emerging markets Tag

Emerging markets, also known as emerging economies or developing countries, are nations that are investing in more productive capacity. They are moving away from their traditional economies that have relied on agriculture and the export of raw materials. Leaders of developing countries want to create a better quality of life for their people. They are rapidly industrialising and adopting a free market or mixed economy.   There...

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paperless

Going paperless is appreciated and much needed these days. Therefore, In the world of college textbooks and journals, Northeastern University is going completely paperless. The University has made a lifetime partnership with an efficient digital media company in Silicon Valley. A large storage facility now stands tall in Belize, which will contain boxed up books. Textbooks, journals, and periodicals will get replaced by digital...

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PartRunner

You get your food, all tasty and warm, right at your doorstep, thanks to those food delivery apps. However, it is a real pain when you have to go out to purchase other things, especially when you have some other pressing matters to attend to. Yoshua Rozen thought so too, and hence, PartRunner was born.   Rozen is a Northeastern University graduate and the startup ‘PartRunner’ is...

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Athlete

When Athletes suffer through a serious injury, they often take rest, rejuvenating themselves so that they can enter the game again, fit and healthy. But this is not the case for Lucas Espada. He was the best high school goalkeeper in East Brunswick, New Jersey when he suffered a broken left ankle. However, he didn’t let it stop him, turning his misery into a beautiful...

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The title is surprising, isn’t it? No one would imagine chocolate milk to be for adults. With its appealing-to-kids packaging and high levels of sugar, it's not for an adult product. Well, Josh Belinsky and Manny Lubin beg to differ. These Northeastern University alumni wanted to make a difference in the mass perception of chocolate milk, and they have done it.   They established their company, Slate,...

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Innovation Photo by Ramón Salinero on Unsplash

To understand what innovation is we have to realise the idea into a service that creates worth.  The idea must reflect at an economical cost and must satisfy a specific need. In business, innovation often results when ideas are applied by the company to satisfy the requirements of the consumer. One should aim at introducing something new, establishing anything better. This will help businesses and...

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Post world war saw the emergence of third world countries as the hub of globalised marketplace. These marketplaces sheltered an umpteen amount of labourers from the distinct corners of the world. However, emerging markets like India, China, and Brazil are vulnerable to suffer catastrophic final crisis in the next forty years as exclaimed by William Shaw.   Speaking at the third annual symposium on emerging markets at...

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Numerous inventions in the recent past have brought out multidimensional benefits to the human race. One such miracle- the introduction of social media revolutionised the concept of viewing an even minor intricate of our life. This social media has invaded the economic exchange and have metamorphosed the concept of marketing. The lion’s share of American’s corporations utilise these platforms constituting Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube to...

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The end of colonialism, poverty-stricken majority and setbacks of partition marked the arrival of independent India in the global economy.  This journey of becoming the seventh largest economy wasn’t a cake walk. An inspiration to many and a live example of rising from the ashes is the actual description of the world’s most populated nation. The present, past and future conditions of India’s economy were...

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