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Joan Of Venice – Bar Topnotcher

Joan de Venecia majored in Legal Administration at the Ateneo de Manila University, graduating with honors in 2001. She then went on to study law at the University of the Philippines School of Law. She also graduated as the valedictorian of her class with a cum laude distinction. During his time at UP, he conducted legal research entitled “The Silent Witness Against Torture: Arguing for Recorded Interrogations.”

An award-winning debater and adjudicator, she participated in numerous tournaments in the Philippines and in other parts of the world, defeating champion debaters from far and wide. She won the Best Speaker Award at the 2004 Asia Cup International Law Moot Court Competition in Japan and was a finalist for Best Speaker at the Jean-Pictet IHL/Red Cross Competition held in France in 2005. During the 2005 Philippine Bar Exams, he ranked first among 1,526 examinees who passed the stringent tests.

Joan de Venecia is currently pursuing her Master of Laws at New York University School of Law with a concentration in International Legal Studies. She is a full tuition scholarship holder from NYU under the Hugo Grotius Scholarship and is also a Senator J. William Fulbright Scholar. She is a graduate editor of the NYU Journal of International Law and Politics.

*Career

After graduating from law school, Joan de Venecia joined SyCip, Salazar, Hernandez and Gatmaitan, said to be the largest law firm in the Philippines. In addition to practicing law, Joan de Venecia also taught Public International Law at the Lyceum of the University of the Philippines School of Law in Makati City. She was also a regular teacher of opponents, giving classes on Procedural Law and Taxation. Joan of Venice is currently a member of the Asian Society of International Law. According to various interviews, he hopes to join a non-governmental agency in the future to further the cause of the poor and oppressed. She is well known to her colleagues as someone who hated those who looked down on the underprivileged.

*Personal

Joan de Venecia is the niece of Pangasinan Congressman José de Venecia, Jr. Her father, Tony, now deceased, was de Venecia’s older brother and a retired lawyer and judge in the city of Dagupan. Although he comes from a political family (his half-brother, Alex, is a councilor in Dagupan), he has not yet expressed a desire to join politics. His lying about simpler pleasures like interesting conversations, reading and watching movies interests him.

He has also been known to express opinions that are at odds with his family. For example, in 2006, he did not share his uncle’s support for President Gloria Arroyo’s Proclamation 1017, better known as the 2006 State of Emergency in the Philippines. At that time, Representative José de Venecia remained a staunch ally of the administration. According to Joan, it was a mistake to declare a state of emergency after an alleged coup attempt at Camp Aguinaldo. The legal community questioned the constitutionality of said proclamation and it was one of the most controversial actions of the country’s president.

A brief history of Liberia

The history of the Republic of Liberia has a very complex record. It is found along the African coast with its direct neighbors: Guinea, Ivory Coast, and Sierra Leone. (‘Liberia’ means ‘freedom’ in Latin) Liberia was born in 1822 when freed American slaves arrived and formed the country. Previously, the land was not claimed as a European colony or a country. Liberia is a relatively young nation.

Liberia is located in West Africa and is home to the North Atlantic Ocean. It is geographically known for its equatorial jungle and its beaches. Monrovia is its capital with a population of over 1 million people. It represents 29% of the total population of 3.5 million.

Christianity is the state religion with about 20 different ethnicities. English is the official language of Liberia. The estimated GDP of the country is approximately $840MM, which comes mainly from agriculture and, to a lesser extent, from industrial activities. The main resources of Liberia are cocoa, rice, coffee and minerals.

An American organization called The American Colonization Society started an activity to give freed African-American slaves a chance to return to their roots in Africa. The migration began in 1822 and around 10,000 people arrived in Liberia to settle it. These American-Liberians began to settle down and after 25 years in 1847, the Republic of Liberia was formed. Joseph Jenkins Roberts was the first elected president. The immigrants had brought their American culture and lifestyle with them and settled in Monrovia, the newly founded capital. The capita’s name was inspired by former US President James Monroe, who supported the creation of Liberia.

Cultural differences and initial discrimination made it difficult for native Liberians to integrate into the new society. For example, they were denied a vote until the early 20th century. The United States supported the fledgling country to establish its feasible economy. However, the country’s political and economic development was significantly hampered by ethnic rivalries.

In the early 20th century, Liberia stabilized geographically and resolved its border issues with Sierra Leone. However, the economy was weak due to the country’s mounting debts. In 1926, an American rubber producer named Firestone purchased the rights to a large plantation that helped positively grow the Liberian economy.

Liberia continued its economic development but with setbacks until the 1980s. Then tensions between national political parties took hold in the country and resulted in the first Civil War. Leader of the civil war, Charles Taylor was elected president in 1997. He served his personal interests for six years and neglected the drained economy of the country. In 1999, a second civil war broke out, leading to Taylor’s ouster by an international coalition in 2003.

In 2005, a Harvard-educated former corporate executive named Ellen Sirleaf won election to become the country’s first female president and is responsible for rebuilding Liberia.

Steps to franchise your business

Franchising your business is a proven path to rapid growth. Becoming a franchisor is not a natural ticket to success. When franchised effectively in the right model, it can be an excellent growth strategy that requires less start-up capital than growing through opening multiple locations. The process of becoming a franchisor is usually long and involves a considerable cost. Qualifying to sell franchises does not mean you will find buyers.

Building a successful franchise requires making decisions that will affect the business for years to come. There are some specific legal documents that must be created before starting a franchise, as well as the creation of operations manuals and training programs. Many states do not require any fees to start a franchise. Those states are: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Kansas, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming. The following states have laws stating that a franchise is exempt if it has a trademark or service mark: Connecticut, Georgia, Louisiana, Maine, North Carolina, and Utah. The following states have laws stating that a franchise is not required to file with the state if it complies with the FTC rule related to the Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD): Iowa, Kentucky, Ohio, Puerto Rico and the Islands US Virgins. Therefore, you could open a franchise in 32 states and two territories with little or no expense beyond creating your FDD, franchise agreement, and operations manuals.

Consider your concept.

Most good franchise models offer something remarkable but with a distinctive way of providing the product or service. The concept has to be attractive to both consumers and potential franchisees. The business must be something you can standardize and duplicate.

Check your finances.

Franchising is easier if you have at least one very successful operation and better if there are two or more successful locations. Your financials will provide you with an overview of your operation, providing continued growth and profitability for two or more years.

Gather market research.

Obtain market research to substantiate that there is widespread consumer or business demand beyond your location for what your franchise business would feature, and the market’s ability to support a new competitor.

Get ready for change.

The activities of the franchise are very different from those of a single business. For the most part, you will be selling franchises and supporting franchisees, rather than going about your normal business duties. Will you feel comfortable playing a role as a trainer and salesperson, selling and supporting franchisees? You’ll also be giving up some of the direction you’ve had on how your concept is implemented. No two franchisees work the business the same way you do, even if they do it well.

Evaluate other alternatives.

Not all businesses can be franchised and there are alternatives to expansion. You might consider finding debt financing or allowing partners in your business. You might even consider a strategic alliance or joint venture where you combine your business with other businesses that offer similar products or services to your business without duplicating services.

Know the legal requirements

The FDD is not required to be filed with ANY federal government agency! In 35 states, a franchisor may immediately “sell” in those states as long as the franchisor provides the potential franchisee with a current FDD at least 10 business days before any contracts are signed or any monies are paid. In these states, a franchisor is not required to “file” or provide a copy of the FDD to anyone except the prospective buyer.

The other 15 states have additional “franchise sales” requirements. All 15 states have franchise speculation laws that require franchisors to provide pre-sale information to prospective buyers. In these states, a franchisor must register in that state by filing the current FDD and meeting additional disclosure requirements. 13 of these state laws treat the sale of a franchise as the sale of a security. These states prohibit the offer or sale of a franchise within their state until an FDD has been filed with a designated state agency. Only 2 of the 15 states do not require filing at their state FDD offices.

Some states, in an effort to promote business in their states, will allow 1-3 franchises to be sold under exempt status. There are a variety of other exemptions these states offer that should be considered for both franchisors and franchisees. These 15 states are often referred to as “registration states” or “filing states.” While state laws often vary, the primary goal of the state is to protect its citizens from investment scams and to have a remedy if a franchisor violates state law. The main objective is to make sure that the franchisor discloses all the important facts before the sale of the franchise so that the prospective buyer can make an informed decision.

A franchisor must, and usually does, screen the potential franchisee for suitability; the franchisee must investigate the potential opportunity. First, a potential franchisee must understand what FDD is and is not. Since the advent of FDD’s “plain English” rule, it is much easier for the potential franchisee to better understand what is being sold and what is being bought.

Make important decisions about your model

As you organize your legal paperwork, you will need to make many assessments about how you will operate as a franchisor.

• The franchise fee and royalty percentage

• The term of your franchise agreement

• The size of the territory that will be granted to each franchisee

• What geographic area are you willing to offer to franchisees?

• The type and duration of the training program you will offer

• Whether franchisees must buy products or equipment from your company

• The business experience and net worth that franchisees need

• How you will market the franchises

Whether you want an owner-operator for each unit or area master franchisees who will develop multiple units

Many franchisors don’t consider how much each of these decisions can affect their imminent profitability. If you’re considering a 5 or 6 percent royalty, the difference doesn’t seem to be substantial. But then when you have 100 franchisees and they each make $700,000 a year, that’s a $7 million a year mistake. If he has a 10-year contract, that means $70 million in lost revenue.

Make sure you know if geographic variables, such as weather or local laws, can affect franchisees’ achievements. The size of the territory is also important. Territories that are very large may have to be bought back later with a bonus in order to split them up. Poor training can leave your franchisees ill-equipped to run your system successfully.

Create the necessary documentation and register as a franchisor

The operation of your franchise in non-registration states can begin as soon as you have all your documents and manuals correctly filled out, as well as your training materials. In other cases, you will have to wait for state approval.

Hire key employees

Additional key employees will be required to operate properly. Certain franchises will need staff to maintain line items, help desk staff for software companies, and other staff. You might consider hiring someone to do the training, as well as a franchise advocate to answer questions from franchisees. Marketing managers, creative people, and operations may also be needed.

Sell ​​Franchises

One of the most important tasks you face is finding franchises. To help stimulate interest, you could offer a referral fee to anyone who refers a new franchisee to the company. Other common sales methods include attending franchise trade shows or hiring freelance franchise marketing companies to help find investors. Selling franchises is difficult due to the high risk involved for franchisees. Your salespeople need to know your business well and be able to tell a compelling story about why it’s worth investing their time and money.

6 tips for parents of young children to prevent homework headaches

Few children are predisposed to plunge into the task with enthusiasm. Most must be taught the discipline and sense of duty necessary to stay on task and finish often boring work on time. Teachers can only do so much. When it comes to instilling good school habits at home, parents need to play an active and hands-on role. Some children adjust better than others, but in any case, good parents keep track of their children’s activities with homework and exert the necessary pressure to make sure it gets done.

1. Get organized: Create a system in your home to keep track of all tasks. There are several ways to do this, but perhaps the best option is to have a task pad in a common area of ​​your home like the kitchen. When your child gets home from school, ask him to write down all of his homework for the day. Then cross them off when they are complete. Or, if you think your child has the discipline, have him bring a special notepad to school to write down all homework assignments as they’re given.

2. Use general rewards: Rewarding your child for each completed assignment or successful day of homework sends the message that homework is not a worthwhile activity in and of itself. So instead of giving lots of short-term rewards, reward your child for good grades at the end of the term.

3. Make it a family activity: Set aside a time each night for each family member to wind down with some quiet, studious activity. (If one parent has other things to do, it’s okay if only one parent is there.) Make sure the study area is free of distractions and sit down with a book or something of your own to study. Another benefit of this family study time is that you are immediately available if your child needs help with homework.

4. Cultivate self-discipline: Early in your child’s homework life, you may need to take a heavy hand to get him to sit quietly and get the job done. However, as your child gets older, try to back off a bit. Instead of constantly reminding your child that homework time is coming up or that there’s still work on the table, wait and see if she takes the initiative. If it looks like this is not going to happen, then you can step in and exercise parental rights.

5. Split Topics: If you and your spouse are available to help with homework, divide up your child’s subjects. In this way, each one can have their areas of specialization and the help they provide will be better informed. If this is your strategy, make sure your child’s homework time occurs when both parents are usually available.

6. Know when to seek help: Parents can’t know everything, and chances are you’ve forgotten much of what you learned during your own school days. If your child is struggling with a topic and you don’t feel qualified to give them the help they need, keep in mind that there are many options. Start by talking with your child’s teacher and school officials to see if tutoring options are available through the school. If not, you should be able to find plenty of private tutoring services, as well as plenty of people willing to help. And you can always ask friends and family who have expertise in relevant areas.

by Lisa Pecos

How to Leverage Your Strengths for Peak Performance

Ask just about any business leader how to develop people and create teamwork most effectively and you’ll hear, “leverage employee strengths.” However, when it comes to their own careers, many managers still focus most of their personal development efforts on reinforcing areas of weakness.

Sometimes this is due to well-intentioned criticism from superiors. Other times, managers moving up the career ladder try to emulate those who have come before them.

While all managers need to hone their communication and people skills, learning these skills and adding knowledge is simple. Deliberately recognizing, developing and taking advantage of one’s own strengths is more difficult.

There are many programs available to help the ambitious manager improve performance, but a review of typical business practices points to a common fallacy. Whether it’s individual development plans, performance reviews, or 360-degree evaluations, efforts to help people improve often focus more on weaknesses than strengths.

From our earliest years we are programmed to believe that our greatest potential for growth is in our areas of greatest deficiency. Think about it. If your child received an A in English and a C in math, where would he focus most of his attention?

This is not necessarily wrong. In fact, everyone can and should develop basic competence in multiple important areas. The problem is that this philosophy can perpetuate the focus on weakness long after core competency has been achieved.

Social psychologists have found that focusing on strengths leads to higher performance, higher productivity, and greater satisfaction. In fact, honing your skills to their full potential can make your weaknesses irrelevant.

Today’s business environment offers many more opportunities for advancement than ever before. But to take advantage of these opportunities, you must recognize your areas of greatest competence, work to develop them to their fullest potential, and then match your strengths with the right challenge and the right role.

To maximize your effectiveness, follow the lead of high-performing organizations. The most successful companies identify their core competencies and then work to develop them to maximize their potential. Functions that the organization performs poorly are outsourced, markets that don’t fit core competencies are abandoned, and divisions that don’t add to the company’s strengths or advance its purpose are sold or spun off.

Reaching the next level of performance involves identifying and improving your core competencies, your strengths, rather than trying to remedy every weakness. Delegate as many activities as possible that don’t fit your strengths and only pay attention to the weak areas that get in the way of doing what you do best.

First determine your strengths

While it seems like most of us should be aware of our strengths, we often confuse strengths, what we do well, with traits (our personality characteristics) or work habits (the conditions in which we perform). . Many of us also take our strengths for granted. By doing what seems absolutely natural and logical to us, we fail to realize that we are actually creating results far superior to what others might have expected.

Harvard psychologist and pioneer of the Multiple Intelligences theory, Dr. Howard Gardner, points out that people have many more areas of intelligence, or abilities to produce useful results, than previously thought. Where traditional IQ tests measure linguistic and mathematical ability, we now know that other skills, such as interpersonal intelligence, the ability to understand and relate well to others, and spatial intelligence, the ability to create or plan in multiple dimensions, can have significant value. .

So how do you determine your greatest strengths?

One way is to examine your own past and present performance and try to discern a pattern of successful behavior. What is easy for you that might be more difficult for others: negotiating a difficult contract, analyzing financial data, creating an advertising strategy, leading a team?

Or you could use feedback analysis as described by management guru Peter Drucker in his book Management Challenges for the 21st Century. Whenever you undertake a key activity or make an important decision, write down your expectations. Then, a few months later, re-examine your expectations and the actual results you’ve achieved.

Colleagues, family, and friends can also serve as resources to help you determine your strengths. In the January 2005 issue of Harvard Business Review, management professors Laura Roberts and Gretchen Spreitzer and their colleagues propose a self-reflection exercise in which you actively solicit feedback from those who know you well. However, it is critical to this exercise that comments focus on describing the specific areas in which you have excelled, not the areas in which you could use more work.

Match your strengths with your tasks

Once you know your strengths, you need to figure out the best way to use them. Organizations used to manage the careers of their people, but today that obligation belongs to each one of us. You have a responsibility to know yourself and determine where and how you would perform best.

Often the difference between success and failure is not learning additional skills, but discovering how, given your strengths, you can adapt to the demands of your specific position.

This is particularly important when the nature of your work changes. Jack was a star sales manager for an educational products company. His ability to form strong connections with his team and develop his people resulted in lower turnover and a significant increase in sales.

Jack also worked well with his colleagues, leading brainstorming sessions that resulted in a new integrated offering of products and services, with significant profit margins for the company. Jack’s abilities, both in the office and in the field, caught the attention of company executives who saw him as a natural leader. When the opportunity for significant career advancement presented itself, Jack jumped at it.

Jack had the advantage of following in the footsteps of Ellen, an admired veteran. Unlike Jack, Ellen had risen through the ranks in finance. He spent three weeks helping Jack transition to the new position before leaving to head up operations in Europe.

However, a few months into his new job as regional manager, Jack became increasingly frustrated with his job. His productivity had dropped and his old sense of excitement about going to work each morning was gone.

As we worked with Jack, we began to see that his strengths were largely interpersonal and creative. He shone while working with his team, giving presentations, and training his direct reports. But most of his work now consisted of written reports, formal strategy sessions, and routine administrative tasks that had little to do with Jack’s core competencies.

After identifying his strengths, Jack began the work of redesigning his job to better fit his

abilities. He began spending more time in the field, visiting clients and prospects to gain a first-hand understanding of their needs.

He used his natural creative and team-building skills in meetings that brought together representatives from the sales and product design departments to brainstorm ways to better meet customer needs. He found an assistant who excelled at writing reports and organizing data and began delegating these tasks as much as possible.

With this new focus on his areas of greatest competence, Jack found a new sense of satisfaction in his job. Their productivity and performance improved a lot. We all have strengths and weaknesses, and while there will be many who will encourage you to work on your shortcomings, the key to high performance is to look for what you do exceptionally well and focus on that.

Armed with this self-knowledge, you will be better able to determine how you can best contribute, both now and in the next phase of your career.

Your greatest successes will come from putting yourself in a position where your strengths can find opportunities for regular expression. And, as maximizing your strength becomes a habit, you’ll be in a better position to help those around you maximize their skills, leading to greater productivity and satisfaction for you, your team, and your organization.

© 2007 Dr. Robert Karlsberg and Dr. Jane Adler

5 Tips for Choosing the Best Detox Program

Drug addiction is a chronic mental illness that ruins an individual’s physical and emotional well-being. A person dependent on legal or illegal drugs or medications exhibits uncontrollable drug-seeking behavior, despite knowledge of their side effects. However, when someone finally decides to get down the road to sobriety, the first step is to find a good drug rehab center where one can find the right psychological care and support.

In an effort to cleanse the body of the toxic effects of drugs or alcohol, millions of people in the US enter drug rehabilitation centers each year. Treatment programs at a rehab center typically use detoxification as the first step in helping people get rid of harmful substances left behind by a long-term addiction to alcohol or drugs.

Although all patients want to enter the right rehab that has the most advanced facilities and undergo proper detoxification, it can be a far-fetched dream for many who are unable to make the right decision. Therefore, before choosing a detoxification program, it is important to understand if the treatment plan meets the requirements of each one.

Here are some common factors that one might consider before beginning a detox program:

  1. Methods used for treatment.: Different detox programs use different treatment methods. Therefore, it is important to consult with the center about the methods used in the detoxification program to ensure the patient’s safety and speedy recovery. You should also ask about counseling and therapy sessions, which help speed up the recovery process.
  2. Type of treatment offered: Alcohol or drug abuse is something that affects all aspects of life, including physical and mental health, relationships, work, etc. Therefore, it is important to seek out a treatment program that focuses on all aspects of life, which can help a person struggling with drug abuse become a whole new individual.
  3. Detox Facility Location: When choosing a detox center, it is important to ensure that it is conveniently located, away from toxic friends, abusive substances, or other negative influences. This can double the success rate of the detox program.
  4. Treatment of other medical problems: When a person opts for a detoxification program, it is important that they discuss in detail the complete medical history with the doctor. It should be remembered that providing this information to the therapist can help plan an effective detoxification program, as well as incorporate precautions if necessary. In fact, this will not only help you achieve sobriety, but it will also help improve your overall health.
  5. Program cost: It is a common belief that the higher the price, the better the program, which may not always be true. You should never judge a detox program based on its cost. This is because getting sober is a complex goal, one that needs to be tackled on multiple levels, and spending a lot of money doesn’t guarantee success.

Help is just a phone call away

It is very important to have a thorough understanding of how detoxification works and its implications. All detoxification must be properly evaluated as relapses can be dangerous. Finding a reliable and suitable healthcare service is imperative for the patient to complete the detoxification program successfully.

A mother’s priorities

There is no person as amazing as a mother who knows her priorities. Some become mothers by mistake (a crazy moment) while others grow up and make the decision to improve their life from a girl to a mother. A mother who knows her place in a family has a lot of power and authority. Authority is given to a mother by virtue of being a senior member of a family and also by virtue of the mother’s role in the family. Just as we detail the priorities of a father, it is equally important to highlight what are the priorities of a mother in a family. This article seeks to reveal such truths to help young mothers and mothers-to-be. A mother who has no idea of ​​her area of ​​responsibility will always butt heads with her husband in areas of responsibility.

– Care and upbringing of the child – The mother carries the child from conception to delivery. Beyond that, the mother is the one who feeds the child and has the total care and upbringing of the child at close range. The father can play with the child from time to time, but the child is more connected with the mother until he stops breastfeeding.

– Child language and physical development – It is the mother who teaches the child to speak. Most of the first words are taught by the mother. She is the child’s language tutor. She observes the development of a child’s linguistics and follows it closely. The physical development of a child’s limbs and all mortal and skeletal development is aided by the mother.

– Household budget control – The mother formulates the household budget. She is the best person to know what running shorts are. The father simply has to meet the budget submitted by the mother, while the mother ensures that the funds provided are sufficient to cover all the essentials of the family’s needs.

– Atmosphere and perspective of the home: the furniture and decoration of the home are a reflection of the mother’s art and creativity. A man will not wake up and start decorating a house. The mother’s priority is to make the house a home by bringing the necessary flowers, fish tanks, rugs and rugs. The temperature of any home is determined by the mother.

– Family dietary needs – Preparation and preservation of food – Mothers worry about feeding their children. While the father can provide the necessary money for the purchase of food, the mother knows what to buy and in the appropriate amounts.

– Family health needs: the mother can know when a child is sick long before anyone else in the family. Most of the mothers are doctors who have not attended medical school but have learned over the years to work with what is available to restore health and vitality to their families. I remember that my mother prepared natural remedies for me before trying to take me to the hospital. He would only hand over the case if it persisted. At first I thought that there was not enough money to take me to the clinic, but then I realized that it is a passion in most mothers.

– Supporting the vision of the family: while the mother submits to the vision and dreams of the father, her role is to support and encourage the husband to dream even more. A woman is the helper while the husband is the hunter. Men want encouragement from their wives more than from anyone else.

– Celebrating each member of the family – Important dates such as birthdays are a mother’s priority. The women make each member feel part of the family. Celebrating these days gives family members a sense of belonging.

What is the difference between electronic commerce and electronic commerce?

Online shopping has been gaining in popularity ever since the unfortunate rise of the ‘Coronavirus’ or ‘Covid-19’ pandemic and consequent lockdown that is occurring all over the world. Because of this, most people have to do their shopping or business online using their Internet-enabled computers or smartphones from wherever they are. Fortunately, this has been made possible by two popular networks known as E-Commerce and E-Business.

Most people are of the opinion that these two terms mean the same thing. In fact, they are not, but they are closely related to each other.

Definition of electronic commerce

The term E-Commerce is an acronym that refers to “Electronic ‘Commerce” and is the process of selling and buying products through an online store. Unlike a “brick and mortar” store, there is no face-to-face interface between the seller and the buyer for the transaction to take place.

Some models of electronic commerce are the following:

1. Business to business (B2B)

It refers to any type of electronic transactions of products or services that are carried out between two companies.

2. Business to consumer (B2C)

It refers to any type of electronic transactions of products or services that are carried out between the seller and the client. By far, this is a very common type of e-commerce.

This type of electronic commerce is generally more dynamic and easier to carry out. With the creation of many online stores, B2C has increased very significantly in recent months due to the lockdown. Now you can easily find almost any type of online store and in any niche you want over the internet. They sell all kinds of physical products like books, gadgets, clothes, tools, accessories, etc. and digital products such as electronic books, information, online courses, etc.

Many people are moving towards online shopping more than physical because it is more convenient and the prices are also usually cheaper, even with the cost of shipping. Another plus point is that most online stores will also offer free shipping for purchases over a certain amount.

3. Consumer to Consumer (C2C)

This refers to any electronic transaction of products or services between a client and another client. This can usually be done with the help of a third party, for example Amazon, eBay or Etsy as a marketplace for buying and selling online.

4. Consumer to business (C2B)

Consumer to business is a type of business model in which the customer or user creates a product or provides a service that a business or company uses to complement its business setup, improve its business image, or gain an advantage over its competitors.

For example, websites like Fiverr, Upwork, etc. where their freelancers offer their services like website or logo creation, and any business can use their services if they want.

5. Business to Administration (B2A)

This refers to any type of transaction that takes place between businesses and the government over the Internet. It includes many different types of services, such as tax, social security, jobs, legal documents, etc.

6. Consumer to Administration (C2A)

This refers to any type of transactions that take place between the consumer and the government. For example, taxes, education, health, social security, etc.

Definition of electronic commerce

The term E-Business is an acronym that refers to “Electronic Business”, and its business is carried out with the use of the Internet, Extranet, Intranet and website. In this sense, E-Business is a bit similar to E-Commerce, but it is more than just selling and buying products or services online.

Essentially, E-Business encompasses a broader range of business processes, such as electronic ordering and processing, customer relationship management, supply chain management, etc. In general, electronic commerce can be built as part of electronic commerce.

There are two types of eCommerce models:

1. Pure game

This refers to a company that only operates over the Internet and offers only a particular type of product or service in order to gain more market share.

2. Bricks and clicks

It is a business model adopted by merchants who have physical retail outlets and run their businesses both online and offline. In other words, merchants provide their customers with a channel to shop offline and online.

How is electronic commerce different from electronic commerce?

The process of selling and buying products over the Internet is simply called e-commerce. However, E-Business is not limited to just the buying and selling process. Any business that is carried out through the Internet is considered as E-Business. For example, information and communication technologies used to improve the business. Basically, electronic commerce becomes part of electronic commerce.

It is not necessary for any E-Business to be physically present in the business world. If a company has an office, along with its physical presence and conducts its business through the Internet, then it can be called e-commerce.

Electronic commerce refers to any type of commercial transaction that involves money, but electronic commerce involves both money and supporting activities.

Electronic commerce requires the use of the Internet to be able to conduct business around the world, while electronic commerce can use more than the Internet. For example, the use of the Intranet and Extranet also to connect with business parties.

Advantages of electronic commerce and electronic business

Both electronic commerce and e-commerce have revolutionized the way people shop. Customers would probably have enjoyed some of its benefits. Similarly, entrepreneurs have also benefited in the following ways:

1. Cost savings and time savings for your business

With a retail store, it means that there will be some kind of overhead costs that you will need to pay on a monthly basis, such as rent, utility bills, phone bill, staff salaries, etc.

When you put your business online, you can reduce or even eliminate some of these costs. Converting your business to E-Business can also help simplify certain jobs. For example, it’s much easier to email volume discount coupons than it is to print hundreds of coupons and mail them.

2. E-commerce can operate 24/7

Thanks to the Internet, any e-business can literally run 24/7 with no restrictions on hours and days of operation.

3. Remove location restriction

The Internet can also cross all time zones and connect people from all over the world. With a retail outlet, customers will be limited by their proximity to where they live and also by the hours of operation.

Also, with E-Commerce, your online store can be accessed using smartphones and other mobile devices. This means that people can buy your products from anywhere while on the go.

4. Easy to track business growth and goal

There are now many tools and apps available to easily track your business growth and goal, as well as understand your customers’ buying behaviors. For example, the best-selling products in the last few months, the number of returning customers, the number of abandoned carts, etc.

Unless you perform additional record keeping, it will be difficult to track and generate such data at a retail point of sale.

5. Provide better customer service

The sooner you can respond to your customer’s queries, the better for your business. Having an online chat feature on your business website will make it much easier for your E-Business to meet that need.

With E-Commerce and E-Business, both you as a business owner and your customers can enjoy all the benefits.

As a food for thought, it can be said that electronic commerce is a big part of electronic commerce, just as electronic commerce is electronic commerce, but electronic commerce is not necessarily electronic commerce.

Write an attention-grabbing Resumix resume

There are a growing number of federal jobs that require a Resumix resume to be written. The ultimate goal of using this resume format is that the government can save time, money, and resources in identifying the best possible candidates for each position. This means that to get the job you want, writing an attention-grabbing Resumix resume is critical. Here are some tips that will make your resume much more likely to be sent to the top of the pile.

1. Job Requirements Match

The most important aspect of writing an attention-grabbing Resumix resume is simply getting past the screening stage. In order to weed out unqualified candidates, each branch of government that uses this resume format also uses an electronic scanning method. If the keywords you use on your resume do not match the keywords selected for the job requirements, then your resume will never get past the electronic scanning stage. Inherently, if this happens, your resume will never get noticed because no real person will see it.

2. Expose it all

If this is your first resume writing experience in Resumix, you may not realize that you need to lay it all out in the body of your resume. Private sector resumes allow you to imply previous experiences and qualifications without explicitly stating them. Since the federal resume relies heavily on particular keywords and prior experience, you want to make sure everything relevant is included on your resume. In short, you should add as much detail as possible.

3. Taylor Every Resume Resumix

Another important thing to do when writing an attention-grabbing Resumix resume is to customize it for your target job opportunity. In general, the federal government uses the Resumix resume format to accomplish three goals. You want to match your skills to the job requirements, identify your KSAs (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities), and compare your skills to the job skills. If you don’t customize each résumé for each job you apply for, it will be almost impossible for your résumé to pass the electronic scanning phase.

4. Be attentive to details

The final way to ensure you’re writing an attention-grabbing Resumix resume is to simply keep an eye on the details. The first D to check is the overall structure of your resume. In most cases, there will be a specific number of characters that you will need to adhere to. Depending on the area of ​​government you are focusing on, you may need to add additional KSA essays, while others want you to add this information within the text of your initial resume. As with all resumes, the value of proofreading can never be underestimated.

Writing a resume for a federal government job can seem like a daunting and complicated task. The truth is, writing an attention-grabbing Resumix resume is simply a matter of understanding how to integrate keywords effectively, add enough detail, and follow proper formatting. Simply following the “rules” of a Resumix resume may be enough to get you noticed.

Why display advertising is important in business

In the early days, only a few business sectors dominated the marketing world, but now many had begun to introduce individual or team businesses every day. This change will bring us new and exciting products, but marketers can face many challenges and competition in business. To overcome obstacles, you can choose online advertising to increase audience accessibility and product awareness in people.

What is a banner and why publish banners online?

A simple image that conveys a company’s brand message and product information is called a banner ad. People use banners to advertise in public places, but on the Internet you can post it as a digital or graphic image. When you compare online ads to street ads, online ads can be accessed because it offers user interaction and better conversion rate for people. An image with a few genuine words about your company or product will convey your concern to people on the Internet.

How to publish the banner on the internet?

A display ad server is used to create and distribute your banners on the Internet and is used to share revenue among users. The publisher can sell their ad slots to the advertisers and the user can buy them as per the requirements. Users can create the banner and distribute it in the areas of the website. The admin has the sole privilege to share the revenue earned on each ad. The ad server has required ad formats for banner creation, they are divided into the following.

ad formats

• Image: Follows the IAB size standard and supports JPG, PNG, and GIF file types.

• HTML: Uses third-party tags to deliver ads. It is used to create rich media ads.

• SWF banners or flash banner: It is an animated advertisement that is capable of producing sound and interaction with the user. It supports SWF file type.

• Text Ads: Have a textual description of a product or service along with a hyperlink to the advertiser’s website.

• Custom Ads: It is a user defined ad format where the advertiser can create it with any desired size. It supports GIF, PNG, and JPG file types.

Why display advertising?

• Requires less manual work.

• Banners can be created using simple tools available online.

• You can reach a larger audience compared to street ads.

• Adding user interaction on the image can attract customers.

• Adding innovation to your poster can reap business success.

You may have big dreams for your business, but if you don’t implement them in your products, it’s hard to hold your own in the market. However, it frequently advertises on the Internet that only its best products will reach people. Advertising banners will help only when your business really impresses people.