Rice and Corn Recipes

Rice is a plant originally from Southeast Asia, with branching stems ending in a panicle formed of flowers or “spikelets,” from which the grains are formed. While rice is a staple food in the Philippines, the government is pushing for the planting of alternative crops for rice since its production inputs becomes expensive. However, to [&hellip

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7 Things to Stop Doing in Your Job Interviews

Congratulations, the company of your choice has scheduled you for a job interview. You don’t have the job yet, though, and you’ll want to keep these 7 major mistakes in mind before you meet your interviewer. 1.) Skipping breakfast You might not think that it matters, but skipping breakfast before your interview can lead to [&hellip

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Ice Melting CRM Techniques That Every Business Entrepreneur Must Know

Customer relationship management (CRM) systems utilize technology to manage relationships between a business and its target market. The overall goal of these systems is to improve this relationship. When referring to CRM, we’re talking about a carefully planned system that helps with things like managing contacts, boosting the sales journey, and improving the productivity of [&hellip

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How to Compute and Price a Product

Pricing is one of the most important factors you must consider in whatever business you plan to put up. The idea is not to price your product or service too high or too low. If your price is too high, not too many people will be able to afford your product or service. If it’s [&hellip

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Make Your Own Do It Yourself LED Tealight Candle in 7 Simple Methods

Can’t take the smokey smell, clutter and danger that real candles cause? You might be interested in making LED tealight candles at home. Read on to know how. If you are like me, you would certainly despise the smokey scent of lighted wax candle lights whenever they obtain burned. You’ll be concerned concerning the threat [&hellip

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Intercropping Coconuts with Ginger

Ginger can be grown in sandy loam, clay loam, and lateritic soils, provided that the soil is at least 30 cm. deep and there is enough rainfall and good drainage in the area. Guide on Intercropping Coconuts with Ginger Preparing the seedpieces: 1. Select fresh and healthy seedpieces weighing at least 20 grams each and [&hellip

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Online Selling Made Easy with These Steps

Selling items is almost as old as the birth of civilization. Over the years, people have found many different ways on how to sell their products to the market. In today’s age, selling has now been made easier through the internet. Selling your products and items online helps you reach a wider audience, and helps [&hellip

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Social Networks as a Web Marketing Tool

The 21st century saw a boom of social networking sites – MySpace, Facebook, Friendster, LinkedIn, Youtube and Twitter among a host of others. People around the world have seen their value not only for creating, rekindling and/or strengthening connections but as fast channels for communication and information. And where there is a sizeable audience or [&hellip

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PH Real Estate Leaders to Investors: Diversify with REIT

Real Estate Investment Trusts in the Philippines is on the rise, as more companies look to raise capital to fund and promote real estate investments among the public. With the strong support of stakeholders and the government, Filipinos can look forward to REITs as innovative options to diversify their investment portfolios. Lamudi concluded the third [&hellip

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Wholesale Lending Window for Graduating Micros and BMBEs (Small Business Corporation)

SMALL BUSINESS CORPORATION (Small Business Guarantee and Finance Corporation) 17th & 18th Floors, 139 Corporate Centre, Valero Street Salcedo Village, Makati City Program Title: WHOLESALE LENDING WINDOW FOR GRADUATING MICROS AND BMBEs (For All SBC Accredited Financial Institutions) Sub-Borrower Definition: * With asset size of not more than P3.0 Million; and * Total loans inclusive [&hellip

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How to Make Kesong Puti (Filipino White Cheese) using Vinegar

Kesong puti is a soft, white cheese similar to cottage cheese that is made from unskimmed carabao’s milk, salt and Rennet or white vinegar. It has a soft, close texture and slight salty taste. Here’s the recipe on how to make kesong puti or the Filipino white cheese using vinegar. Kesong puti has a shelf [&hellip

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Asia is ahead of Europe by the popularity of P2P lending

The analysis of search queries related to P2P lending, which was conducted by the international fintech holding Robocash Group, has shown that relative popularity of P2P lending in many Asian countries is much higher than in some European countries. The global dynamics of main search queries associated with P2P lending has grown steadily in recent [&hellip

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