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Flexplace

Flexplace refers to the policy of the company or program that enables employees to have more authority, where they will work regardless of the time of day. This may be the result of a formal agreement between the employer and the employee or it m ...

                                               

Forecast by analogy

Forecast by analogy is a forecasting method that assumes that two different kinds of phenomena share the same behaviors. For example, one method of forecasting sales of a new product is to choose a product that "looks like" a new product in terms ...

                                               

Fortune Global Forum

Fortune global forum is an annual conference held by Fortune magazine. The first conference was held in Singapore in 1995. Global fortune forum convenes presidents, chairmen, General Directors of well-known companies and prestigious economists. T ...

                                               

Founders' Pie Calculator

Founders pie calculator is a tool for the distribution of shares in the creation of enterprises. It was first described in an article by Frank Demmler, who is an adjunct Professor teaching entrepreneurship at the University of Carnegie Mellon. Co ...

                                               

FSN analysis

In FSN analysis the items are classified according to their rate of consumption. Elements fall generally into three groups: f means fast moving S – slow moving means, N means not to move. In FSN analysis is usually carried out according to the fo ...

                                               

Fxmarketspace

FXMarketSpace was a centrally disabled, global foreign exchange platform for the OTC money market. It was launched in may 2006 as a joint venture between Reuters and the Chicago Mercantile exchange but they decided to close the platform in Oct 20 ...

                                               

Gale (loudspeaker)

Gail London loudspeaker, Studio monitor, subwoofer and speakers manufacturer that distributes internationally. It began producing loudspeakers in 1972. Gale loudspeakers have won a few hi-Fi awards.

                                               

Gas Technology Institute

The gas technology Institute is an American non-profit research organization which develops, demonstrates, and licenses new energy technologies for private and public clients, with a particular focus on the gas industry. GTI is located in des Pla ...

                                               

General line of merchandise

General line item or goods-is a term used in retail and wholesale trade in respect of goods is not restricted to any specific category. Merchandise address of shops in the retail sector. According the North American industrial classification syst ...

                                               

General partner

The General partner is a person who joins with at least one person to form a business. The General partner is responsible for the actions of the business, can legally bind the business and personally liable for all business debts and obligations. ...

                                               

Georgia Statewide Minority Business Enterprise Center

Georgia business minority Enterprise center of the state funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce Agency business development minority and operated by the enterprise innovation activities of the Institute. At the exhibition business centre, Atla ...

                                               

Ghosting (employer)

Ghosting is the act in which a man interviews for a job and have come to believe, there is a possibility in getting the job done without confirmation of positions are filled not handed over to the Agency.

                                               

Gold in the mine

Gold in the mine is a metaphor for the potential savings in quality improvement. This is essentially the transformation of the Pareto principle in the context of quality costs, to dig in the right place can produce great savings, though investiga ...

                                               

Golden gimmick

The Golden gimmick refers to a foreign tax credit deal enacted in November 1950, the US government under President Harry Truman between king Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia and the Arab-American oil company, a consortium comprising standard oil of Calif ...

                                               

Government contractor

A government contractor is a company – either for profit or non-profit that provides goods or services under contract for the government. Some communities are largely supported by the state of contractile activity, for example, a significant part ...

                                               

Graphical Evaluation and Review Technique

Graphical evaluation and review technique, commonly known as Gert, is a network analysis method used in project management that allows probabilistic treatment of Network logic and estimated duration of the work. This method was first described in ...

                                               

Greater Barrie Chamber of Commerce

Most chamber of Commerce Barry is a business organization founded in Barrie, Ontario, in 1887. Representing the broad interests of more than 1.000 members, the greater chamber of Commerce Barry serves its members with the priorities of the States ...

                                               

Greater Philadelphia Expo Center

The greater Philadelphia Expo center at Oaks is an exhibition center located in oaks, Pennsylvania, which is about 7 miles North-West from king of Prussia via the Pottstown Expressway. It has four adjoining exhibition halls, 15 meeting rooms, two ...

                                               

Greater Reading Expo Center

The more the Center of reading Expo exhibition centre, located North of reading, PA and access from the street to the Warren around it was 30 meeting rooms, two food courts, and a total area of over 270.000 square meters on one floor. Expo-center ...

                                               

GS1 DataBar

Codes GS1 databar is a family of symbols most commonly seen in the histogram of the GS1 coupon. Formerly known as reduced Space symbology, this family of barcodes include: GS1 databar type omnidirectional. Codes GS1 databar expanded. Codes, GS1 d ...

                                               

Guinot Mary Cohr

Guinot Mary Cohr is a Paris-based company specializing in skin care and cosmetic products. They are known in the tennis world for sponsoring the exhibition team tennis tournament the week before the Open championship of France from 2009 to 2012, ...

                                               

HeadBlade

HeadBlade is a razor head razor brand produced the HeadBlade company. Based on Todd Greene, a 1989 graduate of Bowdoin College, HeadBlade with headquarters in Gardena, California.

                                               

Honesty bar

Honesty bar automatic bar with drinks, usually in the lobby or the lobby of the hotel, where payment is left to the guest. Honesty bars differ significantly from in-room mini-bars, where any consumption is automatically charged to the guests acco ...

                                               

Horeca

HoReCa is the abbreviation for the food industry. The term is a syllabic abbreviation of the word Ho tel / re restaurant / Café. The term is mainly used in the Netherlands. In English this term is often called in the restaurant industry. The Dutc ...

                                               

Hungarian Industrial and Commercial Bank

The Hungarian industrial and commercial Bank was an important Hungarian Bank in the late 19th and early 20th century. He was a mediocre Bank prior to the appointment of istván Tisza is a well - known businessman and a politician as its President. ...

                                               

IAS 7

International accounting standard 7: statement of cash flows and IFRS 7 accounting standard that establishes standards of reporting cash flows used in international financial reporting standards. Report on cash flows for the periods, is an essent ...

                                               

Imperfect competition

In economic theory, imperfect competition is a type of market structure showing some but not all features of competitive markets. Forms of imperfect competition include: Monopoly: a firm with no competitors in its industry. Firm a monopolist prod ...

                                               

Ince Park

Because the Park will be the largest such facility in the UK, and is dedicated to waste management and environmental technology, taking waste and turning it into energy. It occupies 126 hectares 51 hectares with road and rail access on the South ...

                                               

Individual development plan

Individual development plan, or IDP, is a document made by an individual plan of self-development for the next period, usually one year. This plan is then reviewed and discussed the guidance for matching individual goals with company goals. They ...

                                               

Inevitable disclosure

Inevitable disclosure is a legal doctrine through which an employer can claim a trade secret to require a former employee from working in a job that may involve the use of trade secrets without need for proof or evidence. Inevitable disclosure do ...

                                               

Innosight

Innosight is a consulting firm advising enterprises on business strategy. Innosight was founded in 2000, Harvard Professor Business School Clayton M. Christensen and senior partner mark W. Johnson. Innosight uses methods based on the concept of d ...

                                               

Insolvency auditor

Auditor insolvency is a specialist insolvency, who cares about the interests of business owners and company Directors unlike bankruptcy Trustees, who must enforce the interests of creditors by law.

                                               

InteliSpend Prepaid Solutions

InteliSpend prepaid solutions is a private company formed as a joint venture between American Express and Maritz, Inc. in 1997. InteliSpend provides incentive programs for 76% of the companies on the Fortune 500 list. In 2010, Maritz bought "Amer ...

                                               

Interkommunalt selskap

Interkommunalt selskap or X is a city or County owned company in Norway. It is very close to the municipal enterprise or community enterprise, but the IKS requires multiple municipalities and / or counties to be owners. The form is governed by th ...

                                               

Intermarket sweep order

Orders Intermarket sweep like the stock market, which will be carried by several different market centers and scoop up as many shares as possible from all of them. The order protection rule in accordance with regulation NMS. For example, if the t ...

                                               

International Defence Exhibition

International defense exhibition and conference, and exhibition, a biennial arms and defence technology sales exhibition. The exhibition is the largest defence exhibition and conference in the middle East and takes place in Abu Dhabi, United Arab ...

                                               

International Manufacturing Technology Show

International exhibition of technologies for the production, for the first time held in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1927, is a trade show that features industrial machinery and technology. It is the largest manufacturing technology show in North America, ...

                                               

Intra-company transfer

In the framework of the intra-company transfer, a company transfers an item, or employee to work temporarily in another office, often in another country. If the translation requires its employees to move to another company, a special "intra-compa ...

                                               

Invented here

Came up with this opposite of "not invented here" and occurs when management feels uncomfortable with the innovation and development conducted in house. The reasons for this are varied, and range from a lack of confidence in the staff in the orga ...

                                               

Investor-owned utility

Investor-owned utilities and private companies acting as public utilities. Examples can range from a family that owns their property in the international energy conglomerates.

                                               

Inward investment

Domestic investment is the infusion of money from an external source in the region, in order to buy the goods for a branch of a Corporation to locate or expand their presence in the region. Foreign sources, such as transnational corporations or m ...

                                               

IPR-Helpdesk

The IPR-Helpdesk is a project funded by the European Commission and the source and guide to patent information. The project was launched in 1998 to become the Central reference point for intellectual property issues and advice throughout the Euro ...

                                               

Jeanette Janvrin, Lady Brandon of Oakbrook

Jeanette "Jeannie" Janvrin rosemary was recognized in Britain the perfect Secretary in 1953. Subsequently she married Henry Brandon and became Lady Brandon in Ockbrook when he became Lord in 1981.

                                               

Kommandittselskap

Kommandittselskap or KS-Norwegian type of company. The company owns two types of persons komplementar who owns unlimited liability and one or more komandittist that hold the limited liability company. Komplementar normally in society, so the resp ...

                                               

Kommunalt foretak

In kommunalt foretak or KF-Norwegian type of company. In particular, the term refers to an undertaking owned by the municipality. Equivalent owned by the County known as fylkeskommunalt foretak or FKF. Each of KF and FKF has its own Board of Dire ...

                                               

Last shot

In the law of treaties in accordance with the last shot rule, a party implicitly assented to and thereby accepted a counter-offer behavior, indicating the absence of objections. In addition, based on a questionable notion of implied consent, the ...

                                               

Legacy costs

Legacy costs is a term formed by analogy with outdated computer systems industry. Legacy costs are costs incurred by the organization in previous years under different leadership or when the entitys priorities and resources were different. While ...

                                               

Legal Entity Identifier

International code of legal entity identification is a globally unique identifier of legal entities involved in financial transactions. They can be individuals, companies or public institutions that participate in financial transactions. The ID i ...

                                               

Lehigh Valley Railroad Engine House, White Haven

The train depot of the Lehigh valley-a former railroad repair shop or "engine house" in the city of Towanda street 99, white haven, PA. It was built in 1889 as a more permanent structure for repair shop owned by the railway company Lehigh valley, ...

                                               

Brian Lennard

Brian Lennard has created shoes Sasha is a chain of 200 Shoe stores in the UK. He lost considerable of his fortune and was one of the first members of gamblers anonymous, which he helped establish in the UK.

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