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*******www.globalchange**** European chemical industry. Consolidation, mergers, acquisitions. Logistics and infrastructure. Efficiencies and cost savings. Shipping, road haulage, trucks, containers, freight and other challenges. Manufacturing energy use. Factories, production of bulk commodities, plastics, packaging, pigments, ethylene, polyethylene, dyes, nylon, polythene, PVC, recycling, oil efficiency. Conference keynote speaker and Futurist Dr Patrick Dixon.
27 Nov 2011
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*******www.pcmech**** - PCMech Live: State of the Computer Industry
10 Mar 2008
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We deliver beautiful streaming video and dynamic web for all kinds of commercial accounts, including industrial. B2B prospects want to see your products' attributes and watch your cutting-edge capital equipment work. Show, don't Tell. Brave Boat NET - Voice With a View
28 Mar 2008
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*******www.renegadehealth**** - First off, before I talk about today's issue, I want to thank everyone who watches this show. I know how important your time is and to watch this and support what we're doing is an incredible gift to me. Thank you, thank you, thank you! :-) Second--juxtaposed quite nicely--I'm a little steamed... I just got an email back from a popular health expert and I caught a sense he was giving me the "it's not OK to make money in the health industry" vibe. First let me say this... it's entirely OK for people to think this... I, personally, just don't understand it. :-) Why in all other sorts of capitalism is it OK to sell things (e.g. the grocery store, the tire shop, a restaurant) but the minute we start talking about health we open a slimy can of worms. And maybe it's only online. Or maybe it's only people who are in the public eye who get chastised. I'm not sure. What do you think?
11 Apr 2008
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*******www.sbmchina**** Shibang MTM Medium Speed Trapezium Mill is a leading-world-level industrial mill. It is designed by our own engineers and technical workers, basing on industrial mill research of many years and adopting world-leading-powder processing technology.
24 Apr 2008
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*******www.NewMarketingStyle**** Why would I say that the network marketing industry lacks common business sense? Well, let's take a look at some of the ways people in network marketing are being taught to build their businesses, and let's logically observe: Network marketing first started out (and people still teach this) using "word of mouth" advertising as a way to build up their network and customer base. Now, is word of mouth really that effective? Well, it's most effective when the person doing the 'sharing' or recommending of something has NOTHING to gain from sharing something with another person. For instance, you know those viral email jokes, or even some famous YouTube videos that get massive exposure and are passed around all over the place do NOT pay the person sending them out a commission or a 'referral fee' for doing so - and people know it. You see, anytime you recommend something to someone and there is something that you could gain (a commission or a sign up) from recommending it to someone - it puts a huge gap in between you and your prospect, and changes the entire ordeal to a 'sales' process - and your prospect can sense you are in it for other reasons than just trying to help them. Another area of network marketing that doesn't make any business sense is prospecting: Why are people taught that they need to go find people or "prospect" people to tell others how great their company or products are? If what you have to offer is really that great - then you should be ATTRACTING people to your business, your products, and to yourself! If you have something great, doesn't it make more sense to learn how to effectively MARKET and get your message out in public view so that when people are looking for what you have - they can find YOU and be attracted to you - instead of hunting people down and trying to convince them that you have something great? Can you honestly see a regular business owner out beating the streets begging for people to take a look at his products? No way right!? He studies and learns and teaches his staff how to effectively MARKET to attract the right type of people to his products, and sits back and lets the customer buy in his own time. So, it's very obvious that marketing makes more business sense that prospecting, and the key is to learn how to effectively market to properly attract your target market to you. I've recorded a short video here that explains the lack of sense issue further and provides some more answers for you: To learn how to effectively market and attract people to YOU, go here: *******www.NewMarketingStyle**** Helping you succeed, -- Scott Rogers Network Marketing Consultant/Trainer/Coach *******www.TheNetworkMarketingConsultant**** *******www.BestHomeBusinessSystem**** *******www.NewMarketingStyle**** *******www.ProspectsandProfit**** *******www.myspace****/nmconsultant
16 Apr 2008
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The 2008 Kitchen/Bath Industry Show has the latest products and most innovative design ideas in the kitchen and bath industry. It features the largest array of product displays and demonstrations.
17 Apr 2008
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Shaya's first single "Industry Life" from his upcoming album Fallen Awake. *******www.myspace****/theroyalseal
8 May 2009
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The first single, "Industry Life" from Shaya's upcoming album Fallen Awake. *******www.myspace****/theroyalseal
21 Dec 2009
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*******www.sbmchina**** Shanghai Shibang Machinery Co., Ltd. is a very professional manufacuture of industry grinding mills and mining crushers.
26 May 2009
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Shibang MTM Medium Speed Trapezium Mill is a leading-world-level industrial mill. It is designed by our own engineers and technical workers, basing on industrial mill research of many years and adopting world-leading-powder processing technology.
21 Apr 2008
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How to write the industry analysis section of your business plan.
23 Apr 2008
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