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Hasbro Is Launching a Subscription Service for Family Games

Hasbro will launch a new game subscription service this summer, becoming the first big toy maker to try a business model that has found success for other consumer products like razors, beauty products, and meal kits. This summer, the toy maker behind Transformers and My Little Pony will launch the Hasbro Gaming Crate, which will ship three new curated games ... Read More »

Google+ for business marketing

If you have been thinking that investing resources and time in marketing your brand on Google+ is not worth it and have been ignoring it all this while, you need to reconsider your marketing preferences. Google+ had around 540 million active monthly users in 2016, and it is posolutely not a quiet display platform that your business can afford to brush off. Besides being ... Read More »

Innovation Research Tour Might Be for You

Getting a business off the ground takes gumption, smarts and, unfortunately, some money. Getting loans and seeking out investors are perfectly viable options, but you’ll also be psyched to know that the government is offering seed funding you can grab, too. The Small Business Administration (SBA) announced plans this week for its Small Business Innovation National Road Tour, which has ... Read More »

More people keeping their own chickens for lifestyle sustainability

Keeping egg laying chickens is more poplar on lifestyle blocks. A movement to keeping chickens in backyards is growing around the county. In the early 1900s, about half of New Zealand households had hens in their backyards. After a lull in chicken and egg producing, a swing back to it has appeared – particularly on lifestyle blocks. Investigations into cage-laid eggs being ... Read More »

How to Choose the Right Dog Breed for Your Family

Even the most casual observer of the Peanuts comic strip knows that Snoopy was the perfect dog for Charlie Brown. Then again, Charlie Brown didn’t have to pick the perfect dog or dog breed. It was written for him. Not being fictional characters, pairing your family with the perfect dog breed will be quite a bit more challenging. It is ... Read More »

Snapdeal promises higher salaries, job security to staff as investor SoftBank pushes for sale

New Delhi: Snapdeal founders Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal have reached out to employees promising them higher salaries compared to last year as the company heads towards a possible sell out in the coming weeks. In a letter to employees, the founders said while the company’s investors are “driving the discussions around the way forward”, their “top and only priority ... Read More »

Make Wellness Travel a Staple in Company Trips for Happy, Productive Employees

The world has become obsessed with the pursuit of wellness, and the travel industry is far from immune. In fact, wellness travel is one of the fastest-growing tourism industries today, with predictions that it will rake in $680 billion in 2017 alone. Related: 6 Ways to Curb Jet Lag and Travel Fatigue Wellness travel is popular, of course, because it seeks to push “pause” ... Read More »

10 health and fitness tips for the over 40s, according to Gladiators’ Hunter

If you’ve reached middle age and need some motivation to get moving, who better to turn to than a personal trainer who had a nine-year run in the hit TV sports show, and was crowned the Ultimate Gladiator in the grand finale. But don’t worry, you don’t have to train like a gladiator, embark on a 12-week programme of intense ... Read More »

The top 10 big cities for job seekers

If you’re in the market for a new job, you may want to consider the nation’s capital. For the third year in a row, Washington, DC, topped Gallup’s Good Jobs rating, which highlights the metro areas with a high percentage of good jobs available to those seeking full-time work. Gallup defines a “good job” as one that offers 30 or ... Read More »

The better and the best solution for your growth

We are all familiar with the trauma of not attaining the appropriate height at the appropriate age. Well, to be honest it is not your fault at all. In fact, people reach their maximum height at the age of 18. Your height is controlled by the pituitary gland and upon reaching a certain age the growth function of it stops. ... Read More »