Monthly Archives: October 2012
For contracting to be a sustainable way of making a living, you need to be an authority in your chosen field. You need to know what you are doing inside out and have the skills and expertise to complete projects to the highest of standards. You must be able to Read On..
One of the best ways to get inspired is to travel the world and take in all the sights and sounds on offer. Most designers, architects and decorators love to spend a great deal of time on the road as it allows them to tap into new and creative ideas, Read On..
One of the best ways to lure people into throwing away their hard earned money seems to be by luring them with big profits and schemes that are ‘too good to be true’. If something sounds unbelievable and looks like easy cash, then most often it is best to be Read On..
When it comes to industrial growth the German economy is a good indicator in regards to health of the world markets. This is all the more significant in case of the steel industry; a sector that Germany has been at the forefront of since long. Europe’s biggest economy has been Read On..
Starting your own business is quite a journey and while it does seem both daunting and impossible at times, both patience and persistence along with skill and dedication will eventually get you going. For those with an eye for interior design and a talent when it comes to handling both Read On..
There is absolutely no doubt that the data center business is not just growing, but blooming several fold across the globe. And as companies spend millions of dollars on building, maintaining and developing data centers, a new report suggests that close to $45 billion will be spent on giving them Read On..
If you are seeing greater number of firms and businesses opt for sustainable and green solutions for their offices, then it is by no means is a freakish coincidence. One of the aspects of property maintenance in big cities across the globe is to keep commercial office spaces in top Read On..
An Abu Dhabi company is abandoning its investment in the German automaker, Daimler. This report came from a German magazine that received tips from various sources within Daimler. According to the report, Abu Dhabi company Aabar is thinking of transferring over their last 3% shares in Daimler to Deutsche Read On..