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Cashing Out and Coming Back
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Cashing Out and Coming Back ab 20.49 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Belletristik, Briefe & Biografien,

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Cashing Out and Coming Back
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Cashing Out and Coming Back ab 35.49 € als gebundene Ausgabe: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, English, International, Gebundene Ausgaben,

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Cashing Out and Coming Back
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Cashing Out and Coming Back ab 35.99 EURO

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HIV Prevalence In The Learners Between The Ages...
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HIV/AIDS is a sensitive issue among learners at High Schools and Secondary level. South African learners are at the worst in terms of being careless about HIV/AIDS. Most learners feel that to have fun one must engage in unprotected sex. Drugs and alcohol are rife especially in school going children of 15 to 24 years. Parents are having it hard in controlling their children especially when coming to Weekends since they want to go and have fun by drinking and engaging in sex.They do agree that the use of condom is not in their minds as they say "You cannot eat a sweet while it is still covered". Everybody is trying to come on board but the learners feel that they are grown ups therefore they want to do adult activities. Schools are havens of sexual relationships. Taverns are built near schools with the aim of cashing in on the learners not realizing that they encourage the spread of HIV/AIDS.To the learners HIV/AIDS is a myth not a reality. Something need to be done urgently before the situation becomes worse.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Medical tourism: on the growth track in India
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Scientific Essay from the year 2008 in the subject Business economics - Miscellaneous, grade: none, NIL, course: Business management, 46 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: India's growth story as a medical tourism hub is a relatively newer one. With significant cost advantages, availability of quality medical treatment with the most-advanced medical technology coupled with India's well-known tourist destinations and rich cultural heritage,medical tourism does provide a motive sufficient enough to allure those foreign patients who either want to avoid the long waiting list for medical treatment in the West or, in absence of any health insurance coverage, seek lower cost treatment. India's strength in advanced and life saving healthcare such as organ transplants, cardio-vascular surgery,etc, as well as in alternative systems of medicine(i.e. ayurveda, naturopathy,etc) offer significant competitive advantages. Cashing in this opportunity, The National Health Policy 2002 declared that treatment of foreign patients is legally an 'export' and deemed 'eligible for all fiscal incentives extended to export earnings'. Besides, a new category of visa, 'Medical Visa' has been introduced by Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India. On the other hand, setting up of Bio-Technology Parks Society of India, grant of SEZ status to them, coming up Medicities, entry of private players in health insurance in India along with Indian hospitals looking for international accreditation glitter further hopes of accelerated medical tourism, a growth engine for foreign exchange earnings. However, the poor infrastructure of the country, shabby streets, pity state of our public hospitals shakens our confidence,despairs for this much hype of medical tourism and calls for serious attention wherein much more efforts are needed. Definitely,public-private partnership is one way ahead which can revamp public hospitals and bring them at par with other private hospitals.Further, there is still no Medical Tourism Policy either formulated by the Central or any of the States Governments. As the medical tourism industry is growing exponentially, government and the private players need to join hands in order to act as a catalyst to build infrastructure for hospitals, create specialty tourist packages to include medical treatment, promote accreditation and standardisation, enable access and tie-ups with insurance companies, provide state of art facilities and improve quality of in-patient care and service to meet the requirements of foreign patients and to attain sustainable competitive advantage.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Reo Boom: How to Manage, List, and Cash in on B...
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Imagine having a proven how-to manual for cashing in on the next big wave to hit the real estate industry. That next wave is REOs--real estate owned, or bank-owned, properties that have been repossessed through foreclosure--and 'REO Boom' is that guide. Aram and Tim know REOs. They have over 7 years of REO experience, have closed more than 2,000 REO transactions, and have consistently earned over $5 million a year in commission income. Now, they want to show 'you' how to take advantage of the coming REO waves and make millions. In 'REO Boom,' the Shahs present a comprehensive guide to making bank from the REO market, preparing you to break into the REO market and presenting a proven formula for success that's indispensable for even REO-savvy agents. 'REO Boom' includes: - A proven 90-day action plan for getting started - Insider secrets on what asset managers are 'really' looking for - Step-by-step guides that walk you through the entire REO process - Tricks for completing a perfect BPO to guarantee you listings PLUS: Learn how to fund your business by using other vendors' money, and get the Ultimate REO Bank List FREE. The secrets in this book have helped thousands of real estate agents across the country break into and perfect the bank-owned listing game. Are you ready to cash in on the REO boom?

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Popcorn Report
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Nobody has been more accurate about how to profit from the future than Faith Popcorn, who in her bestselling The Popcorn Report reports on what we'll buy, where we'll work, and what we'll think in the next decade. For the corporate manager and the owner of a 'kitchen table' business alike, The Popcorn Report offers hundreds of ideas for new products to create, new businesses to start, and new markets to capture. Here, too, are the market waves that are beginning to dominate your personal and profes-sional lives. Faith reveals how to chart the future's impact on your business, how to capitalize on the newest trends, and the ways in which emerging mar-keting techniques will revive the dying retail market. She also describes what impact these changes will have on your habits at work, at home, and at play. Here is every businessperson's chance to get the word on the future - now. Faith Popcorn named and predicted the rise of Cocooning (the stay-at-home syndrome), the coming of the Decency Decade (the nineties), and the phenomenon of Cashing Out, where men and women leave the corporate rat race in search of a better quality life. She also foresaw the demand for fresh foods, home delivery, four-wheel drives and the failure of New Coke. Her company BrainReserve has a strictly blue-chip clientele, including American Express, USPS, Calvert Group, Campbell's Soup, Citigroup, Discovery Communications, Dunkin' Donuts, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Kellogg's, KFC, Mars, SC Johnson and Tylenol.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Windfall
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A fascinating investigation into how people around the globe are cashing in on a warming world McKenzie Funk has spent the last six years reporting around the world on how we are preparing for a warmer planet. Funk shows us that the best way to understand the catastrophe of global warming is to see it through the eyes of those who see it most clearly—as a market opportunity. Global warming's physical impacts can be separated into three broad categories: melt, drought, and deluge. Funk travels to two dozen countries to profile entrepreneurial people who see in each of these forces a potential windfall. The melt is a boon for newly arable, mineral-rich regions of the Arctic, such as Greenland—and for the surprising kings of the manmade snow trade, the Israelis. The process of desalination, vital to Israel's survival, can produce a snowlike by-product that alpine countries use to prolong their ski season. Drought creates opportunities for private firefighters working for insurance companies in California as well as for fund managers backing south Sudanese warlords who control local farmland. As droughts raise food prices globally, there is no more precious asset. The deluge—the rising seas, surging rivers, and superstorms that will threaten island nations and coastal cities—has been our most distant concern, but after Hurricane Sandy and failure after failure to cut global carbon emissions, it is not so distant. For Dutch architects designing floating cities and American scientists patenting hurricane defenses, the race is on. For low-lying countries like Bangladesh, the coming deluge presents an existential threat. Funk visits the front lines of the melt, the drought, and the deluge to make a human accounting of the booming business of global warming. By letting climate change continue unchecked, we are choosing to adapt to a warming world. Containing the resulting surge will be big business; some will benefit, but much of the planet will suffer. McKenzie Funk has investigated both sides, and what he has found will shock us all. To understand how the world is preparing to warm, Windfall follows the money.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 07.07.2020
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Medical tourism: on the growth track in India
16,50 € *
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Scientific Essay from the year 2008 in the subject Business economics - Miscellaneous, grade: none, NIL, course: Business management, 46 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: India's growth story as a medical tourism hub is a relatively newer one. With significant cost advantages, availability of quality medical treatment with the most-advanced medical technology coupled with India's well-known tourist destinations and rich cultural heritage,medical tourism does provide a motive sufficient enough to allure those foreign patients who either want to avoid the long waiting list for medical treatment in the West or, in absence of any health insurance coverage, seek lower cost treatment. India's strength in advanced and life saving healthcare such as organ transplants, cardio-vascular surgery,etc, as well as in alternative systems of medicine(i.e. ayurveda, naturopathy,etc) offer significant competitive advantages. Cashing in this opportunity, The National Health Policy 2002 declared that treatment of foreign patients is legally an 'export' and deemed 'eligible for all fiscal incentives extended to export earnings'. Besides, a new category of visa, 'Medical Visa' has been introduced by Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India. On the other hand, setting up of Bio-Technology Parks Society of India, grant of SEZ status to them, coming up Medicities, entry of private players in health insurance in India along with Indian hospitals looking for international accreditation glitter further hopes of accelerated medical tourism, a growth engine for foreign exchange earnings. However, the poor infrastructure of the country, shabby streets, pity state of our public hospitals shakens our confidence,despairs for this much hype of medical tourism and calls for serious attention wherein much more efforts are needed. Definitely,public-private partnership is one way ahead which can revamp public hospitals and bring them at par with other private hospitals.Further, there is still no Medical Tourism Policy either formulated by the Central or any of the States Governments. As the medical tourism industry is growing exponentially, government and the private players need to join hands in order to act as a catalyst to build infrastructure for hospitals, create specialty tourist packages to include medical treatment, promote accreditation and standardisation, enable access and tie-ups with insurance companies, provide state of art facilities and improve quality of in-patient care and service to meet the requirements of foreign patients and to attain sustainable competitive advantage.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 07.07.2020
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