Monthly Archives: January 2015

Labour considering reducing tuition fees to £6,000 if they win the election – wisdom or folly?

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Labour considering reducing tuition fees to £6,000 if they win the election – wisdom or folly?

According to a report in the Times, (29 January 2015) Robert Preston of the BBC has indicated that Labour is considering announcing a policy that will see current tuition fees cut by a third to £6,000. Not surprisingly, simply the … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Academic Services

A guest post by A.W. Berry  Going through an educational program often challenges individuals to manage their time while performing an array of mental processing tasks. Additional life demands and work status often steepen or heighten the hurdles to overcome. … Continue reading

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Identifying some of the qualities a successful entrepreneur needs to possess

Entrepreneurs require a number of attributes and characteristics that will contribute to their success, some of which are an inherent part of their personality traits, although others can be learned. Determination and realism It is highly unlikely that any budding … Continue reading

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Welcome to Re&d’s new business website

Re&d’s new website http://www.readessays.com is now online.  The main focus of our work is the publication and sale of ethical model research, essays and dissertation products at an affordable costs. These are aimed at providing higher education students with guidance … Continue reading

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Graduation challenges in UK university education

Over the past few years, there has been an increasing debate over two key issues that are  raising questions about the quality of diploma and university education in the UK. The first are of debate has been focused on the … Continue reading

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A Review of Business Week Magazine

Business Week is a magazine that reports upon topical corporate and commercial issues and, in addition, the effect the economic and political environment has upon businesses across a range of industries. There are many regular sections within the magazines, all … Continue reading

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Strategies to Gain Competitive Advantage

Achieving a competitive advantage over other competitors within you chosen industry sector relies upon developing a strategy that will differentiate your business in the minds of the consumer. This differentiation can be targeted at cost/price reduction, quality and product superiority … Continue reading

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