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Responsible Leadership

By Olena Makeieva, Aksonova & Associates

In 2009 I visited a unique training IBR University Leadership Professor Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, PhD. in Psychology Larry Stout. Larry was able to represent us great, who is the real leader. We watched a movie about the great expedition explorer Ernest Shackleton in Antarctica. In 1914 Shackleton organized the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. Expedition ship, reaching the coast of Antarctica, sank as it was nipped. Hike ended catastrophe, but Shackleton managed to save the entire team and no one died. Intuitively, from the example of great men and their stories alive, comes the understanding of who the leader is, crystallize a clear understanding of the vital qualities of a leader.

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Must-have communications for a professional service company

By Eric R. Elmore. Drucker & Scaccetti, P.C.

Managing and growing a successful professional service company requires good communication. Of course, excellent service at a fair price that fulfils a need is the most important factor, but if you are not repeatedly communicating your message to your target audience, no one will ever know how good you really are, or even know that you exist! So it is important to have a plan in place for regularly communicating with your clients and prospects to keep your company’s name, brand and offerings continuallyon the minds of your primary audience.

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Titans of industry: marketing and publicising your company’s industry-focused teams

By Ian Turvill, Freeborn & Peters LLP

Professional service companies commonly organise themselves along practice lines. For example, accountants offer advisory, audit, and tax services. Alternatively, companies can position themselves within certain industries, including particular niches and segments. A consulting firm might perhaps focus on food, and then specialise further on agriculture, ingredients, manufacturing or food service.

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New generic top level domains to revolutionise the internet

By Jonathan Agmon, Soroker Agmon

By the end of this year, a share of the 1,900 generic top-level domains (gTLDs) for which registration applications were submitted will begin to take effect. The advent, release and opening of these new top level registrations is a real revolution. The internet as we know it is about to change dramatically. Only 20 gTLDs exist today – “.com”, for example. A year from now, there will be dozens, if not hundreds of new gTLDs.

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The Structural Reforms in Mexico

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By Prof. Dr. Sergio Guerrero Rosas, Guerrero y Santana, S.C.

Interview with the Federal Deputy representing the 10th electoral district of the State of Jalisco, Omar Borboa Becerra, on the structural reforms being implemented in Mexico. These reforms are surely of great importance to all foreign investors interested in taking advantage of business opportunities.

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Spain: Residency Visas for non EU members

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By Santiago Lapausa, JC&A Abogados

Spanish Government has approved the Law on Entrepreneurship and its Internationalization, which will allow investors from countries out of the EU to stay in Spain for one year or more. The Law is aimed to stimulate the entrepreneurial culture and initiative with tax and social security incentives, support for the financing, encouraging business growth and job creation and providing measures to support the internationalization of the Spanish economy.

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Is your Business Heading Off a Fiscal Cliff?

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By Anthony Soukenik, Sandbergphoenix & von Gontard P.C.

Now that we've had a chance to exhale after watching the media blur coverage of the government's fiscal cliff fiasco, if you're a small business owner, this is a good time to ask yourself if your own business is fiscal cliff-proof. Corporate governance and succession planning has no sense of urgency. The deadlines are ever so random, often determined by the sudden death or debilitating illness of the small business president, a natural disaster or the random departure of a trusted key employee or partner.

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Spring forecast for EU countries cautiously optimistic

The 2013 Spring Forecast from the European Commission on May 3, 2013 anticipates the end of the previous year's recession. As such, the economy in the EU is to stabilize in the first half of 2013, before slowly progressing into a period of increased growth in the second half of the year. While initially it is export that is driving GDP growth, the Commission expects a higher proportion of internal demand in 2014.

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Standard for inter-generational justice sought

According to a study by the Bertelsmann foundation, if the rate of child poverty in a country lies above the rate of poverty among the elderly, this is an indicator of inter-generational injustice. It also indicates a higher consumption of living resources at the expense of the next generation. Both indicators, along with the national debt per child, were investigated by the foundation in 29 OECD countries.

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