How technology helps the direct store delivery model stay relevant now and in the future

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Direct store delivery (DSD) is the method of delivering products from a distributor directly to the retail store, bypassing a retailer’s warehouse, with the brand or wholesaler managing the product from order to shelf. It could shake up a dangerous unsustainable business model (against small businesses) now with direct to consumer Internet shopping taking over […]

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Uri Geller predicted it: An ancient, kosher natural soap factory found in Jaffa

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Mentalist Uri Geller is building a museum in the world’s most ancient port city, Jaffa. When they start digging, an ancient olive soap factory is unearthed. The impressive masbena – or soap-manufacturing factory – dates back to the nineteenth century was discovered along with several large underground chambers. “Our work on the museum required, among […]

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Top Secrets of Successful Business

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Organizational skills, effective scheme, and money can make you a successful businessperson. Majority of people think that they will open shop and customer are at the doorstep. It is a hard job to take the small business to great heights. Appropriate use of time, implementation of planning and proper investment of money are keys to […]

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How Hong Kong’s eco-vision can save China and Asia

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Hong Kong’s vision for a “greener city” through a new wave of innovative waste management and recycling initiatives was outlined to eco-industry leaders and associations along with consul-generals and trade commissioners representing 16 countries at a networking lunch themed “Waste Less, Save More – Creating Business Opportunities” on 16 March 2018 at the Hong Kong […]

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Hundreds register to run in Lebanese Interior Ministry race!

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As of midnight on Tuesday, nearly 1,000 candidates had registered with the Interior Ministry to run in the upcoming  and long-delayed parliamentary elections scheduled for May 6. The estimated 1,000 candidates represent the highest in the history of Lebanon’s parliamentary elections, and provides the cash-strapped state treasury an unexpected windfall of  USD$5.28 million from fees […]

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