price tag. In an exhaustive study of consumer behavior, they found that shoppers spend more money when engaged in a chain of goodwill known as “Pay-it-forward” than when they can name their own price.”It’s assumed that consumers are selfish and always looking for the best deal, but when we gave people the option to pay for someone else, they always paid more than what they paid for themselves,” said the study’s lead author, Minah Jung, a doctoral student at the Haas School of Business and a Gratitude Dissertation Fellow at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center.The results shed new light on the psychological and social forces — such as fairness, obligation, and reciprocity — that guide consumer decisions beyond getting the best deal. For example, the study found that people typically overestimate the financial generosity of others, until they learn what others have actually paid.”People don’t want to look cheap. They want to be fair, but they also want to fit in with the social norms,” said Jung, whose findings have been presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, and the Association for Consumer Research, among other conferences, and are being submitted for publication.Pay-it-forward vs. Pay-what-you-wantPay-it-forward is a pricing scheme in which patrons are told that a previous customer has paid for them. The new customer then gets the opportunity to pay for someone else. Such random acts of kindness have been reported at toll bridges, coffee shops and drive-thru restaurants, and they drive the business of Berkeley’s Karma Kitchen.Alternately, “Pay-what-you-want” is an economically similar approach in which the consumers have the option to pay any price they want. It’s used by such profitable companies as video game distributor Humble Bundle.In eight separate experiments, Jung and fellow researchers at UC Berkeley and UC San Diego compared how more than 2,400 individuals responded to these two elective pricing models at such venues as San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum, the farmers market at Oakland’s Jack London Square and in laboratory settings. At the museum and at the farmers market, consumers consistently paid more for another customer than for themselves when purchasing a cup of coffee or the price of admission.The same dynamic occurred in lab settings in which UC Berkeley students were given coffee mugs sporting the Cal logo. … For more info: Gratitude or guilt? People spend more when they ‘pay it forward’ ScienceDaily: Living Well News Gratitude or guilt? People spend more when they ‘pay it forward’ L’articolo Gratitude or guilt? People spend more when they ‘pay it forward’ sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

Materialism makes bad events even worse

Materialism makes bad events even worse Materialism makes negative outcomes even worse, according to research. via ScienceDaily: Living Well News: Nov. 25, 2013 — In addition to its already well-documented negative direct effects on a person’s well-being, materialism also wields an indirect negative effect by making bad events even worse, according to a paper co-written by a University of Illinois expert in consumption values.Business professor Aric Rindfleisch says not only is materialism antithetical to individual welfare, it also has a secondary effect of amplifying traumatic events — everything ranging from terrorism to car accidents and life-threatening illness — to make them seem that much worse.”If you’re a materialistic individual and life suddenly takes a wrong turn, you’re going to have a tougher time recovering from that setback than someone who is less materialistic,” said Rindfleisch, the John M. Jones Professor of Marketing in the College of Business. “The research is novel in that an event that’s unrelated to materialism will have a stronger impact on someone because of their materialistic values. In other words, materialism has a multiplier effect. It’s a finding that I think is especially interesting given our consumer-driven economy.”The research, conducted by Rindfleisch and co-authors Ayalla Ruvio, of Michigan State University, and Eli Somer, of the University of Haifa, studied the experience of traumatic stress and maladaptive consumption through an Israeli field study and a U.S. national survey.When faced with a mortal threat from a terrorist attack, the researchers found that highly materialistic individuals in Israel reported higher levels of post-traumatic stress, compulsive consumption and impulsive buying than their less-materialistic peers.”Materialistic people cope with bad events through materialistic mechanisms,” said Rindfleisch, who also is the head of the business administration department at Illinois. “When there’s a terrorist attack in Israel, people who are materialistic suffer higher levels of distress and are more likely to compensate for that through higher levels of compulsive and impulsive purchasing.”The results of the U.S.-based portion of the study indicate that these effects are likely due to materialistic individuals exhibiting lower levels of self-esteem, which lessens an individual’s ability to cope with traumatic events, according to the paper.”You can think of terrorist attacks as a mortal threat to your life,” Rindfleisch said. “To replicate the study in the U.S., as a corollary, we asked people to tell us about their level of death anxiety. Those who had more anxiety toward death were very similar to the groups who were under terrorist attacks in Israel.”Both components of the study provide converging evidence that in times of extreme stress, highly materialistic individuals seek comfort in compulsive and impulsive consumption, Rindfleisch said.”At its core, materialism is a value-based response to insecurity in one’s life,” he said. … For more info: Materialism makes bad events even worse ScienceDaily: Living Well News Materialism makes bad events even worse L’articolo Materialism makes bad events even worse sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

The November Blues

The November Blues November brings out the best in many people. The spirit of Thanksgiving is everywhere; on social media, friends are posting 30 days of thankfulness. I love this idea and have participated in it many times since I have much to be thankful for. But to me November is not a month I look forward to; in fact, I pretty much dread it every year since 2005. November means winter is starting, the days are shorter, it’s colder, it’s grey and dreary, and if we don’t have snow, we have rain and fog. My yard is all soggy, brown and depressing– quite a change from the colorful summer and fall with all my many flowers blooming. The main reason for disliking November is because in 2005 my world was turned upside down by my mesothelioma diagnosis. I know, I shouldn’t dwell on the past and I should live in the present moment. I know all of this, but it doesn’t take away the feeling that comes back every November. Dread might be too strong of word– unease may be a better one. The entire first part of November in 2005 was a series of tests and scans to see what was wrong with me. November brings memories of feeling the worst I ever felt in my life with no energy to do anything while trying to work full time and care for my infant daughter. Going to my doctor appointments with a baby in a stroller, getting chest x-rays while a nurse held Lily in another room, and not knowing what the future holds. Going through a CT scan in a cold room, while my husband sat helplessly by and wondering what the hell we were in for. The waiting, the torturous waiting. My parents dropped everything and drove out to be with us during that time and to help me care for Lily. I was so weak and tired that I was not able to do it on my own. November 21st, 1:30 p.m. my husband and I got our answer. Out of all the doctor appointments, that single one is the one that is the turning point. All cancer patients remember that appointment, the one when you get your diagnosis. The doctor told us I had malignant pleural mesothelioma. Through tears in his eyes he conveyed the message without saying a word, I knew I was up against something much larger than I had imagined. The rest of November was spent getting things in order for the trip to Boston– all the travel arrangements, care for Lily, and mentally preparing for what was ahead. To me, November is a month of hurry up and wait, a month of hanging on the edge, a month of unease. Every year since then, I still get anxious when November is coming. It doesn’t help matters that my 6-month appointment always comes around that time as well and this year was no different. My appointment in Boston was in late October and I’m happy to say all is clear! No sign of cancer anywhere, so that alone is reason to celebrate. But this year, November had other plans. My dad had been having some serious back problems and finally went to a specialist to get some surgery scheduled to take care of things. We found out a while ago that he has degenerative disc disease, so he was going to have some vertebrae fused. During an MRI, they found 3 tumors on his spine. I hear the word tumor and automatically think the worst. My dad, however seemed unconcerned, so I relaxed. Upon further tests, he was found to have a mass on his kidney. He had to have the back surgery because the tumors could have paralyzed him, so getting them off his spine was the first order of business. It was determined they were secondary tumors, stemming from the kidney. We got the diagnosis on Tuesday, November 12th– clear cell renal carcinoma or kidney cancer. Screw you November and your month of cancer diagnosis. Screw you cancer for messing with my family. My dad is a fighter and he has a great attitude, he won’t let this get him down. My parents have incredible faith and my I got my spirit from them. Once again, our lives have been turned upside down by a cancer diagnosis, but we’ll do what we did before. We’ll move forward and live in the moment. We will deal with what comes our way and know that our faith will get us through no matter what. In a strange way, it has opened up a whole new level of communication between my dad and me. He can discuss the cancer bluntly with me, and it doesn’t make me sad or bother me. I’m under no illusions of what this could mean to our family, and neither is he, but because of what I’ve gone through, we can talk openly about it and not end up in a puddle of tears. We joke that we can compare surgery scars and radiation tattoos. We aren’t going to sit and have a pity party and cry about it. After all, we’ve already been down this road once before. Some people call it brave, I call it living. Only the Big Guy knows when our last day on earth is, and with that knowledge comes the strength to fight. My dad says he has more to accomplish and isn’t ready to go yet. Even though we have a mostly positive attitude about this next leg of our journey, I still get the November blues. Instead of a month for time to reflect and give thanks, to me it’s a month that cancer invaded my family, not once, but twice. It’s a month that, no matter how many years go between me and my diagnosis, will always have a black mark on it. It’s a month that I just want to get through and move on, I guess you could call it the November blues. I feel melancholy for all that was lost and angry because cancer came into my life. But in spite of all of that, I guess I’m still thankful– thankful that I’m here to celebrate another year on this earth, thankful my family is strong enough to face this again, thankful for all the support and love from all over, and thankful for our faith to get us through dark and scary times. November will always feel yucky to me, but slowly I’ve been doing things during the month to replace the bad with something bright. I focus on the positive and the good, and don’t dwell on the bad. I delight in the first frost that covers everything, the first snowfall that makes the grey/brown world pristine and bright, and all of the beautiful holiday lights and the promise of joy for the holiday season. I’ve told myself it’s ok to have the November blues and be sad for a time, let the feelings wash over me and revel in it. Then I get up, dust myself off and look December in the face and say, “Bring on the Holidays!!!” I have an 8-year-old little girl to make the holidays magical for and with the November blues behind me, that is an easy thing to do. via Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance Blog: For more info: The November Blues Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance Blog The November Blues L’articolo The November Blues sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

How To Standout And Overcome Those Weaknesses

How To Standout And Overcome Those Weaknesses How To Standout And Overcome Those Weaknesses via AB Home Interiors: | I started my business in the winter of 2004. I really had no business getting into business, but it fell into my lap and I ran with it. I later realized that this a common thread amongst entrepreneurs. We are risk takers, visionaries and build the plane as we fly it. But because we spend For more info: How To Standout And Overcome Those Weaknesses AB Home Interiors How To Standout And Overcome Those Weaknesses Design42Day How To Standout And Overcome Those Weaknesses Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

Sharing economy: quando condividere è meglio che possedere

I servizi collaborativi della sharing economy sono soltanto frutto delle difficoltà in periodo di crisi o di un nuovo modello economico?L’articolo Sharing economy: quando condividere è meglio che possedere sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

New Themes: Adventure and Basis

New Themes: Adventure and Basis New Themes: Adventure and Basis We have a special treat this Two Theme Thursday: new premium themes from two of our most popular sellers, Organic Themes and The Theme Foundry. Do you have stories to share from a trip to timeless Angkor Wat, or a camera full of images from the surreal landscapes of Iceland? … via WordPress.com News: | New Themes: Adventure and Basis We have a special treat this Two Theme Thursday: new premium themes from two of our most popular sellers, Organic Themes and The Theme Foundry. Do you have stories to share from a trip to timeless Angkor Wat, or a camera full of images from the surreal landscapes of Iceland? Organic Themes are back with their fourth theme here on WordPress.com, the travel-inspired Adventure theme. Whether it’s a trip around the world, or a personal journey that needs to be told, Adventure has been designed to share your travels with excitement and grandeur. A tight top menu and customizable logo allow the sweeping, full-width images to command any viewer’s attention. Bold, clean typography and a fully responsive design ensure the tales of your voyage are crisp and clear on all devices, from the smallest phone to a full desktop. Organic Themes knows that to share your adventures, you need a choice of layouts and page formats. Adventure is bursting with no less than six custom page templates, including a specialized home page template, three-column and full-width layouts, slideshows, and more. Every experience will have the right showcase for it to excite your readers, while easy-to-use social icons allow everyone to stay up-to-date with all of your travel adventures. Strap on your pack, and let the Adventure theme be your journal to the world. We released The Theme Foundry’s Collections theme just a few weeks ago, but they’re already back with their first foray into business themes: Basis. This is not your usual WordPress business theme; being The Theme Foundry, they’ve taken the business theme into the next generation with a built-in HTML builder app. This unique app allows the user to quickly and easily add product features, highlight services, and create slideshows for demonstrating the best your business has to offer. Keeping your business website fresh, dynamic and exciting is simple for even the least technically-inclined on your team, with a drag-and-drop interface that allows you to further tweak the layout and order of each of these sections, without any coding necessary. Just watch: http://video.thethemefoundry.com/theme-tours/basis/basis-tour-720p.mp4 Of course, it wouldn’t be a theme from The Theme Foundry without sharp, clean typography, responsive layouts for mobile and tablets, and a strong sense of aesthetic and design. Basis also includes a Minimal Mode which, by removing the site header and navigation, further simplifies your landing pages for maximum impact. Your business deserves more than just a website; let Basis be the foundation of your business web presence, a valuable tool for keeping your customer base engaged and coming back. Adventure and Basis are premium upgrades for your blog. Get more information on their Theme Showcases (Adventure, Basis), or preview them on your site from Appearance → Themes. Filed under: Themes Prosegui la lettura su: New Themes: Adventure and Basis WordPress.com News New Themes: Adventure and Basis L’articolo New Themes: Adventure and Basis sembra essere il primo su Bio Notizie.

Appboy, una piattaforma per gestire il marketing mobile delle tue app

La piattaforma Appboy permette, integrandosi con le app, di segmentare dettagliatamente gli user e di comunicare con essi, stimolandoli ad usare le applicazioni e diminuendo di conseguenza il loro tasso di abbandonoL’articolo Appboy, una piattaforma per gestire il marketing mobile delle tue app sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

5 buoni motivi per imparare ad usare linguaggi di programmazione

Saper usare i linguaggi di programmazione, anche ad un livello base, può rendere la vita di imprenditori ed esperti di marketing digitale più facile e produttivaL’articolo 5 buoni motivi per imparare ad usare linguaggi di programmazione sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

How To Take Charge Of Your Design Business

How To Take Charge Of Your Design Business How To Take Charge Of Your Design Business via AB Home Interiors: | Well it was a whirlwind trip to Arkansas but well worth the effort. I had not seen Maria in over two years so it was nice to room with her and hang out. She is such an intense energy, an extravert by nature, that my introverted energy gets great boosts of activity (and chaos) when For more info: How To Take Charge Of Your Design Business AB Home Interiors How To Take Charge Of Your Design Business Design42Day How To Take Charge Of Your Design Business Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

Partnership tra PMI e Startup per il rilancio del Made in Italy

La nascita di partnership tra le PMI e le startup italiane secondo molti sarà la chiave del rilancio dell’economia italiana, digitalizzando le piccole e medie imprese sarà possibile recuperare la competitività ormai perduta del tessuto industriale italianoL’articolo Partnership tra PMI e Startup per il rilancio del Made in Italy sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

La comunicazione social funziona? Ne parliamo al Matching

Solo per segnalare il workshop “La comunicazione social funziona?” che si terrà Martedì 26 Novembre alle ore 11 nel corso del Matching 2.0 alla Fiera di Milano a Rho. Oltre al sottoscritto, relatore dell’incontro sarà Francesco Minelli, Business Advisor Clessidra. Modera: Stefano Storti, Ad e Vice Presidente Ammiro Y2K. L’articolo La comunicazione social funziona? Ne parliamo al Matching sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

Come calmare un cliente arrabbiato e migliorare l’immagine aziendale

Se il cliente è arrabbiato con la tua azienda, spesso scusarsi non è sufficiente. La strategia giusta è lavorare insieme  per trovare di comune accordo una soluzione, con una positiva ricaduta sulla tua immagine aziendaleL’articolo Come calmare un cliente arrabbiato e migliorare l’immagine aziendale sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

Car selling landingpage to dealer auction site. by usame4

Selam, Hi, BEFORE BIDDING FIRST READ FULL PROJECT!!!!! AND ALSO SEE THE SITEMAP IN THE LINK POSTED & THE ATTACHED DOCUMENT!!!!!Possible candidates will be asked about this info, if they cannot answer immediately there will be marked as not interesting… (Budget: $750-$1500 USD, Jobs: AJAX, HTML, MySQL, PHP, Website Design) via Freelancer.com – New Projects filtered by Keyword: Car selling landingpage to dealer auction site. by usame4 Selam, Hi, BEFORE BIDDING FIRST READ FULL PROJECT!!!!! AND ALSO SEE THE SITEMAP IN THE LINK POSTED & THE ATTACHED DOCUMENT!!!!!Possible candidates will be asked about this info, if they cannot answer immediately there will be marked as not interesting… (Budget: $750-$1500 USD, Jobs: AJAX, HTML, MySQL, PHP, Website Design) For more info: Car selling landingpage to dealer auction site. by usame4 Freelancer.com – New Projects filtered by Keyword Car selling landingpage to dealer auction site. by usame4 L’articolo Car selling landingpage to dealer auction site. by usame4 sembra essere il primo su Ajax Time.

Astrafit, la startup ucraina che aiuta a scegliere la taglia giusta

Intervista a Nikita Dobrynin, CEO della strartup che ha sviluppato un algoritmo che consente di sapere se il capo acquistato online è della tua tagliaL’articolo Astrafit, la startup ucraina che aiuta a scegliere la taglia giusta sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

Aperte le iscrizioni all’Italian Round della Global Social Venture Competition

La deadline per l'iscrizione alla prima fase è il 20 novembre 2013Sono aperte le iscrizioni all’Italian Round della Global Social Venture Competition, la business plan competition internazionale riservata a idee d’impresa o startup (nate dopo maggio 2011) aventi un rilavante impatto sociale o ambientale. L’articolo Aperte le iscrizioni all’Italian Round della Global Social Venture Competition sembra essere il primo su Made In Italy.

Agricoltura: governo italiano, decreto anti-ogm o anti-libertà?

Agricoltura: governo italiano, decreto anti-ogm o anti-libertà? Agricoltura: governo italiano, decreto anti-ogm o anti-libertà? Valutazione n. 2013/11/01SintesiI ministri della Salute, dell’Agricoltura e dell’Ambiente hanno emanato un decreto che nega la possibilità di utilizzare il mais transgenico Mon810 – autorizzato a livello comunitario – in seguito a una decisione della Corte di Giustizia Europea, che ha bocciato la precedente normativa nazionale sullo stesso … via Il Fatto Quotidiano » Ogm: | Agricoltura: governo italiano, decreto anti-ogm o anti-libertà? Valutazione n. 2013/11/01 Sintesi I ministri della Salute, dell’Agricoltura e dell’Ambiente hanno emanato un decreto che nega la possibilità di utilizzare il mais transgenico Mon810 – autorizzato a livello comunitario – in seguito a una decisione della Corte di Giustizia Europea, che ha bocciato la precedente normativa nazionale sullo stesso punto. La Corte ha ritenuto le norme italiane incompatibili con le libertà garantite dall’Unione europea. Il provvedimento italiano appare dunque non solo come la riproposizione di norme illegittime – e passibili di un’ulteriore infrazione – ma anche come una scelta anti-mercato a favore di precise lobby. Il caso Il 12 luglio 2013 i ministri della Salute (Beatrice Lorenzin), dell’Agricoltura (Nunzia De Girolamo) e dell’Ambiente (Andrea Orlando) hanno emanato un decreto che vieta la coltivazione di una variante di mais geneticamente modificato, il Mon810 della Monsanto, per i successivi 18 mesi a meno che prima non intervengano misure comunitarie (evento assai improbabile). Questo decreto interviene a colmare un vuoto normativo, che avrebbe determinato la piena libertà di utilizzare varianti transgeniche autorizzate dall’Unione Europea, derivante dalla sentenza della Corte di Giustizia Europea dell’8 maggio 2013. La Corte di Lussemburgo aveva accolto il ricorso di un agricoltore, Giorgio Fidenato, contro la precedente disciplina nazionale, condannato dal Tribunale di Pordenone per aver seminato mais transgenico, autorizzato a livello comunitario ma privo di autorizzazione nazionale. Secondo la Cge, “Il diritto dell’Unione dev’essere interpretato nel senso che la messa in coltura di organismi geneticamente modificati quali le varietà del mais Mon810 non può essere assoggettata a una procedura nazionale di autorizzazione quando l’impiego e la commercializzazione di tali varietà sono autorizzati” ai sensi del diritto comunitario. Alla bocciatura europea i principali esponenti politici nazionali hanno reagito annunciando che avrebbero, sostanzialmente, ignorato la decisione europea. In particolare, il ministro De Girolamo ha dichiarato, a proposito del decreto in esame: “L’Europa lo potrebbe impugnare, è vero, e ci esponiamo a una violazione delle regole comunitarie. Però nei confronti della Francia, che ha bloccato le coltivazioni Ogm con un provvedimento simile, Bruxelles non ha ancora avviato la procedura di infrazione”. Valutazione del provvedimento Il decreto in oggetto merita un giudizio molto severo sotto tre differenti profili. In primo luogo, per una ragione di certezza ed effettività del diritto: il decreto ripropone, nella sostanza, una disciplina che è stata accertata come incoerente col diritto comunitario. I ministri promotori del decreto, stando alle loro stesse parole, ne sono perfettamente consapevoli, ma puntano sulla non-applicazione dell’infrazione in quanto, a loro dire, una normativa analoga in un altro Stato membro non è stata, a oggi, sanzionata. In sostanza, questo decreto con la sua stessa esistenza è un monumento all’illegalità. Secondariamente, esso appare negativo sotto un profilo sostanziale: di fatto, esso mette fuori legge alcuni prodotti autorizzati a livello comunitario, in spregio alla libertà di stabilimento e alla libera circolazione delle merci, e nell’assenza di qualunque evidenza sulla loro dannosità (laddove questa evidenza fosse disponibile, essa andrebbe sottoposta all’Autorità europea per la sicurezza alimentare di Parma che provvederebbe a ritirare l’autorizzazione comunitaria). Dunque, il decreto implica una pesante violazione della libertà degli agricoltori rispetto alla tipologie di colture e di sementi utilizzare nelle loro attività. Infine, il decreto sembra molto discutibile perché esso risponde, dichiaratamente, alla tutela degli interessi di alcune lobby, cioè gli agricoltori che si riconoscono in alcune grandi organizzazioni (ma non in tutte, e certamente non tutti gli agricoltori, in quanto ve ne è almeno uno – Fidenato – che intende avvalersi delle tecnologie ogm). Riportiamo anche un altro autorevole parere: http://www.salmone.org/il-decreto-interministeriale-del-12-luglio-2013/ Commenti “a caldo” dei valutatori:“Adesso si sta discutendo se fare un Expo 2015 Ogm free che sarebbe una totale contraddizione rispetto al titolo dell’esposizione ‘Feeding the planet’, dove è evidente che per sfamare la crescente popolazione dei Pvs gli Oms sono indispensabili”“Un altro aspetto è anche l’uso del decreto come arma deterrente per indurre gli agricoltori a non seminare mon810: il decreto sarà anche illegittimo, ma chi me lo fa fare di rischiare il sequestro dell’intero raccolto di un anno o la sua distruzione da parte di gruppi fanatici convinti di agire nel rispetto della legge?” Valutatore 1: pessimo Valutatore 2: pessimo Valutatore 3: pessimo Il testo integrale della pagella su Italia Aperta Le pagelle di Italia Aperta Chiunque può segnalare il suo “case” a Italia Aperta: le pagelle nascono grazie al determinante contributo dei cittadini, che vivono l’irregolarità o la violazione delle regole di mercato e concorrenza. La valutazione si avvale dell’indice di Competitività della Banca Mondiale, uesato per la Compilazione di Doing Business e delle peculiarità e competenze di ciascuno degli aderenti. I risultati delle analisi sono pubbliche, e possono essere incluse anche in programmi di consultazioni elettorali. Il nostro obiettivo è lavorare su fatti concreti, aggregando gruppi di lavoro locali, esponenti e elettori di area politico culturale liberaldemocratica, favorevoli all’economia di mercato. La Commissione Pagelle è composta da tre membri a rotazione, che ne valutano l’ammissibilità e, successivamente, la trasmettono al responsabile tematico e a altri due valutatori. Prosegui la lettura su: Agricoltura: governo italiano, decreto anti-ogm o anti-libertà? Il Fatto Quotidiano » Ogm Agricoltura: governo italiano, decreto anti-ogm o anti-libertà? L’articolo Agricoltura: governo italiano, decreto anti-ogm o anti-libertà? sembra essere il primo su Bio Notizie.

Moral in the morning, but dishonest in the afternoon

Moral in the morning, but dishonest in the afternoon Our ability to exhibit self-control to avoid cheating or lying is significantly reduced over the course of a day, making us more likely to be dishonest in the afternoon than in the morning, according to a new article. via ScienceDaily: Top Science News: Oct. 30, 2013 — Our ability to exhibit self-control to avoid cheating or lying is significantly reduced over the course of a day, making us more likely to be dishonest in the afternoon than in the morning, according to findings published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.”As ethics researchers, we had been running experiments examining various unethical behaviors, such as lying, stealing, and cheating,” researchers Maryam Kouchaki of Harvard University and Isaac Smith of the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business explain. “We noticed that experiments conducted in the morning seemed to systematically result in lower instances of unethical behavior.”This led the researchers to wonder: Is it easier to resist opportunities to lie, cheat, steal, and engage in other unethical behavior in the morning than in the afternoon?Knowing that self-control can be depleted from a lack of rest and from making repeated decisions, Kouchacki and Smith wanted to examine whether normal activities during the day would be enough to deplete self-control and increase dishonest behavior.In two experiments, college-age participants were shown various patterns of dots on a computer. For each pattern, they were asked to identify whether more dots were displayed on the left or right side of the screen. Importantly, participants were not given money for getting correct answers, but were instead given money based on which side of the screen they determined had more dots; they were paid 10 times the amount for selecting the right over the left. Participants therefore had a financial incentive to select the right, even if there were unmistakably more dots on the left, which would be a case of clear cheating.In line with the hypothesis, participants tested between 8:00 am and 12:00 pm were less likely to cheat than those tested between 12:00 pm and 6:00pm — a phenomenon the researchers call the “morning morality effect.”They also tested participants’ moral awareness in both the morning and afternoon. After presenting them with word fragments such as “_ _RAL” and “E_ _ _ C_ _” the morning participants were more likely to form the words “moral” and “ethical,” whereas the afternoon participants tended to form the words “coral” and “effects,” lending further support to the morning morality effect.The researchers found the same pattern of results when they tested a sample of online participants from across the United States. Participants were more likely to send a dishonest message to a virtual partner or to report having solved an unsolvable number-matching problem in the afternoon, compared to the morning.They also discovered that the extent to which people behave unethically without feeling guilt or distress — known as moral disengagement — made a difference in how strong the morning morality effect was. Those participants with a higher propensity to morally disengage were likely to cheat in both the morning and the afternoon. But people who had a lower propensity to morally disengage — those who might be expected to be more ethical in general — were honest in the morning, but less so in the afternoon.”Unfortunately, the most honest people, such as those less likely to morally disengage, may be the most susceptible to the negative consequences associated with the morning morality effect,” the researchers write. … For more info: Moral in the morning, but dishonest in the afternoon ScienceDaily: Top Science News Moral in the morning, but dishonest in the afternoon L’articolo Moral in the morning, but dishonest in the afternoon sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

Building the Vision, World Wide Rome

In occasione dell’eccezionale presenza a Roma di Steve Ballmer, CEO di Microsoft, il 5 novembre 2013 alle ore 13:30, presso il Teatro Eliseo, si terrà Building the Vision, un evento promosso da World Wide Rome insieme a InnovAction Lab e Codemotion in collaborazione con MicrosoftL’articolo Building the Vision, World Wide Rome sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

Media Consumption To Average 15.5 Hours A Day By 2015

Media Consumption To Average 15.5 Hours A Day By 2015 A new report looks at media consumption by individuals in and out of the home, excluding the workplace, between 2008 and 2015, breaking “media” down into 30 categories of media type and delivery (e.g. television, social media, computer gaming) and conclude that the average person will consume 15.5 hours per day by 2015. via ScienceDaily: Living Well News: Oct. 30, 2013 — Americans consume an enormous amount of media daily via television, radio, phone and computer. As you read this article on the Internet, perhaps while checking the text messages on your smartphone or listening to satellite radio, that statement undoubtedly rings true. But exactly how much media flows to individuals and households in a year? Try 6.9 zettabytes — that’s 6.9 million MILLION gigabytes.This massive U.S. media consumption is the topic of “How Much Media? 2013 Report on American Consumers,” produced by the Institute for Communication Technology Management (CTM) at the USC Marshall School of Business and CTM Visiting Researcher James E. Short.The report looks at media consumption by individuals in and out of the home, excluding the workplace, between 2008 and 2015, breaking “media” down into 30 categories of media type and delivery (e.g. television, social media, computer gaming). Information reported in the study was canvassed from several hundred data sources, including media measurement firms such as Nielsen, Arbitron, ComScore, investor and analyst firms, government sources and foundation and research publications.Growth From 2008-2012• U.S. … For more info: Media Consumption To Average 15.5 Hours A Day By 2015 ScienceDaily: Living Well News Media Consumption To Average 15.5 Hours A Day By 2015 L’articolo Media Consumption To Average 15.5 Hours A Day By 2015 sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

Work commutes getting longer and gender differences persist

Work commutes getting longer and gender differences persist On average, Swedish men and women have different commuting habits. Despite an increasingly gender-equal society, traditional household patterns are changing very slowly. The regional enlargement in many parts of the country – or geographic extension of labor markets – imply longer commuting times. via ScienceDaily: Living Well News: Oct. 29, 2013 — On average, Swedish men and women have different commuting habits. Despite an increasingly gender-equal society, traditional household patterns are changing very slowly. The regional enlargement in many parts of the country — or geographic extension of labour markets — imply longer commuting times. These are the key conclusions of a new doctoral thesis from the School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg.’The regional enlargement have led to longer commuting times for both women and men, and are not related to faster commuting as commonly assumed,’ says human geographer Ana Gil Solá, who has studied people’s commuting habits over a 10-year period starting in the mid-1990s.’My study points to a new trend. This finding is important since commuting time is often considered an economic cost when evaluating infrastructure investments. It is generally assumed that the regional enlargement should contribute to regional growth, yet the longer commutes also imply increased costs and reduced welfare for the individual. This aspect is not receiving much attention,’ says Gil Solá.The gender differences in commuting distance vary significantly between regions, with the area of Gothenburg having the largest differences and the Malmö region the smallest. Gil Solá also interviewed parents of small children about the desires, priorities and decisions associated with their commuting and how the travel affects family life and the distribution of household work.’The interviews show that people’s views of gender roles affect how they make decisions in the household. For example, couples with conservative views tend to prioritise the man’s car use. … For more info: Work commutes getting longer and gender differences persist ScienceDaily: Living Well News Work commutes getting longer and gender differences persist L’articolo Work commutes getting longer and gender differences persist sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

Aspetti legali alla base di una una startup innovativa

Burocrazia, leggi, norme da osservare, requisiti fondamentali, rapporti di lavoro. Ecco semplificati tutti gli step e questioni per realizzare la propria idea di startupL’articolo Aspetti legali alla base di una una startup innovativa sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

Common bias known as ‘endowment effect’ not present in hunter-gatherer societies

Common bias known as ‘endowment effect’ not present in hunter-gatherer societies Psychology and behavioral economics have experimentally identified a laundry list of common biases that cause people to act against their own apparent interests. One of these biases — the mere fact of possessing something raises its value to its owner — is known as the “endowment effect.” A new interdisciplinary study has delved into whether this bias is truly universal, and whether it might have been present in humanity’s evolutionary past. via ScienceDaily: Top Health News: Oct. 28, 2013 — Centuries of economic theory have been based on one simple premise: when given a choice between two items, people make the rational decision and select the one they value more. But as with many simple premises, this one has a flaw in that it is demonstrably untrue.The fields of psychology and behavioral economics have experimentally identified a laundry list of common biases that cause people to act against their own apparent interests. One of these biases — the mere fact of possessing something raises its value to its owner — is known as the “endowment effect.”A new interdisciplinary study from the University of Pennsylvania has delved into whether this bias is truly universal, and whether it might have been present in humanity’s evolutionary past.The study was led by Coren Apicella, an assistant professor in Penn’s School of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Psychology, and Eduardo Azevedo, an assistant professor in Wharton’s Department of Business Economics and Public Policy. They collaborated with Yale’s Nicholas Christakis and the University of California, San Diego’s James Fowler.It will be published in the American Economic Review.A classic endowment effect experiments involves giving participants one of two items, such as a chocolate bar and a mug, and then asking whether they would like to trade for the other. As the starting item is selected at random, there should be a 50 percent chance that participants initially receive the item they like best and thus a 50 percent chance that they will trade.”What we see, however, is that people trade only about 10 percent of the time,” Azevedo said. “Simply telling someone they own something makes them value it more. That is, the way you ask the question changes what item people prefer, unlike what you would expect from rational economic behavior.”One problem with these experiments is that they generally involve participants from so-called “WEIRD” — western, educated, industrialized, rich and democratic — societies. Apicella drew on her decade-long study of the Hadza people of Tanzania to provide a new perspective. The Hadza are one of the last hunter-gatherer societies on Earth, living in small, nomadic camps that communally share nearly all their possessions.”We wanted to examine whether the endowment effect was something that occurs in non-WEIRD societies, since they represent the vast majority of human populations that have ever existed,” Apicella said. … For more info: Common bias known as ‘endowment effect’ not present in hunter-gatherer societies ScienceDaily: Top Health News Common bias known as ‘endowment effect’ not present in hunter-gatherer societies L’articolo Common bias known as ‘endowment effect’ not present in hunter-gatherer societies sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

StartupBus, 72 ore a bordo di un bus per sviluppare una startup

Un bus di imprenditori, designer e sviluppatori fa tappa a Roma, Torino, Milano, Treviso e Vienna per partecipare a conferenze e sviluppare idee di businessL’articolo StartupBus, 72 ore a bordo di un bus per sviluppare una startup sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

Immediacy of language influences credibility of online consumer reviews

Immediacy of language influences credibility of online consumer reviews Many companies are increasingly confused and upset about how to deal with negative online consumer reviews. One way to overcome consumers’ over-reliance on negative word of mouth would be to encourage satisfied customers to include language indicating that they wrote their reviews soon after product/service consumption, according research. via ScienceDaily: Living Well News: Oct. 25, 2013 — Many companies are increasingly confused and upset about how to deal with negative online consumer reviews, says Zoey Chen of Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business. One way to overcome consumers’ over-reliance on negative word of mouth would be to encourage satisfied customers to include language indicating that they wrote their reviews soon after product/service consumption, according to Chen’s research.In her study, recently published in the Journal of Marketing Research, she found that temporal cues as “this morning” or “I just got back from the best lunch” can boost the value of positive critiques.”Prior research shows that positive online reviews are less valued than negative reviews,” explains Chen, a fifth-year doctoral student in marketing at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business, who-authored the study with Nicholas Lurie, an associate professor of marketing at the University of Connecticut.Chen notes that positive reviews could be considered less informative than negative ones because the writers might be perceived as bragging about the good decisions they make in their lives.”Their motivation for writing might be self-enhancement, signaling their expertise,” she says. “But negative reviews are generally seen as reflecting more about the product or service than the lifestyle choices of the writer. Therefore, they tend to be seen as more credible.”If people learn that you just went to an establishment and had a positive experience, they might think it’s more about the experience than the individual,” Chen says.Chen and Lurie, who examined more than 65,000 restaurant reviews on Yelp and conducted lab reviews, conversely found that temporal cues don’t have a significant effect on how a negative review is perceived. For more info: Immediacy of language influences credibility of online consumer reviews ScienceDaily: Living Well News Immediacy of language influences credibility of online consumer reviews L’articolo Immediacy of language influences credibility of online consumer reviews sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

La Sicilia è turismo. La reputazione online è il segreto

Il WHR Destination a Taormina per promuovere nuove politiche di management turistico. Online reputation e social media le nuove leve di marketing. L’innovativo progetto, Destination Reputation, presentato per l’occasione L’articolo La Sicilia è turismo. La reputazione online è il segreto sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

Sud con Gusto, le eccellenze agro-alimentari del Mezzogiorno d’Italia

Sud con Gusto, le eccellenze agro-alimentari del Mezzogiorno d’Italia Sud con Gusto, le eccellenze agro-alimentari del Mezzogiorno d’Italia Dal 25 al 27 ottobre 2013 il Centro Fieristico di Ariano Irpino ospiterà la seconda edizione della fiera dedicata alle eccellenze agro-alimentari del Mezzogiorno d’Italia. Una intensa tre giorni aperta alla partecipazione delle aziende del settore e agli operatori dell’area servizi e strumenti per la produzione e la trasformazione. Sud … via Itinerarinelgusto | Prodotti tipici e turismo enogastronomico: | Sud con Gusto, le eccellenze agro-alimentari del Mezzogiorno d’Italia Dal 25 al 27 ottobre 2013 il Centro Fieristico di Ariano Irpino ospiterà la seconda edizione della fiera dedicata alle eccellenze agro-alimentari del Mezzogiorno d’Italia. Una intensa tre giorni aperta alla partecipazione delle aziende del settore e agli operatori dell’area servizi e strumenti per la produzione e la trasformazione. Sud con Gusto sarà un evento da vivere attraverso il palato, gustando e acquistando le produzioni tipiche locali irpine, campane e provenienti dalle altre regioni del Sud Italia, scoprendo non solo i loro inconfondibili sapori, ma anche le peculiarità, la storia, e i processi di lavorazioni che li contraddistinguono. Grande spazio sarà dato, infatti, alle degustazioni libere presso gli stand, che consentiranno di assaporare il meglio dei prodotti Made in Italy, e a cui si accompagneranno momenti di approfondimento a cura di Enti, Istituzioni, Associazioni e Rappresentati della filiera agro-alimentare che animeranno la tre giorni con incontri tematici, laboratori e convegni. Per l’occasione la Coldiretti Avellino organizzerà due convegni dedicati alla sana e corretta alimentazione sia per i giovani che per le fasce anziane della popolazione. Presente in fiera anche Italia Lavoro, società partecipata dal Ministero dell’Economia e delle Finanze, che offrirà consulenza e servizi informativi sugli strumenti di politica attiva per il mercato del lavoro. Da segnalare, infine, la partecipazione a Sud con Gusto della Camera di Commercio Italo-Orientale, la quale promuove le relazioni economiche tra l’Italia e i Paesi dell’Europa Orientale e dell’Area Balcanica, nonché del Medio e dell’Estremo Oriente. Sono previsti anche speciali percorsi didattici dedicati agli alunni delle scuole di ogni ordine grado che, in occasione di Sud con Gusto, potranno visitare i padiglioni della fiera e partecipare alla lezione didattica “Esploriamo l’Universo”, all’interno di un vero planetario, e alla lezione didattica “Immagini come appunti di viaggio. Castelli e fortificazioni in provincia di Avellino”, dedicata al processo di incastellamento in Irpinia. Il Centro Fieristico sarà aperto al pubblico dalle ore 10,00 alle ore 13,00 e dalle ore 16,00 fino alle ore 21,00 con ingesso gratuito. In concomitanza con Sud Con Gusto si terrà anche l’evento fieristico “Green Business”, dedicato alle energie alternative e alle fonti rinnovabili, e la kermesse gastronomica Oktober Beer Festival, in un ideale gemellaggio con i sapori tipici della Germania. Sarà possibile degustare varie tipologie di birre tedesche, carni e wurstel, il tutto accompagnato dai tradizionali costumi bavaresi. Orari: 10,00 – 13,00 / 16,00 – 21,00 Tel.: 0825 1805000 – 330 658881 e-mail: fierecongressi@alice.it Prosegui la lettura su: Sud con Gusto, le eccellenze agro-alimentari del Mezzogiorno d’Italia Itinerarinelgusto | Prodotti tipici e turismo enogastronomico Sud con Gusto, le eccellenze agro-alimentari del Mezzogiorno d’Italia L’articolo Sud con Gusto, le eccellenze agro-alimentari del Mezzogiorno d’Italia sembra essere il primo su Bio Notizie.

L’imprenditorialità nelle università in Brasile

In Brasile il tema dell’imprenditorialità è molto importante. Nelle unirversità esistono dei corsi che insegnano a lanciare il proprio progetto di business.L’articolo L’imprenditorialità nelle università in Brasile sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

A Spotlight On Rapid Products In web designer

In order to acquire the leads you want, you must have an internet site that is made well, optimized properly and after that marketed properly. Here are some tips that will help you while we are avoiding communication gaps between you and also the designer. The better your web site performs, the higher orders you receive. A litter of pictures, goods and links on the web site will confound people and they are generally less likely to need to explore any further. For example, many sites offer SEO friendly websites. Many websites are utilized as a approach to market products. When your web site is accustomed to gain information, it really is much better to utilize simple fonts that allow your visitors you just read each post easily. If your Word – Press theme happens to be displaying posts but you need it to display regular editable content, it is easy change to make. As long because site looks trustworthy visitors have a tendency to feel comfortable with a niche site. I would not be so clear on this fact if I myself we had not had done so. freelance web designer The last decade has seen a splurge of business websites and e-commerce solutions. You need to push yourself to get the work done, but in addition make sure you aren’t overdoing it, and working all hours with the day and night. If ever your web design company does not have staff having such specialization, they can probably tend to suggest a company that has that specialization to aid you. This has a tendency to happen when there’s an enclosed stakeholder inside the client company who’s a particular technical flair, so it will be a bit of an exception. If there exists abrupt and drastic change of these elements it adversely affects the branding. The current demand for the work of web designers is over a dramatic rise. Testing is arguably the most crucial, and a lot often neglected, part of an web development project. You are in a very better position than they are to discover your keywords and also to determine which sites you want to link back to yours. Make your site organized to provide better user experience. Designing the dream Web site starts using a semblance of organization. If you agree with this statement, it really is undoubtedly important that you simply take up internet marketing. If you already have an internet site, make an effort to pinpoint exactly that which you do and like concerning the existing website and exactly how things could possibly be changed. The success of your respective website depends a whole lot on how much planning you need to do beforehand. It determines the dog owner as well the prospect consumers. The golden rule of web page design is ‘keep it simple’. BreannaCantames A Spotlight On Rapid Products In web designer Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

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New York Technology Professionals in Any Area of Website … USA Business Insurance is announcing that both companies and individuals in New York who service the web design industry can have both specific General Liability Insurance and also be covered by Professional Liability … via new york web designer – Google Blog Search: For more info: New York Technology Professionals in Any Area of Website … new york web designer – Google Blog Search New York Technology Professionals in Any Area of Website … Originally posted 2013-08-15 11:22:49. Republished by Blog Post Promoterhioe63hi New York Technology Professionals in Any Area of Website … Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

web 2.0 participatory consumption by manager4pme

Hello future business partner, I am an sole trader (self employed) and I am looking for a freelancer specialized in web development to create a 2.0 community website with online payment, based on the following technologies: ASP.NET, PHP, AJAX, JAVASCRIPT, SQL, Zend and others… (Budget: $1500-$3000 USD, Jobs: eCommerce, HTML, Shopping Carts, Website Design) via Freelancer.com – New Projects filtered by Keyword: web 2.0 participatory consumption by manager4pme Hello future business partner, I am an sole trader (self employed) and I am looking for a freelancer specialized in web development to create a 2.0 community website with online payment, based on the following technologies: ASP.NET, PHP, AJAX, JAVASCRIPT, SQL, Zend and others… (Budget: $1500-$3000 USD, Jobs: eCommerce, HTML, Shopping Carts, Website Design) For more info: web 2.0 participatory consumption by manager4pme Freelancer.com – New Projects filtered by Keyword web 2.0 participatory consumption by manager4pme L’articolo web 2.0 participatory consumption by manager4pme sembra essere il primo su Ajax Time.

In limited cases an additional measure of size related to production or capaquaint community may be included with an employee or receipts measure

By utilizing Asset Based Financing, the company still retains the assets, but if they default on the loan, the lender can seize the assets. So, why should you have a small business identity package Whats in it for you If you do it right if you have a corporate identity package that looks professional, is […]

Startin_Canada: nuovo bando per l’internazionalizzazione delle startup in Canada

L’iniziativa intende sostenere 5 startup della regione Emilia-Romagna nell’avvio di azioni di internazionalizzazione in Canada. Prevede due fasi: una di tutoraggio in Italia e una di incontri di business in Canada. Il termine ultimo per candidarsi al bando è il 25 settembre 2013. L’articolo Startin_Canada: nuovo bando per l’internazionalizzazione delle startup in Canada sembra essere il primo su Made In Italy.

Workshop di Business Design con il Business Model Canvas

Mer, 10/02/2013Kilowatt Via del Borgo di San Pietro, 22 – BolognaKilowatt, in collaborazione con Beople, organizza a Bologna il primo corso di Business Design usando il Business Model Canvas. L’articolo Workshop di Business Design con il Business Model Canvas sembra essere il primo su Made In Italy.

Map Search Results

I am trying to provide useful information on an area to users based on a search term and their location.I thought googles geo api would return a best match list of results for a query such as “swimming+pool+’my location’ that I could then place an annotation for each result in my map view but it only returns … via iPhone Developers Faqs » Search Results » ajax: Map Search Results I am trying to provide useful information on an area to users based on a search term and their location.I thought googles geo api would return a best match list of results for a query such as “swimming+pool+’my location’ that I could then place an annotation for each result in my map view but it only returns one best match location.How can I go about doing this?………………………………….. The Google gecoder only handles addresses. Google provide a completely separate API which will geocode business names and categories, the Google AJAX Search API in Local Search mode………………………………….. Bing’s map api will return multiple results for a business search near a location – which is essentially what you’re doing. Unsure about Google’s results.………………………………….. You can’t use Google’s HTTP API for business info. You should take a look at Yelp or Foursquare’s APIs, I think. For more info: Map Search Results iPhone Developers Faqs » Search Results » ajax Map Search Results Originally posted 2013-05-19 07:33:32. Republished by Blog Post PromoterL’articolo Map Search Results sembra essere il primo su Ajax Time.

Italy’s Manufacturing Marketplace | Michelle Reynolds

Portiamo in evidenza questa news dal: italy lighting – Google Blog Search: Italy's Manufacturing Marketplace | Michelle Reynolds The open-handed small business plans from the Italian federal generally prefer industrial expense, this has helped turn out to be of Italy's Lighting developing business. This developing business concentrates on solutions for … Per questo post ringraziamo: italy lighting – Google Blog Search e vi invitiamo a continuare la lettura su: Italy's Manufacturing Marketplace | Michelle Reynolds Italy's Manufacturing Marketplace | Michelle Reynolds Originally posted 2013-05-03 14:02:33. Republished by Blog Post PromoterWeb Net 3.0 Italy’s Manufacturing Marketplace | Michelle Reynolds Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

Gorgelous � Archive � Art, Design and Food � Things Italy Does Better

Notizia recente by: italy by design – Google Blog Search: Gorgelous � Archive � Art, Design and Food � Things Italy Does Better Art, Design and Food � Things Italy Does Better. visiting cards. Our weekly roundup on tasty news from around the world and here's what we are reading. Creative & Cooking, when a business card is, like, totally awesomely … Per questo articolo si ringrazia: italy by design – Google Blog Search e vi invitiamo a continuare la lettura su: Gorgelous � Archive � Art, Design and Food � Things Italy Does Better Gorgelous � Archive � Art, Design and Food � Things Italy Does Better Originally posted 2013-04-30 02:24:33. Republished by Blog Post PromoterWeb Net 3.0 Gorgelous � Archive � Art, Design and Food � Things Italy Does Better Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

Microsoft compra Nokia: nascerà un forte concorrente sul mercato? [BREAKING NEWS]

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Talk in’IED

Talk in’IED Talk in’IED via design42day » Search Results » italian+food: | TALK IN’ IED Italia Contemporanea   The cultural meetings at Istituto Europeo di Design are going to start again   TALK in’ IED 2011, the series of cultural seminars, meetings and speeches about the complex creative world organized and promoted by IED Milano is going to start with a new edition. Four forums open to the city and hosting prestigious guests working in the cultural and design field will take place next week with meetings held every evening from 6.00 pm to 7.30 pm, from 7th to 10th November. Next Monday, the new series will be opened by Silvia Scopelliti’s speech entitled LOSING THE IMMUNITY. Redefining Responsible Business. Then the program includes: on 8th November, the meeting with the designer Fabio Verdelli, MEMORIES OF THE PRESENT. Our memories are kept alive in the everyday objects; on Wednesday 9th, Simone Perotti presents THE CHANGE IN THE ERA OF FEAR. Treasure-hunt without a map, while the meeting with Simone Muzza I EAT. Receipts and ingredients to develop a new critical sense will end the series on Thursday 10th. TALK in’ IED is not only an occasion for meeting and discussion as it is included in Italia Contemporanea (Contemporary Italy), the five-year research programme launched last year by Istituto Europeo di Design that aims at developing a shared knowledge by starting from the Italian context and the needs of the territory in order to achieve a global vision of the contemporary phenomena. Coordinated by IED Research Centre, the programme is developed thanks to the synergic collaboration between work teams composed by under-25 students attending the Schools of Design, Moda (Fashion), Visual Communication and Management Lab, and professionals working in the field. A research that has become multidisciplinary and cross-disciplinary favoring and stimulating creativity and professional skills. The programme of the meetings is shown here below: LOSING THE IMMUNITY. Redefining Responsible Business (English) 7th November / from 6.00 pm to 7.30 pm Via Bezzecca, 5 / Classroom: B3 Silvia Scopelliti, External Affairs Expert Special guest: Federico Versace Sustainability Expert Recent crises demonstrate that the old model of doing business is broken. In a noisy, transparent world, where millions of people have made the choice to live “in public”, brands – especially those representing real icons – are held accountable for everything. What does “to be responsible” mean in such a complex and fast changing scenario? What can we expect from the future? In our conversation we will explore why we need a new story to define (responsible) business and will highlight the main drivers that are changing our world as we talk. MEMORIES OF THE PRESENT. Our memories are kept alive in the everyday objects 8th November / from 6.00 pm to 7.30 pm Via Pietrasanta 14 / Classroom: Theoretical Fabio Verdelli, Designer The everyday objects, already used by the past generations, are often a means enabling to remember and share with other people some personal experiences in a common dimension. What will remain of the past decade? Which icons will be forgotten and why? THE CHANGE IN THE ERA OF FEAR. Treasure-hunt without a map 9th November / from 6.00 pm to 7.30 pm Via Sciesa, 4 / Classroom: S10 Simone Perotti, writer and sailor Stress, money, objects, rush? Or without a carrier, in silence, physical work and self-production? The Capitalism is at the end. The world changes and new regulations are required. However, politics and intellectuals do not help us. Everybody has to find his/her own way by hook or by crook. However, this is an extraordinary opportunity. A seminar aimed at understanding what and how and if it is necessary to give up, accept or change. I EAT. Receipts and ingredients to develop a new critical sense 10th November / from 6.00 pm to 7.30 pm Via Sciesa, 4 / Classroom: S10 Simone Muzza, Manager of the guide, food and drink column, and festivals unit at the Edizioni Zero. Special guest: Anna Meroni, Teacher and researcher at INDACO Department, Politecnico in Milan, Sergio Bonriposi – Cascina Cuccagna, Federico Dendena – Santa Marta Farm Co-op, Paolo Ferraris – Le verdure del mio orto (Vegetables in my garden). Food has always been a developing drive able to completely change the world culture and economics. Between those who struggle everyday to survive and those who have plenty of food, a new awareness arose: the consumer is able to change the scenarios with just a single decision.   For more info: Talk in’IED design42day » Search Results » italian+food Talk in’IED Originally posted 2013-06-06 17:18:04. Republished by Blog Post PromoterDesign42Day Talk in’IED Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

Salviamo la tigre con Instagram

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5 domande che ogni azienda dovrebbe fare a se stessa

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Email marketing: 7 regole per un design efficace

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Apple: è possibile installare la stessa app su più device?

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