The housing finance system could be tweaked to make homes energy efficient and deploy more renewables
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Sarah Evans of Sevans Digital PR writes about why voice localization is vital in international marketing and how you can ensure your next campaign sounds right. Evans also offers four ideas to improve your customers’ content experience.
Mismanagement of conflict is often the bigger problem than the conflict itself. Here are some common examples and how to address them.
Mondelez' plans to grow its Give & Go in-store bakery business includes adding brands like Oreo to the lineup.
RangeMe’s Brandon Leong looks at how the coronavirus pandemic spurred consumer interest in frozen foods -- and that demand is not slowing down. He details three top trends.
What are companies doing to return to pre-pandemic normalcy? And what operational items have changed for good?
An AP History teacher shares the lessons about alignment, mastery, and grace that have been proven to foster success in any learning environment.
The social media platform has produced a new way for online creators to share food and beverage trends -- and brands -- that can become popular almost instantaneously.
Returning to offices isn't about one way or the other but about accepting uncertainty and learning to be dynamic. It requires strategic thinking instead of tactical thinking.
May Habib, co-founder of Writer, an AI writing assistant tool, lists 20 buzzwords that every writer should remove from their vocabulary immediately.
Good presentations need to be organized or else you risk confusing or overwhelming your audience.