12, Aug, 2022
What is a Marketing Plan & How to Write One [+Examples]

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For a while now, you’ve been spearheading your organization’s content marketing efforts. Your team’s performance has convinced management to adopt the content marketing strategies you’ve suggested. Now, your boss wants you to write and present a content marketing plan, but you’ve never done something like that before. You don’t even […]

The rental market in the Hamptons is facing an unexpected chill this summer. After two years of strong demand and soaring prices, the supply of rentals in the Hamptons is surging, leading to a wave of last-minute price cuts. Median rental prices in the first quarter fell 26%, according to […]

Jeff Kubacki has been a chief information officer for nearly a decade and a half, first as an interim-CIO at Ecolab, then with stints at Kroll, ATK, and Westinghouse Electric. For a bit more than two years, he has been the CIO of Winnebago, based in Eden Prairie. You might […]

Why driver-based planning is important for modern FP&A byJordena Tibble3 MIN Success in today’s rapidly shifting economy depends on a lot of external and internal factors. When you measure those factors — also known as drivers — it gives you greater insight into how they affect your organization, leading to more […]

Google News Showcase, a product and licensing program for news publishers, will begin rolling out in Portugal today as “Destaques Jornalísticos no Google” in Portuguese. Participating publishers from local, national and independent Portuguese outlets can give readers more insight into the topics they choose to highlight, through curated story panels […]

Reports about Apple bringing a punch-hole screen to the iPhone 14 series are not new, but another insider doubled down on them during the weekend. Mark Gurman, Editor at Bloomberg who specializes in Apple products, revealed in his latest podcast Power On he expects Apple to ditch the notch on some […]

There is the EU memory of the UK as the awkward odd one, always demanding exemptions and rebates, constantly complaining about Commission overreach. Then there is the conflicting recollection of the UK as the arch-pragmatist in Council, finding creative solutions while never losing sight of its policy agenda, under different […]

The Institute of Export & International Trade (IOE&IT) is making £500,000 of funding available to help workers who have been furloughed, made redundant or become unemployed during the Covid-19 pandemic. In recognition of the end of the furlough scheme later this month (September), the IOE&IT has developed the ‘Step into International […]

International merchandise trade is booming. Exports of many countries are growing at double digit rates and global trade has already surpassed the pre-pandemic levels of 2019. However, the global trade recovery hides an important asymmetry: small economies and the poorest countries are falling behind. Their recovery is not yet in […]

Business intelligence (BI) combines business analytics, data mining, data visualization, data tools and infrastructure, and best practices to help organizations to make more data-driven decisions. In practice, you know you’ve got modern business intelligence when you have a comprehensive view of your organization’s data and use that data to drive change, […]

What is Business Intelligence? Business Intelligence refers to a set of processes and technologies that convert raw data into usable and meaningful information to make profitable business decisions. It is an umbrella term that combines data mining, data tools, business analytics, data visualization, infrastructure, and best practices to offer quick-to-digest data summaries and […]

We recently shared straightforward definitions of business intelligence (BI) to help you explain it in plain terms that anyone in your organization can understand. In this article, we’ll do a deeper dive on another question IT leaders will face – the “why” behind BI – specifically, why is it important? Explaining the […]