By Monja du Ploy I am sure you know the saying “He/she is the strong silent type? I just read an interesting article written by Tim Denning on numerous interviews done with the actor, Keanu Reeves. He fits perfectly into this category. According to Wikihow, ‘A strong and silent type is generally thought of as someone who projects
By Monja du Ploy Executive assistants are the “face” and “voice” of their executive and therefore an ambassador for their company. It has to be every assistant’s goal to commission the company values, objectives, and priorities at all times. The indispensable assistant is resourceful, accountable, and always demonstrates proactive behavior.
By Vatsal Jain In recent times, content marketing has experienced unprecedented growth, gaining huge traction among companies. Now, both established and emerging market players are selecting from the indubitable assortment of nano, micro, mega, and celebrity influencers to advertise their product offerings and broaden their radar. Indeed, we are a part
By Vatsal Jain Across the globe, women are continuously developing and brainstorming, they are innovating and advancing, but above all, they are eventually managing more than ever before. The State of Women-Owned Businesses report, commissioned by American Express, reveals that women-run organizations with revenues of over US$1 Mn sprang up 46% versus
By Jo Scrivner Gluten-free desserts have a bad reputation of tasting like sawdust, but that doesn’t necessarily have to be the case. I collected some easy but yummy recipes for you that will satisfy your sweet tooth, whether you’re on a gluten-free diet or not. 1. CHOCOLATE MOUSSE Before you
By Rohan Chaturvedi I’m someone who learns and understands better by listening. So naturally audio content has been a massive source of infotainment for me. From Advertising tales, Movie Reviews, Interviews, Self-help tips, Financial advice to Book readings, I’m a proud and avid consumer of Indian Podcasts. Audio Content has been a