Presenting quick tips to get the best out of your, and your company’s, marketing efforts at CeBIT, Hannover. 496,000 square meters of covered indoor space, 58,000 square meters of open-air space, 27 halls and pavilions: that will give you an idea of just how big Deutsche Messe is – it’s the biggest Exhibition Center in […]
Small and Medium Enterprises, otherwise known as SMEs, face a great many challenges to growth, wherever in the world they may be located. Research shows that some of the main challenges SMEs face include increase in operating costs, decrease in availability of skilled IT professionals, and inability to innovate and grow against hyper competition in […]
The economic recession has had Small and Medium companies (SME) in Germany and in other European countries trying to hold on tight against the inexorably escalating costs of operation. SMEs which comprise over 59% of the EU economy face a hyper competitive environment today and are looking for a partner to help them grow. Take […]
When Fortune 500 companies like Citigroup, Dell, Unilever closed their captive centers, the offshoring industry feared that it may sound the death knell for captive centers. However, captive activity reached a 2-year high in the fourth quarter of 2009, with the last 5 quarters recording increased activity for captive centers.
CeBIT has been rightly hailed as the digital industry’s most important international event ever. Anyone who has a stake in the digital industry can arrive at CeBIT, Germany, and compare notes on industry developments and trends, and build contacts and business leads. The world’s very first CeBIT event was held in March 1986, when 2,142 […]